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Madame SeƱorita: The Expector

Audience reviews of Madame Senorita: The Expector remind me a bit of the rules of Fight Club. Nobody is prepared to fully disclose what actually goes on. The reviews are effusive though and it has ‘true spirit of the Fringe … Continue reading

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Jen Carnovale Wronger Than You

It’s spooky when life imitates art. And when it’s your own life at a particular moment in time (it’s complicated) and the art is the stand-up you’ve gone to see at that particular moment in time it’s quite mind blowing. … Continue reading

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Lynn Ruth Miller: This is Your Future

I hoped I wasn’t being too ambitious promising laughter, tears and life-changing moments when I was talking up the Fringe the other day. But then I go along to a show like Lynn Ruth Miller‘s This is Your Future and … Continue reading

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Not Disabled… Enough! – Romina Puma

There’s no doubt about the contingent of Italian comedians being an absolute revelation at the Free Fringe this year. By yesterday I had already caught the (both brilliant) shows of Giada Garofalo and Luca Cupani. Could the third person in … Continue reading

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Daphna Baram – Something to Declare

Here’s the way I’d deal with immigration at The Fringe – I’d definitely limit the influx of white blokes in their 30s going on about not getting a girlfriend/domestic life does the funniest things. Instead I’d welcome with open arms … Continue reading

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Now That’s What I Call Stand-Up #2

To paraphrase Forrest Gump – comedy showcases are like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re going to get next. In beside the soft centres there’s going to be some harder fare and – sometimes – you’ll find … Continue reading

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Twayna Mayne – Underwhelmed

I caught Twayna Mayne‘s show Underwhelmed the other day. Very impressed. Maybe ‘show’ is the wrong word as that suggests jazz hands and bursting into song. Twayna is most definitely not like that as her delivery is very low key … Continue reading

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