Edfringe

Sleep Problems

Matthew Highton | Posted 28.09.2014 | UK Comedy
Matthew Highton

It's fair to say I've never slept well. Decades of insomnia, night terrors, sleep walking, sleep talking, sleep apnoea, sleep paralysis and sleep paranoia means, if nothing else, it's a laugh riot sharing a bed with me.

The Worst of Scottee

Scottee | Posted 21.09.2013 | UK Entertainment
Scottee

We were able to find out things I've done to other humans - from suicide to AIDS and everything in between. I remember playing this back to the production team for the first time - it seemed like the dynamic in the room shifted a little as everyone was confronted with the effects of a lie I told aged 16.

Edfringe: Competing With the Olympics

Heather Doole | Posted 20.11.2012 | UK Comedy
Heather Doole

Approaching the Edinburgh Fringe this year there was one question on every producer's mind: how will the Olympics affect us?

How to Lose Friends, Thousands of Pounds and Alienate People - Performing at the Edinburgh Fringe

Scottee | Posted 02.10.2012 | UK Comedy
Scottee

Yesterday, 1 August, marked the launch of the 65th annual Edinburgh Fringe Festival in which 2,695 shows from 47 countries will show off in 279 make shift theatres, dodgy pubs & toilet cubicles across the city; but when you do the sums is it really worth it?

Writing Punch - Creating the Darkest of Characters for the Edinburgh Fringe

Steven Bloomer | Posted 01.10.2012 | UK Comedy
Steven Bloomer

The central character in Punch is the most heinous, twisted, barbarous person I have ever tried writing. He's impervious to any shred of empathy, tact or compassion and yet I agree with (almost) everything he says.