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Best of The Edinburgh Fest at Palace Nova Cinema - Review

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by Stacey Canavan (subscribe)
I'm a 28 year old female Senior Reporter for Weekend Notes. I Graduated from A Bachelor of Journalism at The University of South Australia in 2013 & completed my Diploma in Photography
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Mary Tobin together with The Adelaide Fringe presents 'Best of the Edinburgh Fest' this year showcasing three international comedy acts for the price of one, including Carl Donnelly and Chris Martin from the UK and John Hastings from Canada for a night of hilarious stand-up comedy. Running at 7:45pm from March 5th until March 15th at ComedySuperNova - Venus Room at Palace Nova Cinema

Chris Martin known for his performance in 'The Good, The Bad and The Cuddly Edinburgh Festival' in 2006 took to the stage first producing funny antidotes on his love life including trying to scare his girlfriend by hiding behind their bedroom door at Halloween and his single life one-night-stand with a mouthguard.

Carl Donnelly began his comedy career in 2004. Since then he has appeared on the London comedy circuit and various radio programs. He took to the stage after Martin which was a hard act to follow. First thing the crowd noticed he doesn't look like the picture of him on the poster. He proceeded to tell the crowd he's not wearing his glasses as he recently had laser eye surgery. This did not effect his show at all, he was had the crowd laughing hysterically.

John Hastings known as the 'Winner of the 2012 COCA Comedian of the Year' award took to the stage last and they saved the best for last. He proceeded to tell the audience he was born three months premature and how this affected his life. His experiences at a hot woman's party where a kind guest gave him a cup of tea, after he'd finished it the guest told him it was magic mushroom tea. He had an interesting night after that.

This is a great show if your looking for a good laugh and this way you get three acts for the price of one. Each act is different and funny in its own way, but if there's one tip I can give guests - don't turn up late. Guests who were late became part of the show with references to buying a watch to make sure your on time next time.

Don't miss your chance to see three acts for the price of one in this hilarious comedy extravaganza running until March 15th at Palace Nova Cinema.

Dates
Saturday 7th March at 7:45pm in Palace Nova - Venus Room
Sunday 8th March at 7:45pm in Palace Nova - Venus Room
Monday 9th March at 7:45pm in Palace Nova - Venus Room
Tuesday 10th March at 7:45pm in Palace Nova - Venus Room
Wednesday 11th March at 7:45pm in Palace Nova - Venus Room
Thursday 12th March at 7:45pm in Palace Nova - Venus Room
Friday 13th March at 7:45pm in Palace Nova - Venus Room
Saturday 14th March at 7:45pm in Palace Nova - Venus Room
Sunday 15th March at 7:45pm in Palace Nova - Venus Room

Buy Tickets
Tuesday Cheap Tuesday: $22.00 Companion Card

Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday: Adult $25.00, BankSA Customer $23.00, Concession $23.00, Group 6 $23.00, TREv $23.00 Companion Card

Friday & Saturday: Adult $30.00, BankSA Customer $28.00, Concession $28.00, Group 6 $28.00, TREv $28.00 Companion Card
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Why? Live Stand-up Comedy
When: March 7th - 15th at 7:45pm
Where: Palace Nova Cinema
Cost: $22 - $30
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