Elf Lyons: Pelican

August 16, 2016

Entering with a typically dramatic flourish (dressed like a sexy dressage horse for some reason) Elf Lyons wastes no time in telling us that she wants to kill her mother. Not really, of course, but […]

Jack Evans: Melancholy Poontang

August 15, 2016

Jack Evans’ 2016 Fringe show is not suitable for children. This should probably be obvious if you consider the words Melancholy Poontang for more than a second, but it doesn’t stop a family with two […]

Paul F Taylor: Sour Apes

August 11, 2016

Paul F Taylor is a man who does not back down in the face of adversity. Adversity, in this case, being a roomful of soggy festival-goers on a Wednesday afternoon, not quite sure what to […]

Paul F Taylor Q&A – Edinburgh Fringe 2016

August 7, 2016

Edinburgh, the Fringe, why bother? Edinburgh is great, the fringe is great, I love bothering people. What have been the nuggets of inspiration behind your show this year? I guess a lot of this year’s […]

Edinburgh Fringe Review – Caution to the Wind

August 16, 2014

Comedian Chris Boyd knows a lot about tornadoes, and he has kindly come to the Edinburgh Fringe to tell us all about them. Boyd shows admirable commitment to the shows premise; while most Edinburgh shows […]

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