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Grant Stott's Fringe experiences

He has always loved the Fringe, but the thrill - and fear - of his own show has taken the experience to a new level for Grant Stott.

Grant Stott, The Scotsman, 1st August 2017

50 Fringe shows you should consider seeing ...

We've selected 50 that we think are worth your consideration.

Allan Crow, Fife Today, 27th July 2017

Grant Stott to present comedy quiz show on BBC Radio Scotland

Grant Stott is to present Stop The Press, a new comedy quiz show on BBC Radio Scotland.

British Comedy Guide, 20th March 2017

An interview with Grant Stott

Grant Stott interview.

Mumble Comedy, 15th February 2017

Who's representing your city at the Edinburgh Fringe?

Edinburgh is world famous for its annual Festival Fringe (5-29 Aug) which showcases performing arts from across the world, but focusses mainly on comedy.

Alex Watson, WOW247, 26th July 2016

Fringe 2016 - Grant Stott's Tales from Behind the Mic

Former policeman-turned-Radio Forth DJ Grant Stott debuts his dazzling solo show following his appearances in the sold out Fringe First-winning Kiss Me Honey, Honey and Willie and Sebastian.

The Edinburgh Reporter, 10th July 2016

Grant Stott 'My first solo Edinburgh show'

Former copper, Grant Stott, is a popular TV and radio presenter, best known to theatre audiences for playing the villain in the annual panto at Edinburgh's King's Theatre. As Grant explains to Martin Walker, 'Tales from Behind the Mic' is his first Edinburgh Fringe solo show - and a chance to share some career highs and lows...

Martin Walker, Broadway Baby, 16th June 2016

Canned Laughter brings trio of comedians together

Three of Scotland's most loved comic actors are to star in a new play which will be given its "world premiere" in Kirkcaldy next month. Over many years, the talents of Allan Stewart, Andy Gray and Grant Stott have endeared them to pantomime audiences in Edinburgh and now the rest of the country will have a chance to enjoy their comic chemistry when the new play goes on tour.

Nan Spowart, The National, 4th February 2016