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Martin meets Martin in this extraordinary meeting of two of modern comedy's greatest entertainers. Steve Martin and Martin Short present 'The Greatest Show In Town At The Moment', a Q&A style conversation between the two comedians and the audience with a musical twist. Expect an evening of banjo-tinged interludes and singing punctuated by the side-splitting humor and charisma of these comedy greats.
Grammy Award-winning comedian and accomplished bluegrass pianist Steve Martin has had a stellar, almost 50-year long career in film, stand-up and television, winning the hearts of international audiences with turns in gems like 'Father of the Bride' (alongside Martin Short) and 'Bowfinger'. Since his break-out comedy debut on SNL, actor and comedian Short quickly crossed over to mainstream films and theatre, winning a Tony Award for his role in the 1999 revival of 'Little Me'.
Performance date: 12 September 2020
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