Yeti’s Demon Dive Bar

August 24, 2016

Yeti’s Demon Dive Bar is the latest comic creation from EastEnd Cabaret, the Australian comic duo of Jennifer Byrne and Victoria Falconer-Pritchard. They made their Edinburgh debut in 2011 with The Revolution will be Sexual […]

Eleanor Conway: Walk of Shame

August 24, 2016

I never thought I’d have to call an audience obstinate, but the audience I was in for Walk of Shame probably fits. So many times a joke absolutely should have landed, but never even got […]

Jonny Pelham: Fool’s Paradise

August 23, 2016

As the son of two psychotherapists, it’s not surprising Jonny Pelham is prone to introspection and self-examination. Pelham’s second Edinburgh hour is a journey into his anxiety-ridden mind. Jumping from his early days as one […]

Brennan Reece: Everglow

August 23, 2016

There’s already an atmosphere of warmth in the aptly named Pleasance Bunker room, as an archaic wooden panelled TV presents Brennan’s animated logo upon the screen and Northern soul records generate a homely living room […]

Mr Swallow: Houdini

August 23, 2016

After the success of 2014’s Dracula – The Musical, Mr Swallow is back for another stab at musical theatre. The conceit of Houdini is that Mr Swallow has somehow been allowed to headline a biographical […]

Chris Turner: Observational Tragedy

August 23, 2016

You’d be forgiven for thinking Chris Turner is insane. I’m not 100% convinced he isn’t myself, but if he is insane, he’s at least insane in a way that lets him do funny jokes and […]

John-Luke Roberts Builds a Monster

August 23, 2016

John-Luke Roberts has been performing for more than 10 years and has multiple writing credits for radio under his belt including the creation of the radio show Spats which ran for 2 series in 2007-2008. […]

John Gordillo: Love Capitalism

August 23, 2016

John Gordillo started as a stand-up comedian in the 90’s before taking a break to concentrate on directing shows, yes even comedy shows have directors, then a stint on early digital TV with a show […]

Away Day

August 23, 2016

Away Day is an exercise in picking your targets. As a show it’s really quite mean-spirited, with almost all of the characters functioning as figures of ridicule or scorn. Those characters, however, are generally ones […]

Nina Conti: In Your Face

August 23, 2016

As the audience enters a short film plays on the massive screen at the front, of Monk, wandering about Edinburgh interviewing some smaller acts and recommending people see their shows, its a really nice touch […]

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