Felix Dexter - Multiple Personalities in Order

Felix Dexter - Multiple Personalities in Order

Old-school stand-up Felix Dexter presents himself and three characters for our comedy tonight. Chatting to us initially in his own persona, he handles latecomers nicely with humour and relaxes the room before launching into the first 'visitor' – transforming himself with the simple prop of a colourful hat into a Nigerian cook who is here to teach the men in the audience how to be as excellent and fashionable as he is... 

Nathan Caton - Breakfast at Stephanie's

Nathan Caton - Breakfast at Stephanie's

Tall, skinny and full of nervous energy, West Londoner Nathan Caton is here to entertain us with an hour of laughs. The 'Stephanie' name-checked in the show's title is his West-Indies granny who takes him to task for chucking a career in architecture in favour of stand-up... 

Andrew Lawrence: The Too Ugly For Television Tour 2010

Andrew Lawrence: The Too Ugly For Television Tour 2010

Andrew Lawrence is an angry man with a lot to get off his chest this festival. Looking like a miniaturised (though much moisturised) Robin Cook, he's blessed with the weirdest comedy voice to go with it – ranging from Elmer Fudd on helium, to a frightfully clipped British 1940's Pathé News voice-over artist depending on the requirements of each comic tale... 

Chris McCausland - Emotional Retard

Chris McCausland - Emotional Retard

Blind Liverpudlian stand-up Chris McCaulsland gets off to a good start with a gag about the portacabin hut that we're sitting in at the Pleasance Courtyard. Whilst there are occasional references to his blindness, there's very little in the way of Braille or guide-dog gags – tonight's show is more about him trying to understand his girlfriend's description of him as an emotional retard – an argument triggered after he ate the last chunky Kit-Kat in their house... 

Josh Howie: Gran Slam

Josh Howie: Gran Slam

Forced by economic circumstances to live with his 87 year old granny for the last 4½ years, Josh Howie has done what any good stand-up would do, and turned it into a Fringe show. With a set carefully staged to attract any passing grannies (comfy chair, tea and biccys nicely laid out), Josh takes us through his top ten tips for surviving with an old dear... 

Jeremy Lion Goes Green

Jeremy Lion Goes Green

Before I got there I really expected to hate this act – I've seen dozens of 'comedy characters' over the years, and very few of them can carry it off convincingly. Jeremy Lions is the happy exception, and had me literally weeping with laughter at several points... 

Patrick Monahan - I Walked, I Danced, Iran

Patrick Monahan - I Walked, I Danced, Iran

From the entrance where he's carried on stage á la Lady Gaga, to the grand finale involving the most unusual boy-band line-up you've ever seen, Patrick Monahan is a non-stop bundle of fun for the hour we're with him in the Teviot bar... 

Jim Jefferies: Alcoholocaust

Jim Jefferies: Alcoholocaust

Staid old Edinburgh University's McEwan Hall is unexpectedly pressed into service as a Fringe mega-venue for several hundred punters, like one of Morningside's blue-rinse ladies lifting her skirts with a flash of frilly knickers to show a sense of fun... 

Loretta Maine: I'm Not Drunk, I Just Need to Talk to You

Loretta Maine: I'm Not Drunk, I Just Need to Talk to You

The Caves on the Cowgate certainly can't be accused of over-selling itself as a venue - you get exactly what it says on the ticket as you're ushered into their dingy cellar, already pretty dank, even before the rain-sodden festival crowd percolates in and begins to gently steam... 

Brendon Burns: Y'Know - Love 'n' God 'n' Metaphysics 'n' Shit

Brendon Burns: Y'Know - Love 'n' God 'n' Metaphysics 'n' Shit

Nicely addressing the growing Fringe problem of how to keep an audience entertained during entry to a several-hundred seat mega-venue, Brendon Burns has adopted Dave Eastgate as a rock n' roll hobo sidekick to fill in during the 15 minutes it takes us all to file in... 

Tom Wrigglesworth's Nightmare Dream Wedding

Tom Wrigglesworth's Nightmare Dream Wedding

Starting with a video of him in distress in the worst hotel room ever, Tom Wrigglesworth spends an entertaining hour spinning us a complex yarn about how his wedding day came to end up in that grotty Las Vegas dive... 

