Few shows greet you with Irn Bru at the door: our host even offers to top us up periodically, so we feel like we could be in Agnew’s living room. Guests change daily, giving a cross-section of the Comedy Fringe through four other performers who are welcomed like old friends. Today each guest managed to talk over our host, meaning the show over-ran; Agnew simply needs to keep his guests under control. As each plugs their own show, Agnew’s confidence is replaced by errr-ing over the next question and fighting to get a word in. Not always laugh-out-loud hilarious but certainly appealing, ‘Breakfast Chat Show’ is probably one of the warmest, friendliest hours you will spend at the Festival.
Cabaret Voltaire, 5 – 29 Aug, 1.00 pm (2.00pm), £5.00 – £7.00, fpp150.
tw rating 3/5