Tag Archives: The Free Sisters

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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Bob Blackman’s Tray

Sometimes you will find something different on the Fringe. Sometimes you will be visited by an enigmatic man wearing a pin-stripe jacket and a red balaclava who will sit silently in the corner of the room and use thought-waves to … 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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Mike Wozniak: One Man Dad Cat Band

I don’t think Mike Wozniak is going to struggle for Fringe audiences with One Man Dad Cat Band – such is the power of being ‘off the telly’. There’s also that intriguing title which more or less gets explained. Brits … Continue reading

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Live in the Staff Room (Sex, Fairy Tales, Serial Killers and Other Stuff) – Giada Garofalo

There are a fair few shows on the Free Fringe about sex, a few about fairy tales and a handful about serial killers but as far as I know – only one containing all three. When I first noticed the … Continue reading

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Yes? No? Just go, go, go!!

Went to see The Referendum Review Show yesterday at the Free Sisters. With – even by Fringe standards – an inauspicious setting (basically a cupboard) and a difficult remit: a non-partisan view and revue of the Referendum debate so far … Continue reading

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It’s back! The one, the only…

Fantastic start to the Festival/Fringe – Clever Peter at The City Cafe. These guys are award-winning and have had their own show on Radio 4 (but don’t let that put you off!). Apparently their influences are Monty Python and they … Continue reading

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