HOW TO PRODUCE, PERFORM AND WRITE AN EDINBURGH FRINGE COMEDY SHOW
This book shares nine years experience of producing shows at the Fringe for the price of a café latte, without the social awkwardness of having to sit with the author in a coffee shop. This guide is aimed at performers interested in producing their first shows at the Edinburgh Fringe. Highlighting the author’s personal experiences of half-full houses, flat mates gone bad, hostel horror stories, campsite calamities, and general comedy cock-ups. Although the author’s background is in producing and performing stand-up comedy, the principles of venue hire, promotion and publicity are the same for shows of other genres, such as sketch comedy, cabaret and theatre shows, as are the problems of managing large groups of performers. You can buy the book directly from me for £8.50 including P&P.
Ian Fox is a Comedian, Writer and Photographer and has produced a show every year at the Edinburgh Fringe since 2003.
Described by critics as ““Endlessly Entertaining” - City Life
In 2012 he published his first book ‘How to Produce, Perform and Write an Edinburgh Fringe Comedy Show’
4 original shows on completley different subjects from the complexity of Chaos Theory, to a one man detective story to two shows with pictures.
All shows have received four star ratings.