Free and Easy

Free and Easy

For Free and Easy it pays to be very early at the Stand, or that wont just be the venue name. 

Sean Grant and Tiernan Douieb

Sean Grant and Tiernan Douieb

Douieb is first of the two performers on stage, discussing his other gigs of the day. 

It Is Rocket Science!

It Is Rocket Science!

Rocket Science is easier and much funnier than it sounds. 

The Storytellers' Club

The Storytellers' Club

When the doors only open fifteen minutes after the stated start time, it doesn’t bode well, but this show is worth the wait. 

Gavin Webster – Webster’s Pictionary

Gavin Webster – Webster’s Pictionary

Webster explains the show as a “plethora of different things” and it certainly is. 

Max and Iván: Exposed – The Edinburgh Fringe

Max and Iván: Exposed – The Edinburgh Fringe

Two comic actors play numerous different quirky characters, as the quest to read the big, breaking news goes on. 

Devlin’s Daily

Devlin’s Daily

Bruce Devlin interviews guests and lets them strut their stuff before an appreciative audience. 

The Real Daniel O'Donnell Show Presents: The Clock Hour

The Real Daniel O'Donnell Show Presents: The Clock Hour

Narrator Avis Sherman (Michael Legge) introduces the plan – twelve twisted tales. 

David Longley

David Longley

Longley quickly explains the plan for his show, that he calls “A Joke is Just A Joke. 

Barry And Stuart: Part-Time Warlocks

Barry And Stuart: Part-Time Warlocks

The show’s title gives little away, so when an electronic voice counts up the percentage complete, this looks likely to go geeky. 

Why We Ate Cliff Richard

Why We Ate Cliff Richard

Fandom turns dark in this comic tale of a pop idol, his fervent fans, and the quest for survival. 

Lucy Porter – The Bare Necessities

Lucy Porter – The Bare Necessities

Starting from a theme of love, and her love life problems, Lucy decided to make things less complicated by searching out the bare necessities. 

Rhod Gilbert and the Award-Winning Mince Pie

Rhod Gilbert and the Award-Winning Mince Pie

Rhod Gilbert bounces on stage, chatting to the audience. 

Paul Tonkinson – The Anti Mid-Life Crisis

Paul Tonkinson – The Anti Mid-Life Crisis

Many comics wouldn’t risk starting a show chatting about their hernia, but Tonkinson quickly gets up close and personal with his audience and their experiences. 

Josie Long – All of the Planet’s Wonders (Shown in Detail)

Josie Long – All of the Planet’s Wonders (Shown in Detail)

Josie Long’s effervescent cheeriness and excitement at all this world has to offer turns geeky, untouched topics in comedy goldmines. 

Andy Zaltzman Boldly Unbuttons The Cloak Of Civilisation, But Is Perplexed And Perturbed By What He Finds Lurking Beneath

Andy Zaltzman Boldly Unbuttons The Cloak Of Civilisation, But Is Perplexed And Perturbed By What He Finds Lurking Beneath

Andy Zaltzman’s main topic is always politics, meaning he can cover the audience’s democratic disillusionment, teachers’ pay, and the immigration issue in just a few linked sentenc… 

Felix Dexter - Not Just Another White Guy Lost in the Shuffle

Felix Dexter - Not Just Another White Guy Lost in the Shuffle

Starting with a song, Felix Dexter quickly moved onto gags, explaining the slightly racially dramatic title, and covering issues of black stereotypes.