Entries for the prestigous Amused Moose National New Comic Award are now open. If you are, or know a budding comic then get them to enter, time is short.
Amused Moose present SohoHo’s Comedy Night Out
Amused Moose SohoHo’s Saturday Comedy Night OutSaturday 23 November Tonight’s five excellent comedians onstage at Soho’s upmarket boutique Karma Sanctum Hotel are all top-notch, which together makes this the coolest comedy night […]
Composers Network presents With Memories – a review by Tim Marriott
Composers Network presented a moving performance of new work themed on living with dementia, in support of Memory Lane
Saskia Preston – Ninety-Five – A Review
A review of Saskia Preston’s edfringe show. Sharp, funny riddled with quality.
Craig Hill – Bottoms Up! – A Review
Craig Hill the master of Scottish Banter.
John Robins – Hot Shame – A Review
A review of John Robins Edinburgh Fringe show – Hot Shame. A stand up comedy masterclass, where attention to detail really pays off.
Angus Dunican – Nice Bit of Kit – A Review
Angus Dunican takes us on a comic storytelling journey you can follow him on twitter @AngusDunican
Iain FM Smith – My Finest Hour – A Review
A Review of Iain FM Smith’s Edfringe Storytelling Show about growing up in Gloucestershire @iainfmsmith
Jessica Fostekew – Hench – A Review
A review of Jessica Fostekew’s Edinburgh Fringe show Hench. A Highly Recommended show delivered by an outstanding comedian.
Dr Matt Winning – It’s the End of the World as We Know It – A Review
Matt Winning a funny lecture about the end of the world. Things are worse than you think but if you can’t laugh about it what can you do?
Ed Byrne – If I’m Honest – A Review
A Review of Ed Byrne’s Edinburgh Fringe Show
Ken Cheng: To All The Racists I’ve Blocked Before – A Review
Ken Cheng tackles the contentious subject of the racism he receives as a result of being British born Chinese