Ania Magliano: Forgive Me, Father

Ania Magliano: Forgive Me, Father

In Comedy Published 04/04/2024

#newcastle #edinburgh #glasgow

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You know when you're trying to wee on a night out, and you're interrupted by a random girlwho insists on telling you all her secrets even though you've never met? Imagine that, but she has a microphone.

After two critically acclaimed sell-out runs at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and a sold-out Soho Theatre run, Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Show 2023 nominee Ania Magliano is backon tour.

‘Consistently amusing and deceptively daring' (**** Times' Top 4 Best Comedy Shows 2023).

***** (Telegraph),

**** (Guardian, Evening Standard, Time Out).

Writer for Amelia Dimoldenberg.

Ania’s choices on Off Menu are widely regarded as the worst of all time.

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