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Accommodation woes

Wednesday 14th August 2019

We asked a range of comedians about their accommodation at this year's Fringe, and for disaster stories from previous years.

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Press Clippings

Michael Redmond claims comics left out of pocket by gig

Michael Redmond claims he and his comedy pals have been left out of pocket for thousands of pounds in appearance cash. Michael, 70, insists promoter Charlene Heron, 35, hasn't paid them for a string of gigs in Scotland arranged by her Dead Sheep Comedy company. Other stand-ups include circuit regulars Susan Riddell, 37, Vladimir McTavish aka Paul Sneddon, 63, and compere Bill Dewar.

Douglas Walker, The Scottish Sun, 8th November 2020

Vladimir McTavish: tough times for the performing arts

It's not so funny being a comedian when you can't go on stage.

Vladimir McTavish, Edinburgh Evening News, 16th October 2020

Line-Up announced for August online Fringe festival

Laughing Horse Comedy has launched its programme of shows today for its 2020 Edinburgh Fringe line-up that has been taken online. The spirit of the Fringe will continue online this year, with a month of comedy shows, plus children's shows, cabaret and spoken word.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 7th July 2020

Free Edinburgh Fringe Festival goes online

The Free Edinburgh Fringe Festival is launching its 2020 summer series of Fringe shows powered by Cisco and streamed live on Twitch. It starts on Saturday 30th May, with its first-ever online show - a Pick of the Fringe gig featuring six top comedians.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 26th May 2020

Saturday Night Live at The Stand review

Nothing beats a live gig, but if this is to be the new normal of stand-up comedy for a while... well, it's not too bad.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 22nd March 2020

Paul Sneddon recalls his most memorable gigs

'It was an incredibly arrogant thing for me to do'

Paul Sneddon, Chortle, 20th August 2019

Vlad's tips: Fringe faces of the future

We''e now approaching the end of Week Two of the Edinburgh Fringe, the world's largest arts festival and Scotland's biggest traffic jam.

Terry Murden, Daily Business Magazine, 14th August 2019

Accommodation woes

We asked a range of comedians about their accommodation at this year's Fringe, and for disaster stories from previous years.

British Comedy Guide, 14th August 2019