Confessions of a Grindr Addict is mis-sold as a comedy.
ThickSkin have found a recipe for contemporary and physical theatre that works.
Graham Macpherson, aka Suggs, has produced a show with a clue in the title.
Nick Beaton presents a show with enough social observations to make an hour fly by.
After starting with an epic video and launching straight into fast paced one liners, it’s clear that this parody show has the objective of mocking every action film we have ever …
Pete Firman returns from a stint on BBC 1’s The Magicians with a performance that has everything you need and expect from a magic show.
Remember when Mimi from RENT held a large performance protest and it was brilliant because we could all see the sense of irony and sarcasm behind it? High North Movement is this wi…
Mark Restuccia cuts right to the point.
This energetic cast and their enthusiasm make this a genuinely enjoyable performance.
Marcus Brigstocke presents a comic celebration of everything the Tory government has tried to achieve through their initiative of creating a Big Society where we can all just get a…
This show is billed as a comedian’s comedy show for comedians.
Paul Webster presents an in depth and well researched look into the last hours of Hitler’s life in the intimacy of the Inlingua rooms, an intimidating rant from the mouth of Hitl…
Mark Watson was running late.
Half stand-up comedy gig, half naughty strip burlesque, it sounds like a recipe for disaster.
You have to appreciate a company that leaves sweets on seats of the audience, like pillow chocolates at a hotel, but, sadly, they did not sweeten this show for me.
A comedy sketch show, promising 32 new and hilarious sketches in under an hour.
There are three things essential to know about Gareth Richards before his show starts.
Will Hanmer-Lloyd takes us on a political rant about everything you can find on the Guardian.
A typical Edinburgh stand-up by Richard Coughlan in the back room of an easily hidden pub, this is truly a gem hidden amongst the Fringe.
Curtains is the musical ‘whodunit’ about the cast of a failing Boston show that has ambitions for the New York stage via a series of twists, turns and murders.
Doing a piece about two different religions, a holocaust and advertising the majority of your company as intellectually disabled is certainly a way to stir up some controversy, and…
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