Bring Back the 80s
  • Edinburgh Fringe

Join award-winning comedian James Alderson as he takes a hilarious double A-sided trip down memory lane to see if it really is better now than in the 80s, before he gets much older and forgets what actually happened! Whether you get there on roller skates, your Sinclair C5 or in your Cortina, backcomb that hair, pull on your leg warmers and prepare yourself for a show jam-packed with laughs and nostalgia! 'Lights up the room like a pyromaniac in a fireworks shop!' (Russell Kane).

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