A CANCELED Father Ted writer has defied a double snub and performed the ‘weirdest performance’ of this year’s Edinburgh Fringe.
Graham Linehan entered a “small stage” in front of the Scottish Parliament.
The Leith Arches canceled his first show after thatwere briefed on the controversial issue at the venue .
TheThe Unleashed event was canceled again by the second venue to be rescheduled.
After the second cancellation, the anti-trans activist came to Holyrood to perform his cancellation.
The show was moved to the Scottish Parliament with the same start time.
The creator of Father Ted and Black Books scheduled a show at Leith Arches earlier this week in which he would express his views on transgender issues.
He appeared to be laughing and joking as he arrived in front of a crowd of onlookers.
Fellow comedian and writer Andrew Doyle posted: “Our backup venue forUnleashed at the Edinburgh fringe has now also been canceled with us.
“So Glinner and the other acts will be performing at 7.30pm on a small stage outside the Scottish Parliament in Holyrood.
“This show is happening whether these activists agree or not.”
Andy Bore, co-founder of Unleashed Comedy continued to writeMedia: “People gather for the weirdest gig at the Ed Fringe.”
One user added, “Glinner will be heard.”
Another added: “We’re right next to you. ginner Get her.”
A viewer said: “He didn’t really elaborate on what was going on. He didn’t attack. He was just playing his sentence and it wasn’t that controversial considering what was going on.”
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