As someone addicted to comedy, each gig is another opportunity to find that laughter hit, that moment when you see talent and you think “this is why I love stand-up comedy. This is what it’s all about”.
That unique, raw and emerging comic voice that oozes confidence, creativity and commitment to an art that most often seems so simple. Alex Edelman is such a talent and his debut hour at the Edinburgh Fringe is a stunning display of how exciting it can be to watch an emerging writer and performer.
Alex has been performing comedy since he was 15-years-old, starting in the US and has now gigged all around the world. I asked Alex to write about some of his ‘local favourites’ in places he has performed.
An insight into the life of a comedian that you don’t often see on stage. I cannot recommend enough that you go and see him if he’s in a town near you.
For an exclusive feature written by Alex about his first gig and starting in stand-up comedy, click here:
For another exclusive feature written by Alex about his favourite locations around the world, click here:
Alex Edelman: Millenial at Soho Theatre
Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Awards ‘Best Newcomer’ Winner 2014
Tue 13 – Sat 31 Jan at 8.30pm (1hour)
£10 Tue 13 – Thu 15, £12.50 (£10) Mon – Thu, £15 (£12.50) Fri – Sat