#EdFringe17: Kiri Pritchard-Mclean is an Appropriate Adult

Enjoy 10 minutes of chat with Kiri. She is one of a growing group of Millennials who have decided that they don’t want to have children biologically but will adopt instead. Her Edinburgh show, ‘Appropriate Adult’ is described as an immoral comedian’s morality tale about other people’s lack of morals...

PODCAST: Kiri Pritchard-Mclean

‘Kiri Pritchard-Mclean: Appropriate Adult’ is appearing as part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe: https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/kiri-pritchard-mclean-appropriate-adult

‘Gein's Family Giftshop: Volume 3’: https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/gein-s-family-giftshop-volume-3

Twitter: @kiripritchardmc

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kipritchardmcleancomedian/

Website: http://www.kiripritchardmclean.co.uk/

© 2017 On the Mic. Produced in association with Broadway Baby, Fringepig and Voice Republic.

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