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 […]
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 […]
Anne Klein chinwagged with Harriet Kemsley during the Edinburgh Fringe about her route into comedy, acting and her Viceland show Bobby and Harriet Get Married before the Scottish rain ripped open.
Anne Klein sat down with regular white trash Barry Ferns during the Edinburgh Fringe and asked him about his pathway into comedy.
Anime is one of those curious genres that can be a leader in creating fantastical worlds with childlike imagination with with very adult themes centred around a central character coming of age. For Western audiences […]
This is possibly the most charming show available in the free fringe this year. In fact, possibly the Fringe. The story of Zafar’s love life and gripes with tradition and the modern world are told […]
According to Dr Winning (with a surname like that, going for a PHD was an obvious choice) this show contains the best jokes about greenhouse gases and economics. However, there are several reasons other than […]
The Darkness of Robins may have had the fastest turnaround of any stand-up show I’ve ever seen. Initially, Robins seemed awkward on the stage and honestly not very funny. It can’t have been two minutes […]
Denim were formed in 2010 by Amrou Al-Kadhi, who performs as Glamrou La Denim in the show, now they’ve made their Edinburgh Fringe debut with Denim: World Tour. Opening with a rendition of Born This […]