Tuesday, 5 August 2014

Stabby Diary

I have to admit that I am feeling a wee bit stabby today. For that reason, there will be no Vile reviews until I can get hold of some Belgian Live Art, which will calm my aching spirit.

I did see that Stuart Lee wandering about the Fringe, though. He is not quite as svelte as his pictures suggest, making me wonder whether he is exploring a new avenue in his post-modern ironic style - reclaiming fat from Bernard Manning.

Oh, very good, Gareth. Mocking the overweight. It's not like you are slim jim yourself.

Anyway, it is time to open the public vote on 'the most smackable face on a comedian' competition. The first category is the 'hey, don't take me too seriously' look.

10 Films with My Dad
Comedy (film, multimedia)

How do fathers and sons communicate? For Aidan and his dad it was films. Find out how in 'the most, charming, happy and optimistic show you'll see' (FringeGuru.com). Now in its fourth year!

Back for a fourth year at the Fringe - an hour of sharp gags, intelligent observations and blisteringly quick improvised raps from three of the circuit's best comedians. Suitable for all ages and completely free! Featuring BBC New Comedy Award finalist Chris Turner, three time Just For Laughs Best Comedy nominee Jon Bennett, and Daniel Roberts from Edinburgh Fringe 2013 sell-outs Racing Minds. 'This show has to have wide appeal. Thankfully, it has bucket-loads ... a great show' **** (Skinny). 'Completely hilarious' **** (ThreeWeeks). 'Definitely one of the picks of the festival' **** (BroadwayBaby.com).

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