Funny in Real Life
  • Edinburgh Fringe

A stand-up comedian sees his world fall apart when his wife decides he can no longer mention her onstage. Should anything be off limits in the realm of confessional comedy? Is it OK to overshare with an audience of complete strangers? How would you feel if your life was turned into a joke? After last years hugely successful run of their debut play, The Ladder, real life married couple Rob Rouse (Bottom in BBC's Upstart Crow) and Helen Rutter (Holby City, Coronation Street) return to Edinburgh with their brand new show. Hilarious... unforgettable (BritishTheatreGuide.info).

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