With their smart suits and elaborate PowerPoint presentation, the Gentlemen of Leisure have the air of two eager-to-please, newly qualified teachers trying to pep up an A-level Eng…
Paul Zerdin is clearly an accomplished ventriloquist.
Its difficult to review a performer like Hans Teeuwen, when half the audience are in fits of hysterical laughter, but the other half are looking confused and uneasy and more t…
New Art Club are certainly as good as their word, and over an hour they they recount an elaborate tale which centres around a fierce rivalry between two small, dull villages in Cam…
In these financially straitened times, Pappys are no longer a Fun Club this year they are All Business, and the show takes the form of a corporate pitch to us, the shareholder…
David ODoherty has been going from strength to strength since winning the Edinburgh Comedy Award in 2008, and this show is a total delight.
For most people, their wedding is the happiest day of their life.
The Noise Next Door are five hyperactive, hypermobile performers, whose lively and unpredictable show is a exemplar of high-quality, high-energy improvised comedy.
This trio of sketch comedians live up to their name, with a succession of intelligent set-ups and quick-witted punch-lines that keep the audience laughing throughout their high-ene…
Following up on last year’s break-through hit ‘The Bunker,’ well turned-out sketch group The Beta Males are back with another energetic escapade.
‘Its going to be an interesting show!’ Nick Mohammed trills as we enter the auditorium, holding up the glass of whisky he just sent an audience member to buy for him.
The Pajama Men are impossible to describe, or do justice do, in a review.
This lovely and inventive childrens show explores the myths and legends surrounding giants, from the chalk giants carved into the English landscape, to the story of Jack and the …
Tom Bell has long been a hit with Fringe audiences with his delightful Free Fringe offerings, and as the frailer half of double-act Tommy and the Weeks.
In this collaboration between American and Hungarian theatre companies, a poignant story unfolds about the turning points and decisive moments that can change a life forever.
Obsession is the unifying theme in this charming but odd show, which considers the unexplored corners of everyday life.
Its the end of the world as we know it, and the last remnants of civilization are living out their days in a bleak underground bunker.
Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce.
This bewilderingly unpleasant piece of new writing aims to explore our relationships with food, and with each other.
Hot Tub is a staple of the New York comedy scene, a quirky variety show hosted by Kurt Braunholer and Kristen Schaal (aka Flight of the Conchord’s deliciously unhinged groupie Me…
How do I describe this place? is the question at the heart of And Other Observations.
James Acaster claims to be very excitable, but this claim is not borne out by his laid back delivery and mundane choice of topics.
No matter how annoying you find flyerers on the Royal Mile, even the most exasperated Fringe-goer would probably agree that rounding them up to be slaughtered in death camps is qui…
Have you seen, or even heard of, The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea? Thom Tuck has.
Aberglas is a charming show for children, following the adventures of two girls searching for some books lost by their great-grandfather.
After the success of their Free Fringe show last year, sisters Sarah and Lizzie Daykin - who perform together as Toby - have been picked up by comedy powerhouse The Invisible Dot.
This assured production of American playwright Naomi Iizukas work, written in 2000, is presented by drama students from Pepperdine University in California.
Francesca Martinez has Cerebral Palsy, but she prefers to describe herself as ‘wobbly’.
Im sitting there, innocently enjoying the show, when John-Luke Roberts points at me and declares that no-one really likes having conversations with me, they only do it so they ca…
For a comedian whose routine revolves around his social awkwardness and general anxiety about life, Jon Richardson is remarkably at ease in front of an audience.
There’s no shortage of brash young sketch comedians trying to make their mark at the Fringe, but few avoid the pitfalls and cliches of the genre as successfully as Totally Tom.
Pete Johansson warns us that his show will be uncomfortable for anyone who is religious, or has a baby.
Jollie is the multitalented duo John Biddle and Ollie Birch, and they are at pains to emphasise that they are a huge deal on the story and song circuit.
Racist belly buttons.
The Penny Dreadfuls are riding high at the moment as one of the Fringes most acclaimed sketch troupes, and a revved-up audience whooped and cheered as the trio cartwheeled onto t…
Watching improvised comedy can be a tense experience when the performers arent up to scratch youre too busy cringing at the awkwardness of every unsuccessful joke to relax a…
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