REVIEW – At Home With Holly


At Home with Holly is one of the more unusual shows I have seen in the Fringe over the years.   Holly Burn, who is an exceptional comedy actress invites you into her home  for the festival.  You can buy tickets in advance from the Fringe office,  the Five Pound Fringe / GRV box office, or you can pay on the door as many people did today – a bargain at £5.  Starts at 15.07 hours.

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Her home is 22A  Albany Street, a short walk from Queen street and well signposted.  You are warmly welcomed by her flat mate Sam who is in charge of tickets and shown into the house and the show begins.

I don’t want to give any spoilers away so just go with the flow and allow her to show you around her home with all that’s involved 😉    It’s quirky, it’s crazy, it’s interactive (without embarassment) and had everyone laughing.  The end of the show has the most unique, random ending I have ever seen that left audience members chuckling as they walked away.    Bonkers but brilliant !

You would be silly to miss this completely unique show and I have no doubt that Holly Burn will be a very well known name in the future due to her talent.  At £5 full price, this is an absolute steal and a great way to spend an hour in the afternoon.  Buy your tickets NOW.

5 stars from me, highly recommended




Holly first came to my attention as part of Mark Watson’s cast in The Hotel and had me in stitches in her well excuted role.

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