2015 Edinburgh Fringe

Abigoliah's GoPro Comedy Talk Show!

  • Kids (55 minutes)
Abigoliah's GoPro Comedy Talk Show!. Abigoliah Schamaun

NYC Comic, Abigoliah Schamaun, has devised a talk show where you, the audience, are the star! Armed with a GoPro Camera atop her head, Schamaun will host an hour of games, fire tricks, audience interviews and special guests, rounding it all off with a Bertie Bots Every Flavoured Bean Challenge. Every Show will be filmed with the GoPro Camera then uploaded to the internet so you can share it with friends and family. Not advisable for people in witness protection. ***** (ThreeWeeks.co.uk).

Featuring

Performances

Date Time Venue
6th Aug 12.45 The Free Sisters
7th Aug 12.45 The Free Sisters
8th Aug 12.45 The Free Sisters
9th Aug 12.45 The Free Sisters
10th Aug 12.45 The Free Sisters
11th Aug 12.45 The Free Sisters
12th Aug 12.45 The Free Sisters
13th Aug 12.45 The Free Sisters
14th Aug 12.45 The Free Sisters
15th Aug 12.45 The Free Sisters
16th Aug 12.45 The Free Sisters
17th Aug 12.45 The Free Sisters
18th Aug 12.45 The Free Sisters
20th Aug 12.45 The Free Sisters
21st Aug 12.45 The Free Sisters
22nd Aug 12.45 The Free Sisters
23rd Aug 12.45 The Free Sisters
24th Aug 12.45 The Free Sisters
25th Aug 12.45 The Free Sisters
26th Aug 12.45 The Free Sisters
27th Aug 12.45 The Free Sisters
28th Aug 12.45 The Free Sisters
29th Aug 12.45 The Free Sisters
30th Aug 12.45 The Free Sisters

Reviews

Press articles

Malcolm Hardee Award 2015 nominees

A list of the nominees for the 2015 Malcolm Hardee Awards.

British Comedy Guide, 25th August 2015

One man's day at the Edinburgh Fringe

Mark, a man of mystery who runs the British Comedy Guide website, had sent me a piece about Abigoliah Schamaun, who has been plastering fake review quotes and stars on her show posters. He suggested she might be a worthy Malcolm Hardee Cunning Stunt Award nominee.

John Fleming, John Fleming's Blog, 11th August 2015

Ten things performers say after sex

Abigoliah Schamaun spills some bedroom secrets.

Abigoliah Schamaun, Chortle, 11th August 2015

Fame Costs with Abigoliah Schmaun

Lance interviews Abigoliah Schmaun.

Peter Michael Marino, The Public Reviews, 8th August 2015

Child's play

This year's Fringe is stuffed with interactive theatre and comedy for kids. Jane Howard explores the options for children who just love to get involved.

Jane Howard, Fest Mag, 4th August 2015

5 things I've learned at the Fringe: Abigoliah Schamaun

Some tough love for the sensitive performer...

Abigoliah Schamaun, WOW247, 4th August 2015

Kids picks

Top kids shows at the Fringe.

Fest Mag, 3rd August 2015

Preview: Edinburgh Fringe 2015

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is back with an innovative, international and adventurous festival, bound to provide many unforgettable moments for festival goers travelling to Scotland's capital city from all around the world.

Andrew Dipper, Giggle Beats, 2nd August 2015

More details

After years of being know as an adults only "no holds bar comedian", Abigoliah Schamaun has decided to show the world her softer and sillier side.

Since moving to London in July of last year, Schamaun has been a regular performer on one UK's premier live children's show, Comedy Club 4 Kids. And here's what she has learned. Children are awesome, and they say the darnedest things.

Once, and adorable young boy put his hand up and announced "Statically speaking, American's are more likely to become cowboys!" A person cannot argue withe such sound logic.

So it's with that Abigoliah devised a talk show where YOU the audience, are the star! Armed with a GoPro Camera atop her head, Schamaun will host an hour of games, fire tricks, audience interviews and special guests, rounding it all off with a Bertie Bots Every Flavoured Bean Challenge.

Every show will be uploaded to Youtube for parents and kids to watch again, and share with they're friends and family. It will be a fun, shambolic romp, for kids and parents a like. Maybe it'll be a great, maybe it'll be awful. It all depends on the audience. Abigoliah is just the camera man.

Abigoliah started stand up in New York and has had international success touring in the US, UK, South East Asia, Norway, Denmark and Australia. She's appeared as a guest on BBC Radio 4 and was cast as a principal part in the TV pilot, How Come I'm not Famous Yet. She has an extensive background in theatre and improvisation and a BFA in Musical Theatre and a minor in creative writing.

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