Bringing a production to Edinburgh is daunting for the most experienced of groups.
Sheepish Productions are here for the first time and writer JJ Fletcher tells us of the realities of being first-timers at the Fringe and bringing their production 'Shadows on Their Wall' to Paradise in the Vault.
Since we 1st saw Wit-Tank in 2010 they have been perennials in the coveted DARKCHAT spreadsheet, winning Best Comedy Show in 2011, with Mark Cooper-Jones, solo show " Geography Teacher" grabbing the award for Best Free Show of 2012.
Will they re-gain their crown in 2013? We shall be there on Monday 5th August to find out so watch out for the review.
Despite working their little cotton socks to hone "The School" for our delectation Naz gave us a few moments for this interview.
Rosie Wilby is a comedian, writer, musician and broadcaster but for her 2013 Edinburgh show she has chosen to explore our attitudes to sex and relationships in her new show "Is Monogamy Dead?"
She took time out from her Edinburgh preparations to answer a few questions for us here.
Darkchat have acquired various favourites over the years. Jeff Achtem (Mr Bunk) has become one of our must see performers, winning the Best Entertainment award for "Sticks, Stones, Broken Bones" in 2010, repeating that success last year for "Swamp Juice".