Cam Spence presents an explosive debut hour of idiosyncratic character comedy at this years Fringe Festival. Welcome to The Sunshine Clinic. Performing at the Pleasance Bunker expect self-help and character comedy. Cam spoke with The Fountain about her show and where she gets her influence from.Read More
The Saturday Night Live writer and former editor-at-large of online satirical women’s magazine Reductress comes to the Fringe for the first time with a show all about true crime, the dark side of reality TV and very powerful ghosts. Anna Drezen is at the Pleasance Courtyard for the month of August with her show, Okay Get Home Safe!, and spoke with The Fountain about the influences and Edinburgh plans as a first time Fringe performer.Read More
Michael Jablonka is renowned for performing with the soulful award-nominated and winner, Michael Kiwanuka. but certainly shows with new EP, Go-Go, that he can hold his own as a solo performer. Establishing a Rootsy-blues, American-rock kind of sound, his four-track record is clearly influenced by the likes of Radiohead, Beck and Hendrix, whilst centring around an old drum machine he picked up in New York.Read More
Since forming in 1994, Bis have continually mutated their initial influences of Synth pop, Riot Grrrl and DIY Punk into weird and wonderful songs with a natural gift for melodic earworms with a disco heartbeat. SciFi Steven, John Disco and Manda Rin first caught the UK underground’s attention with the Disco Nation 45 EP in 1995. Its cross-breeding of Huggy Bear, Blur and Devo made it stand out in the underground music scenes, and they are very much still going working with Last Night From Glasgow to release their tracks including their newest, There Is No Point (Other Than The Point That There Is No Point). Amanda from the band spoke with The Fountain about working with Last Night From Glasgow (LNFG) and the reception to the new track.Read More
The mother of all confessional shows from the bestselling author and star of The Fast Show and Two Doors Down, Does My Mum Loom Big In This? is for everyone who’s had a mother or been a mother, featuring hair-raising hilarious true stories from Arabella Weir’s dysfunctional childhood, her perilous career and her life as a single working mother. With Arabella hitting the Fringe this year, she spoke with The Fountain about the premise of her show and her plans whilst in Edinburgh for August.Read More
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