The Playhouse, one of Edinburgh’s grandest venues, played host to the annual Comedy Gala; the biggest show of the festival boasting some of the biggest names in comedy.
Phil Ellis’ show was a confused, disjointed series of issues and odd, random chat-lacking punch lines.
Mind-blowingly brilliant, Shah’s sheer intelligence is astounding.
Power to Powell and his people, with a show that had plenty of promise and, at moments, was particularly perfect.
A variety show with a somewhat dark twist, Stand-Up Tragedy offers a medley of media and performers, each with very different takes on telling tragedy.
Absolute Radio DJ Christian O’Connell offers a well-structured and superbly amusing show recalling his attempts to complete every desire and dream his thirteen-year-old self set …
Carl Donnelly summarises his show perfectly as ‘stories about the world from the perspective of a cuban-heel-boot-wearing hippy!’ - a sharp and witty hour filled with brilliant…
Winner of the ‘Funny Woman of the Year’ Award, Suzy Bennett delivers a pleasantly fluent and fast-paced monologue recalling her quest for fame, which originated during her chil…
Katie Mulgrew’s debut solo Edinburgh show is a charmingly chatty walk through the comedian’s life, from the large-headed daughter of Jimmy Cricket who struggled as a child in s…
Self-proclaimed Jewish-Geordie Ben Van Der Velde offers a warm, witty and refreshingly passionate tale depicting his quest to rekindle the art of letter-writing and save it from it…
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