Matt Winning: Filibuster

A show about climate change from comedian and environmental economist Matt Winning.

A show about climate change from comedian and environmental economist Matt Winning describing how global warming is destroying both the planet and his life.

“Lightweight stuff” – Guardian

Matt gives a presentation on how a world which is sick of experts may not be about much longer. For fans of An Inconvenient Truth.

“An attractively impish spirit” – The Guardian

“Charming and accomplished” ★★★★ – List

“Clever gags … esoteric routines” – Scotsman

“The son of Robert Mugabe” ★★★★ – Skinny

“Meticulous and funny from start to finish” ★★★★★ – MumbleComedy.net

Comedy
1hr 00m
The Vaults
16 Mar 22:00
£6.50
15+
22:00
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About the company

Winner of the Hilarity Bites New Act of the Year 2011, Matt Winning is one of the most exciting, unique and imaginative new stand-up and character comedians in the UK.

The Scottish comic’s eccentric and idiosyncratic act is a whirlwind of ideas, combining an original approach to one-liners, acute observations and shouting loudly. Matt was a finalist in the BBC New Comedy Awards 2012. He was also finalist in the Chortle Student Comedy Awards in 2010 as himself and again in 2011 as the character Steph E Graph.

2017 saw Matt received huge critical success with a completely sold out run of his 3rd Edinburgh hour, the “funny yet educational” show Filibuster. This high-concept show is built as a lecture on climate change, a subject Matt knows well as he also happens to be an environmental economist.

Matt is a co-creator of the Bearpit Podcast Podcast which is a “Cultish” (The Independent) character-improv show. In 2016, he became one of the first comedians to appear on the new subscription video-on-demand site Next Up Comedy. He has appeared on BBC3 Comedy Marathon, Hardeep at the Stand (BBC Scotland), regularly performs on live shows and has also written sketches for BBC Radio Scotland and The Comedy Unit.

He is also one-third of faux-rap group Vocal Point with So You Think You’re Funny winner James Kirk and Chortle Student finalist Richard Gadd.

“Fine and distinctive one-liners in his set, with strange points of reference and clever exposition… an inventive writer”
Steve Bennett, Chortle

“Instant laughs”
The Skinny

“Winning’s sharp wit and intelligence allows him to educate as he entertains in this excellent stand-up seminar”
Ross Crae, Sunday Post

‘An attractively impish spirit‘
The Guardian

“Winning offered the complete package: he’s got the material, the pacing and the presence to win over most crowds”
Gigglebeats

“A Scottish Milton Jones… so well done and over the top that the audience are pulled into his world”
Festival Journal”