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Saturday 19 September 1998
Barbican Theatre, London EC2 (0171-638 8891) 26 Oct- 21 Nov
You will also need to be quick to get seats for the Perrier Pick of the Fringe - three consecutive Sunday-night comedy shows at London's Her Majesty's Theatre. All of those featured were nominated for the Perrier Award at Edinburgh this year. The short season begins on Sun 4 Oct with a double bill of Sean Lock and Sean Cullen; Peter Kay and Ed Byrne appear on 11 Oct; and it concludes with the '98 Perrier winner, Tommy Tiernan, supported by the Best Newcomer, The Mighty Boosh (left) on 18 Oct.
Her Majesty's Theatre, Haymarket, London W1 (0171-494 5558) pounds 5-pounds 14
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