Michael Fabbri

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Michael Fabbri is an English stand-up comedian based in Brighton. In 2003 he reached the final of So You Think You're Funny . [1] As well as performing all over the world, he has also performed in several solo shows at festivals.


He has written for Channel 4's television show Stand Up for the Week [2] and was a support act during Micky Flanagan's 'Out Out' tour in 2011. [3]

His BBC Radio 4 comedy series on dyslexia, Dyslexicon, was produced by Dabster productions and was first broadcast in May 2016 and repeated in September 2018. [4]

Edinburgh Fringe

Fabbri has performed five solo shows at the Edinburgh Fringe:

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  2. "Stand Up For The Week: Cast and Crew: Writing Team". British Comedy Guide . Retrieved 20 September 2018.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
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  4. Performer and writer: Michael Fabbri (27 May 2016). "Michael Fabbri's Dyslexicon: School Days". Michael Fabbri's Dyslexicon. BBC. BBC Radio Four . Retrieved 19 September 2018.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
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