Punchline Quizzes The Pin

Who puts your pants in the washing machine? A man called Ian Wentworth who we honestly can’t recommend. Which words make you giggle or give you an inner flip of amusement? Cackling too hard to answer this properly – we’ll let you guess which word set us off. (it’s ‘make,’ uh oh, off we goContinue reading “Punchline Quizzes The Pin”

Final Fun at the Fringe

It’s the last day of the Fringe. Boooo. But it’s a lovely sunny day! Yeah! Some venues finished their programmes yesterday, plus a ton of shows have been cancelled so here is our pick of the best comedy shows for the last day. Please check with the relevant box office or Fringe Office before finalisingContinue reading “Final Fun at the Fringe”

Edinburgh Fringe Review: The Pin

Words by Hannah Clapham-Clark The Pin are a sketch double act comprising of Ben Ashenden, a bespectacled live-wire erring on the side of simple and Alexander Owen, the constantly frustrated straight man who believes he is destined for greater things. These are, of course, just personas (we hope!) who link the show’s sketches together inContinue reading “Edinburgh Fringe Review: The Pin”

Edinburgh Festival 2013 Preview: an interview with The Pin

By Hannah Clapham-Clark The Pin are a sketch double act tipped for great things in the future. Smart and funny in equal measure, their shows are sophisticated, witty and impressively complex. Make sure to catch their next Edinburgh Fringe show this August. Here they are being funny – How did the two of you first meetContinue reading “Edinburgh Festival 2013 Preview: an interview with The Pin”