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    PAXO, starring BBC's 'Rottweiler in chief' Jeremy Paxman, enjoyed a sell-out run at the 2014 Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Despite our star having described the prospect of his stage debut as 'mildly terrifying', the production enjoyed a warm response from both audiences and the media throughout its run at the Pleasance Courtyard's Cabaret Bar. Writing for the "Radio Times", Paxman subsequently pondered whether he might repeat the experience in the future, answering himself with a 'who knows?' Watch this space!

    'The show is funny… insightful too' THE TIMES

    'A consummate performer… really enjoyable ' DAILY MIRROR

    'Pacy and slickly produced ' DAILY TELEGRAPH

    'The festival's hot ticket… Gravitas with self-mocking glitz ' THE GUARDIAN

    'There's something beguiling, sweet even, about this glimpse of the attack dog's human face ' THE INDEPENDENT

    'A natural comic touch… broadcasting's loss might just be stand-up's gain ' THE OBSERVER

    'Appealing moments of candour… I'll admit to liking Jeremy Paxman considerably more after this surprisingly vulnerable Fringe debut' THE SCOTSMAN

    'A triumph… If you managed to get a ticket to this sold out show, you'll remember it for some time to come' ABERDEEN VOICE