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When you think about it, this is a first. Tim Key, Alex Horne and Mark Watson play a special version of the YouTube sensation game that has had more than half a million views and sent quite a few people completely mad. Watch, cringe, hold your breath, look out for Penelope Pitstop. Limited tickets. If you're a fan of the game, well, you certainly won't mind this.
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A former member of the Cambridge Footlights, he first came to the Fringe with the 2001 Edinburgh show Far Too Happy, which also starred Mark Watson and was nominated for the Perrier award for best newcomer. He also featured in Alex Horne's best-newcomer nominated Making Fish Laugh in 2003, and is part of the four-man sketch troupe Cowards. His solo Edinburgh debut came in 2004, with the tragic one-man comedy play Luke & Stella, which was made into a Radio 4 series called All Bar Luke. 'This is one art house form-buster who can really give you a good time' (Times) 'In any other sphere apart from comedy, we'd probably class this way of looking at the world as certifiable. Here it feels like genius' (The Daily Telegraph) 'As daring and innovative as it is ridiculously funny... He's a genius, plain and simple' (Time Out).
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A hugely talented, diverse young comedian whose shows are cerebral, witty and meticulously researched, full of quirky ideas and cracking puns. His solo show, Making Fish Laugh, at the 2003 Edinburgh Festival earned him a Perrier Award nomination and has brought him a much deserved higher profile on the comedy circuit. 'Horne has superb timing and fascinating delivery... Pure comedy gold’ (Metro) A beguiling blend of the smart and the stupid... a real delight' (Sunday Times) 'Certainly the most charming and probably the funniest half-hour of the radio week' (The Guardian).
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A former Cambridge Footlighter, Mark Watson first made an impact on the comedy circuit in 2002 when he won the Daily Telegraph Open Mic competition and was a runner-up in So You Think You're Funny? He has become known for his Edinburgh shows (2005's 50 Years Before Death And The Awful Prospect Of Enternity was nominated for the Perrier) and his gruelling shows that last more than 24 hours. Perrier's successor, the if.comeddies, awarded the panel award for best capturing the spirit of the fringe, in 2007. Watson won the Chortle award winner for innovation in 2005, when he was also nominated for best breakthrough act, and was nominated for best compere in 2007. He is also a novelist, with his debut Bullet Points, published in 2003; has written for TV and in 2007 landed his first radio series, Mark Watson Makes The World Substantially Better.
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