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Russell Brand – Eroticised Humour

August 8, 2005 |

Ok to start with I don’t watch ‘Big Brother’, we don’t have digital TV and I hadn’t been drinking before the show. Why then did it surprise me that I felt I was in a plastic bubble being kept … Read More

Stephen K Amos

August 8, 2005 |

Stephen K Amos is, in my opinion, one of the funniest comedians on the circuit, and as his shows regularly sell out year after year I guess I am not alone in my opinion. The theme of this years … Read More

Under the Blue, Blue Moon – Cambridge Footlights

August 8, 2005 |

Cambridge Footlights have been around for ever, and have a world class alumni of past performers, you’ll know the names as well as I. They have a huge following and I usually describe as a slightly more mature audience … Read More

Russell Howard – Skylarking

August 8, 2005 |

Russell Howard first came to our attention during the Pleasance Press Launch in 2004, we then saw him at The Stand Comedy Club. On the strength of these two snippets I went to see his full show ‘Skylarking’. Both … Read More

Steve Oram:  Denim

August 8, 2005 |

When I booked to see this show I must admit I expected to see a stand-up comedian, Maybe I should have read the programme closer, because Steve Oram was joined by Alex Kirk and Kerry Gilbert in a collection … Read More

The Dentist Chair

August 8, 2005 |

The Dentist Chair is a series of visual gags mimed against a background of words and music. There is no speech except for one liners taken from other comedians sound tracks. Throw in a bit of unexceptional magic, some done … Read More

Demetri Martin – These are Jokes

August 8, 2005 |

If you are doing a comparison on the number of jokes there are per show during this years Fringe, then it is almost a certainty that Mr Martin must have one of the highest ratings.

The … Read More

David Benson’s Conspiracy Cabaret

August 8, 2005 |

Joined on stage by Alex Silverman, composer and musical director, David Benson discusses his Conspiracy theories in a cabaret setting, by the use of six original musical numbers and monologues. The songs include ‘It’s a Plot!’ ‘String Song’, ‘Live your … Read More

David Strassman

August 8, 2005 |

Prior to the show, it occurred to me that I had never seen a live ventriloquist on stage before. Therefore, this was a first and a most enjoyable first at that.

David introduces the audience to a variety of almost … Read More

The Comedy Zone

August 8, 2005 |

The Comedy Zone is a tradition of the Edinburgh Fringe where up and coming comedians have a vehicle to showcase their comic talents on a late night comedy club style Edinburgh audience.

The line-up consisted of compere Mark Oliver, the … Read More