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Spencer Jones – Underbelly Cowgate, Edinburgh

Writer: Spencer Jones Reviewer: Fergus Morgan Spencer Jones was the surprise comedy hit of last year’s festival. His show, Spencer Jones Presents The Herbert In Proper Job, was a gloriously barmy mix of anthropomorphic household objects, surreal audience participation, and brilliantly silly use of audio technology. This year, Jones has returned to Underbelly Cowgate with his 2015 hit, as well ...

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Adam Hess : Salmon – Heroes @ The Hive, Edinburgh

Reviewer: Andy Moseley Audiences may not know who Adam Hess is, but he certainly hopes to change that, so much so that a feature of this show is the frequent return to a note book with assorted facts and unusual observations about him. It’s a great device that helps to make him a very genuine, honest, entertaining, and amusing comedian. ...

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FIVE FAST FRINGE QUESTIONS with…Spencer Jones

In one sentence tell us about your show. Me being funny with stuff I have lying around the house. What made you decide to bring a show this year? My roof needs redoing and I don’t do the lottery. Any advice you’ve heard or can give to anyone coming to the Fringe for the first time. Yes. Find someone better ...

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The Hive- Pleasance Dome, Edinburgh

Writers: Florence O’Mahony and Nick Gilbert Directed by: Florence O’Mahony Reviewer: Michelle Haynes “Safety in segregation. Peace in solidarity. Pleasure in logic.” When the world erupts, all nature is lost and technology is all you know should you accept the protocol or dig for something deper? Florence O’Mahony and Nick Gilbert’s The Hive plummets the audience deep underground into a ...

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