Punchline Recommends: Suzi Ruffell ‘Common’

Words by Christopher Stewart Suzi Ruffell makes a welcome return to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with her new show ‘Common’, and what better way is there than to spend your time in the company of a comedian at the very top of her game? Suzi has created an excellent hour of comedy around what itContinue reading “Punchline Recommends: Suzi Ruffell ‘Common’”

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Punchline Recommends: Kiri Pritchard-McLean ‘Hysterical Woman’

Words by Susan Ford Kiri Pritchard-McLean has performed as part of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival many times, under the guise of sketch groups and podcast duos, however, new show ‘Hysterical Woman’ is her first solo effort.  Punchline recommends this unmissable show as it is a fantastic hour of comedy and is a set that isContinue reading “Punchline Recommends: Kiri Pritchard-McLean ‘Hysterical Woman’”

Punchline Recommends: Paul McCaffrey ‘Fresh Hell’

Words by Susan Ford Punchline always recommends the Free Fringe; a show does not need to be ticketed for it to include big names in comedy, or have a jam-packed audience everyday. Paul McCaffrey proves this point, with his 2016 show, as part of the Free Fringe, ‘Fresh Hell’. Paul McCaffrey is a very wellContinue reading “Punchline Recommends: Paul McCaffrey ‘Fresh Hell’”

Punchline Recommends Tez Ilyas ‘Made in Britain’

Words by Susan Ford Tez Ilyas more than entertained audiences at last year’s Fringe with the highly acclaimed ‘Tez Talks’; but 2016 sees Tez take comedy shows to a whole new level as he presents ‘Made in Britain’. Tez’s style of comedy is completely unique, and enjoyable in so many ways, but this year theContinue reading “Punchline Recommends Tez Ilyas ‘Made in Britain’”

Punchline comes to Birnam this Friday!

Punchline Comedy is back with another exciting comedy lineup! Having played big Scottish venues such as Usher Hall, HMV Picture House and Perth Concert Hall, the comedy heavyweights return to Perthshire, this time for a very special intimate show at the picturesque Birnam Arts Centre on Friday 9th October. Defining a generation of new classicContinue reading “Punchline comes to Birnam this Friday!”

Win a case of Ossian Beer & a pair of tickets to the Punchline Comedy Gala at Birnam Arts on 9 October! T&Cs apply

We have teamed up with Inveralmond Brewery to give you the chance to win a case of Ossian Beer & a pair of tickets to the Punchline Comedy Gala at Birnam Arts on 9 October! All you have to do is tweet @punchlineuk or @inveralmondbeer which comedian you’d take for a beer and where, usingContinue reading “Win a case of Ossian Beer & a pair of tickets to the Punchline Comedy Gala at Birnam Arts on 9 October! T&Cs apply”

Punchline Recommends: Iain Stirling ‘Touchy Feely’

Words by Susan Ford You may recognise Iain Stirling as a children’s TV presenter, or maybe more recently as the voiceover for Love Island: whichever way you’ve known Iain in the past, be sure that by the end of the Fringe you’ll recognise Iain Stirling as one of Scotland’s best comedians. Iain Stirling performs hisContinue reading “Punchline Recommends: Iain Stirling ‘Touchy Feely’”

Punchline Recommends: Kai Humphries ‘How to be Happy’

Words by Susan Ford Kai Humphries is happy, and he’s spending an hour each night at the Edinburgh Festival sharing with us how we can be just as happy as him. His new show for 2015 ‘How to Be Happy’ is completely infectious, an hour of comedy that will leave you buckled over in laughter,Continue reading “Punchline Recommends: Kai Humphries ‘How to be Happy’”

Punchline Recommends: John Hastings ‘Marked From the Start’

Words by Susan Ford Punchline favourite John Hastings returns to the Festival this year, in a bigger venue with an even bigger show. ‘Marked From the Start’ is a hilarious, yet emotional tale of John’s early years, and how family life in Canada has shaped him into the comedian he is today. John tells hisContinue reading “Punchline Recommends: John Hastings ‘Marked From the Start’”