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The idea for this article came to be whilst attending this years annual Edinburgh Fringe Festival (2014). It details a short history of British stand up comedy from the 1800s through to the present day.
When respected Edinburgh Gentleman and City Councillor, Deacon William Brodie, chases his love of gambling, he is drawn deep into a double life. Before long the open respectability of day gives way to a hidden life of crime at night, and soon, Brodie is on a trajectory to disaster .…
It’s the 1970s Ryan Walker is and already been married 2 years to a girl he is very much in love with. A new job sees him working in Edinburgh, One summers Afternoon a workmate takes him for a lunchtime beer. Innocent enough? Yes, except the bar the was taken…
This is a retelling in my own style of a Scottish Folk tale. It is loosely based on a real story. There is nothing deserves a PG warning but the narrative, although humourous, does get really greusome at times Sawney Bean is a tongue in cheek retelling of an Edinburgh…