ED2015 COMEDY

Comedy coverage from Edinburgh 2015

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Comedy is the largest strand of the Edinburgh Fringe, and that programme constitutes the biggest comedy festival in the world, featuring stand-up, sketch, improv, physical and musical comedy, and more, with the very newest talent and some of the big name panel show regulars, plus hundreds of free shows in amongst the wider programme.

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ED2015 COMEDY NEWS, COLUMNS & INTERVIEWS

Comedy awards flow at the Edinburgh Fringe
ThreeWeeks Editors' Awards presented for 2015
TW Podcast at the Edinburgh Festival 28.08.15
Three To See on 28 Aug: Michael J Dolan, Soweto Afro Pop Opera, Abnormally Funny People
Ally Houston: Clowning with stand-up
Three To See on 27 Aug: Confirmation, Sofie Hagen, Bromance
Edinburgh's comedy shortlists incoming
Sofie Hagen: Bubblewrapped
Michael J Dolan: Three Thousand Weeks
Phone gag tops Dave's list of Fringe one-liners
Richard Gadd takes Amused Moose award
Henry Maynard: Flabbergasting the Fringe
Three To See on 24 Aug: Jimmy McGhie, Women's Hour, BEASTS
Photo Shoot: From David’s camera
Photo Shoot: From Kat's camera
Three To See on 23 Aug: Amused Moose, Vertical Influences, The Elephant In The Room
Festival Of The Spoken Nerd: Fringe Charts 3
Finalists announced for Amused Moose Comedy Awards
Idil Sukan: Awarding the comedy creatives
Keith Farnan: The Fringe survival guide for children
Three To See on 20 Aug: Michael Legge, Nish Kumar, Tatterdemalion
Another awards round up: Angels, Posters and more
Michael Legge: Telling it like it is
Three To See on 19 Aug: Off The Mic, Simon Thacker, The Very Grey Matter Of Edward Blank
Stand-up encourages performers to donate unused fringe food to charity
Three To See on 18 Aug: Traces, Adam Riches, Richard Gadd
Ian Smith: Here, there and whereabouts
Get off the mic and read: New book on the art of stand up to launch at the Fringe
Three To See on 17 Aug: Bathtime, Balletronic, Bucket
Lieven Scheire: Revenge of the nerds
TW Podcast at the Edinburgh Festival 16.08.15
Three To See on 16 Aug: Ben Norris, The Last Kill, James Acaster
Festival Of The Spoken Nerd: Fringe Charts 2
Three To See on 15 Aug: Jessie Cave, The Bookbinder, Splitfoot
Chris Betts: Bar etiquette during the Fringe
Goose: Set loose with a one-man cartoon
Liftshare social enterprise encourages Fringe-goers to think green this Festival
Three To See on 13 Aug: Adam Riches, Racing Minds, The History Of Music
Poetry Corner #04: by Dan Simpson and Oli Forsyth from Stand Up & Slam!
Chris Kent: No stalling
Three To See on 12 Aug: Valiant, Jazzamatazz!, Jonny Awsum
Adam Riches: Rich pickings in Coach Coach’s Fringe team
Three To See on 11 Aug: Penny Ashton, Jethro Compton, Jonny And The Baptists
Best boy gets branded in name a punchline
Three To See ED2015: A bonus set from Meet The Media
Doug Segal: Back reading minds and influencing people
Festival Of The Spoken Nerd: Fringe Charts 1
Ria Lina: A punter’s guide to Fringe marketing and hype
Chuck Armstrong & Charlie Stockman: A guide to adapting the classics
TW Podcast at the Edinburgh Festival 06.08.15
Three To See ED2015: Comedy that's ThreeWeeks approved
Three To See ED2015: Comedy Show Titles Worth Repeating
Elf Lyons: What superheroes taught me about sexiness
Three To See ED2015: Comedians Facing Adversity
The Dead Secrets: Curiosities in the Underbelly vaults
Chris Martin’s Fringe Playlist
Maddy Anholt: Best Fringe date
Lloyd Griffith: I love cathedrals
Three To See ED2015: Sketch Shows Worth Checking
Poetry Corner #02: by Jennie Benton Smith (Class 10B)
LetLuce: Setting sail for another Fringe
TW Podcast at the Edinburgh Festival 30.07.15
Three To See ED2015: Theatrical Comedy
Stewart Francis: Stew penned this
Three To See ED2015: Comedy Acts With Books Out
Andrew Ryan: Former PI turned stand-up
Yianni: Transgressing the 'line'


ED2015 COMEDY REVIEWS



  • Luke Wright: The stay-at-Fringe dandy
  • Sofie Hagen: Bubblewrapped
  • Idil Sukan: Awarding the comedy creatives
  • Michael Legge: Telling it like it is
  • Adam Riches: Rich pickings in Coach Coach’s Fringe team
  • Ali McGregor: All That Jazzamatazz
  • ThreeWeeks Editors’ Awards presented for 2015
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