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Clive Live

Remind yourself how much you’ve missed it, as Whose Line is it Anyway makes its Fringe debut. Clive Anderson talks to Kate Copstick He comes to Edinburgh every year to record a special Fringe edition of his ...

Inala: Ladysmith Black Mambazo meets modern dance

Pietra Mello-Pittman needed Inala – an abundance of good will – when she decided to combine the Grammy award-winning sounds of Ladysmith Black Mambazo with dance. Words Kelly Apter Bringing together two of t...

Perfectly Frank: Meet the King of Crude

He can’t help being the king of crude, but Frank Skinner has calmed down a lot since his famously wild younger days. Frank Skinner is 57. It’s 23 years since he won the Perrier award, and it’s seven years si...

Glenn Wool: Festival Favourite

Tell us about your new show, Wool’s Gold. It’s a combination of my last seven solo shows in Edinburgh. These are my favourite bits from all the shows. There are new nooks and crannies in the jokes - and I’m a ...

Bring On The Storm: Nancy Dell’Olio is on a mission

Pilloried by the press throughout her relationship with Sven Goran Eriksson, Nancy Dell’Olio is on a mission to reveal her true self, as she tells Kate Copstick. “I always knew that I was a little different....

Call Girl

Inspired by the real life 1970s controversy where Swedish politicians were implicated in the exploitation of underage prostitutes, Call Girl effectively combines a coming of age story with a political thriller....
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Andrew Lawrence: Too Ugly for Television

Having thoroughly, and threateningly, warned reviewers not to call him misanthropic, Andrew Lawrence ensures that the word is stuck front and centre in my mind as I watch him perform his latest show, Too Ugly f...
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