A rave review of Marjolein Robertson‘s Edinburgh show at The Stand leads the current TOP 6 trending pages – On the Mic.
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Top 6 Trending Pages
- Review: Marjolein Robertson: Thank God Fish Don’t Have Hands For all she leans into the alternative comedy tradition, it’s very easy to imagine Robertson going down a storm on mainstream TV stand up shows. I’m sure that’s her future if she wants it. CLICK HERE
- Interview: Stewart Lee “I don’t like the way TV editing sucks the air out of comedians’ timing. I don’t think the best stand-ups are well served by panel shows, which seem to have created a generation of bite-sized comedy brains and sent some of our best talents off down dead ends.” CLICK HERE
- Video: George Zacharopoulos I’ll Be An Illegal Immigrant “People ask me if I feel alienated by the leave vote. I couldn’t give a flying shit. I am going nowhere.” CLICK HERE
- Review: Ivor Dembina: Old Jewish Jokes This show quietly sets about defending freedom of speech, while exploring one Jewish man’s relationship with his own community. CLICK HERE
- Review: Fascinating Aïda The numbers are intelligent and fun, delivered with a twinkle in the eye. If you are familiar with their most famous song, Cheap Flights, you’ll be delighted to hear another recital here, which was interrupted several times by spontaneous cheers and rounds of applause. CLICK HERE
- Review: Grubby Little Mitts Experienced director, Jon Gracey, gets the best out of his classically trained actors. Gracey has made some innovative choices, available due to a strong, confident script and the performer’s genuine acting abilities. CLICK HERE