In our first-ever Edinburgh Fringe Festival run, Literary Death Match heads to The Stand 3 (4:25pm) for an 8 shows in 8 days run that promises to feature all the literary brilliance, hilarious judging and oddball majesty that has us tripping around the planet on a regular basis. Don't miss it!
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To celebrate the 400th Literary Death Match in world history, we're hurtling towards London's Century Club for a whizbang affair of delight, lit, laughs, light mayhem and the ultimate in lovely, good cheer. Come celebrate with us — we'd absolutely love to see you. Preorder now!
August 26, 2015 — For the fifth of eight consecutive LDM's in eight days at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Literary Death Match glittered with the magic only a Fringe showcase can offer, as the pitch-perfect hour finished with a racing finish that saw Tom Salinsky outduel Lucy Ribchester in hotly-contested game of Literary Pictionary in sudden death to win the LDM Edinburgh, Ep. 14 crown.
August 26, 2015 — For the fourth of eight consecutive LDM's in eight days at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Literary Death Match showcased boatloads of literary and comedic muscle in a show that ended with Harry Baker outdueling Chloe Combi in a crazy-wild Lone Star Lit finale to win the LDM Edinburgh, Ep. 13 crown.
August 25, 2015 — For the third of eight consecutive LDM's in eight days at the Edinburgh Fringe, Literary Death Match was a cavalcade of wonder from the opening bell, as Viv Groskop outspelled Dave Rudden in a sensational show in the LDM Spelling Bee III to win Groskop the LDM Edinburgh, Ep. 12 crown.
August 24, 2015 — In our second of eight-shows-in-eight days at the Edinburgh Fringe, Literary Death Match showcased a brilliant seven-some of geniuses, in a late-afternoon that finished with Dan Simpson trumping Sarah Maria Griffin 2-1 in a fast-paced Literary Pictionary finale, winning Simpson the LDM Edinburgh, Ep. 11 crown.
August 23, 2015 — To kick off our eight-shows-in-eight days at the Edinburgh Fringe, Literary Death Match showcased an electric group of performers, in a late-afternoon that finished with Tim Clare outdueling co-finalist Rebecca Green in an all-out battle of One Star Wonder to win Clare the LDM Edinburgh, Ep. 10 crown.