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#EdFringe17: Ellyn Daniels in Emotional Terrorism

#EdFringe17: Ellyn Daniels in Emotional Terrorism

Enjoy 15 minutes of stand up and chat with the powerful American comedian, Ellyn Daniels. Having trained as a ballet dancer and danced professionally in her late teens and early twenties, Ellyn was scouted by a modeling agent in Paris at the age of 17. What happened next? Continue Reading

#EdFringe17: Phil Ellis Has Been on Ice

#EdFringe17: Phil Ellis Has Been on Ice

Enjoy 10 minutes of Phil Ellis talking. Phil is one of those people who appear to have been born funny, almost unable to stop themselves from making others laugh. If the comedy gods awarded the most talented with the most success, Phil Ellis would be a household name the world over. Continue Reading

#EdFringe17: Kiri Pritchard-Mclean is an Appropriate Adult

#EdFringe17: Kiri Pritchard-Mclean is an Appropriate Adult

Enjoy 10 minutes of chat with Kiri. She is one of a growing group of Millennials who have decided that they don’t want to have children biologically but will adopt instead. Her Edinburgh show, ‘Appropriate Adult’ is described as an immoral comedian’s morality tale about other people’s lack of morals... Continue Reading

#EdFringe17: Sara Schaefer in a Little White Box

#EdFringe17: Sara Schaefer in a Little White Box

Enjoy 15 minutes of stand up and chat with Sara, the double Emmy award winning US comedian who is making her Edinburgh Festival Fringe stand up debut. Raised in the American South as a devout evangelical Christian, how does she feel about America today? Why do so many Christians support Trump? Continue Reading

#EdFringe17: Angela Barnes has reached Fortitude

#EdFringe17: Angela Barnes has reached Fortitude

Enjoy 15 minutes of stand up and chat with the popular comedian, writer and swimmer. Angela didn’t become a stand up until 33, only learnt to swim when she was 37, didn’t fall in love until 38 and passed her driving test at 39. Why the hurry? Continue Reading

#EdFringe17 Comedy Q&A: Rob Oldham

#EdFringe17 Comedy Q&A: Rob Oldham

Rob Oldham’s Brink is a stand-up show about family, politics, and growing up. There are also two jokes about bums. Our appetite wetted, we asked Rob a bunch of questions. Continue Reading

#EdFringe17 Comedy Q&A: Sean McCann from Rhapsodes

#EdFringe17 Comedy Q&A: Sean McCann from Rhapsodes

Rhapsodes is billed as a ground-breaking, unique improvised Shakespeare show, inspired by the bardic competitions of the ancient Athenian festivals. We fired a Q&A off to its co-star and co-creator of Showstopper! The Improvised Musical, Sean McCann. Continue Reading

#EdFringe17 Comedy Q&A: Michael Porter

#EdFringe17 Comedy Q&A: Michael Porter

Apparently, the Galway Tribune said that “Love & Brain Damage is so tragically funny it’s almost artistic.” The show isn’t listed in the Fringe brochure, or anywhere else. It may not even exist… But Michael seems very nice and we just had to find out more. Continue Reading

#EdFringe17 Comedy Q&A: Ian Smith

#EdFringe17 Comedy Q&A: Ian Smith

Ian Smith’s new Edinburgh show is called, ‘Ian Smith: Snowflake’ It’s about uniqueness… like everybody else’s. It’s also about a holiday he had in Tromso, Norway. We asked for the deets. Continue Reading

#EdFringe17 Comedy Q&A: Andy Barr

#EdFringe17 Comedy Q&A: Andy Barr

Andy Barr: Tropic of Admin asks and answers the question ‘what if a school administrator were marooned on a deserted tropical island?’ We wanted to know more, so we fired over a Q&A. Continue Reading

#EdFringe17: Jonny Pelham Will Just Shout Louder

#EdFringe17: Jonny Pelham Will Just Shout Louder

Jonny has fallen in love, ‘completed’ therapy, written a very good joke about Taylor Swift and much to his own surprise feels… happy. Enjoy 15 minutes of stand up and chat with the talented, intelligent, slightly dark, and very funny comedian. Continue Reading

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