Day two of the Fringe. There are a few differences this year: no more physical tickets, (sad news for the scrap bookers) and the controversial choice to not have an Edinburgh Fringe app.
Not all Circus’s need a tent. This is one of the best family attractions. Featuring acrobats, knife throwers and daredevil motorcyclists. You can even treat yourself to an Iron Brew ice-cream outside the venue.
Alice Brine: ‘Brinestorm’
Alice asks the questions many comedians are too scared to ask? Whilst asking us to decide what type of people we are, she discusses the horrors of social media running wild and how to get back at your ex. A delightful debut hour.
Helen Bauer: ‘ Madam Good Tit’
Helen returns after her nominated debut hour. The Trusty Hogs podcast co-host discusses body positivity, outlandish tales of adolescent discoveries with just a sprinkle of heartbreak. An ebullient performance, a joy.
Jake Lambert: ‘Liminal’
Jake is always an affable performer and has delivered an engaging show that covers his epilepsy, plotting his own indie rom-com and some brilliantly observed joke on Anatidae. An absolute must-see.
Tim Key: ‘ Mulberry’.
The award winning stand-up delivered his own unique look into his lockdown story. Tim deals with fame, lockdown rituals, and loneliness, intercepted with splashes of poetry and audience interaction
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