EVERYTHING MARKED WITH: Nish Kumar


Polly Glynn August 17th, 2016 by

“There are a few lyrical clangers,” says Polly Glynn of Gareth Richards… and it’s a charge that might be made of her reviews too. There’s quite a lot that jars. She tells us that Michael Brunstrӧm’s The Hay Wain Reloaded is saved by “its clever and coherent structure”, but then immediately afterwards concludes that it’s […]


Matthew Sharpe August 17th, 2015 by

We all like a superfluity of grandiose verbiage. There’s no need to say “superfluity of grandiose verbiage” when I could just say “too many big words”, but I did it and I’ll do it again. So when I read that Lou Sanders’ Excuse Me, You’re Sitting On My Penis Again is “substantively light on penises, […]


Sarah Lewis August 19th, 2014 by

I feel slightly stupid reviewing Sarah Lewis, as everyone else in the Fringepig office is convinced she doesn’t exist. I should probably explain: SOMEONE at Mumble Comedy exists, and if he or she wishes to sometimes identify as Sarah Lewis, then that is fine. But we think this person identifies sometimes as Mark ‘Divine’ Calvert […]


There’s no pussyfooting with Patricia-Ann Young. She likes to launch straight into the heart of the show under dissection, to the point that she starts with the title. Her take on Nish Kumar is a Comedian begins with “Nish Kumar is a comedian, don’t you know…” Matt Green – Alive starts with “Matt Green is […]