The Man Who Loved Beer

Mon 4th – Fri 22nd Aug 2014


“Part spoken word performance, part drunken monologue”





Kevin P. Gilday


Award winning spoken word artist Kevin P. Gilday returns to the fringe with another hour of performance poetry and bad chat.

Part spoken word performance, part drunken monologue - 'The Man Who Loved Beer' dissects a life experienced through the haze of casual alcoholism with all the riotous nights out, sexual misadventures and profuse vomiting that entails. Oh and the fear, don't forget the fear.

Kevin P. Gilday is the performer behind last year's critically acclaimed 'Notes From A Quarter-Life Crisis' which was performed at the Edinburgh Fringe before being recorded for a radio special and toured nationally. Kevin is the winner of the StAnza Digital Slam, the Creative Stirling Slam and a two time Scottish National Slam finalist. He is the presenter of Rhyming Optional, the curator of Interior/Exterior and has performed all over the country including the Wickerman and Glastonbury festivals.

All shows start at 3:15pm at the Lizard Lounge @ Electric Circus, just beside Waverley station.

Performances scheduled for:

4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st and 22nd August.

Part of the PBH Free Fringe.

Admission: Free

Electric Circus Lizard Lounge

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