Danish comedian Sofie Hagen tackles taboo subjects with
charm and sensibility, bullet-proof timing and an insatiably amiable
personality. So to publicise her
Edinburgh Festival Fringe debut hour, Sofie talks to Martin Walker about... Westlife.
Focus people! David Mills returns to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe
with brand new, razor sharp rants delivered with his signature cocktail swagger
and his biting, acerbic wit. Martin
Walker attempts to persuade this cross between, Dave Allen and Larry Grayson, not to quit
comedy and take up alternative dance.
Georgia Hurt and Laura Anderson have been friends and comedy
partners since the age of 15, making their Edinburgh Festival Fringe debut as
Hurt and Anderson in 2011. In a very special interview, they talk to Martin
Walker about what to expect from their latest offering, Sketchbombs and as an extra treat, perform an excerpt from the
Patrick Monahan is the happiest man in comedy. Funny, successful and increasingly, on TV. Martin Walker eventually asks about Patrick’s 2015 Edinburgh Fringe appearances, but not before they tackle the much trickier subject of how to give a good hug.