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“In contrast with (my) generation, which had spent most of its time online learning to code so that it could add crude butterfly animations to the backgrounds of its weblogs, the generation immediately following had spent most of its time online making incredibly bigoted jokes in order to laugh at the idiots who were stupid…

ED FRIN TIPS I am not going to the Ed Frin for the 2nd time in 30 years. If I were going I would go and see the following 5 shows, and I would also point out that it is important to support non-Pleaseance/Underbelly/Assembly/Avalon shows as all those sets ups run people in to debt,…

EIGHTEEN ED FRINGE TIPS I’m all sold out for the Ed Fringe but here’s eighteen tips of things likely to be better than me. 11.00 am Stand 1 Bridget Christie (the duchess of stand-up) 11.30 am Assembly George Sq – Derevo – Once (physical euro-theatre) 12.00 mid-day Stand 2 – Daniel Kitson (the arch-duke of…

This mini-newsletter is intended to cover weekly extras in the current slew of stuff related to me. The absence of anything should not be seen as an indication of its cancellation. Everything will be covered in the next big monthly or weekly newsletter, including final line-ups for ATP at Prestatyn 15-17 April, which isn’t cancelled,…

The Artistry Of Standup Comedy - October 2015 Exeunt Magazine - October 1st, 2015

This is an Excerpt from ‘The Artistry of Stand Up Comedy’, here. Stand-up comedy is so very Brechtian. It is as if all comedians, consciously or unconsciously, exist at this pole of theatrical theory. The frame of comedy itself is a large, obviously unreal, artistic construction, where every element of life is turned on its…

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