Punchline recommends Tom Parry: Yellow T-shirt

Words by Suzy Romer Imagine a long hug from a best friend you haven’t seen for ages. Now put Beethoven’s Ode to Joy on in the background. That’s how joyous Tom Parry’s show is – for a whole hour! It’s stand-up, but not as you know it. In fact, there are so many interesting thingsContinue reading “Punchline recommends Tom Parry: Yellow T-shirt”

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Punchline recommends Pappy’s Presents… The Secret Dudes Society

Words by Suzy Romer Who needs to visit Hollywood when you’ve got Pappy’s Secret Dudes Society right here in Edinburgh? It’s a late show for sure, running from midnight to 2am but my goodness it’s worth it. Cinderella would kick herself for missing it. This is the hottest spot in town and they’ve got everything:Continue reading “Punchline recommends Pappy’s Presents… The Secret Dudes Society”

Punchline recommends Tom Binns: The Club Sets

Words by Iain McLaren If you are looking for a show with a bit of everything then look no further than Tom Binns : The Club Sets. Opening with his unique psychic, Ian D Montfort, he gives us a comical and up-close insight into the spiritual world. You may not believe in psychics but youContinue reading “Punchline recommends Tom Binns: The Club Sets”

Punchline recommends Mae Martin: Us

Words by Suzy Romer Mae Martin is an instant hit with the audience and creates an open, feel-good atmosphere right from the start. Her style of delivery is dreamy but her comedy is spot on. She talks to us about family dynamics, adolescent crushes and nights out. Sound familiar? WRONG, she is a complete originalContinue reading “Punchline recommends Mae Martin: Us”

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”