Full Circle

I cannot help looking back to fringes past as I prepare for what will be the last visit I make to Edinburgh in this ‘run’. I first visited the Fringe in 1994. I returned the following year, but then ended up taking quite a few years off until I returned in 2002. I have visited…

Him and Me TV – The Two Faces of the Fringe

So today is Saturday and we’ve just done show number 2. Show number one was a small success, around 15 people in and an ok reaction but there was just an energy lacking that we usually like whilst on stage. We had to work really hard for that one. There were a few bits that…

Matt Kirshen – Interview

Matt Kirshen has performed around the world, including Singapore, Dubai, Holland, Germany, and France. In 2007, he enjoyed a successful run in NBC’s Last Comic Standing. Matt Kirshen has performed around the world, including Singapore, Dubai, Holland, Germany, and France. In 2007, he enjoyed a successful run in NBC’s Last Comic Standing. His other TV…

Britain’s Most Offensive Comedian

As the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton approaches one man aims to make the entire nation sing. Unfortunately for some that man is Kunt and the Gang and the song he wants to get everyone to sing is called F*cksticks. Internet users and by that term I mean teenagers who like filthy have already…

Mick Ferry – Interview

Mick Ferry has appeared on”Michael Macintyre’s Comedy Roadshow” as well “The Comedy Store” on the Paramount Channel. In 2009 he made his film debut in the Ken Loach film “Looking For Eric”. He’s also a keen Jamie Oliver enthusiast. Why do you go to the fringe and do comedy festival shows? I have a masochistic attitude towards money.…

Tony Law – Interview

Tony Law has been in loads of thing and mostly awesome in all of them. Broadcast shows he’s been in include Edinburgh and Beyond (Paramount Comedy), Loose Ends (Radio 4), 28 Acts In 28 Minutes (BBC Three), The Stand-Up Show (BBC One), Popcorn (Sky Movies) and Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle (BBC Two). Why do you go to the fringe and…

Steve Hall – Interview

Steve Hall was finalist in the 2002 Daily Telegraph Open Mic awards, and a finalist in the BBC New Comedy Award in 2003. Since then his credits include supporting Russell Howard on tour and has just returned from doing his own solo show at the Adelaide Festival. As part of the Sketch Group “We Are…