“While Raymond Mearns was rewarded with a full house on the night, the appreciative audience were the big winners.”
“I’ve only ever tried to offend Nazis. The trouble is, they don’t come to my shows.”
“I’d like to come away from Edinburgh having seen loads of inspiring comedy, have a good set I’m confident in, and never have to hear a bagpipe again.”
“I actually recommend Bummed By A Wolf, it’s very good, if not a little predictable.”
“I am sure I will find something to do when then they tell me I cannot do stand-up. I will probably be relieved. I don’t have a Plan B. This is it. It is comedy. Sorry.”
“The show almost certainly will go ahead just so long as I get past the one obstacle between me and Edinburgh 2015.”
2015 will see 50,459 performances of 3,314 shows from 49 countries in 313 venues across Edinburgh. The number of shows reflects a 3.8% increase on last year’s programme, with 14 new venues becoming involved in the Fringe from across the city.
Callum Moorin caught up with Piff to talk about his recent success in the US, what we can expect from the new show and if Mr Piffles could ever go solo.