‘Everything is easier to explain if you use lots of fire.
From the tremblingly loud intro to the wild medley of an ending, the Red Hot Chilli Pipers were magnificent.
A man who is scared of women, a man in a long-term relationship, and a man who has seven women in one week - in Who’s Dorian Gray, we are introduced to all these characters.
As the Phantom of the Opera music played a cloaked figure appeared, sang along for a few bars before ripping off the cloak to reveal he had a Henry Hoover for a head.
Durham University Light Opera Group’s (DULOG) show is an unexpectedly touching coming of age story juxtaposed with moments of raucous insanity.
Alongside an impressive collection of literature-referencing music, Robert Finn guides us through his attempt to follow Dan Brown down the literary garden path.
Ali Shahrukhi ‘s show Leaves on the Line is pretty much a very long series of one-liners.
Chris Kent managed to fill most of the room in the Turret of the Gilded Balloon, but there are many others comedians far more deserving of these bums on seats.
While not the slickest show this side of the Royal Mile, Sh!it Theatre’s Job Seekers Anonymous was definitely something extraordinary.
‘I thought it was a magic show.
Three soldiers are hit by a mighty explosion.
It is very hard to know how to describe Gareth Morinan’s show.
The GirlBand Improv was an entirely enjoyable experience but not quite what I expected.
The problems started right from the word go.
Ionesco’s Rhinoceros depicts a sleepy French town where the inhabitants are slowly overcome by a strange phenomenon turning them into rampaging rhinos.
Warnings about what not to do in the presence of Andrew O’Neill put you in mind of safety signs around zoos, which is apt given that his stand-up set is pretty wild and erratic.
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