Edinburgh Fringe Preview 2013: an interview with Bob and Jim

Words by Susan Ford Bob and Jim first performed at the Edinburgh Fringe in 1994; nearly 20 years down the line they are still on top form and returning with their 2013 show ‘Bob and Jim: Two Stars’. Bob and Jim took a break from comedy for a few years, but made one of manyContinue reading “Edinburgh Fringe Preview 2013: an interview with Bob and Jim”

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Edinburgh Fringe Preview 2013: an interview with Patrick Monahan

Words by Susan Ford Patrick Monahan is renowned for his superb anecdotes, his unique charm and his unmistakeable brand of humour. He will be returning to the Edinburgh Fringe for his 11th year this year, to perform a brand new hour of comedy ‘The Cake Charmer’ at The Gilded Balloon. Patrick Monahan was most recentlyContinue reading “Edinburgh Fringe Preview 2013: an interview with Patrick Monahan”

Punchline 2013 Line Up Revealed: a look at Punchline’s past

By Susan Ford As the festival announcements come in thick and fast, Punchline are getting in on the action to reveal some very exciting news: October’s line-up has now been revealed. Before I jump straight in to that, let’s take a look back at the hilarious comedians and acts that have made the Punchline nameContinue reading “Punchline 2013 Line Up Revealed: a look at Punchline’s past”

Edinburgh Festival 2013 Preview: an interview with The Pin

By Hannah Clapham-Clark The Pin are a sketch double act tipped for great things in the future. Smart and funny in equal measure, their shows are sophisticated, witty and impressively complex. Make sure to catch their next Edinburgh Fringe show this August. Here they are being funny – How did the two of you first meetContinue reading “Edinburgh Festival 2013 Preview: an interview with The Pin”