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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 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

The Rob Pybus Three Minute Interview

The Rob Pybus Three Minute Interview

Based in London after graduating from Brighton University with a degree in Illustration, Rob Pybus works freelance in many areas of graphic design, animation and storyboarding. This year he’s presenting a unique comedy show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Continue Reading

The Holly Walsh Three Minute Interview

The Holly Walsh Three Minute Interview

Some people have got it. Holly Walsh most definitely does not. But who needs it when you've got a Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award and nearly two thousand Nectar points? Holy talks to Martin Walker via email about her latest Edinburgh Festival Fringe show. Continue Reading

The Glynn Jones Three Minute Interview

The Glynn Jones Three Minute Interview

This will be the fifth outing at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe for Glynn Jones, having performed in children's shows, new comedy writing, a sketch show and a musical. Quite a variety, but his first solo venture into stand-up comedy. Martin Walker asks Glynn about #Awkward Continue Reading

The Deborah Frances-White Three Minute Interview

The Deborah Frances-White Three Minute Interview

Comedian Deborah Frances-White was adopted as a new-born baby. This Edinburgh Festival fringe she presents the true story of her search for her biological family, Half a Can of Worms. A round the clock hunt for her birth mother, aunts, uncles, grandparents and brothers and sisters. Continue Reading

The Sara Pascoe Three Minute Interview

The Sara Pascoe Three Minute Interview

Everything that has happened to us shapes who we are today... does free will even exist? Who knows? Sara Pascoe is at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with Sara Pascoe vs History. Martin Walker asks the questions. Continue Reading

The Liam Hourican Three Minute Interview

The Liam Hourican Three Minute Interview

Liam Hourican is a TV personality, impressionist and semi-funny man. He was last seen in a starring role in Channel 4′s Very Important People, playing Gordon Ramsay, Simon Cowell, Simon Bird and many others. Now he’s appearing in the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with A Kitchen Nightmare. Continue Reading

The Alexis Wieroniey Three Minute Interview

The Alexis Wieroniey Three Minute Interview

Thirty-one years ago, a girl, Alexis Wieroniey, was born somewhere in suburban America. She got out, and moved to England, forever. Find out why in her stand-up comedy debut at the Edinburgh Festival, straight from sell-out performances at the Adelaide Fringe. Continue Reading

The Red Bastard Three Minute Interview

The Red Bastard Three Minute Interview

This Edinburgh Festival Fringe you can once again experience the exquisite monstrosity of Eric Davis’ brilliant creation, Red Bastard. Lines will be crossed and laughs will be had in this interactive feast of biting wit, mischievous improvisation, and physical prowess. Continue Reading

The Gillian Hardie Three Minute Interview

The Gillian Hardie Three Minute Interview

Writer/performers Gillian Hardie and Keddy Sutton’s arrival at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe follows sell-out performances and five-star reviews for their latest collaboration, Scottie Road the Musical. Having spoken to Keddy, Martin Walker asks Gillian about the show. Continue Reading

The Laurence Clark Three Minute Interview

The Laurence Clark Three Minute Interview

Internationally acclaimed comedian, presenter, actor and writer, Laurence Clark is back at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with his new stand up show, Moments Of Instant Regret, directed by the brilliant Matt Holt. Martin Walker finds out more. Continue Reading

The Mathilda Gregory Three Minute Interview

The Mathilda Gregory Three Minute Interview

When a prisoner requested Mathilda Gregory’s werewolf erotica novel, a court had to decide whether her work had enough literary merit to be allowed behind bars. Martin Walker caught up with Mathilda by email as she prepares for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Continue Reading

The Glenn Cosby Three Minute Interview

The Glenn Cosby Three Minute Interview

Glenn Cosby loved to cook and bake throughout his childhood and teens, but got distracted when he went to university. He became a teacher and started to bake again, but didn’t really get back into it seriously until the first series of the BBC’s Great British Bake Off. Continue Reading

The Chelsea Manders Three Minute Interview

The Chelsea Manders Three Minute Interview

Chelsea Manders is a mischievous and bold comedic folk singer. This August she will make her Edinburgh Fringe Festival debut with her show Don’t Tell My Dad. Martin Walker finds out more from the soon to be famous Canadian award winner. Continue Reading

The Juliette Burton Three Minute Interview

The Juliette Burton Three Minute Interview

In what promises to be a highly original Edinburgh Festival fringe show, Juliette Burton uses comedy, a power-point presentation, original music and interviews with a wide range of people, to celebrate the diversity of beauty. Martin Walker finds out more. Continue Reading

The Carl Donnelly Three Minute Interview

The Carl Donnelly Three Minute Interview

Carl Donnelly has spent part of the last year travelling around India, and the rest of it going through a divorce, so has plenty to talk about. As Martin Walker finds out, some of what Carl is set to reveal about himself in his latest Edinburgh Festival Fringe show, Now That's What I Carl Donnelly Vol. VI, may surprise his fans. Continue Reading

The Sammy J Three Minute Interview

The Sammy J Three Minute Interview

Sammy J thought it would be humorous to fly from Melbourne to Edinburgh, perform one show, then fly home. This is that show, Sammy J: Songbook. Known and loved for his catchy, filthy, nerdy musical comedy stylings, Sammy J has stuffed his hand luggage full of his favourite songs, and plans to rock out for precisely fifty-eight minutes before returning to the airport. Continue Reading

The Oscar Jenkyn-Jones Three Minute Interview

The Oscar Jenkyn-Jones Three Minute Interview

Thomas Pocket presents: Me (Oscar Jenkyn-Jones) is the debut solo show from exciting young absurdist Oscar Jenkyn-Jones. An hour-long sashay through moments of unlikely surrealism, impressions of inanimate objects, and silent thinking. This is a whirlwind of acute non-sequiturs; a show-within-a-show. Continue Reading

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