I had a great time at the Fringe with lots of lovely audiences. Reviews (and reviewers!) seemed to be thin on the ground this year, but the public posted some lovely feedback online and on twitter. Here’s a selection…
— Andrew Craigie (@ACraigie95) August 16, 2014
Thug Liffe – Finally someone with same enthusiasm for maths and rap. We had as much fun as dividing by zero @TomGoodliffe 🙌
— Suzanne Brown (@SuzZoe) August 17, 2014
— Zookeeper Flash (@ashlamb84) August 20, 2014
Just saw @TomGoodliffe do an excellent show melding accountancy and gangsta rap in a fantastically accessible way. Thoroughly recommend!
— A/G (@godigumdrop) August 16, 2014
— Make Theatre Co (@MaddTheatreCo) August 9, 2014
@TomGoodliffe For anyone in Edinburgh the next week or so, I highly recommend checking out this hilarious show!
— Funkmeister Schmidt! (@JurgenSchmidt) August 21, 2014
— Briony Redman (@brionyred) August 22, 2014
— William Howie (@williamAdCopy) August 18, 2014
— Greg Taylor (@gregjamestaylor) August 17, 2014
— Laura Carter (@lfdcarter) August 16, 2014
— Suzanne (@computing4girls) August 10, 2014
Tom Goodliffe: Thug Liffe – show details
More good news! It’s free!
Tom’s an award-winning comedian, thirty-something accountant and big, friendly nerd. So why does this country boy like urban music? Why do any of us like what we like? And what good is a head full of rap lyrics from the 90s when you’re stuck in your 30s? A stand-up comedy show about reluctant adulthood, misplaced nostalgia and hip-hop. ‘Charming, intelligent wit’ **** (ThreeWeeks). ‘Clever gags and bumbling charm’ (Scotsman). ‘Hilarious’ (Skinny). ‘Wickedly insightful and instantly likeable… one to watch’ (Fest). ‘Cute, lovely, friendly, charming, adorable and sweet… also funny’ (Hairline.org.uk). ‘Unlikely white boy’ (Chortle.co.uk).