Dan Wye & Jo Griffin (Work In Progress)

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Dan Wye & Jo Griffin (Work In Progress)

until 20:30 | Live @ The Glory

Okkk you are getting two outrageously hilarious, gorgeous, godlike babes for the price of one!

They are willing to bare their souls and holes comedically to change everyone’s life in the room.

2 Work In Progress shows by 2 unreasonably funny people gearing up for Edinburgh Fringe 2022.

Make sure you get tickets… 2 shows for just £8!!


Through the camp ecstasy of comedy cabaret we are exploring queer identity… have I done all this soul searching to realise that I am in fact Sam Smith?

The pinnacle of the human experience is me luxuriously stretched across a piano in a glamorous outfit singing songs about rimming, and telling tales about (to quote my therapist) my many, many, unrelenting, unflinching, uncut flaws- such Las Vegas lounge vibes.

Dan Wye is a rising Queer star on the comedy scene, well known for their comedy mystic drag character Séayoncé.

“Queer, overboard and full of vice” ★★★★★ LondonBoxOffice.

“A sharp edge of wit…I found myself hoping for it to last longer.” ★★★★★ LGBTQ Arts ReviewWinner: Vault Festival After Dark Award

Nominee: The QX Cabaret Award for Best Comedy act 2019

Recommended by Condé Nast as one to see at 2019 Edinburgh Festival Fringe



Everyone ok? Everyone happy with their life choices? Everyone with high self esteem and without regrets? Great! Well get cosy with good girl Jo and together we’ll crack the meaning of life.

Jo is one half of critically acclaimed sketch duo Lola & Jo

“Bloody brilliant” CHORTLE ★★★★ THE LIST ★★★★

FEST ★★★★

“Female comedy duos you need to see” INDEPENDENT

She’s appeared in Christopher Bliss: I Spy With My Little Eye Something Beginning With Why Have You Been Sleeping With My Wife (Soho Theatre) and Mister Winner with Spencer Jones (BBC 2).


Link(s): https://www.outsavvy.com/event/9035/dan-wye-jo-griffin-work-in-progress
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