Edinburgh Fringe Review – Caution to the Wind

August 16, 2014

Comedian Chris Boyd knows a lot about tornadoes, and he has kindly come to the Edinburgh Fringe to tell us all about them. Boyd shows admirable commitment to the shows premise; while most Edinburgh shows […]

Edinburgh Fringe Review – Gein’s Family Giftshop: Volume 1

August 15, 2014

Manchester-based sketch group Gein’s Family Giftshop return to the Fringe with their first full hour, fresh from triumph at London SketchFest 2014 – and it’s a mightily impressive debut, packed with delicious puerility, applaudable invention and impeccable timing.The show […]

Edinburgh Fringe Interview: Lizzy Mace

August 11, 2014

Who the hell are you and what business do you have in Edinburgh? I’m Lizzy Mace, actoress, writeress and comedianne, and I’m performing two shows in Edinburgh this year: Overlooked – a solo character-based sketch […]

Edinburgh Fringe Review – Kraken

August 11, 2014

I went into this with no prior knowledge of the kind of act I was about to see. All I had was the title, a recommendation from a friend, and a promising notice on the way in […]

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