A video highlighting Tommy Rowson’s previous misdemeanours introduced the audience to this apologetic reprobate, and what follows is a self-examination into how he can refine his…
Alfie Brown’s persona is defined by a mix of nihilism and desperation, yet this time round he promised the audience that his misanthropic take on the world had cooled.
Despite his onstage charm, Marlon Davis could have done more to cover up for a set that contained predominantly weak material.
Showcasing a medley of bright young things from the Invisible Dot’s
impressive roster of talent, The New Wave, hosted by Fringe stalwart
David O’Doherty, gave us an exciting …
The Horne Section have been a staple of the Fringe for several years now, yet their popularity has not necessarily provided them with a renewed sense of creative purpose or origina…
Spencer Brown covers the familiar territory of ‘kids do and say the funniest things’ in his offering at the Free Sisters, and this provides unspectacular, if gently amusing vie…
John-Luke Roberts delivered his usual off-the-wall comic offerings in this enjoyable hour at the Voodoo Rooms.
Eddie Pepitone is convinced that we’ve been consumed by the ‘gelato syndrome’, where coziness and contentment have shrouded the harsh reality of our petty existences.
Al Lubel’s latest outing predominantely revolves around an obsession with his own name.
Seamlessly shifting between a medley of characters at an alarmingly fast rate, Will Franken’s caustic satire at times verged on the unbalanced, crazed side of affairs, but beneat…
Frank Wurzinger’s Goodbye Günther takes the audience on a curious little journey through facing the inevitabilities of life and death, which provides ample amounts of gentle hum…
During this peculiar hour, David Elms takes a different approach to the
usual bravado of musical comedy in a consciously quiet, ungainly performance.
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