What do people need to know about you?
I will be seeing as many shows as possible (of course)
Twice Oxford Hammer and Tongue Regional Slam Champion and a member of the winning team at the 2013 Hammer and Tongue National Slam Championships, Tina has previously taken two solo shows to Edinburgh, both gaining five star reviews. Subtly subversive, she combines humour with dark undertones.
What are you up to this Fringe?
I am doing a full run of my solo show Tina Sederholm: The Good Delusion (8th -30th August) and helping out with Hammer and Tongue Slams, both in the Banshee Labyrinth. I am also appearing in the poetry game show Poetry Goes Pop and a slot at Stand-up Tragedy. I will also be seeing as many shows as possible (of course) and trying to stay sane enough so I am still able to form coherent sentences by the end of the Fringe.
What else are you going to see?
Rob Auton’s Water Show, Steve Larkin’s TES, Paula Varjack’s How I Became Myself (By Becoming Someone Else), Dan Simpson: Nerdsmith and Butt Kapinski’s Butt Kapinski.
What is your favourite word?
Palimpsest. I’m pretentious like that.