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Tim Burton comedy night in Camden - May 1

Continuing Laugh Out London’s alternative comedy nights at Camden Comedy Club, after multiple sell out shows on the trot, we are delving into the gothic brain of… 268 more words

Camden Comedy Night

@TheMeganFord #show at the Museum of Comedy

Billed as an obnoxious Feminist railing against the media Megan Ford’s new one-women character comedy show is a bit of an ideal match for me if I’m honest. 410 more words


Introducing Mistress MacKenzie

Good morning, Stalkers!

I know it’s 20.49 on a Sunday evening. But it’s Saturday morning in Strathbungle – a region which lies between the upper-lowland-mid-Highlands and the inner estuary of my head. 279 more words

Kitson and Fathers - A Variety of Things in a Room - *****

I count myself very lucky to be one of the people who managed to get tickets to see ‘Kitson and Fathers’. The show sold out its entire run at The Stand within 10 minutes. 445 more words


Loretta Maine: Strong Independent Woman (Unless I Am Very Tired) - *****

Loretta Maine, a character of Pippa Evans, is one of the most energetic shows on the fringe. An American, singer-songwriter who sings about a range of subject matters, from relationships to drinking, with, occasionally, a dark twist. 228 more words


Best sketch and character comedy at the Edinburgh Fringe 2014

Having covered the best stand-up comedy shows and the best free comedy shows at the Fringe this year, it’s now time for some sketch and character comedy recommendations. 726 more words

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Edinburgh Fringe 2014 interview: Lindsay Sharman

We shared the stage with Lindsay Sharman in the live stage version of Hook just before Christmas 2012. She was an adept pirate then, but now she’s transformed herself into Madame Magenta – a psychic, medium, white wytch and celebrated author. 428 more words

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