Sean Hughes - Ducks and Other Mistakes I've Made

Sean Hughes - Ducks and Other Mistakes I've Made

Maybe it was the accidental bang on the forehead he gave himself before coming on stage, maybe it was the sparse Sunday night crowd, or maybe it was the higher than usual quota of front row nutters, but this particular show didn't really come together for Sean as I'm sure it could have... 

Addicted to Danger!

Addicted to Danger!

Steve McNeil & Sam Pamphilon transport you from a gloomy room in Edinburgh's Pleasance Courtyard to a whole variety of imagined scenarios, all of them worth a giggle, and many containing out-loud laughs... 

Luke Toulson: There Are So Many Things I Can't Do

Luke Toulson: There Are So Many Things I Can't Do

Bouncing on stage with a declaration that he's always wanted to play the smallest gig at the Festival, Luke Toulson is quick to establish a rapport with his small but perfectly formed audience in this compact, if somewhat sweaty room at the Pleasance... 

Laurence Clark: Spastic Fantastic!

Laurence Clark: Spastic Fantastic!

Laurence Clark sets out in his wheelchair to reclaim the word 'spastic' from its prejudiced past, armed only with slides, some secret camera film work and a wicked sense of humour.Fed up with worthies 'raising awareness' of the disabled, Laurence Clark sets out with his (self-professed) shit-loads of PowerPoint to look at how we use language to define people... 

Nick Mohammed Is A Character Comedian

Nick Mohammed Is A Character Comedian

Man of a thousand voices, Nick Mohammed certainly delivers on his promise of both characters and comedy in this well-written sketch show at the Pleasance.His Sloaney girls yahooing away as they showing their chums around Uni, a screamingly camp hairdresser, and a zany college professor carrying out ESP experiments (with a little magical help from the audience), all reveal him to be a great comedy find... 

The Adventures of Pink Peter

The Adventures of Pink Peter

Former Blue Peter presenter Stuart Miles gives us this three-woman show in which he plays all of the parts, in their full cross-dressed finery.His first character is a young, over-dressed fashion correspondent (think Janet Street-Porter) offering advice on how to look good during the credit crunch by shopping at Primark, and then critically dissecting the audience's outfits... 

The Jonny and Joe Show

The Jonny and Joe Show

Jonny & Joe are couple of young lads with an inventive and interesting series of sketches. The venue was ludicrously warm, so make sure you're well armed with a drink and something to fan yourself with before entering, but it was ok because the comedy on stage was red hot as well... 

Jason John Whitehead - The Joker

Jason John Whitehead - The Joker

Coming on the the strains of the Steve Miller Band's 'The Joker', Jason John Whitehead confesses that only a few day's into his run, it's already beginning to piss him off. He chose 'The Joker' as the title of his show, intending it to be a look back at the ten years of his comedy career, seeing how he had changed over that time... 

Comedy Haircuts – The Show (sort of)

Comedy Haircuts – The Show (sort of)

We've all had them – hairdressers who give you constant patter and banter whilst you're trapped in their chair, but Giovanni Monica - a professional barber from Wiltshire - decided a few years ago to take his love of laughter just that little bit further, pursuing a sideline as a stand-up comic... 

Markus Birdman: Sympathy for the Devil

Markus Birdman: Sympathy for the Devil

Markus Birdman wants to let us know that swearing CAN be big and clever after all, though as an ex-teacher he admits that it may not be appropriate in every job. Being an atheist from a religious family (Dad's a vicar), lets him bring a wealth of experience to a fun-filled hour of gags taking the mickey out of religious beliefs and stories... 

Zoe Lyons: Mangled Mantra of the Messed up Modern Mind

Zoe Lyons: Mangled Mantra of the Messed up Modern Mind

Zoe Lyons hits the stage running with an immediate gag about the messed up ticketing system at this year's Fringe and from there it's straight into her set about how she focuses on certain things to enable her to keep on going in today's world... 

Edward Aczel: Do I Really Have To Communicate With You?

Edward Aczel: Do I Really Have To Communicate With You?

Disembodied voices are not what you need to hear in a venue that's already as spooky as the Old Town's Underbelly, but that what you get at the start of Ed Aczel's comedy set as he introduces himself from offstage... 

