This was really quite a wonderful event, although not one I would have necessarily picked for purely entertainment purposes.
What could be cooler than hanging out in the Nation Museum of Scotland, having a few drinks, seeing some top notch performers and seeing some cool new exhibits? Maybe my expectatio…
Natasha Yapp is a witty, clever and talented young woman with a flair for comedy, although it’s clear she is just beginning her career.
Martin Stepek, the host of this show, ended by saying ‘enjoyment might not be the word, but I hope you’ve taken something from this.
This form of improvisation is fairly stripped back, there was minimal audience interaction and the actors tended to go off on anecdotes that just weren’t that funny.
You will have absolutely no idea how to feel about this show upon entering, but you’ll know – having read this review – it’s a solid four star performance, and you should p…
I had an absolutely wonderful time at this event.
A really interesting, informative and helpful performance, particularly for all those budding authors and performers out there.
This was a pretty good performance.
I was pleasantly surprised by this performance.
I’m not adverse to Shakespeare re-imaginings.
This family friendly adaptation of Jason and the Argonauts was a fairly comical and entertaining show.
Wonderfully dark and disturbing, Richard Gadd has come to Edinburgh’s Free Fringe not only to make his audience cry with laughter, but also to push the boundaries of physical com…
Unfortunately, this three piece act had dwindled to two by the time I saw their performance, however Jack Campbell and Robbie Ormrod were 100% funny enough to carry the show by the…
An absolutely wonderfully theatrical and original performance brimming with intelligence and talent, Ulysses Dies at Dawn is an absolute must-see this year.
Catherine Semark is a sharp, witty woman with some generally comical banter.
A heart-wrenching performance by the wonderful Wotlarx Enterprises, Can You Hear Seagulls? is an hour of subtle humour and warmth.
Giada Garofalo is an unusual storyteller.
If you’re a fan of sharp, well-choreographed, funny and energetic a cappella, then I suggest you book your tickets for this show immediately.
This tour is absolutely one of the best literary walking tours Edinburgh has to offer.
A blend of good stand up and well-presented storytelling, Ghosts of the Happy and High-Spirited is a firmly funny and chilling hour of Free Fringe comedy.
If you’re interested in relaxation techniques and getting in touch with your body, then this workshop is definitely for you.
Explicitly funny from the first chord, Phil Kay and Cameron St.
Mark Cairns puts on a wonderfully clever show, astounding his audience with his ‘mind reading’ abilities.
This was the most confusing performance I have seen this Fringe.
Darius Davies… I’m sort of in love with him.
Gusset Grippers is a funny, feel good and easygoing show.
The Curse of Elizabeth Faulkner was funny, entertaining and mildly unnerving; a brilliant combination of horror and comedy.
Matthew Collins, from what I could gather from this one hour performance, is a generally lovely Irishman who can be genuinely funny and witty.
Fabulous, glamorous and hilarious, Aaron Twitchen’s Princess Guide to Dating is one of the better Free Fringe shows you will see this year.
Matt Nagin thoroughly let the Free Fringe down with his show Wolly Mammoth Panic Attack.
As a fan of both classical literature and opera, I was interested to see how this show would work out, being set in the 20th century banking world.
It’s a rare occasion when the audience is funnier than the performer.
Demitris Deech is a charmingly funny guy, who can thoroughly bond with an audience in a short space of time.
Having lived in Edinburgh all my life, I wondered how much Saints and Sinners Walking Tours could really tell me about my city.
This is an absolutely charming and highly informative performance, made possible by the wonderful writer and historian Allan Foster and his accompanying Scottish folk singer, Andy …
In Cahoots is, to put simply, packed with ‘lol’ing - and I do mean literally laughing out loud at every single sketch.
Lloyd Griffith and Matt Rees delivered a wonderful hour of comedy and, surprisingly, excellent vocals on behalf of Griffith.
This is a wonderfully charming adaptation of Elisa Kleven’s book The Paper Princess, brought to life with live music, puppetry and audience participation.
Superbolt Theatre are a trio of talented actors who have put together a wonderful show this Fringe, one that tugs at the heart strings and questions the future of technology in a c…