Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Want a sneak preview of the Fringe line-up...?

Chortle's got it! Not all the comedy acts by any means (no David O'Doherty yet for a start!) but a great start with over 400 shows listed. Tim Minchin (9.45 Pleasance Courtyard), Rhod Gilbert (8pm Pleasance Courtyard) and Mark Watson (*also* 8pm Pleasance Courtyard, but a different room, presumably) can all look forward to seeing me looking over-excited in the audience....

10 comments:

Dean said...

Look closer! (and under I - took me two goes to spot it...)

Glad to see We Need Answers is back, by far the late-night Fringe show

AnnaWaits said...

Oh good work! It's a bit silly of Chortle to do it that way but they've got a system and they're sticking to it! Yeah, looks like I'm going to We Need Answers on Sunday 10th :)

Dean said...

Doesn't the Fringe programme do it that way too anyways?

Are you still up 10th-15th? Figuring out dates at the moment so can start looking for accommodation.

Hehe, you seem to have your shows planned out well in advance again!

Linzy said...

Rhod's in Pleasance One and Mark's in Pleasance Grand. I'm so full of useless information it's unbelievable.

AnnaWaits said...

Not at all - that's thoroughly useful!

Dean said...

From his newsletter today, Daniel Kitson will be there with a Theatre/Story show ("a breakup show for my flat") at The Traverse, and The Honourable Men of Art (late night shenanigans with Andy Zaltzmann, Alun Cochrane and David O Doherty) at The Stand.

AnnaWaits said...

That sounds great! Thanks :)

Dean said...

Hmm... David O'Doherty now appears to have two shows with "Let's Comedy" at The Stand as well as "I Can't Sleep".

AnnaWaits said...

Oh wow - you're good at this!x

Dean said...

Just one of my many talents :D

There's a big row going on about the entire "Edinburgh Comedy Festival" by the way:

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/article4036501.ece