Edinburgh is a fabulous city to visit anytime of the year, but August is extra special. This is when the Scottish capital grows a comedy extension to further embellish its already huge popularity.
I first visited the Fringe in the late ’90s and laughed out load to the likes of Johnny Vegas, Milton Jones Richard Herring. My latest visit was my first in five years and the first time that I had appreciated the vast array of free fare on offer alongside the likes of well known comic genius Frankie Boyle (brilliant) and Reginald D Hunter (a little disappointing).
If it’s free, it can’t be that great, right? With time on the side of my mate and I, we decided to chance our arm. After all, what did we have to lose?
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