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Chris Difford and Norman Lovett take their show to the Edinburgh Festival

Chris Difford and Norman Lovett have enthralled audiences on their music and comedy tour and can now announce that they are taking the show to the Edinburgh Festival in 2012 for a full month at the iconic Gilded Balloon venue.

The show entitled "It's All About Me" tells the story of Chris's journey through his musical life from the 50p advert that brought him and Glenn together to form Squeeze through to playing Madison Square Garden and up to the present day. With tales of tours, Top Of The Pops, break ups and make ups it is a must see show for any fan of this truly iconic song writer.

Norman, the star of BBC's cult sci-fi comedy series Red Dwarf, provides humour in the most dead pan way you can imagine, drawing belly laughs from the audience with his take on life.

Backed up by the stunning vocals of Dorie Jackson this show brings great music, brilliant anecdotes and comedy at its best in a perfect combination for the Edinburgh Festival.

Sharon Burgess who booked Chris and Norman for The Gilded Balloon saw the show in Stirling "I loved the show - its a perfect combination of humour and music complimented by Norman's dead pan delivery and Chris's charismatic  storytelling. Fringe audiences will adore it!"

Tickets go on sale on May 31st at www.gildedballoon.co.uk

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