Chambers acts enjoyed a wonderful Edinburgh Fringe this year with packed out shows and rave reviews across the month.
Joe Lycett had a wonderful festival, selling out his run and performing an extra packed-out show at the prestigious Pleasance Grand to over 700 people. That’s The Way, A-Ha Ah-Ha, Joe Lycett was also wonderfully received by the critics, including a four and a half star review from Chortle and four star reviews from both The Daily Mirror and Independent newspapers.
Stuart Goldsmith also had a terrific Fringe, packing out his show An Hour for the entire month and earning a nomination for the Amused Moose Best Show Award and a string of rave reviews in the process. Stuart also had a plethora of wonderful guests for The Comedian’s Comedian Live, attracting great audiences for the full run of live podcasts.
Pippa Evans enjoyed a brilliant August as well, her show There Are No Guilty Pleasures proving to be one of the undeniable hits of the Free Fringe with full houses every single day of the run and a string of brilliant reviews.
Frankie Boyle was also in town, performing a run of work in progress shows and presenting the Edinburgh Television Awards to rapturous acclaim.
And last but by no means least was Trevor Noah, who brought his hit show Lost In Translation for three sell-out nights at Assembly Hall.