Bryony Twydle: Flamingo

After an earlier tweet where 2015 Funny Women Semi-Finalist, Bryony Twydle proclaimed being an emotionally exhausted, broken woman, excitedly awaiting her day off, I was happily surprised to see an […]

Micky Overman: Role Model

It’s increasingly common for acts to greet their audience at the door, it helps create a connection with the audience, gives them a chance to get the measure of who […]

Flo & Joan: Alive On Stage

Strap in for a fresh funny hour of catchy, witty ditties as real-life sisters Nicola and Rosie Dempsey present Flo & Joan Alive On Stage this Edinburgh. Opening with ‘Welcome’ […]

Sagar Dreamcast

After bringing us Sagar Mega Drive at last year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Fiona Sagar is back with the less popular Sagar Dreamcast. When I say less popular, I’m referring to […]

Baby Wants Candy

In what will be the show with the biggest cast I’ll see at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and one that is of a famously male art form, I was […]

Jen Brister: Meaningless

Contrary to what the title of the show might make you believe, this is an extremely meaningful show. Jen Brister is in her 40’s, angry and she’ll tell you all […]