You lucky people! This year's comedy harvest in Edinburgh was particularly plentiful, so we've got another bounty of some of the finest stand-up to grace the stage with more from Edinburgh : Live 2010, filmed at The Pleasance Theatre in Edinburgh.
A relative newcomer to the comedy scene, that didn't stop Carl Donnelly collecting a slew of awards within a year of first stepping up to the microphone. Of course, when fabulous hair and brilliantly silly humour abounds it's small wonder Carl's show has been described by The Guardian as "standup with valium: near horizontal levels of louche that takes the mundane stories of everyday life and turns them into stretches of self-deprecating silliness".
David O'Doherty can do a lot with a little (keyboard). He manages to blur the lines between stand-up and comic song so far it's sometimes hard to tell where one ends and the other begins - but that might just be because you're too busy laughing.
Broken Biscuits are clearly having fun with their live sketches, film homages and music videos. The twelve-man team (at the last last count) bring a unique look to anything that takes their fancy, including DIY shows and insects. Can we join?
For sheer energy alone, Imran Yusuf gets our vote. His street-slang delivery and sharp observational comedy is winning him plaudits among critics, fans and other comics alike as he mixes satire and light-hearted humour to devastating comedy effect.
Glaswegian Susan Calman is noted as both infectious and caustic, which is always a good sign. The BBC New Comedy Awards 2005 semi-finalist, who Chortle said, "can wring humour out of an Asda chicken and bacon bake" has even tried her hand at acting in a Rab C Nesbitt Christmas Special and also does extensive charity work when she's not making people roll in the aisles at her shows.
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