Spencer Jones was a student of Philippe Gaulier and
Edinburgh Comedy Award winner Doctor Brown. He was nominated for a BAFTA for
his debut television show Big Babies. Spencer explains to Martin Walker why he
chose to be a clown.
Comedian and writer Kelly Kingham tells Martin Walker why he left it so late to take up ‘showbiz’. He also reveals that for his Edinburgh Fringe debut 'JUMP' he wrote a musical using a 'how to' book. This year he presents his first hour of stand up comedy.
According to the Fringe programme, there are two types of
people in the world - and eighteen year old stand-up newcomer Kirsten Macgregor
hates them both. Kirsten talks to Martin Walker about her first hour at the
Fringe, premature old age and why she feels suicidal at train stations.
Aidan Strangeman is a long-time musician and songwriter and
relative newcomer to stand-up comedy. As he explains to Martin Walker, he’s
delighted to be bringing his debut comedy show to The Gilded Balloon after
winning 'So You Think You're Funny' last year.