Markus Birdman: Grimm Realities

August 28, 2015

Markus Birdman is a man of many talents. As well as crafting a funny and heartfelt stand-up show, he also illustrates it using story-books he’s created himself, projected onto the screen. The drawings are colourful […]

Steve Bugeja: Day Release

August 26, 2015

It’s not hard to imagine Steve Bugeja becoming a big comedy star in the next few years. He tells us early on that he’s a real geek, an awkward introvert who can’t cope with most […]

John-Luke Roberts: Stdad-Up

August 24, 2015

If you’ve seen John-Luke Roberts at the Fringe before, you’ll find a lot of Stdad-Up familiar. In terms of structure, it is similar to last year’s show, Stnad-Up, which dealt with a breakup of a […]

Beard: The Grin Of Love

August 21, 2015

If anyone had peered over my shoulder as I jotted down notes after witnessing Beard: The Grin of Love, they would have thought I was a lunatic. The notes include phrases like ‘kissing ghosts,’ ‘tennis […]

Journey To The Centre of Dead

August 20, 2015

From the minds behind Quiz Pump and Henry von Stifle, Journey to the Centre of Dead is quite probably the stupidest play on the Fringe this year. Cleverly, though, it has multiple levels of stupidity. […]

Lazy Susan: Double Act

August 18, 2015

Wearing clownish makeup and sporting a wide variety of hats and wigs, sketch duo Lazy Susan promise hijinks of the highest order. Lazy Susan are Celeste Dring and Freya Parker, two capable performers with an excellent […]

Massive Dad 2.0: Step Up 2 Massive Dad

August 17, 2015

Following a successful Edinburgh run last year, sketch trio Massive Dad have pulled out all the stops to make their 2015 outing as memorable as possible. They are introduced as if they are characters in […]

Daphne Do Edinburgh

August 13, 2015

There’s been a little bit of hype surrounding Daphne, the new sketch trio comprised of Phil Wang, Jason Forbes and token white man George Fouracres. All three have appeared at the Fringe before to good […]

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