Ali Brice

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Ali Brice recently took his new show, LEMONADE STAND, to the Edinburgh Festival. 

Ali is a brilliant writer-performer, who spent much of 2016 and early 2017 touring the UK, USA and Australia with GRAEME OF THRONES. He took his show NEVER-ENDING PENCIL to the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, which received brilliant reviews. 

★★★★ - The Skinny

"A hidden gem of an hour"

"A simultaneously touching yet surreal hour, Brice balances it all with ease; this is an intimidating, inventive and even intimate comedic experience."

 

His 2016 Edinburgh show, HOME IS WHERE ERIC MEAT IS, received some great reviews.

'Eric Meat is a side-splittingly comical entity.' ✭✭✭✭✭  The Upcoming

'If a combination of The Mighty Boosh and Reeves & Mortimer, with a bit of Pheonix Nightsthrown in sounds like it might be up your street then this is definitely the show for you.' ✭✭✭✭ Broadway Baby

Ali Brice appeared at the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Festival with his show ERIC MEAT HAS NO PROOF, ONLY MEMORIES OF PASTA. Praise for ERIC MEAT HAS NO PROOF, ONLY MEMORIES OF PASTA:

'Another smorgasboard of fun and oddness from Brice, for whom bigger and brighter things surely beckon.' ✭✭✭✭ Shortcom

'Brice is bold and relentless, unafraid to cross the lines of personal space and create an uncomfortable yet hilarious experience.' ✭✭✭✭ Fringe Guru

He was picked as one of Time Out's One to Watch Character Comedians and took his long-overdue, hotly anticipated and ridiculously silly debut show, ALI BRICE PRESENTS ERIC MEAT WANTS TO GO SHOPPING, to Edinburgh 2014 where he had some great reviews:

"Ali Brice’s solo Edinburgh debut is one of those joyously bonkers festival treats that any comedy-lover should be delighted to stumble upon."" Steve Bennett, Chortle ✭✭✭✭

"Brice was completely bizarre: deadpan, yet totally off-the-wall; his act was a real highlight" ThreeWeeks

Who is Eric Meat? With help from Neil Art Attack Buchanan's dad, a mannequin, the Phil Collins album No Jacket Required and other things, friends and sandwiches, he might just go shopping.

Ali is also the star of Weirdos' cult hit The Colonel alongside Edinburgh Comedy Award double winner John Kearns and Pat Cahill.

Ali is currently performing in Graeme of Thrones, which has toured Australia and the UK.

"A must for any Game Of Thrones fan." Time Out

"Stupidly enjoyable... their comic timing is superb." The Stage

"An especially over-the-top celebration of bad taste." Chortle

"This warped incarnation of Westeros gets to the glittering West End." **** London Evening Standard

"Funny with spot-on gags and lo-fi props that wring so much silliness from George R. R. Martin's fantasy adventure... you'll see the main characters deftly, daftly reimagined. There's nudity (sort of), dragons (sort of), versions of Joffrey, Ned, Daenerys and Tyrion that get to the nub of their flaws. These are writers and performers who live on the more inventive edge of the comedy scene... they deserve to be cherished." **** The Times

"Expect tears of laughter." **** Gay Times

Ali Brice

Film

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TIME IS FOREVER SHORT (short film)

Television

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LAWS OF FUNNY

Zodiak Media Group

Stage

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GRAEME OF THRONES

Various

Sam Bailey

Globotech

ALI BRICE PRESENTS ERIC MEAT WANTS TO GO SHOPPING

Various

Adam Larter

Heroes @ The Hive

HOME IS WHERE ERIC MEAT IS

Eric Meat

Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2016

Film, TV & Theatre

Ali Brice recently took his new show, LEMONADE STAND, to the Edinburgh Festival. 

Ali is a brilliant writer-performer, who spent much of 2016 and early 2017 touring the UK, USA and Australia with GRAEME OF THRONES. He took his show NEVER-ENDING PENCIL to the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, which received brilliant reviews.

★★★★ - The Skinny

"A hidden gem of an hour"

"A simultaneously touching yet surreal hour, Brice balances it all with ease; this is an intimidating, inventive and even intimate comedic experience."

 

His 2016 Edinburgh show, HOME IS WHERE ERIC MEAT IS, received some great reviews.

'Eric Meat is a side-splittingly comical entity.' ✭✭✭✭✭  The Upcoming

'If a combination of The Mighty Boosh and Reeves & Mortimer, with a bit of Pheonix Nightsthrown in sounds like it might be up your street then this is definitely the show for you.' ✭✭✭✭ Broadway Baby

Ali Brice appeared at the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Festival with his show ERIC MEAT HAS NO PROOF, ONLY MEMORIES OF PASTA. Praise for ERIC MEAT HAS NO PROOF, ONLY MEMORIES OF PASTA:

'Another smorgasboard of fun and oddness from Brice, for whom bigger and brighter things surely beckon.' ✭✭✭✭ Shortcom

'Brice is bold and relentless, unafraid to cross the lines of personal space and create an uncomfortable yet hilarious experience.' ✭✭✭✭ Fringe Guru

