PRESS RELEASE: (No) Money in the Bank comes to Edinburgh

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PRESS RELEASE: (No) Money in the Bank comes to Edinburgh

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Comedy double act Thom Bee & Andrew Marsh will be bringing their debut show “(No) Money in the Bank” to the Edinburgh fringe. As the title suggests, the show is exactly what happens when two, very poor adults, try and take on the world of professional wrestling, which Screenjabber called “An absolute must for comedy and wrestling fans.”

no money in the bank 1(No) Money in the Bank is a show that combines character comedy, stand up comedy, and an encyclopaedic knowledge of the wrestling world. No rock is left unturned or rock bottomed as Thom and Andrew explore the good, the bad, and the downright weird aspects of sports entertainment, which they both love so dearly. There is even a special guest appearance from Balthazar Dark, a bitter, volatile wrestler who has somehow found himself on this show. (No) Money in the Bank promises a truly surreal use of “tag team comedy” and aims to sports entertain fans of wrestling. as it has been created and performed by two mega-fans. That said, there has been a deliberate effort to make the show just as enjoyable for those who haven’t seen a match since they were kids, or possibly not at all. (No) Money in the Bank is a love letter to the world of sports entertainment, but if you hate wrestling, you can still come and laugh at the things that Thom and Andrew find ridiculous about it.

Thom and Andrew have been previewing the show all over the country, including a four day run at Brighton Fringe, to positive feedback and happy audiences. They promise to deliver this same delight for their entire run in Edinburgh, with this new, experimental and hilarious show.

Before the Fringe, there are also 2 more previews you can catch! They’ll be performing at The Great Yorkshire Fringe with support from wrestler Dave Graves on July 24th in York, tickets available at They will also be performing the full show on July 26th in Stockton for the low price of £3. More information at

Tickets are available now! So don’t hesitate before they sell out."

Tom Mimnagh is Screenjabber's Wrestling Editor and a Contributing Writer to the site. He's a lover not a fighter (unless you’re having a pop at John Carpenter), a geek extraordinaire, raconteur and purveyor of fine silks. He also enjoyed Terminator Genisys more than the average person (as in, a bit), but don’t hold that against him.

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