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30 of the best rated comedy acts returning to Fringe

These 30 comedy acts received four- and five-star reviews from The Scotsman critics in 2018 and they're returning to the Fringe in 2019.

The Scotsman, 17th July 2019

Review: The Big Funny Festival

The Big Funny Festival is the latest attempt to convert marquee comedy into an all-day event, not just a nice evening gig.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 17th June 2019

Hal Cruttenden, Lost Voice Guy, Angelos Epithemiou

What do you get when you mix a Britain's Got Talent winner, a misfit, and an apparent Mr Tumble look-a-like? Well, that would be a pretty good night of comedy.

Annabal Bagdi, The Shropshire Star, 13th May 2019

Hal Cruttenden interview

The standup, writer and actor on the things that make him laugh the most.

Harriet Gibsone, The Guardian, 21st December 2018

Hal Cruttenden: Chubster - The Lowry, Salford review

It is hard to remember a show that is so potentially offensive being so very funny.

Dave Cunningham, The Reviews Hub, 8th October 2018

When the star turns into the support act

Life on the road for touring comedians can be a precarious, unpredictable business for comedians. If the road works and the diversions don't delay you enough the traffic jams probably will, as Eshaan Akbar found out on his way to North Devon.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 14th September 2018

10 comedy shows you must see

Here's our pick of this year's must see comedy shows.

The Scotsman, 15th August 2018

Why Brexit is getting laughs at the Edinburgh Fringe

Britain's departure from the EU is a hard topic to get away from, even at the Edinburgh Fringe. But has anyone in Edinburgh found anything new and, more importantly, anything funny to say about it?

Vincent Dowd, BBC, 14th August 2018