Since using a Fisher Price camera, Ian Fox has always been interested in photography and since discovering a long discarded scratched seven inch vinyl version of "The Funky Gibbon" in the family record player he's been interested in comedy. So this year, at the Edinburgh Fringe, Ian's decided to put the two things together in a show called "Ian Fox Exposes Himself". In the show Ian uses a range of funny or interesting images taken by himself including street photography (see below image), candid portraiture and film scene parodies with a cat.
- Time: 14:30
- Dates: 4 - 28th August (every day)
- Venue: No. 185 Mata Hari Room (ground floor), Laughing Horse @Espionage, 4 India Buildings, Victoria Street, Edinburgh, EH1 2EX
More about Ian:
Ian went to art college and university to study photography and media and worked in commercial studios in the North West. He's also produced poster images for numerous shows at this year's fringe festival along with the Free Festival brochure. As a comedian Ian received a 4 star Chortle review for his début show in 2006 - The Butterfly Effect which he later developed into a BBC Radio Pilot. He's also appeared every year at the Edinburgh fringe since 2003 in the Great Big Comedy Picnic.
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