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The title for Ray Peacock’s 2014 Fringe show is certainly apt; his entrance music comes on so loudly and suddenly that members of the audience close to the PA, including your humble correspondent, soil themselves a […]
Despite being a loud and awkward 30(ish) year old from Lancashire, Katie Mulgrew wants to be a Disney Princess. She recently got her wish, kind of, marrying her own Prince Charming and having a honeymoon […]
When you walk into the venue in the Pleasance Courtyard, Robin Clyfan and Charlie Partridge are already on stage to greet you and throw party poppers, prompting whoops of joy when an audience member catches […]
Even though this is his third Edinburgh Fringe show, Iain Stirling looks like a fresh-faced rookie. Wearing skinny jeans, smart shoes with no socks, he still looks like a lanky teenager. It’s a pleasant surprise, […]
Despite actually performing a written and rehearsed show, likeable Geordie Jason Cook could easily rabble on and use the audience as his material and still have a much better hour than a lot of comics […]