“Comedy is great for giving people a direction in which to point their laughs so they don’t look unwell”
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How the devil are you, Basil Brush?
Comedy can diffuse many tricky situations… although Downing Street is the best comedy soap on telly at the moment
Punchline’s Top Edinburgh Fringe Shows 2022
It’s been three whole years since a full Edinburgh Fringe and we’re getting the zoomies just thinking about it! We’ve got a right old mix of classics and new favourites.
How the devil are you, Ciarán Dowd?
The Minions are the funniest little fellas, they get up to all sorts, always getting mixed up in some shenanigans.
How the devil are you, Yuriko Kotani?
I could see the front row burst into laughter, huge laughs continues all the way through at every punchlines I’ve written. Some are crying as laughing too hard
How the devil are you, Danielle Walker?
“My Fringe show is about the process of trying to document my family. Every single one of them is a character, I have videos throughout the show of them because if not people don’t believe me when I talk about them.”
How the devil are you, Sasha Ellen?
“Everyone has either left their partner of 100 years, got married to someone they met in lockdown or acquired a small person or animal.”
How the devil are you, Randy Feltface?
It’s a joyous exploration of our imminent extinction.
How the devil are you, Robin Grainger?
My girlfriend and I got tattoos inspired by France. She got a beautiful French phrase, “bonheur”which means “love and laughter”. I got a portrait of Asterix!
How the devil are you, MC Hammersmith (aka Will Naameh)
I had a 90-year-old man in the front row of a gig recently, and converted him to understanding what hip hop was by the end of it.