The Scent of Reeves and Mortimer

July 20, 2018

  Where are the heirs to the throne? Paul Dance interviews three of the daftest double acts heading to this year’s Fringe. The first episode of Vic Reeves Big Night Out was aired on May […]

Early Man

January 14, 2018

A national institution is Nick Park and the evolution of Aardman Studios is one of the few national film success stories in recent decades of British film. His latest incarnation rolls back the centuries in […]

The Business of Edinburgh

July 25, 2017

On the surface, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival is a carnival of chaos come August, arty hopefuls trying to bellow above the rest of the crowd, performers trying to catch the eye of American tourists dressed as […]

Ari Shaffir live interview with Thomas Black.

August 15, 2016

  Thomas Black talks to American stand up Ari Shaffir about the American approach to writing and performing an hour of stand up compared to the typical thematic driven Edinburgh Fringe show. They also talk […]

Seymour Mace Gets Sucked Off By God

August 21, 2018

  Seymour Mace Gets Sucked Off By God is, if nothing else, a great name for an Edinburgh Fringe show. Happily the rest of the show is just as good. Shock tactics is the name […]

Ben Target: Splosh

August 20, 2018

I entered the small venue to observe the Comedian in question performing stretch exercises which was quite a rarity in itself. Could it be just to pass the time whilst the room fills? It doesn’t […]

Rory O’Keeffe: The 37th Question

August 19, 2018

The 37th Question is a weird one to talk about because of its ambitions. Not quite a comedy show, not quite a drama, not quite a full storytelling experience, it aims to be a mix […]

Lee Kyle: Kicking Potatoes Into The Sea

August 19, 2018

  I can’t recall in my Fringe going experience ever going to a comedy show before 11 in the morning. I can’t say if Lee Kyle was giving slim pickings for a room and time […]

Jim Campbell: Trampoline

August 18, 2018

  Returning to the Ed Fringe for the first time with a show in four years, Jim Cambell’s premise for Trampoline The premise is that’s he single, has an engagement ring for sale and those […]

Alex Kealy: A Kealy’s Heel

August 18, 2018

  It’s rare to see a stand-up show with this many barriers to entry. It’s tempting to call A Kealy’s Heel too smart for its own good, but since I enjoyed it so much something […]

Henry Café: Quiz Machine

August 17, 2018

  When the police can’t solve a murder, what else can you do? But for Henry Café, he won’t allow his aunt be laid to rest until  he is able to solve the murder, and […]

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