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10650014 
 Alan Digweed - Tweedy the clown - who is performing his one man show at the Edinburgh Fringe.

Tweedy's "Lost Property" is a comedy about a clown who gives in to society and gets a real job. His new employment is set in a lost property office where he tries and fails to control a constantly ringing telephone but is prevented due to the wilful antics of the lost property which appears to come to life , even Tweedy's own body goes against him.

Alan, a former pupil at Dyce Academy in Aberdeen left his home city at the age of 16 to be a clown, has won numerous awards after spells with circuses and theatre productions. He made the headlines after marrying the circus trapeeze artist and even had his daughter Willow christened in the big top. 
 Keywords: Tweedy clown circus Aberdeen Dyce Alan Digweed Zippo theatre fringe festival
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Alan Digweed - Tweedy the clown - who is performing

his one man show at the Edinburgh Fringe.

Tweedy's "Lost Property" is a comedy about a clown who gives in to society and gets a real job. His new employment is set in a lost property office where he tries and fails to control a constantly ringing telephone but is prevented due to the wilful antics of the lost property which appears to come to life , even Tweedy's own body goes against him.

Alan, a former pupil at Dyce Academy in Aberdeen left his home city at the age of 16 to be a clown, has won numerous awards after spells with circuses and theatre productions. He made the headlines after marrying the circus trapeeze artist and even had his daughter Willow christened in the big top.
Keywords: Tweedy clown circus Aberdeen Dyce Alan Digweed Zippo theatre fringe festival