Just a couple of quick bits today - firstly, I'm delighted to have done a short interview with Entertainmentwise about the show. They usually run pieces about people like Kim Kardashian and Selena Gomez, so I feel my inclusion here is a sign that I've finally reached the trendy mainstream youth audience. You can read some more thoughts on the show and the Fringe here.
Also, with the Edinburgh Fringe well and truly underway now, there'll be the odd bit of press stuff coming in, and I've got a nice little mention in this blog from the lovely Laugh Out London, after seeing me perform while dressed as a Turkish litter-collecting shark at Tessa Waters' Cow Cafe Late Night Programme. You can read the full blog, with other reviews and Edinburgh tips, here.
And finally, if you're at the Fringe then go and see Trygve Wakenshaw's Kraken and Will Seaward's Spooky Midnight Ghost Stories. They're both really, really wonderful.
Here's a picture of Beth Vyse eating some baked beans in a shit cafe.