Dudley comedy trio launch campaign to fund stint at Edinburgh Festival

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There will be a taste of Black Country comedy in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this summer.

The Dudley-based Fizzogs comedy team has launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise £3,000 they need to cover the costs of performing their show Fifty Shades of Fizzog in the city from August 7 to 13.

So far they have raised £213 and people who wish to get involved can visit

Fizzog Productions will also be performing its murder mysteryWho Killed Little Willie at the Black Country Living Museum, Dudley, on June 5.

Tickets are £25, including a fish and chip supper, from Fizzog Productions on 07757 424618.

The Fizzogs dancing grannies routine was a hit on YouTube and Facebook last year.

They are friends Sue Hawkins, Jackie Fellows, Deb Nicholls and Emma Rollason who perform together for Fizzog Productions.

The group has been together for 14 years after meeting at Dudley College where they studied community theatre.

They are based at Thorns Community College in Brierley Hill.


They became an internet sensation last year with a dancing grannies routine.

Performing a mash-up of Beyonce's Single Ladies and Flo Rida's Low at the Stourbridge Carnival, their video was shared more than 1.5 million times on Facebook.

They then released a calendar for this year featuring the grannies and other Fizzog faces in various siutations throughout last year.

More recently they have performed at local venues such as Wednesbury Town Hall and Midlands Arts Centre.

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