It’s refreshing to hear a rising comedian of Chris Ramsey’s stature realise that he does actually have a pretty good job and his sincerity is often very touching.
The MCA promotes five acts in one evening with the intention of increasing their exposure in a lively environment, with a healthy sense of competition to aid the fun.
Branded as an alternative to pre-ordained comedy, the Improverts spar off each other and the audience, using entirely unplanned and unscripted material to create big, fresh laughs.
The Late Show attracts a lot more of a local audience than most Fringe events and there is a sense that it doesn’t necessarily mind separating itself somewhat from the hustle and b…
Milan based Babygang theatre present an experimental exploration of self in a messy production which says nothing worthwhile, barely scratching the surface of anything other than a…
This is a proper throw back.
Platform 65’s cultural critique studies the politics that lay behind Asian religious ceremonial tradition and offsets them critically against a postmodern culture in which today’…
A whimsical piece devised by three artists seemingly disillusioned with the straighter side of the acting world, Scales of the Unexpected takes a relatively inviting look at pop cu…
Graham Woolnough’s lusciously bizarre backstage peek at the lives of royalty is a theatrical treat for those with any political disposition.
Sculpting a uniquely defined path, Katharine Ryan’s brand of comedy is savvy but approachable as she rattles through a highly professional set with interestingly innovative content…
The story of a World War Two child survivor is delightfully told in a simple production which exudes energy and passion.
A melting pot of youthful talent all wrestle for attention in this production, which features heavy emphasis on individual players with some standout solo performances.
The famed brown bear Wojtek, found in Iran and later adopted by Polish troops in exchange for a mere few tins of processed meat during the Second World War, became a symbol of hope…
This speedy, sexually politicised satire is spot on and achingly relevant.
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