Irn Bru in the fridge and an exploding John Kearns – it must be the Edinburgh Fringe
Hatty speaks to Matthew Highton, Beth Vyse and Harriet Kemsley in the first episode of the Edinburgh Fringe podcast
Beth Vyse has emerged as one of the country’s most exciting and experimental character comics, culminating in her 2013 Edinburgh Fringe show Going Dark, which stood out as one of the most bonkers Festival encounters we have witnessed. Her 2014 is show is looking similarly madcap, camp and […]
Laugh Out London comedy club returns to the Camden Head in Camden on October 4 with a top line-up including Tom Craine, Nish Kumar, Caroline Mabey, Karl Schultz and Joz Norris for just £3.
I head to the Pleasance Igloo to meet the strange bearded man of the day before and find that he is a jolly old cove called Harry Deansway. Harry explains to me that to redefine his show, he wants it to be structured around a hard-hitting, urban double-act […]