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FRINGE PREVIEW – Elliot Bibby, Bibism

Elliot Bibby makes his solo debut at the 2014 Edinburgh Fringe B’-ib-ism – Adjective – Informal Something insanely stupid yet said so innocently – but after pondered, is genius. Edinburgh’s Elliot Bibby will be performing his crazy, fast paced show for the first time in Edinburgh this year. His show promises to be ‘crammed full […]

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FRINGE PREVIEW: Steve Gribbin – Laugh At First Sight

Steve Gribbin is bringing his show Laugh At First Sight to Edinburgh this August. We’ve taken a sneak peak into his ‘diary’ to see how he’s feeling about performing in a week’s time. Fringe thoughts by Steve Gribbin: My last Fringe was in 1999, when the world and their significant other were worrying about The […]

PREVIEW – Pop-up Champagne Bar, Signet Library (Edinburgh Fringe)

The Signet Library will play host to a Pop-up Champagne Bar throughout the city’s most celebrated season The Signet Library is an ideal location to meet friends or colleagues during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with its impressive surroundings and beautiful architectural details. Last night we attended a preview evening of the newest Fringe venue in […]

FRINGE PREVIEW: Chris Martin: No. Not That One

“I quickly disappointed a lot of people,” says Chris Martin, talking about a recent appearance at a charity gig where he suspects a lot of the audience thought they were going to see his namesake. “But then I quickly made a lot of people happy.” Taking time out from his busy schedule (of ‘watching YouTube […]

FRINGE PREVIEW – Hairy Maclary (Miss Plum)

Family favourite Hairy Maclary returns to Edinburgh Following a totally sold-out run at the Fringe in 2010, Hairy Maclary and his friends are springing off the page and onto the stage once again this Summer. This year’s production will feature some new stories and a whole new look. We caught up with Miss Plum from […]

FRINGE PREVIEW – Keith Farnan: Money, Money, Money

In past appearances at the Fringe, Keith Farnan has used his own brand of investigative comedy to shine a light on topics including racism, women’s rights and capital punishment. This year, he turns his torch on the topic of cold hard cash in Money, Money, Money, asking such questions as what the psychological effects of […]

FRINGE PREVIEW – Carl Donnelly

Appearing solo at the Fringe for his third year in a row, acclaimed up-and-coming comedian Carl Donnelly is growing in confidence after a string of television appearances on the likes of Mock The Week and The Comedy Store Live It’s no huge surprise then that the theme of this year’s show is not giving a […]

FRINGE 2011 PREVIEW – Doug Segal: I Know What You’re Thinking

With the possible exception of a show you’re actually paid to watch, it’s hard to imagine better value than a four star show at the Fringe for free. British mind reader Doug Segal felt 2010 wasn’t a particularly great year for the recession hit events industry. Then, whilst taking some well-deserved time out in Thailand […]

PREVIEW – The 10:04s – Liquid Rooms, 11 June

If Edinburgh can be said to have an indie scene, then The 10:04s are right up there at the front of it flying the flag. Generating a large amount of interest in the city – and beyond – with their energetic and dynamic post-Libertines sound, the band have a live presence and attitude which increases […]