Dancing With The Inflatable Colonel is a one hour set shared by three comedians.
Phil Kay left us waiting for his latest offering, rushing straight from the airport to Bob and Miss Behave’s Bookshop.
If this title hasn’t caught your attention, nothing at the festival will.
The 1am Apeshit Show is a chance for multiple comedians to perform ten
minute sets, yet as a result there was little in the way of hilarity.
Peter Strong and Dan Fardell share an hour set at The Newsroom, titled Perfectly Goddamned Delightful after a Charles Crumb quotation, as Strong explains in his three minute Broadw…
Andy Zaltzman, best known for his central involvement in The Bugle
Podcast, brings his satirical wit to Edinburgh with Satirist For Hire.
Telly Box is a difficult show to describe: a bombardment of amusing ideas and
parodies that take the form of a Sunday morning television show.
C U In Court is a remarkable tale of Dave Griffiths’ battle against the giant corporation of French Connection.
You are in for a treat with Kwame Asante’s Basket Case.
Ben Norris faced a tough task in The Liquid Room, performing to an audience that didn’t quite give the credit that his material deserved.
Jojo Sutherland has led a most extraordinary life and this set allows her to tell the story of how she has come to be standing on the stage in front of you.
The Curious Incident Of The Frog In My Sightline is curious indeed.
Sometimes a show just leaves you in despair and unfortunately These Is Your Lifes is one of them.
There is no lack of glitz when it comes to The Nualas; a costume change after just one minute reveals their blindingly sparkling dresses.
Sheeps’ latest offering Wembley Previews is certainly a novel idea in that the sketch show takes the form of being a ‘preview’ for a gig at Wembley stadium before 90,000 people.
The Birmingham Footnotes Have A Plan provided ample entertainment for a student sketch group.
Refreshing, innovative, fast-paced, interactive: just some of the words
that come to mind to describe Tom Price’s latest offering.
Only Ruby Wax would have the tenacity to walk on stage, hardly
acknowledge the audience and make herself a cup of tea before beginning to even
think about starting her show.
One of the first things that Phil Wang says on stage is that reviewers
always describe his comedy style as ‘assured.
One has to admire Alexis Dubus’ character of Marcel Lucont.
For a free sketch show you can’t go wrong with Oxford Revue’s free accompaniment to its main show.
Are you a huge fan of The Lord of the Rings? If so, look no further, this will be the highlight of your Fringe experience.
Russell Kane sparks back into action with a new format, anchoring a podcast about various news stories from the last few days.
Ed Gamble will most likely burst into the comedy scene just as energetically and promptly as he burst out onto the Pleasance Courtyard stage last night.
From the off the Edinburgh Revue never really got kicking.
Woyzeck! is a one-man show and an interesting take on Buchner’s timeless tale.
Jo Caulfield is surely one of the most intelligent comedians on the circuit.
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