Welcome to Edinburgh Fringe previews, where we put the world’s largest arts festival on your doorstep for one evening. Two amazing stand-up comedians perform the early drafts of their hour-long Fringe shows; where there will be amazing anecdotes, raw comedy nuggets and touching narratives. So come and see the highly hilarious Jenny Collier (★★★★★ An Excellent comedic work’ – Edfest Mag) and Matt Hoss (★★★★‘Really Funny – Broadway Baby) at The Gulbenkian.

MATT HOSS: Here Comes Your Man

Matt Hoss is a hopeless romantic, (with “hopeless” being the operative word). This emotionally honest and hilarious debut show discusses romance, awkward sex and heart-warming tales of failing in love. Matt retells his raw stories of bad dates, cringeworthy displays of affection and his intense, personable and authentic relationship with finding “The One”. Romance is a minefield; Love is worry. Come and see Matt’s upbeat, silly and highly funny show about finding happiness and self-love.
Eric Barker Award Winner 2015
“Warm and endearingly funny” –NARC magazine
“Really funny” **** -Broadway Baby
“Fan Favourite” -The Ocelot
“Lovely” –The Guardian

Writer for BBC Radio 4’s The News Quiz, Huffington Post and Glamour Magazine
★★★★★ An Excellent comedic work’ – Edfest Mag and ‘★★★★ A brilliant show and well worth a watch’ – Arts Award Voice Dryly innocent” ★★★★★ – Eastlondonlines.com
‘Joyously liberating’ The List
As seen on:
London Live,
S4C TV ‘Gwerthu Allan’ (Headlining a Welsh language stand up show)
BBC 2 ‘Rhod Gilbert’s Stand Up To Shyness’

As heard on:
BBC Radio 1 Newsbeat
BBC Radio 4 Extra ‘The Comedy Club’
BBC Radio Wales ‘The Leak’
BBC Radio 4 Extra ‘New Comedian of the Year Award’
BBC Radio Wales ‘The Rhod Gilbert Show’
BBC Radio Wales ‘What’s the Story?’

Edinburgh Fringe Previews: Matt Hoss & Jenny Collier

30 May 2019

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