Sean kicks off this show with some of the people at Abattoir, the Underbelly VIP bar. We are talking to some flyerers for shows about their experience at the fringe, and what it’s like trying to rope people in to see shows they may not necessarily be interested in. Patrick jumps in to continue the conversation, including a discussion with Brett Vincent from Get Comedy agency about his fringe goals, services and much more. Recorded following the final night of the fringe in the outdoor gardens in George Square, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Patrick and Sean sit down with Ewan Spence, and the rest is just nonsense. If you don’t care about the Eurovision Song Contest or the rules of cricket or hearing Patrick get frustrated with learning both, you should just skip this one. Especially if you’re American and your likelihood of ever running into either one of these things is slim and/or none. But if you’re in to learning needlessly complex rules for both singing and pretend baseball, then just put this in your ear and press play. But don’t say you weren’t warned about any of it.
Patrick sits down with Daniel Sloss, arguable the most recognizable face at the fringe. Daniel is coming off another all-nighter of drinking at the fringe. While he’s only 26 years old, this is Daniel’s ninth fringe and his prominence around the festival is marked by his hundreds of billboards, posters, and bus ads. Sloss talks about how his fringe season works and then subsequently his tours we discuss America and guns, weed, getting your computer full of semen, teaching assholes lessons through revenge, and everything else you might expect comedians to get into during a free-for-all.