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Edinburgh Fringe Review #11: Katherine Ryan – ‘Kathbum’.

Hello again! It’s nearly the end of the August, which means it’s pretty much the end of Summer! In my house, we’re all gearing up to go back to school, work (my Mum works in a school so she gets the same vacation times too) and university! 1,420 more words

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Canadian Katherine Ryan’s uniquely biting wit has made her one of stand-up's fastest-rising stars in U.K.

“I wouldn’t have wanted to be a woman 30 years ago,” says the Canadian stand-up Katherine Ryan. “And certainly not 60 years ago.” So when would she have wanted to be a woman? 1,580 more words

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Katherine Ryan

An early sell out of The Stand meant she added an extra show at The Pleasance, and it speaks to the reputations of the venues that the ticket prices rose from £12 to £14. 129 more words

Comedy

Katherine Ryan interview: 'I'd only go back to Canada if I was terminally ill' - Telegraph

Originally posted in The Telegraph.

‘I wouldn’t have wanted to be a woman 30 years ago,” says the Canadian stand-up Katherine Ryan. “And certainly not 60 years ago.” So when would she have wanted to be a woman? 144 more words

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Katherine Ryan, Civic Theatre - 04/06/2015

So the exams are finally over, and I can return to my usual schedule of theatrical adventures! I did my last exam yesterday – I think it could certainly have gone better, but it could equally have gone much, much worse.  439 more words

Theatre Review

All day Edinburgh previews in Angel - July 11

Laugh Out London presents a day of Edinburgh Festival previews from Mike Wozniak, Bridget Christie, Simon Munnery and Katherine Ryan as part of the Laugh Out London Comedy Festival at the Old Queen’s Head in Angel. 309 more words

Edinburgh Fringe

SOLD OUT Katherine Ryan and James Acaster Edinburgh previews - July 13

As part of the Laugh Out London Comedy Festival at The Old Queens Head in Angel we are proud to present two Edinburgh previews from two of the best comics in the country, Katherine Ryan and James Acaster. 205 more words

Edinburgh Fringe