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 in last year.
Self-confessed comedian and ‘wierdo’ Lou Conran, talks to
dead people. This summer she’ll be spending the Edinburgh Festival Fringe on a
makeshift stage in a caravan parked on the Assembly Gardens. She chats to a
very much alive Martin Walker about her clairvoyant family, and a trip to
Stand-up comedian, Adrienne Truscott chats to Martin Walker
about feminism, Andy Kaufman, wrestling and gearing up for her second Edinburgh
Festival Fringe show, Adrienne Truscott's A One-Trick Pony!