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One Bite Only


One Bite Only

The Three Sisters

139 Cowgate
The Wee Room: AUG 4-15, 17-28 at 18:15 (60 min) - Pay What You Can

One Bite Only

An alternative comedy extravaganza from two bizarre characters!

In this double-bill show you see The Daft Duo as their solo performance personas. Get ready for bubble blowing, donut eating and lotsa laughs!


In English I think you would say "obsessed with sex!", but she's a virgin.

She's dying to tell you what she thinks of society!

Miss A Legg

The dishy donut damsel lets loose about her ludicrous love life through rhyme, song, and dance.

The Daft Duo are creators and hosts of Alternative Interviews comedy night. They have appeared at Monkey Barrel Edinburgh, Spangled Cabaret Glasgow and HER-larious online.

This year we have two entry methods: Free & Unticketed or Pay What You Can
Free & Unticketed: Entry to a show is first-come, first served at the venue - just turn up and then donate to the show in the collection at the end.
Pay What You Can: For these shows you can book a ticket to guarantee entry and choose your price from the Fringe Box Office, up to 30 mins before a show. After that all remaining space is free at the venue on a first-come, first-served bases. Donations for walk-ins at the end of the show.

News and Reviews for this Show

August 12, 2022    Theatre Weekly

One Bite Only is not your average comedy double bill. The show consists of alternative comics Sara Palomarr and Angela Legg, collectively known as the Daft Duo. Together and separately, they perform as two outlandish comedy characters who delight and discombobulate in equal measure.

First up is Sara as Erika, who describes herself as being obsessed with sex despite being a virgin. She gives a very funny account of her exploits trying to navigate the politics dating apps, and the pitfalls of dating.

This sounds like fairly standard stand-up fare but what makes it unique is Erika’s off-kilter perspective on dating. After Erika, we have Angela performing as Miss A Legg, a self-described slut who loves donuts.

Her performance is even less, um, traditional than Sara’s; her character talks in rhyme, sings and rap dances. Through her unique brand of performance art, she talks about feminism and the desire not to be talked down to by men, about relationships, about her terrible job in a shopping centre, again, common topics for comedy, but what is so daft about the Daft Duo isn’t so much what they are about as it is how they are about them.

The show begins with them together on stage, with Angela jumping out of a box on stage. The ‘Dafties’ are talked to by a disembodied narrator, and the whole thing plays out like a Teletubbies-inspired fever dream.

The show is presented as a double-bill, but the very few parts where they are both onstage together are so wonderfully weird and I wish the ‘Daft Duo’ did more, well, as a duo. They are both different physically and personality-wise, with a kind of Bizarro Laurel and Hardy quality about them. Nevertheless, their solo performances are still both a joy. You’d be daft to miss One Bite Only! Click Here For Review