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EDINBURGH 2018:BWW Review: ASHLEY STORRIE: ADULTING, Counting House

EDINBURGH 2018:BWW Review: ASHLEY STORRIE: ADULTING, Counting House

EDINBURGH 2018:BWW Review: ASHLEY STORRIE: ADULTING, Counting House

A well-known face on the Glasgow comedy scene, Ashley Storrie greets the audience on entering The Counting House. She's a skilled compere and has excellent banter with the crowd before the show- she's not a fan of making a big entrance.

The show is called Adulting and it is about how Ashley Storrie turned 32 this year but still doesn't feel like an adult. For starters, she doesn't look like an adult. Dressing like a giant toddler (her words, not mine) doesn't exactly lead to her being taken seriously as a grown up.

Relaying anecdotes about being constantly asked for ID by the same woman in Sainsbury's and stories about her Dad's autism. The show has been well written and doesn't drop the pace even for a second.

If some of the content makes the male members of the audience a little uncomfortable- good. Ashley takes us through a smear test in excruciating detail and provides an unusual and excellent solution to make it a more comfortable experience.

Adulting is a perfect hour of comedy. There's some solid life advice in there but it is relentlessly funny and will have you laughing until your face hurts.

https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/ashley-storrie-adulting



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