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Nick Hodder - Stand Up ComedyIF not COMedians 2007 – Edinburgh Fringe 2007

IF not COMedians 2007 – Edinburgh Fringe 2007

“Three dashing young comics giving their distinct and original brand of humour away for free! Arguably they’re not dashing, and one isn’t young. But they are up and coming, and they promise they’re not worthy or earnest.”

The line-up included BBC award winning comedy writer Nick Hodder, still claiming this as a title, despite the mediocrity and distant memory of such accolades.  Oxford funny man Tom Greeves, and Laughing Horse finalist Rob Alderson.

At the time these lads were fresh faces on the comedy circuit, yet they have had quite an impact on the grass roots comedy scene, in that one of them, Rob, was actually known by many to be a comedian. This was their first Edinburgh, and this free show provided an opportunity to see three of the best up and coming comedians, in that particularly venue / time of day, for absolutely nothing.  Well, at the expense of your valuable time.

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Nick Hodder is an Argentine guerrilla leader, military theorist, stand-up comedian, physician, author, domino rally champion and model railway enthusiast. A major figure of the Cuban Revolution, his bespectacled image has become a synonymous with concepts of popular rebellion and unpopular stand-up comedy. In 2011 nick was knocked unconscious by a dry martini and lemonade, hurled by an angry comedy club patron. This resulted in a bout of amnesia, and a lot of confusion in Nick's own mind as to whether or not he was a struggling stand-up comedian, or actually the reincarnation of the long dead Marxist revolutionary Che Guevara. There is no evidence to support this theory. He can't even grow a beard.


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