A set of three funny comedians in a warm and comfortable venue. Just the Tonic comedy club night with Milton Jones is worth grabbing tickets for should it return to Edinburgh. Let’s hope it does!
Paddy starts weak but finds his pace with witty commentary on living with strangers, property, trauma, Hitler, and more. He has the energy, confidence, and skills to entertain crowds.
Nabil Abdulrashid: The Purple Pill will make you acknowledge that we’ve screwed up but can still turn things around. This comedian has a powerful message and isn’t shy about sharing it. There’s laughter and tears.
Paul Merton’s Impro Chums is a welcome return to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and Paul Merton, Suki Webster, Richard Vranch, Mike McShane and Kirsty Newton are in fine comedic form.
An elegant and sophisticated way to laugh your head off and put the world right. Cheese Master Marcus Brigstocke is a fine host, charismatic and witty comedian. You’ll be lucky to get tickets, but try!
Best of Edinburgh Showcase Show with Sian Davies, Ali Woods, Paul F Taylor, Rosie Holt and Darren Harriott is a cracking success. Showcases are a gamble, but this Pleasance Courtyard-based bet paid off.
Yesterday was the second time I’ve seen Tape Face here in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. I think he’s altered his branding from The Boy With Tape on His Face to just Tape Face, but it is the same premise; getting the audience to do things with expressions and musical queues. It works a treat. The […]
Paul Merton and his Impro Chums are always on my to-watch list for the Fringe. They’ll fill out the largest venue at the Pleasance Courtyard, every time, so book well in advance. This year we had familiar faces in the Chums; Suki Webster, Richard Vranch, Lee Simpson and Mike McShane. They’re all so good it’s […]