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Scotland 4  Australia 1

August 8, 2005 |

No it’s not a football result, as if. What it is is a show case of four Scottish comedians Keir  McAllister, Peter Aitchison, Austin Low and Paul Pirie together with one Aussie, Kieron Butler, who do a showcase of … Read More

Sally Swallows & The Rise of Londinian

August 8, 2005 |

Billed as the Uk’s darkest and nastiest comedy -horror sketch show, I suppose it maybe has reached it’s aims. I found it nasty, the script horrible and the jokes and running gags generally poor. I was not alone, the … 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

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

Romantic Comedy – A Stand-up Show

August 8, 2005 |

Terry Saunders is a tall, mid 20’s Londoner with something of a Woody Allen Appearance. He has an engaging, easy and even soft delivery. Opening with a lively routine about auctioning on e-bay, he quickly involved the audience with … Read More

Robert Dubac’s the Male Intellect: An Oxymoron

August 8, 2005 |

Apologies to those familiar with the figure of speech, but an oxymoron is defined as the combination of contradictory words to form an expressive phrase. Knowing this, gives an idea where Robert Dubac is coming from. The male intellect, … 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