Stories of Scotland : Dunedin Fringe Festival

Stories of Scotland


Comedy Storytelling

Whether you've seen Bruce on his YouTube channel, or at a previous Dunedin Fringe, he's back with more stories and jokes from Scotland's history

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History with a laugh ... from the heart of Scotland.

You may have seen Bruce Fummey at Dunedin Fringe as part of Best of Scottish Comedy, or telling stories from Scotland's history.

When the world started coughing he moved over to YouTube. You may have watched his YouTube channel, Scotland History Tours.

This year he returns to Dunedin Fringe for two nights to tell you more stories from Scotland's history live ... and with more jokes.

Winner of Scottish Comedian of the Year, nominee for the Scottish Comedy Awards, a regular at Fringe festivals and not to be missed, Bruce brings history with humour.

If you have an interest in Scotland, it's humour, people and history, then this show is not to be missed.

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Content Warning

Occasional crude language


Te Whare o Rukutia

20 Princes St Dunedin 9054

| Wheelchair Access YES

Accessible Bathroom YES

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