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Edinburgh Fringe 2018: Moon @ Pleasance

This chalk-and-cheese double act's Fringe debut is a wonderfully assured, technically slick and surprise-filled show, making maximum use of the square Pleasance Attic venue. More to the point, the material is top-notch from start to finish.

Jack Chisnall and Joshua Dolphin are Moon

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Edinburgh Fringe 2018: Camels @ Underbelly

Patrick McPherson and Zac Peel make for a classic comedy double act who take us through this hour of inventive, family-friendly sketches. Quality material, impeccable timing and straight, unforced delivery make the humour fly - even those dreaded dad jokes.

Camels @ Edinburgh Fringe 2018

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Edinburgh Fringe 2018: Zach & Viggo + Thumpasaurus: Where Does The Love Go? @ Underbelly

What do you get when you cross a Norwegian-American comedy duo, Amazon's Jeff Bezos and a funk-punk band? An absurdist, avant-garde, funk opera! It’s a lot of bouncy buffoonery successfully stretching out a smallish amount of great material.

Comedy double-act Zach & Viggo

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Edinburgh Fringe 2017: Giants: For an Hour @ Pleasance Courtyard

This take on the comedy double-act is inconsistent but has some amusing word-play and musical numbers.

Barney Fishwick and Will Hislop are Giants: For an Hour

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