These paper people craft are from the Edinburgh Festival, designed by sally. The Edinburgh Festival is a collective term for many arts and cultural festivals that take place in Edinburgh, Scotland each summer, mostly in August. Though the festivals are put on by various organizations unrelated to each other, and so are officially separate events, they are regarded by many visitors as part of the same event; and together they form the largest annual cultural festival in the world.
The original, and still the largest, component festivals are the Edinburgh International Festival and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe; the latter is in its own right larger than any other similar event in the world. The first part is Sanity Valve.
Don't Trust Salmon:
Peter Buckley Hill is a musical comedian and head of the Free Fringe at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, for which he was, in 2009, awarded the Panellists' Edinburgh Comedy Award. In 2008, he was nominated for the Malcolm Hardee Award for Comic Originality.
Thom Bell is an American songwriter and producer, best known as one of the creators of the Philadelphia style of soul music in the 1970s.
Festival of the Spoken Nerd:
Maff Brown is a British comedian and MC who is known for his mischievous style of joke-telling and is the founder of the award-winning Outside The Box Comedy Club.
Form the Penny Dreadfuls:
Tom Rosenthal is an English comedian, film and television actor. He is the son of television sports presenter Jim Rosenthal.
Carl Donnelly is an English stand-up comedian and writer.
Holly Walsh is an English comedian and comedy writer, known mainly for her work on TV and radio in the UK.
Mcneil and Pamphilon:
Matt Kirshen is a British comedian. Kirshen has performed around the world, including Singapore, Dubai, Holland, Germany, and France. In 2007, he enjoyed a successful run in NBC's Last Comic Standing. Initially known for jokes poking fun at his young appearance, he has since turned his attention to more general, real world and topical subjects, with a tightly-written style involving multiple "taglines" for every joke. He is an alumnus of Clare College, Cambridge.
Stewart Lee is an English comedian, writer, director and musician. He made his name in the mid 1990s as one half of the radio duo Lee and Herring, a popular success followed through with extensive touring to built up a loyal live following. He gave up comedy in the early 2000s when he became disillusioned by the business and believed he was doomed to be a cult act with limited appeal who had reached the extent of any potential audience. Lee returned to stand up after co-writing and co-directing the surprise mock Broadway hit Jerry Springer - The Opera. Since then he has returned to the live circuit and through BBC and C4 specials and series, has rebuilt a niche audience and a reputation as an anti populist, anti "after the pub" comedian.
Richard Herring (also at Paper Zombie – Richard Herring Free Paper Toy):
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