Edinburgh Fringe Diary: Day 14

Edinburgh Festival

Our last day at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2012, but perhaps one of our most favourite one yet. For it all started with Bridget Christie delivering one of the highlights of this year’s Fringe, with her show War Donkey – all about the rise of Tory feminists, as well as donkeys (Assembly Rooms, 1.30pm). We […]

Edinburgh Fringe Diary: Day 13


Our second last day at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2012, and one of our busiest ones yet. It all started off with a macaroni pie from Greggs – a treat that London lacks. Fucking London. Then it was off to see Josie Long and Sam Schafer in Awkward Romance (1.45pm, Mood) – a free show […]

Edinburgh Fringe Diary: Day 12


I didn’t see much comedy today because I went to see a five hour opera by Wagner. Because I want to give an impression that I am in some way cultured. Jack went to see Jay Cowle (3.10pm, Banshee Labyrinth, free) and said that he was good though. I’ve seen him before and thought he […]

Edinburgh Fringe Diary: Day 11

ACMS - Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2012

The end is approaching (for us anyway) but the comedy things continue to happen. Starting off with one of our favourite acts Adam Larter counting down to midnight in his show Happy New Year on a hot summer afternoon (1.15pm, Captain Taylor’s Coffee House). It was suitably chaotic as well as confusing for a few […]

Edinburgh Fringe Diary: Day 10


Today was our busiest day yet, so thank the sweet lord that sweet Jack was here. It started with one of our main free comedy recommendations Sam Fletcher (Bannerman’s, 12.30pm, free), who battled the eary (for an Edinburgh Festival) start with an hour of fun, magic, drawings, inventions, dad jokes and tiny eyes. Top stuff. […]


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