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Edinburgh Fringe play "Lance" gets rave reviews

Character comedian Kieran Hodgson tells his story of adolescence with the rise and fall of disgraced Tour rider Lance Armstrong

If you're in Edinburgh between now and 30 August we recommend you look in on a show.

"Lance" is a part biographical account of character comedian Kieran Hodgson's adolescent obsession with the disgraced Tour de France cheat and his own education moving from West Yorkshire down South.

The hour long show sees Hodgson perform a raft of characters both within pro racing, and from his own coming of age, and has been given a ton of rave reviews.

He performs at the Voodoo Rooms, Edinburgh, until 30 August. Box office: 0131-226 0000. Tickets are free but Hodgson recommends turning up early, as it's proving popular.

For those of us who'll miss out on the Edinburgh show Hodgson also hinted on Twitter he'd try to put it on in London this Autumn. Watch this space.

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AJ101 | 8 years ago

Good luck with the show, really hope you can down a few down in London.

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