Marcel Lucont’s Cabaret Fantastique featured not a single person in character, and was all the better for it.
I went in expecting to hate FacePlant's The Service.
Different top-tier comedians take to the stage each night to deliver five to ten minutes of their material.
In UCL Graters’ return to Edinburgh, even the refreshments are violent.
Joanne McNally’s hour long confessional Bite Me switches between fairly light comedy and truly despairing tragedy as she opens up about her struggles with bulimia.
Andy Stedman’s son Freddy has been gifted a stand-up set in his honour.
Isobel Marmion’s one woman nervous breakdown, entitled This Is My Funeral and I’ll Throw Glitter if I Want To, was a disturbing and joyless foray into a mind no one present wanted …
Dante’s History of the Banished is framed around the conceit that Dante Alighieri, legendary poet who penned the Divine Comedy, is writing a new book about the titular ‘banishe…
Declan Amphlett is going into his fourth year at Cambridge, and has just returned from a year abroad in France.
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