Adam Larter.

BCG Features

Fringe Q&A: What are you putting in your suitcase?

Thursday 26th July 2018

A hazmat suit, a horse's head, a Mr Miyagi doll, five kilos of dried super-long spaghetti, and Immodium - just some of the things that comedians are putting in their suitcases ahead of getting on planes and trains bound for the Edinburgh Festival.


Edinburgh Fringe Extra

Friday 1st September 2017

From a poster made out of parsley to bin-based bruises, the BCG team rounds up some interesting and funny stories and stunts from the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe.


Crocodile's Perfect Christmas

Tuesday 29th November 2016

To promote the Weirdos Alternative Christmas Pantomime 2016, the characters Croc and Dorito Fish compile a 'Perfect Christmas' list.


Press Clippings

Laugh Out London's Edinburgh Fringe Awards 2018

It's been another amazing Edinburgh Festival Fringe full of great comedy, captivating drama and too many chips. The Edinburgh Comedy Awards have made their decision on who won this year's festival, but we now bring you the only awards that truly matter - Laugh Out London's Edinburgh Fringe Comedy Awards, also known as the LOLlies.

Laugh Out London, 26th August 2018

Fringe Festival - 2018 show dates

The annual festival is back with comedy, music and cabaret acts for all.

Kathy Giddins, The Sun, 13th August 2018

Adam Larter: Edinburgh Fringe 2018 interview

Adam Larter interview.

Laugh Out London, 8th August 2018

20 character/clown comedy recommendations for Fringe

Laugh Out London brings you a list of some of the best character/clown comedy shows you will see at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018.

Laugh Out London, 9th July 2018

The Greatest 50 Films In 50 Sketches - gig review

Forget the Oscars, THE biggest cinema-based event last night was surely The Greatest 50 Films In 50 Sketches, an assembly of acts penning bespoke five-minute routines based on a crowdsource list of the best movies of all time.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 5th March 2018

Tone of Voice: Comedians Improve Advertising review

Advertising, ideally, finds a single message and pursues it relentlessly and efficiently. No such effectiveness with this new comedy night based on the business, however, which has a good central idea but is way too rough around the edges to pay off properly.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 16th January 2018

Review: Tony Law and Friends in the Battle For Icetopia

It's a big, bold and fun show, and a step into territory that most comedians would literally fear to tread. It's reassuring to know that a pulse still beats in the live comedy world away from the weekly treadmill of the clubs.

Paul Fleckney, Chortle, 15th October 2017

Live Review: The Battle for Icetopia

The whole enterprise, produced by Alex Hardy and written and directed by Adam Larter has a wonderful "We can't believe we are doing this" atmosphere. It is a glorious triumph of collaborative effort.

Claire Smith, Beyond The Joke, 15th October 2017