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Liffe on the Fringe

Management accountant Tom Goodliffe decides he's funny. Goes to Edinburgh Fringe.

GOOD LUCK to management accountant Tom Goodliffe, who is set to perform at the Edinburgh Fringe.

Performing The Good Liffe [Does that work phonetically? Ed], Tom describes himself as spending “years in a job he didn’t like to buy things he didn’t need to impress friends he didn’t have”.

“Expect spreadsheets”, he says ominously.

TS says “good luck Tom”, and here’s a shameless plug for your show. Find out more about his August gigs at Cabaret Voltaire for the Fringe here.

Follow the ‘Liffemeister on Twitter at @TomGoodliffe

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