Edinburgh 2010

Review: Adam Hills: Mess Around – Assembly @ Assembly Hall, Edinburgh.

Review: Adam Hills: Mess Around – Assembly @ Assembly Hall, Edinburgh.

For those not familiar with Adam Hills' work, the Spicks & Specks host usually goes to great lengths to craft structured, considered shows.…

Review: Jason Cook: The End (Part 1) – The Stand, Edinburgh.

Review: Jason Cook: The End (Part 1) – The Stand, Edinburgh.

Basing your Edinburgh show - albeit loosely - on the day you thought you were going to die doesn't sound like a situation that contains much comedy potential.…

Review: Chris Ramsey: Aggrophobic – Pleasance Hut, Edinburgh.

Review: Chris Ramsey: Aggrophobic – Pleasance Hut, Edinburgh.

Chris Ramsey's debut debut solo show at the Edinburgh Fringe, 'Aggrophobic', is an affable, entertaining performance from the Northern comedian.…

Review: Dan Willis (Michael Jackson: World’s Greatest Entertainer) – Espionage, Edinburgh.

Review: Dan Willis (Michael Jackson: World’s Greatest Entertainer) – Espionage, Edinburgh.

Directly following Dan Willis' ‘Ferris Bueller's Way Of...', the Newcastle comic performed a themed show in the same venue as a non-offensive, humorous tribute to Michael Jackson.…

Review: Adam Hills: Mess Around – Assembly@Assembly Hall, Edinburgh.

Review: Adam Hills: Mess Around – [email protected] Hall, Edinburgh.

This year Adam Hills has thrown out the rule book. He declined to write an Edinburgh show, instead opting to ‘mess around' with members of the audience as he says they're ‘instantly more fascinating than any attention seeking comedian on-stage'.…

Review: Richard Herring: Christ On A Bike – Assembly@George Street, Edinburgh.

Review: Richard Herring: Christ On A Bike – [email protected] Street, Edinburgh.

'I consider Richard Herring to be one of the must-see performers of any Edinburgh Festival', writes Jamie Stubbs.…

Review: Daniel Kitson: It’s Always Right Now, Until It’s Later – Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh.

Review: Daniel Kitson: It’s Always Right Now, Until It’s Later – Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh.

There's always one show at Edinburgh that blows you away with its linguistic and visual radiance, moments of brilliance that remain in your mind long after you've returned home from The Fringe.…

Review: Tony Jameson, Andy Wolton, Nick Cranston (Late Night Laughs) – Espionage, Edinburgh.

Review: Tony Jameson, Andy Wolton, Nick Cranston (Late Night Laughs) – Espionage, Edinburgh.

Presented by The Laughing Penguin comedy club in Newcastle, Late Night Laughs is a lively show from North East based comics Tony Jameson, Andy Wolton and Nick Cranston. …

Review: Kai Humphries: Evolution – Underbelly, Edinburgh.

Review: Kai Humphries: Evolution – Underbelly, Edinburgh.

Bringing a solo show to Edinburgh after just over eighteen months as a comic is a brave decision...…

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