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Fringe 2023: Sophie Sucks Face

Ever feared a family reunion? How about a family reunion where you must face your second cousin who you hooked with at the last reunion? Oh yeah, and the last…

Fringe 2023: Holly Spillar: Hole

Holly Spillar makes her Fringe debut with the wondrous Hole, an unconventionally hilarious deep dive into vaginismus, a psychosomatic condition that prevents some, or all, types of vaginal penetration. Opening…

Fringe 2023: Tom Little – The Reliably Funny Comedian You Want to See

Am I imagining this, or is this really happening? Questions like this went through my head constantly as I watched an experienced comedian flounder onstage. I can comfortably say this…

Fringe 2023: Marjolein Robertson: Marj

BBC New Comedy Awards 2022 finalist Marjolein Robertson returns to the Fringe with a new set that blends the Scottish folk tale with real-life trauma. Marjolein performs with warmth, flair…

Fringe 2023: John Robins – Howl

I don’t know if I ever want to see any show like Howl ever again. I have never felt anything walking away from a comedy show as wrenching as Howl.…

Fringe 2023: Mark Dean Quinn – Is This Enough

Well, is it? Here’s the premise: a man eats a lot of food. More specifically: he eats the same foodstuff, a whole kilogram of it, repeatedly, not so much ad…

Fringe 2023: Ari Eldjárn Interview

In the City Café directly opposite Monkey Barrel 4, where he had been performing the latest edition of his hit show Saga Class, Ari Eldjárn is enjoying a late lunch…

Fringe 2023: Lorna Rose Treen: Skin Pigeon

I first saw Lorna Rose Treen at her Bedlam Late show, Midlands Child Syndrome, where she gave us just a snippet of her full hour show of character comedy, Skin…