A public-school Ed Byrne in appearance with the patter of a middle-aged Jack Whitehall, Mark Dolan’s You’re Awesome is a gentle, beguiling hour.
Halfway through this likeable but ill-conceived show, Gráinne Maguire recounts an anecdote of her short-lived stint as a primary school teacher.
To devotees of Test Match Special, the voice of Henry Blofeld – deep, resonant, quite improbably plummy – is iconic.
Waiting for Lefty begins in medias res.
In great deeds, something abides.
Ava Vidal was first on my list for this years Fringe.
Some partnerships are thrown together at the whim of agents and producers; others seem to fit like Siamese twins of the comedic arts.
Holly Burns new show is a rip-roaring hour of delicious madness.
It is impossible not to warm to The Aspidistras.
Twisting one leg around the other in a show of girlish innocence, Pascoes stage presence is that of the coquettish schoolgirl, rambling aimlessly whilst making puppy dog eyes at …
This isnt, Helen Arney tells us at the outset, a high-energy show.
Close-up magic is a tricky act to sell.
Full disclosure: I was dreading this show.
Chihuahuas always look terrified.
In this remarkable one-woman show, Karin de le Penha plays Emily, the author of this autobiographical piece.
Phil Cornwell is a frighteningly talented man.
Fancy a Threesome, the vehicle for three different and complementary stand-ups, is a peculiarly apposite name.
Described by its creator Mark Brailsford as the Fringe like it used to be, News Brunch is the latest show in the News Revue tradition.
From bizarre eccentricity to deadpan mundanity, character comedy comes in many guises.
Cricket, as we know, can be an all-consuming passion.
David Tennant and Robert Peston walk into a bar.
Overheard at C Soco: Id like to see Your Mum but only if theres room.
It is much to Miles Jupps credit that, at no stage in this terrific show, does he venture a pun on the Wankhede Stadium.
Its all too easy and all too dangerous to dismiss the Free Fringe.
At some stage in the rehearsal process for this misguided venture, some bright spark decided to site a desk lamp on stage.
Jack Whitehall is a man on top of his game.
Bud Take The Wheel is the new play from Clara Brennan.
Written, directed and performed by Edinburgh University students, Wild Allegations centres on Matthew John Curtis, adored actor to his fans, liar, cheat and fraud to his brother an…
There is an enormous amount to like about Inglorious Stereo.
Behind The Truth is an endearing but frustrating show.
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