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The Dan Clark Three Minute Interview

The Dan Clark Three Minute Interview

Best known as Don Danbury from BBC3's cult hit sitcom How Not To Live Your Life and Johnny Two Hats from The Mighty Boosh, Dan Clark is back at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe after a few busy years away. Martin Walker asks about Me, My Selfie & I. Continue Reading

The Dan Willis Three Minute Interview

The Dan Willis Three Minute Interview

At the 2012 Edinburgh Fringe Festival Dan Willis performed six one hour shows a day for a month, repeating no jokes, breaking comedy world records and cementing himself as the single most experienced festival act in history. Martin Walker wonders what he’s doing in 2014… Continue Reading

The Devvo Three Minute Interview

The Devvo Three Minute Interview

YouTube phenomenon, Devvo is Darren Devonshire, an English working class youth. He lets filmmaker David Firth follow him around and record his life in exchange for cigarettes, alcohol and small change. This year he returns to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Continue Reading

The Gareth Cooper Three Minute Interview

The Gareth Cooper Three Minute Interview

The former member of the Delete the Banjax sketch group, Gareth Cooper, returns to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe to share an hour of stand-up comedy with Dan Cook. Martin Walker talks to Gareth by email about what audiences should expect. Continue Reading

The George Rowe Three Minute Interview

The George Rowe Three Minute Interview

At the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this year you can experience a trio of stand-ups and musicians make tracks with you, the audience, for the next pop sensation, Mr. Kirby. We’re promised beats, art, stories, loops, samples and gags. Martin Walker talks to George Rowe via email about the show. Continue Reading

The James Dowdeswell Three Minute Interview

The James Dowdeswell Three Minute Interview

James Dowdeswell jokes about booze. The ultimate happy hour. Why are ales crafty? Why do girls taste better than boys? What's wrong with a sideways glance at merlot? What's it like to grow up in a West Country pub? Find out at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe with James’ new show, Wine, Ale and I. Continue Reading

The James Meehan Three Minute Interview

The James Meehan Three Minute Interview

James Meehan and Will Duggan are friends who also happen to be stand-up comedians. At this year’s Edinburgh Festival fringe, you can watch them do thirty minutes of stand-up comedy each, as they prepare for their future debut hour long solo shows, when they can finally stop working together. Martin Walker talks to James via email. Continue Reading

The James Veitch Three Minute Interview

The James Veitch Three Minute Interview

In James Veitch’s 2014 Edinburgh Fringe show, The Fundamental Interconnectedness of Everyone with an Internet Connection, he investigates scam emails, distant princes, unclaimed inheritance and close friends marooned in a foreign country. Standard procedure is to delete on sight, but what happens if you reply? Continue Reading

The Jay Islaam Three Minute Interview

The Jay Islaam Three Minute Interview

Edinburgh Festival Fringe goers can enjoy a live recording of a daily podcast in a showcase of comedy, sketches, spoken word, music and variety acts from the Fringe. Martin Walker talks to PodComedy host Jay Islaam, about his own controversial show, which has been banned in some venues in the UK. Continue Reading

The Jennifer Belander Three Minute Interview

The Jennifer Belander Three Minute Interview

Jennifer Belander’s 2014 Edinburgh Festival Fringe offering, is MommAutism, a one-woman show about raising a son with autism. She created the show to highlight issues most parents of autistic children have to deal with, whilst having a good laugh about the whole experience. Martin Walker finds out more. Continue Reading

The Demi Lardner Three Minute Interview

The Demi Lardner Three Minute Interview

Award winning Australian comedian, Demi Lardner, describes herself as a writer and jungle cat fighter. According to her website she grew up in constant fear of birds. Her first stage appearance was at age sixteen and she’s never looked back. Martin Walker asks about her 2014 Edinburgh Fringe show, Birds With Human Lips. Continue Reading

The Sarah Campbell Three Minute Interview

The Sarah Campbell Three Minute Interview

Have you been mis-sold PPI? Sarah Campbell hasn’t either and her friend got seven grand! This Edinburgh Festival Fringe you can join Sarah for an hour of mind-blowing stand-up. Martin Walker interrupts her writing the impressions show, Dead Ringers, to ask about her latest Fringe offering. Continue Reading

The Pippa Evans Three Minute Interview

The Pippa Evans Three Minute Interview

Character comic Pippa Evans first made a splash on the comedy scene with an incredibly successful debut Edinburgh show in 2008, when she was nominated for the if.comedy Best Newcomer Award. She returns to the Fringe this year with a show… about being Pippa. Continue Reading