Jason Byrne: Cats Under Mats, Having Chats With Bats

Jason Byrne: Cats Under Mats, Having Chats With Bats

I'm sure that Jason Byrne comes to Edinburgh every year with something in mind to talk to us about, but he always seems to find more madcap comedy in his punters than in any pre-prepared material, giving us the wonderful feeling that the show is somehow being uniquely knitted together before our eyes from audience interactions... 

Ladies In Waiting: Brownie Re-union

Ladies In Waiting: Brownie Re-union

Set in what could be an authentic Guide hut in the Pleasance, this show is built around a 25th reunion of an 80's Brownie troop as Brown Owl looks back at her girls and we get to see 'where are they now?' through a series of sketches... 

Josh Howie: Chosen

Josh Howie: Chosen

Josh Howie has an interesting past to say the least, which he shares which us to great comedy effect. What with his Buddhist childhood, his decision to train as a Rabbi, a spell following the religion of the native Americans, and his re-birthing in a Jacuzzi with his naked mother, it's really no surprise that he turned out to be a comic, bringing us a great selection of clever one-liners - from word-play and puns to make you squirm, through more cerebral material on race, religion and identity... 

Jim Jeffries: Hammered

Jim Jeffries: Hammered

If you like your comedy served crude, then Jim Jeffries is the man for you as nothing is taboo in his hour long swear-fest: rape, race, religion, disability and Kelly Osbourne all come in for a none-too-subtle pounding... 

Andrew Maxwell's Supernatural

Andrew Maxwell's Supernatural

Andrew Maxwell's been around a bit, and is here to tell us about it in his new show.Persistent hecklers were nicely brushed aside, but given that a large part of his set covers a gig he did this year inside a maximum security prison, he's more than used to tough audiences... 

Literally

Literally

Paul Parry, PowerPoint and a projector all combine to tell us why misuse of the word 'literally' is so wrong that an entire Fringe show must be given over to the topic.If Al Gore can trot around the globe PowerPointing-out the dangers of global warming, then why can't Paul do the same for the equally important (to him anyway) bugbear of this common grammatical faux-pas?Describing the show he's about to give us as “educational and almost amusing”, he tells us of his extreme annoyance at the non-literal use of “literally”, and how much pain it causes him... 

Bunny Galore Live and Sedated

Bunny Galore Live and Sedated

Join Bunny Galore in a cabaret set of red plush and fairy lights as she regales the audience with details of her life and career. She laments that after 50 years in the business her parts have dried up (as it were), so she's here with a song and a cocktail to briefly enliven our lives... 

The Gadabouts

The Gadabouts

Cheery performers Matt Rudge, Luke McQueen and Joe Bor seek to rid the world of glumness in this afternoon hour of quick-fire comic sketches.The lads largely succeed, with a well crafted bag of gags ranging from Allen keys being picked on by 'real keys', through posh newspapers looking down their noses at tabloids, to a somewhat strange but effective look at the Diet Coke man several years on... 

Stephen K. Amos – Weekend Chat Show

Stephen K. Amos – Weekend Chat Show

Steven K. Amos is back once again with his late night weekend chat show (as well as his regular stand-up slot every night). This year sees the addition of house band 'Axis of Awesome', who provided a couple of entertaining numbers in the show and are a great find... 

Danny Robins – Dannyfest

Danny Robins – Dannyfest

Get the whole summer festival experience over with in just an hour as Danny Robins takes you through all you need to know – from the Dance Tent, to the Main Stage to the drugs and the mud (fights)... 

Amused Moose Comedy's Hot Starlets

Amused Moose Comedy's Hot Starlets

Six acts are drawn daily from a rotating pool of stand-ups who seek to entertain in this talent spotting showcase.An imaginative transformation of the the gap site left after the Gilded Balloon venue burned down in 2002, sees this new urban garden in the Cowgate with 250 tonnes of sand topped off with various tents, bars and even a full-on skate-park... 

Natasha Wood: Rolling with Laughter

Natasha Wood: Rolling with Laughter

Billed as comedy in the Fringe programme, this engaging show would be equally at home in the drama section. Born with a spinal condition, Natasha Wood has used a wheelchair from early childhood and fills her hour at the Pleasance Dome with a monologue about her life, loves and hopes... 

Natasha Wood: Rolling with Laughter

Natasha Wood: Rolling with Laughter

Billed as comedy in the Fringe programme, this engaging show would be equally at home in the drama section. Born with a spinal condition, Natasha Wood has used a wheelchair from early childhood and fills her hour at the Pleasance Dome with a monologue about her life, loves and hopes... 

