Pleasance CourtyardThe comedy duo's will-they-won't-they Geordie couple are back, and they're as endearing as everRomcom isn't a branch of comedy often encountered on the fringe, but that's what double act Lazy Susan are up to and their show is none the
It is remarkable to report that despite enjoying and/or enduring over 120 shows in Edinburgh over the last 2½ weeks, Jezebel is by far the funniest thing that your hard-working critic has seen to date in August.
Liam Williams is my personal favourite of this years nominees. I loved his subterranean hour of nihilistic Gen-Y standup and Id have welcomed an appearance on the shortlist for his group SheepsSo the Fosters Edinburgh comedy award shortlist is out and i
With Rudy's (Larrington Walker) chaotic "if it ain't on the shelf, it's on the floor" style clashing with Adam's (Lenny Henry) love for order, the record shop becomes a battleground for both men. When Adam's son (E4 and YouTube star, Joivan Wade) comes ba
Paxman after Newsnight seems a little nervous but is soon back to blustering form, even if he's occasionally fishing for wordsEntering the stage with a "Golf sale" placard, Jeremy Paxman wants us to know he's out of work and available for business. But wi
BS: Thoughts Out Loud is the madcap sketch show featuring the bonkers talents of Barry Glennon and Sian Hutchinson as they introduce a wide array of crazy characters in even crazier situations.
Fast-paced (at times), laborious (occasionally), well obse
New research shows that comedians have a remarkable amount in common with people who have schizophrenia or manic depression and that this could be what makes them funny"Many people say that comics are psychopaths," says the standup Jason Byrne, who shou