This young and energetic company have tried to create a sketch show with a storyline.
What do you say about a show where the second guest comedian blatantly ignores the host and then walks out of the show after his set?.
Improvised comedy: the ultimate Marmite genre.
This is a sketch comedy show, suitable for all those that enjoy great jokes and a storyline to go with it.
Sometimes the proof of a great show comes from hints that your body gives you: your face hurts because you’ve been grinning so much, a consistent silent laughter that you are d…
It really hasn’t.
Warning: This show contains blatant sexual references and some silly racial stereotypes.
I will hereby abstain from ‘reviewer talk’, probably sacrifice my hopes of a career in journalism, and speak frankly: Go and see this f**king show.
A festival goers guide to this show: Have a few drinks; prepare some funny questions - keep it light and fluffy; attend the show; ask Jesus a question.
Neel Kolhatker is a young Australian comic whose material, implicit in the name, is based on his observations about issues affecting his generation.
The first time a comedian tries out an hours set it is a hugely nerve wracking experience, exposing weaknesses that can be hidden in a shorter performance.
Produced and presented casually with a simple setting, this agitprop community play about fishing laws is one of the first times I’ve heard a coherent argument against EU legisla…
You might think you are thick skinned, but this show will re-evaluate your limits.
This light-hearted Beggar’s Opera-esque musical is definitely one of the most pleasurable shows I have seen in a while.
I love a bit of late night showbiz.