Pigeons and Things
  • Edinburgh Fringe

25-30 minutes of funny things, said in a Hungarian accent, (because that's the accent I have and I'm not good at changing it). Claiming the much coveted title of first ever Hungarian to perform stand-up comedy at the Fringe, the show touches on pertinent issues, such as immigration, homosexuality and pigeons. Working with the immunity of the stage Ambrose mixes the silly and the serious, sometimes creating tension through the freedom of the art form, and sometimes with his sheer sexual charisma. But mainly the former.