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Comedy rewinds to the VHS era

The cult show that splices Evil Dead II with Elvis Presley hits is now on video cassette as stand-ups hark back to retro formats.

Brian Logan, The Guardian, 8th December 2020

Rob Kemp's Elvis Dead live show to be released on VHS

Rob Kemp's multi-award winning show The Elvis Dead is to be released... on video cassette.

British Comedy Guide, 2nd November 2020

Chortle's Fast Fringe is back!

Richard Herring, Nick Helm, Kevin Eldon and Lucy Porter are among the comedians featured in the video version of our acclaimed annual showcase, released today.

Chortle, 20th July 2020

10x10: Ten shows to celebrate the Moon landings

As we prepare to mark 50 years since the Apollo 11 Moon landings, here are ten Edinburgh Fringe shows linked to space and astronomy - however tenuously.

Chortle, 9th July 2019

Live review: Rob Kemp / Josh Pugh

Both of these were shows that I think will do really well at the Edinburgh Festival.

Alex Finch, Comedy To Watch, 29th April 2019

Rob Kemp: The Elvis Dead - The Lowry, Salford - Review

The Elvis Dead is the best horror/ comedy/ music tribute since The Rocky Horror Show; although it is doubtful whether it will be able to achieve the same level of success while retaining its ramshackle charm.

Dave Cunningham, The Reviews Hub, 15th October 2018

10 of the best: Fringe comedy shows for every taste

A selection of 10 Fringe comedies.

Kirsty Gordon, The Herald, 5th August 2018

50 brilliant shows to see at the 2018 Edinburgh Fringe

This summer, the Scottish capital is hosting everything from Jane Austen-inspired improv and Ethiopian circus to Beckett and Bernstein. Here is our critics' pick of what to see.

The Telegraph, 27th July 2018

10 musical/cabaret comedy recommendations

Laugh Out London brings you a list of some of the best musical/cabaret comedy shows you will see at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018.

Laugh Out London, 23rd July 2018

28 of the best comedy shows at the Fringe

We took a look at the huge lineup of comedy gear at this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe and selected a sample of the shows that are already tickling our tickly bits.

Brian Donaldson, The List, 20th July 2018

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