Des Clarke - Destiny

Des Clarke - Destiny

Des Clarke is one of the few indigenous Scottish stand-ups performing at the Fringe. Famous for his quick-fire delivery, you sometimes have to listen carefully to catch the throwaway gags buried in his stream of consciousness patter... 

Andrew Lawrence - Social Leprosy for Beginners and Improvers

Andrew Lawrence - Social Leprosy for Beginners and Improvers

It takes a lot of guts for a relatively unknown, strange-looking young comic to wander out on stage and challenge the audience from the off, but that's what Andrew Lawrence does. Opening with a chat to himself about how the crowd doesn't like him and is hoping that he's not going to be rubbish, he promises himself that he'll get a big laugh about 90 seconds after appearing... 

The Tommy Sheridan Chat Show

The Tommy Sheridan Chat Show

For those Broadway Baby readers unfamiliar with him, Tommy Sheridan is a Scottish left-wing politician who successfully sued the News of the World for suggesting that he'd taken part in three-in-a-bed romps (and worse)... 

Zoe Lyons - Fight or Flight

Zoe Lyons - Fight or Flight

Zoe Lyons spends an hour discussing common phobias, finding some fun in analysing what scares us all and why.Tucked away in an intimate little room in the Pleasance, she's able to chat to the audience and relax them into sharing some of their darkest worries... 

Jim Jeffries - 30

Jim Jeffries - 30

Jim Jeffries is a rude man. Very rude. If you don't like your comedy sprinkled liberally with the C-word then you'll need to give this one a miss. Otherwise there's all the usual good stuff in here - witty observation, misdirection, and the ability to spin a yarn... 

Charlotte Hudson & Leila Hackett: 'Two Left Hands'

Charlotte Hudson & Leila Hackett: 'Two Left Hands'

Hudson & Hackett are two young women with an established entertainment background (Hudson presents Brainiac, whilst Hackett has written for 'Smack the Pony'), and they come together here for an afternoon hour of easy comedy with a series of sketches around a seaside theme... 

Wil Hodgson - Straight Outta Chippenham

Wil Hodgson - Straight Outta Chippenham

For a chunky, 30ish, punk-rocker bloke, Wil Hodgson has a rather strange obsession with My Little Pony, confessing to having been a collector of these wee lumps of pink plastic and hair since an early age... 

Stephen K Amos - Weekend Talk Show

Stephen K Amos - Weekend Talk Show

Stephen K Amos joins the chat show brigade, setting out his sofa in the Teviot Ballroom.It's hard to review chat shows as there's such a reliance on each evening's guests. The night I saw scored evenly on hits and misses, but was all nicely held together by Stephen K Amos... 

Rhod Gilbert - Who's Eaten Gilbert's Grape?

Rhod Gilbert - Who's Eaten Gilbert's Grape?

With a decidedly down-beat, complaining style, Rhod Gilbert's stand-up is - paradoxically - a pleasure to watch.His takes the title of his set from the similarly-named film starring Johnny Depp, which Rhod claims has changed his life – allowing him to meet the woman of his dreams, start a family and so on... 

Justin Moorhouse - Who's the Daddy?

Justin Moorhouse - Who's the Daddy?

Justin Moorhouse's unusual style grabs you from the off. He's like an old-school 1970's comedian, with a bit of an overhaul but still recognisably end of the pier. With a nice line in audience banter and self-deprecating humour, he's basically an old-fashioned 'fat-northern-bloke-leaning-on-a-microphone-stand' comic, with stuff that I didn't think you could still get away with – mother-in-law gags, references to his ex-wife as a 'boot', and an ongoing reliance on fat gags... 

Jason Byrne’s Telly Idea, Which May Also Work On The Radio…Show!!

Jason Byrne’s Telly Idea, Which May Also Work On The Radio…Show!!

In an increasing trend amongst the big-name comics, this is Jason Byrne's 'other show', and this year involves grabbing four guest celebrities as panellists for the top table, a couple of random punters from the audience to keep the score and count the sweary words (of which there are quite a few)... 

Jerry Sadowitz - Comedian, Magician, Psychopath

Jerry Sadowitz - Comedian, Magician, Psychopath

Scotland's answer to, well just about every other magician you've ever seen, sets the tone of the show from the opening line of “Good evening, you're all a bunch of c***s”, and it pretty much heads straight downhill from there... 

