Fringe Review – A Boy Named Cash (rating: 5/5) There are some acts we all wished we had seen. For me, Johnny Cash is one of them. Well, I reckon I can just about tick that box after seeing Monty Cotton. The young man from Perth, Australia, is said to have “woken one day in […]
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Fringe Review – The Waiting Game (rating: 5/5) Fresh from a sold out run in New York, The Waiting Game is a game changer. Written by Charles Gershman and directed by Nathan Wright this play enjoying its UK debut features the lives and loves of four gay men, and is a pared down production with […]
Double Scottish comedy award winning comedian Vladimir McTavish recommends the top comedy shows MICHAEL REDMOND: I WROTE A JOKE IN 1987 Gilded Balloon Teviot, Bristo Suare 6.30pm Legendary Irish stand-up Michael Redmond is probably best known as Father Stone from Channel 4’s Father Ted. For the past thirty-odd years, he has been one of the most […]
Fringe Review – Man and Boy (rating: 4/5) So what makes a successful financial journalist up sticks from the City of London and decamp to Edinburgh for the month of August? Could it be the creation of one of Europe’s largest fund management powerhouses? RBS delivering its first profits for a number of years? Hitting […]