This review was originally published on Fringe Review on 13 August 2019.
This talented young comedian bring us his very funny show about what it is like to live and work in the UK when you are a British born Chinese. Highlighting the absurdity of racist behaviour, with humour and pathos, this show is also an education.
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Strap in for explosive surrealism as we plunge into Paul Curries sparkling mind-satchel of solid gold silliness. Last year’s Comedians Choice Best Show winner is back with something stunningly funny.
The Edinburgh Fringe is dominated by comedy. It’s by far the biggest section in the book. This means there are many talented comedians doing the same type of show. There are a smaller number of acts who are less mainstream and they stand out because of this. And then there is Paul Currie.
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This review was originally published on Fringe Review on 17 August 2019 by Joe Angella
Grant Busè an incredibly talented performer. His award winning brand of musical comedy has been hit at other festivals and it is easy to see why. Unusually for a musical comedian he can do both and so much more. This is not your standard musical comedy performance, this is a showcase. He is a trickster and entertainer, he makes it fun, lots and lots of fun.
This review was originally published on Fringe Review on 16 August 2019
The Reverend Richard Coles, pop star, media personality and dancer brings his very English sermon to this Edinburgh parish. A telling of some of the most important moments in a life that touched many of the key cultural events of the last forty years. Its told with humour, pathos and delivers a beautiful slice of Englishness to a receptive congregation.
Oh come all ye faithful
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Glasgow stand up, Stephen Buchanan brings his stand-up show to the Edinburgh Fringe. Winner of the BBC New Comedy Award in 2018, his debut show mixes observational comedy with sharp story telling and the reality of living with his mum and a refugee.
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Simon Evans brings his barbed wit and keen eyed observations back, for an hour of very funny, grumpy comedy.
Simon Evans is in his mid-50’s, he has been performing stand up for quite some time and he is rather good at it. Gravelly voiced, with a distinctive face and a sharp mind he delivers his set with a twinkle in his eye.
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