Clickbait at the Fringe

Working with BBC Arts and BBC Comedy, The Space explored the idea of ‘digital comedy’ at the 2014 Edinburgh Festival. Diane Morgan (Charlie Brooker’s Weekly Wipe) hosted an hour of experimental digital comedy at BBC Potterrow in Edinburgh, asking seven comedians to make videos to be screened or created in front of a studio audience, and broadcast live on The Space.

The line-up included Alex Horne, Simon Munnery, Bec Hill, Kim Noble, Gamarjobat and Red Bastard.

About this artist

Clickbait at the Fringe was a joint project by BBC Arts, BBC Comedy, BBC at the Edinburgh Festivals and The Space.

The BBC at the Edinburgh Festivals brings the best of the Edinburgh Festivals to TV, radio and online, covering the most exciting performances and events in over 250 hours of broadcasting across BBC television and radio, a performance a day on BBC Arts Live, and more than 100 free shows at the BBC’s Festival venue.