THE COMEDY COW HAS A BEEF WITH EDINBURGH
Bad news for fans of The Comedy Cow - MKs comedy brand is upping sticks and moving to Edinburgh. The good news is that it's only temporarily. The brand is taking a trio of laugh-bringers to the Scottish capital to 'work' their magic during this year's Fringe Festival, with the show Prime Cut. Starting on Friday (August 1) the team will enjoy a nine-day stint at the decidedly trendy venue, The Outhouse. It's a prime location for our beefy bill too - just a stones throw away from Edinburgh's Playhouse Theatre. So, who are the comedy bringers? Aaron Twitchen (above) is the host, an man with the feel-good factor, he played his first show at a Comedy Cow Open Mic night in Stony Stratford. Opening the show is Jake Lambert (below), who was discovered during a rather dull night in Leighton Buzzard, playing to just three people. Luckily one of those three audience members was Comedy Cow main-man Steve Powell... Olaf Falafel (below) is headlining, a man who has beaten The Comedy Store gong, and sat on bills with Russell Kane and Tony Law. Olaf is head and shoulders above the opposition. Really, he is - coming in at 6' 6" tall. If you fancy a bit of a road trip to support The Comedy Cow and enjoy a brief stay in beautiful Edinburgh, you can get more details at www.edfringe.com Once on the site, search for Prime Cut.