Sunday 5th August 2018
We asked some of the people who are performing shows at the Edinburgh Fringe what the worst thing they've ever done at a festival is. Brace yourself for some of these answers....
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.
While the name of the show invokes images of violence and negativity - a fact not unnoticed by the playwright - the show is poignant, entertaining and a clever way to stand its ground on an issue that we continue to fight.Amy Toledano, The Play's The Thing UK, 24th June 2019
My verdict? A crazy show that's surprisingly considered, as well as cathartic, raising big points & big laughs - a vital part of the climate conversation.Debbie, Mind the Blog, 17th June 2019
All in all, it was a very fun evening. I'm still not convinced this whole climate change malarkey is an actual thing so I'll just get back to eating loads of meat and flying short distances.Amie Spudge Taylor, The LGBTQ Arts Review, 10th June 2019
Overall, I wish this show had a bigger production value, as its fringe-like setting is brilliant, but the concept of the play is so much bigger as it provocatively pushes the boundaries. If it kept the same actors and script, but went onto a bigger stage and gained a wider audience, I think this show would cause a volcanic stir in our society. A ludicrous evening of politics and wit.Madeline Lee, A Younger Theatre, 10th June 2019
Kill Climate Deniers may have seemed to some to be a disturbing, provocative title, but the play itself is a gentle knockabout comedy that has very little to say about climate change or the difficulties of getting action to stop it.Keith Mckenna, British Theatre Guide, 9th June 2019
A lovingly crafted satirical swipe at climate change issues that remarkably, given its predictions of catastrophe, provides a welcome shot of optimism perfect for today's jaded and cynical times.Mike Carter, Everything Theatre, 9th June 2019
To celebrate the legends that bring us the lols, we've put together a bumper list of our favourite comedians performing at the moment - the big names and the ones you've yet to fall in love with.Zoe Paskett, Evening Standard, 9th May 2019