The Liar Show

The Liar Show

Next to breathing and eating, lying is man’s greatest survival tactic. 

21:13

21:13

The newest company from the renowned Jacques Lecoq school are back for their second year to bring us a delightfully simple and wonderfully sensitive exploration of what is lost and… 

Umbrage Swain and The Magical Diamond of Ramtutiti

Umbrage Swain and The Magical Diamond of Ramtutiti

Comedy is very personal - some of the best comedians can fall flat if it’s not your style or you’re having a bad day but then some jump out and surprise you right down to your funn… 

Shakespeare Shorts or What's in a Name?

Shakespeare Shorts or What's in a Name?

This years fringe is host to a few shows that brand themselves as Shakespeare for the ‘iPod Generation. 

The Diary of a Nobody

The Diary of a Nobody

Delving into someone’s private diary is, more often than not, a cause of great excitement and hilarity – unless it’s Anne Frank’s. 

Jim Rose Circus

Jim Rose Circus

This is not a show that actually merits any stars. 

Hero

Hero

From Cambridge’s own dramatic society comes a musical romp that falls short of a few theatrical hurdles but manages to entertain more than once. 

Lies Have Been Told

Lies Have Been Told

If given the chance to spend an evening with any individual beyond the grave most would be reluctant to pick the obnoxious, multi-millionaire newspaper tycoon Robert Maxwell – unl… 

The Bang Gang

The Bang Gang

You will sing, you will sing and you will fucking dance! A thought akin to this rattled around my head for a number of hours after leaving the Bang Gang. 

Mark Watson: All The Thoughts I've Had Since I Was Born

Mark Watson: All The Thoughts I've Had Since I Was Born

Stand-up works best in a small space. 

Who Writes This Crap

Who Writes This Crap

Following the success of their book ‘Who Writes this Crap,’ Joel Stickley and Luke Wright transfer their work to the stage and promise us ‘All the rubbish you read in a day rew… 

Dan Nightingale: Geronimo

Dan Nightingale: Geronimo

Dan Nightingale has that rare and slightly unnerving attribute that induces instant familiarity. 

Gymnast

Gymnast

Taking a seat at The Gymnast you become charged with that familiar buzz that you’re about to witness one of the most poignant shows at the fringe. 

The Factory

The Factory

Using a plethora of multimedia devices and inventive dance sets, Bristol based company, Precarious, show us that all is not well with the world in this monochrome nightmare of mode… 

Rex Futurus

Rex Futurus

With an opening that caused me to fear for my general well-being I was apprehensive about what the next two hours would bring. 

Eco-Friendly Jihad

Eco-Friendly Jihad

When it comes to titles that are guaranteed to draw a crowd Abie Philbin Bowman is gifted with a sparkling ability to always find a something that teeters on the edge of audaciousl… 

Lost in the Wind

Lost in the Wind

A gently tumbling visual buffet whose menu is resplendent with clowning, puppetry and magical storms.