If You Live In Edinburgh…

Comedian Jamie Kilstein is currently debuting his new one-man show in Edinburgh at The GRV!

The show is called There is no God and that’s okay.

I can’t wait to see it! (Jamie will be recording a CD of the show in Chicago this September.)

For the overseas readers, all the ticket information is here. The show goes on until August 24th.

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  • http://chatiryworld.typepad.com Katherine

    Wow, I might actually go to this. The Festivals feel very overwhelming and I often wish I had the patience to sift through all the programmes and read reviews and go to something decent. Thanks for the tip! Seems like there are plenty of tickets still available according to the Fringe website.

  • Darryl

    Hemant, thank you for the Friendly Atheist.

  • http://www.fabulouslyinthecity.com Fabulously in the City

    I fricking LOVE Edinburgh! I spent two months there last year, and it’s sad I can’t make it to this…sigh…

  • http://www.weirdcrapmymombought.com David J

    Wow. I actually went to high school with Jamie Kilstein. He’s a very funny guy, especially when he goes on about the religious right in America. Definitely go check him out if you’re in the area.

  • stogoe

    I wish I could go back to Edinburgh for this. Or for any other reason, really. It was a ton of fun. Great city, amazing country. I actually found what might be the world’s best mead when I was there. Amazingly, when I was there for the Fringe Festival, a guy I went to high school with was there performing, and he gave me free tickets to his show. So that was cool.