A 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Interview with Spencer Jones

Words by Susan Ford Spencer Jones returns to the Edinburgh Festival this year as The Herbert in Proper Job. With physical comedy, music and prop-filled madness, The Herbert is a fantastic act that we strongly recommend at this year’s Fringe. As Spencer stocks up on white tights, I caught up with him to get theContinue reading “A 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Interview with Spencer Jones”

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A 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Interview with Dane Baptiste

Words by Susan Ford After a Foster’s Newcomer nomination last year, Dane Baptiste is set to return to the Festival this year on top form with his second solo show ‘Reasonable Doubts’. As the countdown to the Fringe continues, and just six weeks to go, I caught up with Dane to see how he isContinue reading “A 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Interview with Dane Baptiste”

A 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Interview with Mat Reed

Words by Susan Ford Mat Reed brings his first hour long show ‘Stalked’ to the Edinburgh Festival this year as part of Just the Tonic at The Mash House. A natural performer, and a very funny man, Mat Reed pushes his story-telling skills to the forefront of his new show, as he relays the taleContinue reading “A 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Interview with Mat Reed”

A 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Interview with Jamie MacDonald

 Jamie MacDonald is a Scottish comedian, commonly know as ‘That Funny Blind Guy’, who is set to storm the Edinburgh Festival with his third solo show ‘Oblivious’ this year. We caught up with Jamie to find out how he is preparing for a month of madness at the Fringe.     Hello Jamie, how are you?Continue reading “A 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Interview with Jamie MacDonald”

A 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Interview with Lou Sanders 

With the 2015 Fringe guide in our pockets, we are all getting very excited at Punchline for this year’s Edinburgh Festival. In the run up to the festival, we will be previewing shows and interviewing our favourite acts. Let’s kick things off with a lady whose new show is set to be big, bold andContinue reading “A 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Interview with Lou Sanders “

10 Ways to Make your Money Go Further at the Edinburgh Fringe

If living statues and youth theatre don’t float your boat, there are loads of tricks to saving you cash at the fringe so you can see the shows you want to see. Here are Punchline’s favourites: 1. Previews: Wednesday 5th to Friday 7th August Before the Fringe officially begins on 7th August, lots of actsContinue reading “10 Ways to Make your Money Go Further at the Edinburgh Fringe”