This heavy hearted comedy is about inadequacy, giant asteroids, a gentle idiot and the shark that ate his arms.
A story to make you smile till your face hurts and your heart heals.
Runner up Best Comedy and Best Comedy Performer, Auckland Fringe 2013

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Edinburgh Fringe 2013

Twenty-five times did A Night to Dismember play over twenty-six *balmy Edinburgh summer days.  It made itself home in the small, smelly, lovely Dairy room at Underbelly, Bristo Square.

Hilarious...Imagine that the dorkiest kid in your school told you the most incredible story, with the eloquence of Charles Dickens.
- Three Weeks

A completely unique experience...Greenway’s flair for beautiful and descriptive poetic language, and the limitless nature of his imagination, A Night to Dismember is one of those overlooked Fringe gems that deserves a bigger audience and more appreciation. Catch it while you can.” ****
- The Public Reviews

This play is completely original and confounding. Greenway is a talented character actor and with its black and macabre humour there’s a lot to like in this piece...I suspect we can expect great things.
- Edinburgh Spotlight

"Both nightmarish and pleasurable...this is an hour which will either enthral or puzzle or both."
- one4review

*wasn't really that balmy

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