The Shore Leith Edinburgh Scotland

Leith Comedy Festival in the News

Amy Matthews Comedy
Leith Comedy Festival set to stage their first live indoor show. Due to lockdown it’s taken Leith Comedy Festival longer than they’d hoped, but then they do say that he, she or they who laughs last, laughs longest

Liam Rudden, Evening News, September 2021

Mary Moriarty and Paul from Invisible Cities in the doorway of the Port of Leith pub
The audience were delighted to find themselves in the company of one of the very lassies they were about to hear about, when Mary Moriarty, Queen of Leith, joined the tour

Liam Rudden, Evening News, August 2021

Edinburgh Fringe Lassies of Leith 5 Star Review
Paul’s knowledge and eye for often scandalous detail is something to behold. He simply has a natural charm and gift for comedy ★★★★★

Juliet Lawrence Wilson, Edinburgh Reporter, August 2021

Evening News Lassies of Leith Article
Lassies of Leith will see Paul​ ​return ​with another entertaining wander through the Capital’s port, this time regaling his audiences with tales of ​the many ​notable ​women of Leith

Liam Rudden, Evening News, July 2021

Poster for "Funshine on Leith" comedy tour. A man with a backpack talking. Logo of Invisible Cities
Whether you are from Leith, up the hill in Edinburgh, or even over the Border, you will get so much fun from these walks

Kate Copstick, The Scotsman, August 2020

Praise for "Funshine on Leith", a comedy walking tour in collaboration with Invisible Cities:

“This is hugely entertaining, packed full of fascinating facts and gloriously unique” Kate Copstick, The Scotsman

“Hilarious and informative… great fun” Fiona Duff, Evening News

“My only live experience of the festival season” Brian Ferguson, The Scotsman

As featured in The Sun and The Times’ The Hot List