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The most trusted name in comedy makes his triumphant return to the Edinburgh Fringe following a three-year hiatus of soul-searching, soul-destroying, and soul-transference. Too impious for the left wing and too irreverent for the right wing, Will Franken flies above all the nonsense to bring you another satirical helping of common sense. Exalted by the likes of Stewart Lee and the late Robin Williams, the surrealist comedian who 'makes almost everyone else in his field look like lazy chancers' (Chortle.co.uk), reclaims the stage with an inventive showcase of multiple personality mayhem. This is not to be missed.

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