Short com Podcast: Harriet Kemsley

September 19, 2017

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.

Denim – World Tour

August 24, 2017

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 […]

Richard Herring – Oh Frig, I’m 50!

August 24, 2017

Richard Herring is an English comedian known for his solo stand up or for his work in a double act with Stewart Lee, he’s back at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with his show Richard Herring: […]

Hannah Gadsby – Nanette

August 23, 2017

There’s a lot of talk regarding Hannah Gadsby retiring from stand-up from after the Fringe. She turned down the coveted Barry prize in Australia in protest against homophobic remarks from Barry Humphries. Nanette as Gadsby […]

Joseph Morpurgo – Hammerhead

August 23, 2017

Give Joseph Morpurgo an inch, he’ll invert it, fold it, square it then run a mile with it. Hammerhead is a multi-media show that is impressively orchestrated from beginning to end. Set up as a […]

Short Com Podcast: Heidi Regan

August 22, 2017

Anne Klein interviewed rapid rising comedy star Heidi Regan, winner of So You Think You’re Funny in 2016 and recently the BBC New Comedy Award. Anne asks Heidi’s journey into comedy from her days growing […]

Simon Evans – Genius

August 20, 2017

Simon Evans has always been a solid comedian. He’s the sort of consistent 4-star performer (spoilers) who is reliably enjoyable to spend an hour with. Age hasn’t done anything to dull his comic sensibilities, even […]

Demi Lardner – Look What You Made Me Do

August 19, 2017

Fans of the Mighty Boosh and The Young Ones should make sure to catch this wonderful piece of absurdist comedy from Australian comic Demi Lardner. Telling the story of Gavin a forty six year old […]

Tommy Tiernan – Under The Influence

August 19, 2017

This is possibly some of the wildest storytelling available at the Fringe, but doesn’t do much to revolutionise Tiernan’s controversial act. His soft dulcet tones as he ushers in latecomers and begins his show used […]

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