Abby Wambaugh

  • From Denmark
  • Comedian

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Pleasance adds more shows to Edinburgh Fringe

The Pleasance has added another 134 shows to their Edinburgh Festival Fringe roster this summer.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 2nd April 2024

Pleasance announces 2023 Charlie Hartill winners and Comedy Reserve acts

The Pleasance Comedy Reserve is back for its 17th year at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with a double bill of eight brilliant new acts, hand-picked by the Pleasance and performing at Pleasance Dome and Pleasance Courtyard.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 13th April 2023

Emergency Question: What's the most trivial thing you've seen a child have a strop about?

Edinburgh Fringe comedians answer.

Chortle, 20th August 2022

Emergency Question: What is your most mundane encounter with a celebrity?

Edinburgh Fringe comedians answer.

Chortle, 16th August 2022

Emergency Question: Which conspiracy theory do you think might actually be true?

Edinburgh Fringe comedians answer.

Chortle, 12th August 2022

Emergency Question: Have you ever had anything removed from your body?

Edinburgh Fringe comedians answer.

Chortle, 1st August 2022

16 shows to see at Edinburgh Fringe

My major recommendation would be, after you've booked to see every one of the below shows, have a look on their socials at who they're excited about -- as much as writers would love you to take our word as gospel, no one knows better than they do!

Zoe Paskett, Funny Women, 30th July 2022

Ten trans and non-binary comedians at this year's Fringe

Humanising the often fiery discussion around gender issues - or maybe not mentioning it at all - here are ten transgender and non-binary comics performing at this year's Edinburgh Fringe...

Chortle, 21st July 2022

Interview: Funny Women Award finalist Abby Wambaugh

We spoke to Abby about getting started in comedy, a need for adult attention and dressing room etiquette...

Funny Women, 28th October 2021

Funny Women 2021 final review

One word for Lara Ricote: Wow! The Mexican-born, Dutch-based comic exploded onto the vast stage with several megawatts of vibrant energy - an electric presence for funny, sparkly, self-deprecating stories of her sexual inexperience. Her funny bones are apparent, and she has a well-used knack for physical comedy, too. It was instantly obvious she would be the one to beat... but no one could. Her victory was surely a runaway one.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 24th September 2021

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