“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.”
“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 struggle with British manners and I have as many good friends as I have people who absolutely can’t stand me.”
“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.”
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.