Angus Deayton: ‘When did I last cry? England 1 Iceland 2’
The actor and presenter on footballing heroes – and villains – Scottish legs and being a metrosexualBorn in Surrey, Angus Deayton, 60, studied at Oxford University, where he co-created the sketch show Radio Active, which was then adapted for BBC Radio 4. He went on to present Have I Got ... [Read More]
Angus Deayton: ‘When did I last cry? England 1 Iceland 2’
The actor and presenter on footballing heroes – and villains – Scottish legs and being a metrosexualBorn in Surrey, Angus Deayton, 60, studied at Oxford University, where he co-created the sketch show Radio Active, which was then adapted for BBC Radio 4. He went on to present Have I Got ... [Read More]
The Edinburgh shows we want to see: BoJo the clown and humble Kanye West
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It feels as if everyone’s a comedian these days, but what if they really were? We asked six comics to imagine shows for some infamous public figures… Continue reading...... [Read More]
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At the fringe but not sure which tickets to book? Try one, two or all three of these picks from our critics11am, Northern Stage at Summerhall (until 27 August) Continue reading...... [Read More]
Sofie Hagen: why mental health is a laughing matter
The comedian explains why it’s good that comics are talking about mental health – alongside all the loo roll gags Related: Sofie Hagen: Danish comics would ask, ‘Do you need me to have sex with you?' At 15, I watched comedy for the first time. It popped up on my TV and caught me by... [Read More]
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The comedian explains why it’s good that comics are talking about mental health – alongside all the loo roll gags Related: Sofie Hagen: Danish comics would ask, ‘Do you need me to have sex with you?' At 15, I watched comedy for the first time. It popped up on my TV and caught me by... [Read More]
Isy Suttie's six tips for meeting The Actual One – video
How should you act when you come face-to-face with a potential partner? Don’t be scared of silence, don’t be too keen – and make sure you’re brutally, brutally honest about them. Isy Suttie and Stephen Wight demonstrate six ways to check your compatibilityIsy Suttie is at Soh... [Read More]
Isy Suttie's six tips for meeting The Actual One – video
How should you act when you come face-to-face with a potential partner? Don’t be scared of silence, don’t be too keen – and make sure you’re brutally, brutally honest about them. Isy Suttie and Stephen Wight demonstrate six ways to check your compatibilityIsy Suttie is at Soh... [Read More]