He was picked as one of Time Out's One to Watch Character Comedians and took his long-overdue, hotly anticipated and ridiculously silly debut show, ALI BRICE PRESENTS ERIC MEAT WANTS TO GO SHOPPING, to Edinburgh 2014 where he had some great reviews:

"Ali Brice’s solo Edinburgh debut is one of those joyously bonkers festival treats that any comedy-lover should be delighted to stumble upon."" Steve Bennett, Chortle ✭✭✭✭

"Brice was completely bizarre: deadpan, yet totally off-the-wall; his act was a real highlight" ThreeWeeks

Who is Eric Meat? With help from Neil Art Attack Buchanan's dad, a mannequin, the Phil Collins album No Jacket Required and other things, friends and sandwiches, he might just go shopping.

Ali is also the star of Weirdos' cult hit The Colonel alongside Edinburgh Comedy Award double winner John Kearns and Pat Cahill.

Ali is currently performing in Graeme of Thrones, which has toured Australia and the UK.

"A must for any Game Of Thrones fan." Time Out

"Stupidly enjoyable... their comic timing is superb." The Stage

"An especially over-the-top celebration of bad taste." Chortle

"This warped incarnation of Westeros gets to the glittering West End." **** London Evening Standard

"Funny with spot-on gags and lo-fi props that wring so much silliness from George R. R. Martin's fantasy adventure... you'll see the main characters deftly, daftly reimagined. There's nudity (sort of), dragons (sort of), versions of Joffrey, Ned, Daenerys and Tyrion that get to the nub of their flaws. These are writers and performers who live on the more inventive edge of the comedy scene... they deserve to be cherished." **** The Times

"Expect tears of laughter." **** Gay Times

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HOME IS WHERE ERIC MEAT IS

2016

Written and performed by himself
Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2016

Comedy

Ali Brice recently took his new show, LEMONADE STAND, to the Edinburgh Festival. 

Ali is a brilliant writer-performer, who spent much of 2016 and early 2017 touring the UK, USA and Australia with GRAEME OF THRONES. He is taking his new show NEVER-ENDING PENCIL to the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

 

Buy tickets here - Never-Ending Pencil.

★★★★ - The Skinny

"A hidden gem of an hour"

"A simultaneously touching yet surreal hour, Brice balances it all with ease; this is an intimidating, inventive and even intimate comedic experience."

 

His 2016 Edinburgh show, HOME IS WHERE ERIC MEAT IS, received some great reviews.

'Eric Meat is a side-splittingly comical entity.' ✭✭✭✭✭  The Upcoming

'If a combination of The Mighty Boosh and Reeves & Mortimer, with a bit of Pheonix Nightsthrown in sounds like it might be up your street then this is definitely the show for you.' ✭✭✭✭ Broadway Baby

Ali Brice appeared at the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Festival with his show ERIC MEAT HAS NO PROOF, ONLY MEMORIES OF PASTA. Praise for ERIC MEAT HAS NO PROOF, ONLY MEMORIES OF PASTA:

'Another smorgasboard of fun and oddness from Brice, for whom bigger and brighter things surely beckon.' ✭✭✭✭ Shortcom

'Brice is bold and relentless, unafraid to cross the lines of personal space and create an uncomfortable yet hilarious experience.' ✭✭✭✭ Fringe Guru

He was picked as one of Time Out's One to Watch Character Comedians and took his long-overdue, hotly anticipated and ridiculously silly debut show, ALI BRICE PRESENTS ERIC MEAT WANTS TO GO SHOPPING, to Edinburgh 2014 where he had some great reviews:

"Ali Brice’s solo Edinburgh debut is one of those joyously bonkers festival treats that any comedy-lover should be delighted to stumble upon."" Steve Bennett, Chortle ✭✭✭✭

"Brice was completely bizarre: deadpan, yet totally off-the-wall; his act was a real highlight" ThreeWeeks

Who is Eric Meat? With help from Neil Art Attack Buchanan's dad, a mannequin, the Phil Collins album No Jacket Required and other things, friends and sandwiches, he might just go shopping.

Ali is also the star of Weirdos' cult hit The Colonel alongside Edinburgh Comedy Award double winner John Kearns and Pat Cahill.

Ali is currently performing in Graeme of Thrones, which has toured Australia and the UK.

"A must for any Game Of Thrones fan." Time Out

"Stupidly enjoyable... their comic timing is superb." The Stage

"An especially over-the-top celebration of bad taste." Chortle

"This warped incarnation of Westeros gets to the glittering West End." **** London Evening Standard

"Funny with spot-on gags and lo-fi props that wring so much silliness from George R. R. Martin's fantasy adventure... you'll see the main characters deftly, daftly reimagined. There's nudity (sort of), dragons (sort of), versions of Joffrey, Ned, Daenerys and Tyrion that get to the nub of their flaws. These are writers and performers who live on the more inventive edge of the comedy scene... they deserve to be cherished." **** The Times

"Expect tears of laughter." **** Gay Times

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HOME IS WHERE ERIC MEAT IS

Edinburgh Fringe 2016