Comedy Interviews

Monster of Mash

Nish Kumar credits the Fringe with his transformation into a political satirist, leading to his presenting role on The Mash Report Words Stephen Armstrong     Nish Kumar is not only, according to GQ, the nati...

Lightning Rhod

Six years on from his last stand-up tour, Rhod Gilbert is back to talk honestly about his life – at last. Words Stephen Armstrong      Rhod Gilbert knows how to command a stage. Fringe regulars were blown awa...

Video: Rose Matafeo chats to EdFestMag.com

Rose Matafeo took some time out of her busy Edinburgh Fringe run to chat to us at EdFestMag.com. Find out exactly what Horndog is all about, how Rose got started with standup, her love/hate relationship with c...

Dick and Dom chat to EdFestMag.com

As two of the biggest names at this year’s festival, Dick and Dom have upscaled from the comfort of their bungalow to the massive McEwan Hall to bring their high tempo show to the Fringe for the first time. Th...

Lost Voice Guy chats to EdFestMag.com

Lost Voice Guy takes time out of his sold-out comedy show to chat to us over at EdFestMag.com Find out who inspired him to be a comedian, why he auditioned for Britain's Got Talent and what's next on the sch...
Brett Goldstein

Festival Favourites: Brett Goldstein

We chat to our Festival Favourite Brett Goldstein ahead of this year's Fringe. Brett Goldstein, your show tackles sex, porn, love and addiction.Has your love life been a bit rocky of late? Brett Goldstein: I...
Jess Robinson

Festival Favourites: Jess Robinson

We chat to our Festival Favourite Jess Robinson ahead of her performance at this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Can you tell us a little about the show? Jess Robinson: It’s called No Filter and it’s a litt...

Award Winners: Natalie Palamides

We chat to Award Winner Natalie Palamides ahead of their performance at this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Tell us about your show My show follows a pretty cool dude, Nate, on his journey to find love. O...
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