#EdFringe17: Mindy Raf is Keeping Her Kidneys

With an open mind, heart, and vagina, US based Comedian Mindy Raf makes her Edinburgh Fringe debut in her new show ‘Keeping My Kidneys’. Enjoy 15 minutes of performance and chat with the writer, actor and comedian from New York City.

PODCAST: Mindy Raf

‘Mindy Raf: Keeping My Kidneys’ is appearing as part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe: https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/mindy-raf-keeping-my-kidneys

Twitter: @mindyraf

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

Website: https://keepingmykidneys.com/

Performance provided by the artist for promotional purposes. May contain material that some find offensive. © 2017 On the Mic. Produced in association with Broadway Baby, Fringepig and Voice Republic.

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