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Lucy Porter Interview
Posted 2 weeks ago

Lucy Porter Interview

Lucy Porter: Wake Up Call “Coming back to the festival also feels like waking up after a horrible dream – I haven’t been in Edinburgh for three years, which is the longest absence I’ve endured since I first came up in 1992. I wasn’t even away that long when I had two children.” Full Interview […]

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Tom Ward Interview
Posted 2 weeks ago

Tom Ward Interview

Tom Ward: Anthem “‘Celebrity’ has pretty horrible connotations to me – idiots who just want to be gazed at for nothing in particular. Fame I feel more able to handle now. My ego isn’t the preening, easily engorged wanker it used to be.” Full Interview Tom is appearing at the 2022 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

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Isabelle Farah Interview
Posted 2 weeks ago

Isabelle Farah Interview

Isabelle Farah: Irresponsabelle “I always thought that at some point I would suddenly, magically turn into a sensible adult who always makes the good and correct decisions and choices, and it just hasn’t happened.” Full Interview Isabelle is appearing at the 2022 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

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Rich Hardisty Interview
Posted 2 weeks ago

Rich Hardisty Interview

Richard Hardisty: Silly Boy “My aim was to talk about  some of the darkest parts of my life but make it as funny and silly and joyous as possible… and from the reactions so far I appear to have succeeded.” Full Interview Richard is appearing at the 2022 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

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Tom Skelton Interview
Posted 2 weeks ago

Tom Skelton Interview

Tom Skelton: 2020 Visions (What if I hadn’t gone blind?) “I was terrified and assumed that I would never do any comedy ever again. In fact, I actually first noticed some blurriness in my central vision at the Edinburgh Fringe, and managed to miss a significant plot detail during an improv gig that absolutely ruined […]

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Tom GK Interview
Posted 2 weeks ago

Tom GK Interview

How to Record the Greatest Album of All Time “If you take the top 10 best selling albums of all time and play them at the same time, it actually sounds quite bad. Play my one as-yet-unrecorded album by itself, in contrast, and I’m confident the effect will be reasonably okay.” Full Interview Tom is […]

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Full Website Launch 1st August 2022
Posted 1 month ago

Full Website Launch 1st August 2022

On the Mic is under construction, but feel free to have a look around. Email Feedback

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EdFringe REVIEW:  Darius Davies: Don’t Be Shit
Posted 11 months ago

EdFringe REVIEW: Darius Davies: Don’t Be Shit

Darius Davies: Don’t Be Shit Laughing Horse @ 32 Below Get Tickets   Let’s get straight to the point. Darius Davies is a brilliant comedian. In Don’t Be Shit, he presents his greatest hits from the last ten years. It’s the best stand up comedy show I’ve seen this Fringe. God only knows why Davies […]

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EdFringe REVIEW: Zumba Gold
Posted 11 months ago

EdFringe REVIEW: Zumba Gold

Zumba Gold Pleasance Courtyard Get Tickets Here Zumba Gold is a low intensity dance class designed for beginners and older people. For ten long years, Cathy Campbell has worked as a Zumba Gold dance teacher, twice a week at the local Deenside Leisure Centre. Cathy has unfulfilled dreams. She’s a performer in search of an […]

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EdFringe REVIEW:  Magical Bones: Live and Direct
Posted 11 months ago

EdFringe REVIEW: Magical Bones: Live and Direct

Magical Bones: Live and Direct Underbelly George Square Get Tickets Here The show kicks off with a Britain’s Got Talent montage. I don’t know if BGT finalists are contractually obliged to do this, but it’s unnecessary and falls flat. The audience is either here because of the magician’s acclaimed appearances on the ITV show, or […]

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