Nic Sampson
Nic Sampson

Nic Sampson

  • Actor and writer

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Avalon Management announces Edinburgh Fringe line-up

Avalon have announced their promoted line-up of artists who are performing at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2024.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 2nd April 2024

Over 100 more shows added to Assembly's Edinburgh Fringe line-up

Summer is on the way and the festival season is hotting up, with Assembly Festival announcing a further 110 shows for this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 28th March 2024

Starstruck review

Rose Matafeo's romcom ditches the love story (and is better than ever).

Rachel Aroesti, The Guardian, 28th August 2023

Starstruck review

Rose Matafeo's beloved BBC romcom hasn't lost any of its charm.

Kirsten Grant, The Telegraph, 28th August 2023

Starstruck Series 3 launches on 28th August

Series 3 of Rose Matafeo's sitcom Starstruck comes to BBC Three and BBC iPlayer on Monday 28th August.

British Comedy Guide, 15th August 2023

Who wants a lockdown one-liner? How comics are covering Covid at Edinburgh Fringe

The festival is in full swing with audiences crammed into comedy clubs. But is our global pandemic the elephant in the room?

Brian Logan, The Guardian, 16th August 2022

Three sporty stories

Three sporty stories at Edinburgh Festival 2022...

Caro Moses, ThreeWeeks, 3rd August 2022

Debutante's ball: Edinburgh Fringe Debuts

New comedy? One ticket please! Here's our top picks from the hunners of acts making their debuts at Edinburgh Fringe 2022.

Polly Glynn, The Skinny, 2nd August 2022

EdFringe talk: Nic Sampson: Marathon, 1904

"I'm from New Zealand which is traditionally located on the other side of the world, so getting to Edinburgh has been difficult in the past."

Dan Lentell, Get Your Coats On, 31st July 2022

Interview with comedian Nic Sampson

New Zealand comedian Nic Sampson is heading up to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe for the first time this August. We talk about his expectations, his show, and why he wanted to get into comedy.

Tom Inniss, Voice Magazine, 20th July 2022

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