Fringe Q&A: Steve N Allen, Better Than

Fringe Q&A: Steve N Allen, Better Than

In a time when you can’t do right for doing wrong, Steve N Allen (as seen on BBC Two’s The Mash Report) takes a look at how hard it is to be better. When you want to be PC, right on or woke, it can be tough. Be better than a Weinstein. Be better than an angry Twitter egg. Be better than you. An entertaining and sometimes hard-edged guide to better better than.  AAA caught…

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Fringe Q&A: Sean Patton

Fringe Q&A: Sean Patton

On the outside, Sean Patton is loud, pudgy, white and stubborn. On the inside, he is also all of those things plus riddled with obsessive compulsive disorder. And so be it. After decades of trying to be anyone else, Sean Patton has finally decided to own who he is. Is this your first time at the Fringe? This is my second time at the Fringe. I came in 2017 and loved it. Yes it was…

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Fringe Q&A: Alice Fraser

Fringe Q&A: Alice Fraser

Alice Fraser has been lying to herself. But aren’t we all? In Mythos, she takes on the stories and lies that we tell ourselves about ourselves and each other. In this clever and very funny show Alice (co-host of The Bugle) asks: Is beauty truth? Is truth beautiful? What are flat earth conspiracists? Does Australia actually exist? What does anything even mean anymore? Let Alice tell you. Is this your first time at the Fringe?…

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Fringe Q&A: Joe Jacobs

Fringe Q&A: Joe Jacobs

Joe Jacobs is back like he left his car keys. Why? To swiftly shank away your negative thoughts. Mixing sardonic stand-up with live rap, reach a zen mood guaranteed to offend prudes. Repeat these positive mantras. ‘I have purpose’, ‘happiness is one drug deal away’, and ‘I will buy many tickets to Joe Jacobs’ Grimefulness show ASAP’. Namaste bumbaclarts. As seen/heard on BBC Three, Channel 4, BBC Radio 4, BBC 6 Music and BBC Radio…

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Fringe Q&A: Dominic Frisby: Libertarian Love Songs

Fringe Q&A: Dominic Frisby: Libertarian Love Songs

From Dominic Frisby come comic songs, stories and stand-up for people who think the government should stay out of it. If you believe in things like free speech, free trade, bitcoin or Brexit, you’ll like this. If you think the government, BBC or EU has the answers, you won’t. AAA caught up with Dominic for a chat… This isn’t your first time at the Fringe? No. I first went to the fringe in 1998. Before…

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Fringe Q&A: Kate Lucas

Fringe Q&A: Kate Lucas

Kate Lucas has been told she needs to sell herself more. So now she is. Buy her! Join this multi award-winning musical comedian as she tries to figure out how much she’s worth in this ludicrously silly and sharply satirical look at the dark side of advertising and social media. Bring your wallets and your hearts… but mainly your wallets. Kate Lucas is a Leicester Mercury New Comedian of the Year winner. Is this your…

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Fringe Q&A: Sam Morrison

Fringe Q&A: Sam Morrison

Featured in NYTimes and Time Out, Sam Morrison’s a master at finding hilarity in the awkward adventures of being a closeted gay man… who wants to have sex with your dad. Built off decades of journal entries, Hello, Daddy! weaves stories of gaiety and heartbreak across decades to chronicle Sam’s transformation from shy cucumber-shaped virgin boy into a daddy-f*cking manifesto of a person. Is this your first time at the Fringe? Yes!  Tell us a…

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Fringe Q&A: Jack Gleadow

Fringe Q&A: Jack Gleadow

Winner of Amused Moose National New Comic and Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year, Jack Gleadow makes his Fringe debut after performing as part of the prestigious Pleasance Comedy Reserve in 2018. Jack is one of the most exciting new stand-ups on the comedy circuit and has been seen performing at Latitude providing tour support for Lloyd Griffith. He is also the runner-up in 2017’s Chortle Student Comedy Award. Is this your first time at…

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Fringe Q&A: Phil Nichol

Fringe Q&A: Phil Nichol

The planet is messed up. Society has devolved. Mankind is hopeless. Vegans are right. You can’t punch a fascist. The left are self-righteous morons. Everyone is a selfish prick. I’m a bleeding hypocrite. It’s all too much. Too much. Following on from the success of his internationally acclaimed hit show Your Wrong, Phil Nichol’s Too Much takes an unflinching look at ageing, recognition, mental health, values, norms, patience, everything and conkers. Expect riotously uncomfortable anecdotes…

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Fringe Q&A: Andrew Maxwell

Fringe Q&A: Andrew Maxwell

Andrew Maxwell’s All Tak is a memorable cocktail of personal stories, astute political observations and the odd surprise foray into character cameos. Andrew is known for his eagle-eyed, passionate, current-affairs comedy, showcased in his many appearances on BBC Radio 4 (News Quiz, Welcome to Wherever You Are, Public Enemies). He’s been seen on – among others – Live at the Apollo (BBC One), Have I Got News for You (BBC One), Celebrity Mastermind (BBC One)…

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