Charolais

Charolais

The woman who invented the most efficient method of slaughtering an animal was a vegetarian, we are told as the lights come up on Charolais. A shard of similar seething irony runs through the entire play – a witty, electric one-woman show written and performed by Noni Stapleton with uproarious effect... 

Nicole Henriksen – Honeycomb Badgers on Acid

Nicole Henriksen – Honeycomb Badgers on Acid

Nicole Henriksen defies categorisation. As her seemingly inexplicable show title suggests, she is her own breed of miscellaneous “high-energy-hot-mess-alt-comedy-variety-show comic” (in her own words), who leaps across her intimate stage with the high-octane vigour and excitement of a child in a candy shop – and we are the sweeties... 

Mark of Stupidity

Mark of Stupidity

Telling someone that you’re not a racist before you say something incredibly racist is not an ingenious or valid way to evade accountability for the subsequent spew to flow from your mouth... 

Bump

Bump

When two particles collide – or bump together – they are forever marked by each other: inseparable, unified, joined at the hip, like star-crossed lovers whose destinies are henceforth forever entwined... 

Confessions of a Peculiar Mind

Confessions of a Peculiar Mind

The most disappointing revelation of Jimmy Bird’s stand-up routine is that the title is more than a little bit misleading. There isn’t anything particularly peculiar about his mind at all...