Edward Aczel; Ever Tried. Ever Failed. No Matter. Try Again. Fail Again. Fail Better.

“Britain’s greatest entertainer” (Time Out) outlines a few brittle thoughts on ambition, failure and why he would’ve preferred to be an ambassador. Or in theory a rock star. Featuring: SWOT analysis, silence and repetition. Ever Tried. Ever Failed. No Matter. Try Again. Fail Again. Fail Better. completed a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Festival (Aug 2011) ahead of four sold out nights at London’s Soho Theatre (Jan 2011).

REVIEWS FOR THIS SHOW:

“Aczel turns unprofessionalism into an artform. A real Fringe attraction” – The Times
“Aczel references Samuel Beckett in his latest hour of bumbling fun” ★★★★ – The Herald
“Edward Aczel is Britain’s greatest living anti-comedian” – The Guardian
“An original and clever piece of comedy deconstruction” ★★★★ – Daily Express
“Incredibly funny without even trying” ★★★★ – The List
“A wonderful hybrid of delight and despondency” ★★★★ – Three Weeks
“His character alone more than carries the show” ★★★★ – Fest Magazine
“This most unexpected of stand-up stars is a real breath of fresh air” ★★★★ – National Student

WHAT THE PRESS HAVE PREVIOUSLY SAID:

“One of the Top Fifty Must-See Shows of the year” ★★★★ – The Times, 2009
“Britain’s greatest entertainer, probably the best hope for the future of comedy” ★★★★★ – Time Out
“This could be one of the funniest men on the Fringe” ★★★★ – The Herald, 2009
“One of the most entertaining oddities in recent years” ★★★★ – The Metro
“One of the most original acts in years. A hilarious joy” – The Guardian