Gilded Balloon announce its Christmas programme

November 2, 2018

In production with Òran Mór, Gilded Balloon’s fabulous winter season will be headlined by the critically-acclaimed Doris, Dolly & the Dressing Room Divas… at Christmas!From Fringe First-winning Morag Fullarton (Casablanca, the Gin Joint Cut), three make-up girls bitch, harmonise and […]

Christopher Macarthur-Boyd: Home Sweet Home

August 4, 2018

  Christopher Macarthur-Boyd puts a lot of other comedians to shame. Now that seems hyperbolic but let me qualify. How often have you been in a comedy show and realised you’ve not had a right […]

You have to be joking? Christian Finnegan

July 20, 2018

  The joke that you loved but no one else did? “I’m not sure drag queens have enough free time to be good parents, because they always have to WOORRRRK.” I’m still convinced that joke […]

zazU: Raisins to Stay Alive

August 21, 2016

Four piece sketch act zazU certainly know how to start with a bang. Harrie Hayes, Maddy Rice, Tom Machell and Nick Read go full on frantic as red flashing warning lights and a booming voice […]

Short & Curly: A Curly Night In

August 11, 2016

Short and Curly: A Curly Night In Short and Curly are a sketch duo, a fortuitously named duo at that, seeing as that one is a curly-haired gent called Curly, and the other a short […]

Ed Gamble: Stampede

August 6, 2016

First ‘official’ day of the Fringe and the Counting House Ballroom, the largest room the venue has to offer, is full to the brim with an eager audience for Ed Gamble. As he states, it’s […]

Burnistoun: Live At The Fringe

August 5, 2016

Following a sold out transition to the stage at the Glasgow Comedy Festival, sketch show Burnistoun makes it way to the Edinburgh Fringe. Burnistoun is best described as ‘Scotland through the looking glass,’ and some […]

Short & Curly Q&A – Edinburgh Fringe 2016

August 1, 2016

Edinburgh, the Fringe, why bother? Curly: It gives you a deadline for a show Short: We also like working under stress and getting into debt Curly: Yes, plus we need a reason to argue. What […]

Mark Nelson Q&A – Edinburgh Fringe 2016

July 25, 2016

Edinburgh, the Fringe, why bother? It is the biggest Arts Festival in the World so to live so close to it and not take advantage of being able to perform there would be nonsense. What […]

Jimmy McGhie Q&A – Edinburgh Fringe 2016

July 25, 2016

Edinburgh, the Fringe, why bother? Well that is a very interesting question. It’s finically crippling, terrible for your health and mental wellbeing and usually heartbreaking. However, it also encourages you to write material and makes […]

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