Jena Friedman: Miscarriage of Justice

In these odd times when politics, if not human existence, seems to have jumped the shark, it’s hard to know what direction comedy should be going in. While a lot […]

Olga Koch: If/Then

In her second Edinburgh Fringe show, Olga Koch manages to cover a huge range of subject matter, her Russian background, her time in America, the different attitudes across the globe […]

Sukh Ojla: For Sukh’s Sake

There are plenty of Fringe shows about mental health (not that I’m complaining – as a comedy fan with depression, I tend to seek out these shows so I can […]