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This time last year, Garrett Millerick’s Sunflower was intended to be a 100% pure comedy show with no agendas, no left, no right and no sad stories – a show named after his favourite Beach Boys album and written to contrast the horror of world events. But a brutal rollercoaster of events derailed this plan and Garrett was faced with the choice of cancelling the show or finding the path to complete it in a few short weeks. Sunflower emerged as a testament to the power of comedy to carry us through the whatever life throws at us and became one of the most talked about, critically acclaimed and powerful shows of Edinburgh 2018.

The Best Shows of Edinburgh 2018 - The Guardian British Comedy Guide Recommended 2018

‘This brave and winning hour certainly pulls no punches’ **** The Times
wickedly funny’ **** The Scotsman
stand up with an insolent twist’ **** The Sunday Times
the biggest u-turn in edinburgh comedy history’ **** Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke

Garrett Millerick: Sunflower