Jim Campbell: Trampoline

August 18, 2018

  Returning to the Ed Fringe for the first time with a show in four years, Jim Cambell’s premise for Trampoline The premise is that’s he single, has an engagement ring for sale and those […]

James Meehan: Gaz

August 11, 2018

Gaz is an unconventional show. Conversational, sometimes angry, sometimes bleak, but frequently still very funny. James Meehan is a working-class comic at a festival dominated by the well off and rich. And he’s combatively so, […]

Ross Brierley: Accumulator

August 10, 2018

Ross Brierley is just as wide eyed and energetic as ever, despite having toned things down a notch since starting a show without his frequent collaborator Joshua Sadler (of ‘The Not So Late Show’). The […]

Jarred Christmas: Remarkably Average

August 8, 2018

Although Jarred may claim his genetics are nothing really to get excited about, his show at this year’s Fringe is definitely worthy of one’s attention. The somewhat hyperbolic Jarred has gone on a journey of […]

Aaron Calvert: Declassified

August 7, 2018

I’ve never been hypnotised before. It’s an experience I’ll tell you that. It’s here I have to confess I didn’t do any research before heading into Declassified. That’s partly because I like to review stuff […]

You have to be joking? Kwame Asante

August 1, 2018

  The joke that you loved but no one else did? I had (/have, because I’m still keeping the faith!) a joke about a Kiwi flatmate I used to live with when I was at […]

You have to be joking? Owen Roberts

July 29, 2018

  The joke that you loved but no one else did? My show this year has been co-written with a child, and although obviously there is lots of my work in there too. There is […]

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