Executed by student acting troupe The Hurtwood Corner from performing arts college Hurtwood House, Seven Devils is a play exploring the trials of down-on-their-luck Manhattan resid…
Helen Wood delivers a bizarre, amiable love letter to the ordnance survey in The OS Map Fan Club.
Gallery 23’s Queer Pop Exhibition showcases fourteen contemporary Edinburgh-based artists, with an aim to ‘explore some of the many diverse issues surrounding the LGBT+ communi…
Taking its title from critic Waldemar Januszczak’s rundown of the 2016 Abstract Expressionism exhibition at the Royal Academy – ‘there is not enough emotion in our art any mo…
Denim, a drag Haus come girl band, are on tour and they’ve finally reached Wembley Arena (actually, the Belly Laugh at Underbelly).
Laughing Stock are a sketch comedy foursome who incorporate live music, dance and mime to create a narrative-driven show with hysterical characters and a quick, witty script.
Tom Mayhew’s charmingly awkward persona hides a fantastic alternative comic mind.
Following the untimely death of their friend Dylan, Polly and Eve are fulfilling his final wishes by travelling around the UK with his ashes in a Wizard Of Oz lunchbox.
This show is a mixed bag.
Having recently won English Comedian of the Year, Josh Pugh has the air of a rising star.
At the age of 36, Franz Kafka sat down to write a letter to his father that would never be sent.
Before even starting the show, Sara Schaefer has the advantage of a unique perspective.
Burns and Quartermaine are the yin and yang of righteous anger.
Anthem for Doomed Youth is the hilarious new debut hour from Ed Night.
Matt Forde is a consummate professional, with sharp observations and confident crowd work, it’s just a shame this show lacks the biting satire expected from political comedy at t…
The Slightly Fat Show harkens back to the Golden Age of variety performance, updated for a twenty-first century audience.
Having been on the circuit for 6 years and with an impressive CV of competition finals, I went into Simon Caine’s second solo hour show with high expectations.
Funny Women’s ‘One to Watch, 2016’ bustles, belts and lunges her way through Hurricane Katie with showmanship and boundless energy.
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