At last year’s Edinburgh Festival, Sad Faces pleased everyone with a shared interest in Japanse cinema and whimsical funnies with their Rashomon-inspired show Sad Faces Remember It Differently. This year, the boys (Tom Crowly, Tobi Wilson and Jack Bernhardt) continue the fast-paced sketch narrative approach with Sad Faces […]
Aisling Bea is heading up to the Edinburgh Fringe this year with a lot of expectation having won So You Think You’re Funny last year, appearing in numerous TV comedy things (Dead Boss, Cardinal Burns, Russell Howard’s Good News) and featuring in our top Festival stand-up recommendations for […]
Nish Kumar has been among our favourite comics ever since we first saw him at the Camden Crawl as part of the brilliant double-act The Gentlemen of Leisure. Since then, he’s focused on his solo career, hitting Edinburgh last year with a critically-acclaimed debut, and he’s back in […]
The surrealist streams of thought and extravagant dress sense of Joey Page are becoming more and more recognisable throughout the UK thanks to appearances on Never Mind the Buzzcocks (where he resembles Noel Fielding’s eager younger brother) and live shows that have evoked such comments as “wonderfully weird” […]
Want to see some comedy at the Edinburgh Fringe this year, but spent all your money on overpriced accommodation, umbrellas and Irn Bru? Well, you’re in luck. Because there is some great FREE comedy at the Festival that more than matches the paid-for alternatives.