The Lizzy Mace Three Minute Interview

The Lizzy Mace Three Minute Interview

In July and August last year Lizzy Mace spent six weeks studying improvisation and sketch comedy at the legendary Second City Training Center in Chicago. She then teamed up with award-nominated director Logan Murray to devise her new character-based solo show. Which brings us to this August and her two shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Continue Reading

The Cal Wilson Three Minute Interview

The Cal Wilson Three Minute Interview

A diverse and prolific character comedian, Cal Wilson bounces between Australia and New Zealand. This Edinburgh Festival fringe you can see who she might have been if she'd made different decisions… Like become a surgeon. Or a poet. Or a dude. It Could Have Been Me. Continue Reading

The Laura Witz Three Minute Interview

The Laura Witz Three Minute Interview

Laura Witz founded the Edinburgh-based Charlotte Productions in 2009 and has since brought numerous plays about female history to the Fringe, including 2012’s Miss Marchbanks. This year’s play found its initial inspiration in the introduction of wholemeal bread… Features Editor James T Harding thought it as the yeast he could do to find out how Laura plans to rise to the occasion this festival. (Cue Groan.) Continue Reading

The MargOH! Channing and MAN-ee Champagne Three Minute Interview

The MargOH! Channing and MAN-ee Champagne Three Minute Interview

MargOH! Channing and MAN-ee Champagne are two delightful queens bringing fermented realness from New York to Edinburgh this August for a late-night run at The Laughing Horse. James T Harding caught up with the 2014 MAC Nominee for Best Drag Artist and her pals for a quick gin and chat. And another few gins after that. Continue Reading

The Lucy Ayrton Three Minute Interview

The Lucy Ayrton Three Minute Interview

Lucy Ayrton made her Fringe debut in 2012 when her first show, Lullabies to Make Your Children Cry, won her a Best Newcomer award at PBH's Free Fringe, along with a host of glowing reviews. Her new show, Lucy Ayrton: The Splitting of the Mermaid, tells the story of May, a mermaid so desperate to have a child that she is prepared to become human (losing her body, her voice, and her home) to do it. It's a retelling of The Little Mermaid updated to the present day and set in Hull. Grace Knight got in touch to talk feminism, fairy tales, and the female body. Continue Reading

The Julie Ford Three Minute Interview

The Julie Ford Three Minute Interview

A finalist at the Windsor Fringe Drama Festival, Julie Ford is preparing to premiere her new play, Totally Devoted, at theSpace this Fringe. The show is about three mature housewives who are absolutely obsessed with Robert Pattinson, so naturally our Features Editor James T Harding wanted to know more. Continue Reading

The Laura Ollerton Three Minute Interview

The Laura Ollerton Three Minute Interview

Bursting onto this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe with a potent blend of mutual musings, surreal sketches and extraordinary stories, this energetic duo, Carter and Ollerton, will roast your cockles and beguile you through to midnight. Martin Walker talks to Laura Ollerton about the debut of a double act. Continue Reading

The Brent Weinbach Three Minute Interview

The Brent Weinbach Three Minute Interview

According to his website, Brent Weinbach's stand-up comedy is weird and stupid and visual and post-modern and random… plus he has a t-shirt with his name and his face on it. Martin Walker asked about his Edinburgh Festival Fringe show, Appealing to the Mainstream. Continue Reading

The Naomi Carter Three Minute Interview

The Naomi Carter Three Minute Interview

Actor and comedian, Naomi Carter describes herself as both lucky and crazy enough to be doing two shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this year. She shares a line up with three stand-ups in 4 on Demand and is part of a sketch act called Carter & Ollerton: Won’t Go Quietly. Continue Reading

The Ian Hall Three Minute Interview

The Ian Hall Three Minute Interview

Edinburgh Festival fringe show, An Hour of Ian was the winner at this year's Dave's Leicester Comedy Festival. Bereft of an exciting name or personality, Ian Hall dreams of being called ‘a real character’ but really just pretends to be a plethora of people he made out of his brain. Continue Reading

The Robyn Perkins Three Minute Interview

The Robyn Perkins Three Minute Interview

Robyn Perkins has been performing stand-up for almost three years. She is renowned for her friendly, chatty style and delivering an honest and entertaining depiction of her life through her comedy. Martin Walker asks Robyn about her Edinburgh Fringe show. Continue Reading

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