We loved his Steen’s show in 2014 and BBC’s “Top Coppers”. Now we’re super excited he’s back in Edinburgh! These are Steen’s answers to Punchline’s burning questions…
What is the best advice for a new performer in Edinburgh?
Lower your expectations and you’ll have the best time.
What is the best advice for a new festival goer?
Take a punt on someone you’ve never heard of before or go to a show where the flyerer/performer respected your physical space and wasn’t too intense.
What do you have to have in your fridge during August?
Pickles, self esteem and a half bottle of my own tears.
What is the weirdest after-show comment you have had from an audience member?
“My friend wants to have sex with you but I said no”
Which living person would you like to spot in your audience?
What is the best non-Fringe thing about the city of Edinburgh?
The lush grass and trees. Love dem trees.
How do you relieve Fringe cabin fever?
Burn the cabin to the ground.
Who or what last made you laugh like a hyena at the Fringe?
Lou Sanders. She is bat shit crazy and I think she’s one of the funniest performers going around.
Tell us about your 2016 show.
It’s a solo sketch show with an abundance of characters, improv and a bit of cheeky audience participation.
What are the best shows at the Fringe apart from yours?
Susie Youssef, Lou Sanders, Lolly Adefope, Joel Dommett, James Acaster, Sam Campbell, Tom Walker, Austentatious and Rhys Nicholson.
When you go home and your friends say “How was Edinburgh?”, what will you say?
The best of times and the worst of Tims. I’ve already met a few bad Tims.
See Steen Raskolpoulos at the Underbelly Cowgate at 7.40pm throughout August. Click here for more information and tickets