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Adrian Bliss: How to Not Go Extinct

Live Nation

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The Cellar - Pleasance Courtyard

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In light of current Government restrictions and with the priority of public health in mind, we have made the difficult decision to suspend our operation at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and cease sales for Adrian Bliss: How Not to Go Instinct. This poses a significant challenge not only to Pleasance but also Live Nation, who produce Adrian Bliss.

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Overview

Seeing how well it did for Greta Thunberg, a budding social media star jumps on the climate change bandwagon and invites you to the launch of his new book, ‘How To Not Go Extinct’ - a thinly veiled plot to get famous fast. A comedy play starring Adrian Bliss as his eponymous character from his cult online-series ‘Vlogvember’ and ‘Vlune’, ‘How To Not Go Extinct’ is both the worst seminar you’ve ever attended and an endearing story of a naive young man who just wants to be liked... as many times as possible.

Written and performed by Adrian Bliss.

2 for 1 through Pleasance available Mon 10th & Tues 11th - applied automatically on full price tickets.

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