Sam & Tom – Unrectifiable

August 12, 2017

Two thirds of Stapleface, Tom Burgess and Sam Nicoresti have brought their debut show as a double act to Edinburgh for the Festival Fringe 2017 with Sam and Tom: Unrectifiable. They are a high energy […]

Ben Target’s Orangeade

August 12, 2017

Award winning returns to the Fringe with latest show Orangeade. As we enter, Target in clad in Xmas lights, handed us 2 plastic balls each and hugged us all as we were filing into the […]

Chris Turner – What a Time to Be Alive

August 12, 2017

What a Time to Be Alive worried me slightly. “Post-Brexit and pre-Trump, Chris moved to America. Comedy is all about timing,” reads the blurb. Between them, comedians have managed to run both Brexit and Trump […]

Stuart Laws – Stops

August 10, 2017

People rarely are quite literally too clever for their own good, but Stuart Laws is. Ironic for the man who hates clichés that his jokes were flying over peoples’ heads left, right and centre. Stops […]

Mark Forward Wins All The Awards

August 10, 2017

It’s sheer confidence to title a show that suggests it as an award winner and satirise what an award winning show must centre around. In fact, on the surface, it feels a bit cynical or […]

Sean McLoughlin: You Can’t Ignore Me Forever

August 9, 2017

I called Sean McLoughlin’s last show, Kamikaze, “like watching him explode on-stage.” You Can’t Ignore Me Forever isn’t an explosion. It’s actually kind of nice. More of a gentle fire than a conflagration, although it […]

Short Com Podcast: Sunil Patel

August 9, 2017

Anne Klein sat down with Sunil Patel and chatted about growing up and his pathway into comedy in the first of Short Com podcasts at the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe.   Sunil Patel  Sunil Patel: Titan […]

Luca Cupani – It’s Me!

August 9, 2017

Luca Cupani has been performing stand up since 2014 and has already won multiple awards, now he brings his fourth solo show to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Luca Cupani – It’s me! is Cupani’s attempt […]

The Delightful Sausage – Cold Hard Cache

August 8, 2017

Not necessarily a rule amongst double acts, but most would be aesthetically similar to one another; The Two Ronnies, Reeves and Mortimer, Jeeves and Wooster, Laurel and Hardy, yet Amy Gledhill dressed as a hot […]

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