Advertised as a five star crowd-pleaser from Fringe’s past, this show might be expected to drum up a frenzy.
Rob Broderick, the titular Abandoman, comes out firing all cylinders in this flat out, hour long, improv-fest.
A comedy show based entirely on pictures.
It is not often on the Edinburgh comedy circuit that every single seat in the house is full.
It is not often at the Fringe when you are welcomed into the auditorium by the performer himself with the house lights fully up.
Nish Kumar’s show Who Is Nish Kumar demonstrates why stereotypes can be used for both comedy and discrimination.
Sealand tells the tale of Ted and his son who leave mainland Britain to set up a principality on an abandoned oil rig out at sea.
Every man in the audience stiffened as a pulsating phallus inflated on the screen in front of us at the start of the show.
This quirky little improv show offers a great deal at an odd time of night.
The transition from Chambers St into the depths of The Jazz Bar feels almost like crossing between continents.
Propaganda is a club night that regularly pulls in droves of happy-go-lucky youngsters all over the UK.
Shopping Centre is the second show by Matthew Osborn in as many years.
At the risk of sounding completely unprofessional, I would like to summate that Charlie Baker’s new stand up show Freshly Baked is ‘alright.
What a fantastic premise for a show; based on your suggestions the cast will serve up a brand new, fresh musical in front of your eyes.
Ellis James is a natural stand-up comedian.
‘I’m more British than you’ - undoubtedly a bold statement for a tagline.
What are one’s chances of assuming a position at the top of the Turkish royal family? Pretty bleak for the average man, but not for Naz Ozmanglu.