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Comedy 2007 Archives - One4Review

Aeneas Faversham Returns

August 8, 2007 |

This four strong sketch group got a lot of critical acclaim last year and they return this year in an effort to build on their success. These extremely well turned out quartet again have a professionally presented hour of … Read More

Deborah Frances-White’s 

August 8, 2007 |

Deborah Frances-White’s   I first became aware of Deborah Frances White towards the end of Fringe 2006 with her excellent offering entitled Phoning It In, so was very pleased to see she was back for 2007 and made sure … Read More

John Gordillo: Free Comedy

August 8, 2007 |

Why should we pay for good comedy when we can get it for free? You might ask? Why indeed! If the quality of the rest of the Free Fringe is as high as the few shows we have managed … Read More

Patrick Monahan – Feel the Love

August 8, 2007 |

Having become aware of Patrick Monahan a couple of years ago when I saw him on a ‘Best of’ showcase and decided to catch his full show last year and thoroughly enjoyed it. Monahan is part Irish, part Iranian … Read More

Stephen Grant – Taken For Granted

August 8, 2007 |

I must admit the name Stephen Grant was new to me, I assumed this was his first Edinburgh, but not for the first time this Fringe I was wrong. Not that it matters because what we got was a … Read More

Anthology07

August 8, 2007 |

There is a recommendation for a laid back chilled way to start off on an early Fringe afternoon and that is with a visit to The Green Room for a low tech engaging show of story telling hosted and … Read More

Geraldine Quinn – Sexdeathbowie

August 8, 2007 |

Geraldine Quinn, a flame haired Aussie is an example of the art of singer-comedians who intersperse the comedy songs with a wicked line in comic material. I had previously only seen excerpts of Ms Quinn’s act at press launches … Read More

Liz Bentley: I’ve only got myself to blame

August 8, 2007 |

Liz Bentley is a ukulele-playing poet. Since there is no poetry section in the Fringe booklet, she rolled the dice and ended up in the Comedy section. This is most appropriate. In addition to the ukulele, she also plays … Read More

The Reduced Edinburgh Fringe Impro Show

August 8, 2007 |

There are over 2000, out there. The Fringe is only three weeks long . What do you go and see? Well, here’s a tip, the bold bunch of Gareth Kane, Marcus Garvet, Pippa Evans, Ruth Bratt, John Nawer augmented … Read More

Tripplicate’s Timetrippers!

August 8, 2007 |

This is a little gem of a show hidden away in an early evening time slot.  As you take your seat to the nostalgic strains of the theme tune to Quantum Leap take a moment to prepare yourself as … Read More