Although the Fringe offers up a slew of improvised comedy year after year, the youthful set of comics behind Blind Mirth succeed in providing a unique input into the somewhat satur…
Looking at an empty, upturned cathedral setting, with the scent of incense wafting around the room and quiet choral music playing in the background, I was unsure what to expect fro…
Rowena Haley’s show has a simple, yet entertaining foundation: what is it like to grow up with a 93-year-old as your best friend? Through wittily penned songs, anecdotes and lar…
After a darker time last year in which Aidan Goatley suffered from a patch of bad mental health, he is back to let everybody know he is now on top form and how it was watching his …
Katerina Vrana’s multinational show is the kind of comedy gold that makes the Free Fringe all the more worthwhile.
Vessel focuses on the reunion of five Irish siblings who are in the process of building a ship together in memory of their mysteriously absent brother John.
The idea behind Julia Munrow’s one-woman show has the potential to be entertaining: a mother of two at the end of her tether after being taken advantage of by her husband, friend…
You just know that any show that begins with a bald man in a kilt gyrating camply to Madonna with a male audience member is going to be a winner.
Tom Wrigglesworth is anything but ordinary.
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