If there’s a correlation between the space a comedian occupies and their career standing, then Tiff Stevenson is doing very nicely, thank you.
“While Yianni doesn’t flaunt it, the suspicion is he’s the smartest in the room. His clever logic and observations provide smiles, chuckles and laughs throughout.”
” I’ve had proper jobs, and so I know exactly how lucky I am to be paid to do what I do.”
“I get to do a job I love, but in doing that job I’ve made myself totally unemployable. If the work dries up I don’t see any prospective employers being thrilled about what I’ve been doing for over a decade.”
“If I wasn’t a stand-up, I would probably be very depressed! Comedy helps me cope with life.”
“I am aware that having Get Your Own Back at the Fringe this year has very much removed my show’s USP. But, whatever, go and see the man off the telly all you want, just know that nostalgia is no substitute for what I have.”
“Glenn Moore’s forty-five minutes are heavy with punchlines and proper gags; but his relaxed anecdotal style is an effectively low-key foil to what could end up being a show that bashes you about the head with jokes.”
Aisling Bea, Lou Sanders, Joel Dommett, Tom Parry, Mike Wozniak and Joe Lycett have been confirmed for the hit Edinburgh Fringe show.