Josie Long: Trying is Good

Josie Long: Trying is Good

Former if.com best newcomer winner is back this year with her second Edinburgh show.There's an 'emo' feel about Josie's comedy – a slightly twisted outsider looking at the world and wondering how everyone seems to be so damn normal except her and a few of her fellow eccentrics... 

What The World Needs

What The World Needs

Oh Dear.BroadwayBaby.com is pleased to announce a competition to find some new swear words. The English language's profanities do not begin to do justice to how awful this show really is... 

Paper Monkeys: Legends

Paper Monkeys: Legends

Paper Monkeys are a group of four young actors performing a hilarious tea-time sketch show.Borrowing IKEA's uniforms and premises for an hour, they blow you away with a quick-fire series of witty adult sketches involving legends, gods and superheros... 

Phil Nichol

Phil Nichol

Presumably one of the few stand-ups to be appearing at Edinburgh with his own three-piece backing band, Phil Nicol returns to the Stand with a shaggy-dog story of a set, involving a cast of Phil's Canadian flatmates, The Rolling Stones, and an unexpected star in a Japanese stalker called Hiro... 

Jason Byrne - Shy Pigs With Wigs Hidden In Twigs

Jason Byrne - Shy Pigs With Wigs Hidden In Twigs

Jason Byrne is a lucky man when it comes to unearthing material before his very eyes. I don't know what comedy God he prays to, but who else would be lucky enough in the opening minutes of a set to pick on a random audience member and land a sixteen year old American called Elk, son of a circus clown? Comedy gold, You could make a whole show out of that alone, but then he noises up another punter who happens to be a heavy metal fan from Cyprus... 

Laurence Clark - 12% evil?

Laurence Clark - 12% evil?

This show is all about stereotypes: why they matter, why they hurt, and why they can be strangely and yet compellingly funny at times.As someone with cerebral-palsy who uses a wheelchair, Laurence has a lot to say on the subject of stereotypes – most of it thought-provoking, or funny, or both... 

Stephen K Amos - More of Me

Stephen K Amos - More of Me

After last year's storming Edinburgh performance in “All of Me”, Stephen K Amos returns with another great comedy outing in “More of Me”.This is clearly a well thought-out and carefully constructed show, but Stephen's skill in handling the audience makes it all look supremely effortless... 

Sin!

Sin!

The Horny Devils are a local foursome, performing sketches, songs and poems set around the theme of Sin and mostly written as part of an Edinburgh University course. As such, you’re not getting top-notch, big name comedy material here and it has a bit of a “let’s put on a show” amateurish feel to it... 

Dan Willis – RadioHead

Dan Willis – RadioHead

Dan Willis wants to talk to you about the songs that he loves; about the feel-good music in his collection that takes him back to his happy memories. He does point out early on the contradiction in naming his show after a band that could be sponsored by Prozac, but hey, there you go... 

Tim Minchin – So Rock

Tim Minchin – So Rock

An hour of intelligent comedy mostly set to song from this Aussie comic. Tim Minchin will tackle the darkest of subjects (from “would he shag someone else if his wife was dying of cancer?” through cot-death and kiddie-porn references, to an entire song dedicated to the perineum)Looking like a deranged pixie, Minchin opens with a clever number involving invisible instruments before settling down at the piano for real... 

Jason Byrne - Sheep For Feet and Rams For Hands

Jason Byrne - Sheep For Feet and Rams For Hands

OK, he just has to get the five stars. The audience were eating out of the palm of his hand all night. Having said that, I didn’t really see much of his planned set because the constant audience interruptions and ‘happenings’ meant that we didn’t let him do it... 

Shappi Khorsandi - Asylum Speaker

Shappi Khorsandi - Asylum Speaker

Shappi Khorsandi is the daughter of an Iranian asylum seeker who came to the UK in the 70’s. Educated here, she’s as English as an Enid Blyton heroine, whilst retaining her Iranian heritage and family traditions... 

Also, Comedy and Me

Also, Comedy and Me

Don’t get me wrong, Sabrina George is a very likeable person. She has a bubbly and engaging personality absolutely perfect for comedy – she reminded me of a young Dawn French at times... 

