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Glorious Press from the Fringe

Glorious Press from the Fringe

A selection of the wonderful press our acts received this Fringe:


“A thriling hour of hilarity” 5***** New European

“Masterful” 4**** The Herald

4**** The Skinny

Wildly human, wildly hopeful, Phil Nichol: Your Wrong is not just comedy but soul-quenching storytelling at its finest.” 5***** EdFestMag

“mindblowing” Scotland on Sunday

“As always the writing and performance is top notch, the theatrics are there and his personality and charisma fill the performance space to bursting point. Don’t miss this show. If you do, then your wrong.” 4****One4Review

“This is a show that makes you laugh and think while you are watching, and then wakes you up in the night to laugh and think again.”

5*****  The Scotsman

“It is his most properly personal show ever, beautifully crafted, without a single comedy stitch that is not neat and secure.”

5***** Edinburgh Evening News

“..powerful and personal….with swoops of excitement”

4**** Chortle



"James is flip your head back, laugh out loud, clap spontaneously, elbow the stranger next to you, snort uncontrollably and pee your pants funny." ***** Edinburgh Festivals Magazine 

"Top of my must-see list." 4**** I Talk Telly

“Hilarious… a young comedian going from great to better.” 4.5**** Short Com

“Fast-paced biting wit.” 4**** Nine More Than None

“this is possibly Rhys James’s best Fringe show yet … His quick wit allows him to turn any situation into a piece of comedy gold….. Rhys James is a superb comedian….. a show is a masterclass in comedy.” 5***** Theatre Weekly

“I’ve never seen an hour of stand-up with such a high density of laughter points. Rhys James’ sets are tightly crafted, original, and confident.” 4**** Broadway Baby



“oh so very funny. We had unusual pets, collapsing beds, babies, immigration and his travels to Glasgow, Birmingham and Australia, Marx, usually the fall guy in the stories, has the crowd in stitches.” 4 **** One4Review



"If you're feeling Stewart Lee's absence at the Fringe this year, try this clever, funny hour on how ageing impacts a person's political views. It's thoughtful comedy with some big laughs." British Comedy Guide



“Impressive debut… Go see him” **** One4Review

 “instantly likeable… flashes of genius” Ticketmaster

 “consistently funny” **** EdFestMagazine

 “A Boy Named Pugh is a great show, with a fantastic script and jokes that keep on coming……Pugh has a winning persona and jokes to match and will surely have an excellent run this Fringe.” Broadway Baby

 “Substantial talent” The Scotsman



“Gordon Southern is a consummate pro and an hour spent watching this show is certainly an hour well spent. A great way to start the evening’s Fringe going.” 4****One4Review

 “his latest Edinburgh show is full-to-bursting with comedic gold.” 4**** Broadway Baby

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