Reviews and interviews from Edinburgh Fringe 2018.

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 […]

Ciarán Dowd: Don Rodolfo

August 17, 2018

  The Fringe throws all kinds of surprises and one for this year’s surprise breakthrough is Ciarán Dowd (from sketch trio Beasts) as a seventeenth century sword swinging, Spanish egocentric lothario, on a quest for […]

Ben Pope – Baby Sasquatch

August 17, 2018

  Baby Sasquatch is Ben Pope’s debut hour, and it shows a lot of promise. Pope is a relaxed and assured performer and never afraid to put himself down; many of his best gags are […]

Yianni Agisilaou: I, Human

August 16, 2018

I never thought somebody could still make jokes about CAPTCHA tests funny but here we are. I, Human is a smart hour of comedy from a man who has clearly kept up to speed with […]

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