Jim Henson’s Puppet Improv – Adults Only

Jim Henson’s Puppet Improv – Adults Only

OK, this is not, repeat, not a kids’ show. Despite the presence of cute, fluffy animals on stage, you’ll find that they mostly have an actor’s hand up their bum, and they probably swear just as much as you or I would if we found ourselves in the same situation... 

That Canadian Guy

That Canadian Guy

Glen Foster is ‘That Canadian Guy’ even in Canada apparently, where he’s been a headline stand-up for over twenty years, but he’s happy enough if you can’t remember his real name and just focus on the laughs... 

Karen Dunbar

Karen Dunbar

The mainly Scottish audience were warmly appreciative of the wee funny lassie from the BBC’s Chewin’ the Fat sketch show.Apart from one accidental lapse into the science mistress from that show, this is a Fat-free zone, as she takes us through an hour of witty observational comedy, from increased bodily noises and pubic hair profusion as she ages, to the delights of the all-you-can-eat Chinese buffet as enjoyed by the Scots... 

DJ Danny - Music Therapy

DJ Danny - Music Therapy

High-school teachers by day, DJ Danny and his glamorous assistant (the P.E. Master) really only come out to play at night. This is essentially the revenge of the geek, as DJ Danny dons the white trackie-bottoms, spins up the decks, fires up the PowerPoint, and takes us through an hour of music-as-therapy for the woes of the world... 

Phil Nicol: The Naked Racist

Phil Nicol: The Naked Racist

Pay attention – you’re going to have to focus carefully to keep up with the Canadian comedy whirlwind that is Phil Nicol, but it will be worth it.His set starts with a row with his girlfriend that leaves him spending a weekend in Amsterdam by himself, and he uses this to hang out some terrific comedy lines... 

Robin Ince Isn't Waving

Robin Ince Isn't Waving

Robin Ince has had a bad month: after a major flood left his house and record collection full of human sewage, he talks to us about claiming compensation from Thames Water; about having a difficult gig in Newcastle; and about his middle class sense of wrongdoing that comes from using McDonald’s loos without making a purchase... 

Scott Capurro: Yankee Dog-Pig

Scott Capurro: Yankee Dog-Pig

OK, let’s get this out of the way; Scott Capurro is a gay man who stands on stage with the mike and goes for the jugular – no target is spared and he will be offensive about or to anyone or anything during his observational comedy set... 

Craig Hill's Kilty Pleasures

Craig Hill's Kilty Pleasures

Craig Hill has a fabulous gay entrance. No, really. Stop tittering up the back there.He returns to the glamorous Assembly Ballroom, opening with a crowd-pleasing, mincing dance routine that’s bound to see him captured and made to work for the Lady Boys at next year’s Fringe... 

Lick & Chew - The World Is Just Enough

Lick & Chew - The World Is Just Enough

Lick and Chew are a boy/girl duo taking you through a whirlwind series of sketches held together nicely by an underlying travel theme.Opening with a riff on the over-the-top descriptive language and destinations in travel mags (think Costa Rican cloud forest spa hotels), the pair begin a series of rapidly-changing sketches and songs... 

Slaughterhouse Live

Slaughterhouse Live

A series of skits performed by three of what have to be the maddest performers on the Fringe (any madder and they’d be locked up). The whole thing is held together under the premise of being an evening’s programming on the ADHTV channel (that’s Attention Deficit Hyperactivity TV for those not in the know)... 

Stephen K Amos - All Of Me

Stephen K Amos - All Of Me

One of the top stand-ups at the Fringe, Stephen K Amos crafts a fine hour of comedy based on some deep self-contemplation.He begins the main section of the show by telling us about his time at primary school, inventing for himself a more glamorous, showbiz series of black relatives in order to gain kudos in the in his deeply white 1970’s Midlands school playground... 

20 Years - And Still In The Pink

20 Years - And Still In The Pink

Mervyn looks back on two decades of performing at the Fringe in this one-man-and-his-guitar show, playing some of his favourite comic songs from previous years, mulling over changed times, and coming to terms with being an aging baby-boomer... 

Neil Edmond - Knocker

Neil Edmond - Knocker

Anorak comedy as a market researcher tells us about his (none too exciting) life on the doorsteps of Britain, reports back on his survey in a random part of Edinburgh designed for him by yesterday’s audience, then takes your suggestions for tomorrow’s research so the whole cycle can repeat again...