Culture

22 July 2017

Mike Bubbins Dicusses His New Show 'Retrosexual Male'

Mike Bubbins’s new stand up show ‘Retrosexual Male’ will be at the Assembly George Square 4 for the month of August so we caught up with him to talk about ...

21 July 2017

Maria Shehata Discusses The Inspiration For Her New Show 'Wisdomless'

After seven years of being single in LA, I finally met someone I connect with. So what if he lives in London? Dating in LA was hard, it is not ...

21 July 2017

Micky P Kerr Discusses His New Show 'Lay-z'

Micky P Kerr’s comedy show  ‘Lay-z’ will be at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival at the Just The Tonic Caves Wee One for the month of August so we caught up ...

20 July 2017

Naomi Sheldon Discusses The Inspiration For Her New Show Good Girl

Good Girl was born in the audience of a Bridget Christie show. I looked at this brilliant, furious, articulate woman raging emotionally about the state of the nation and I ...

20 July 2017

Michael Stranney Discusses His New Show 'Welcome To Ballybeg'

Michael Stranney’s Edinburgh Fringe show ‘Welcome To Ballybeg’ will be at the Pleasance Courtyard – Below for the month of August so we caught up with him to talk about ...

19 July 2017

Annie McGrath Discusses The Inspiration For Her New Show 'Ambivert'

I took a personality test earlier this year to find out if I was an introvert or an extrovert. My results came back negative…  I’m neither introvert nor extrovert. Apparently, ...

19 July 2017

What It's Like To Go Viral By Ashley Storrie

“I’ve gone Viral” there was a time when your mother really didn’t want to hear that. Now my mother beams and informs my cousins at funerals (the only time they ...

18 July 2017

Sisters Discuss The Inspiration For Their New Show 'White Noise'

It all started at our 40 minute show at last year’s Fringe. We were fairly new to the game, playing what we think must have been an abandoned office (bits ...

18 July 2017

Steve Bugeja Discusses His New Show 'Summer Camp'

My show Summer Camp is inspired by real life true events.  When I was 19 I worked on a kids camp in Pennsylvania, USA for 6 weeks.  I had zero ...

18 July 2017

Why You Should Love The Skin You're In By Lauren Pattison

Growing up with social media is a blessing and a curse, all wrapped up in a complicated bow of empowerment and insecurity and finished off with a Valencia filter. #LuckyGirl! ...

17 July 2017

Olaf Falafel Discusses His New Show The Marmosets Of My Mind

Olaf Falafel presents The Marmosets Of My Mind at The City Café so we caught up with him for a quick Q and A.  Please tell us about your brand of ...

17 July 2017

Do’s And Don’t s Of Giving A Speech By Rachel Parris

Rachel Parris is bringing her brand new hour Keynote to the Edinburgh Fringe this year so she wrote a piece for us on giving speeches to celebrate.  Use humour. If ...

17 July 2017

How To Work With Your Best Friend

Working with your best friend can be difficult. Fraught with battles over workload, time management and who makes the tea. But the founding and only members of Next Best Thing, ...

16 July 2017

Markus Birdman Discusses His New Show 'Between The Devil & The Deep Blue Sea'

MARKUS BIRDMAN’s new comedy show ‘Between The Devil & The Deep Blue Sea’ will be at the Laughing Horse Br 50 for the month of August so we caught up ...

15 July 2017

A Day In The Life Of Carmen Lynch

I live in a tiny bedroom that consists of mostly mattress, or as my boyfriend calls it, my “life raft” because I keep so much on it just so I ...

14 July 2017

Larry Dean Discusses His New Show 'Fandan'

Larry Dean’s new stand up show ‘Fandan’ will be at the Monkey Barrel Basement for the month of August so we caught up with him to find out what we can expect.  ...

13 July 2017

Q And A With Margaret Thatcher Queen of Game Shows

Margaret Thatcher Queen of Game Shows is at Assembly George Square Gardens throughout the Edinburgh Festival Fringe so we caught up with her for a little Q and A.  Please ...

13 July 2017

Ellyn Daniels Discusses Her New Show 'Emotional Terrorism'

I always hated the idea of a “one-woman show”. Just the term, “one-woman show” made me cringe and feel embarrassed for any woman who would dare to get on a ...

13 July 2017

Kae Kurd Discusses His New Show 'Kurd Your Enthusiasm'

Kae Kurd’s Edinburgh Festival show ‘Kurd Your Enthusiasm’ will be at the Pleasance Courtyard Bunker 2 for the month of August so we caught up with him to talk about ...

12 July 2017

Lucy J Skilbeck Discusses Their Show 'Joan'

JOAN is a drag king play about Joan of Arc. It’s a properly fun, sharp retelling of the Joan of Arc legend, set in medieval France-via-Bolton nightclub. Joan made history ...

12 July 2017

Jessica Barker-Wren Discusses Her New Show 'COW'

I wrote a play that takes place mostly inside a whale and required at least five actors doubling, I showed it to Lucy Wray (Director, friend, all round rock) who ...

12 July 2017

Eleanor Conway Discusses Her New Show 'Walk Of Shame'

Walk of Shame is a show I wrote when I first got sober back in 2014, it’s a show about the extremes I go to in life and where it ...

12 July 2017

Geoff Norcott Discusses His New Show 'Right-Leaning But Well-Meaning'

Geoff Norcott's 'Right-Leaning But Well-Meaning' is at Underbelly George Square in August so we caught up with him for a little Q and A.  Please tell us about your brand of ...

12 July 2017

Julio Torres Discusses His New Show 'My Favourite Shapes'

Julio Torres’s debut comedy show at the Edinburgh Fringe ‘My Favourite Shapes’ will be at the Underbelly Belly Laugh on Cowgate for the month of August so we caught up ...

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