Three young talented comics take over with a show full of improvisation, riffing and household observations.
What seemed to be an amateur dance troupe clad in black soon became a moving sculpture of body art, with hands morphing into waves, words, trains, cars and faces - all timed precis…
Sometimes when a show tries to be too abstract it simply becomes incomprehensible; this was one of those performances where figuring out the plot was almost impossible.
Sometimes a gig feels like visiting an old friend - the audience have never seen the comedian before, but we have seen comics like him and he’s had audiences like us.
Glee and High School Musical meet Dr Seuss.
Adam Larter splatters onto his stage like paint from Jackson Pollock’s paintbrush, ungainly and definitely not graceful as he crashes all over the place.
If you’ve seen the cover photo of Dr Bunhead setting fire to his own head in the Fringe Guide you won’t be disappointed by the show.
Two unlikely characters take to the stage in Mark MacNicol’s morbid insight into the extremes of love, hatred and obsession.
What is the opposite of subtle? A thesaurus will give you antonyms like ‘obvious’, ‘loud’, ‘lucid’, ‘crass’.
After about ten minutes where I was convinced I was in the wrong place and the wrong time, I stumbled onto the top deck of the Comedy Bus in The Free Sisters’ courtyard for some …
There once was a skinny redhead who wanted to sing in Les Miserables.
Learning to Pray opens by breaking the fourth wall of an American priest-to-be’s bedroom on the day of his ordination.
A teenager walking away from her love in order to get closer to him; a woman literally returning the love her boyfriend gave to her; a widow camping in a stranger’s backyard to …
Give it a catchier name and the Beijing Young Dramatist Association’s production of Two Dogs could be the inspiration for another talking-animals Pixar movie.
Within the first five minutes of this show starting, I was convinced I may have been locked into a well-lit audio book.
Sometimes when I’m sitting on a bus the stranger sitting next to me starts to relate all the secrets of their life, Forrest Gump style.
I’d recommend An Improv Odyssey for anyone with an inner sci-fi geek who would enjoy a little free eccentricity, courtesy of the Fringe.
Two puppets, Lucia and Scot, both love Flamenco dancing, but Scot just can’t find his flamenco rhythm.
Tina and Ken tell the audience the story of their showbiz journey in Underbelly, Bristo Square.
One woman show.
It is rather difficult to review a tour, because to some extent you are reviewing your own city, the content your town has to offer a tourist who may buy the Edinburgh Comedy Tour …
To enjoy this show it is necessary to know one of two things: the Korean language, or Oscar Wilde’s play Salome back to front.
After introducing himself four times Arnie Pie gave a bit about his stage name before launching into the set that can define the rest of his show in two words: racial comedy.
Gordon Ramsey Sex Dwarf eaten by badgers.
You’ve got to bless the Edinburgh audience, they are a godsend for bad comedians.
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