It seems arbitrary, if not foolish, to award a star rating to something like the Malcolm Hardee Awards Show.
The Real MacGuffins are clearly skilled and practised performers, exuding a confident, polished stage presence from the start - playing the gracious hosts at this, a party celebrat…
The Comedian’s Comedian Podcast is a chat show that revels in the
To say that Alternative Comedy Memorial Society is a cult phenomenon is an understatement… and to call it a showcase night would be wildly simplifying the interactive, experiment…
Rob Auton’s show has a mercurial quality, slipping somewhere between spoken word show, stand up comedy and theatrical piece.
Theatrically interesting in the most accessible of ways, Paul F Taylor opens the show in the guise of an infomercial, claiming to be taking pills that cure him of his comedy lifest…
Patrick Turpin cuts a vulnerable figure on stage, baring his soul (and, without giving too much away, his nipples) to the world in his debut hour that delves into childhood memorie…
Pippa Evans has something of the music hall about her - and thankfully, by that I don’t mean dubious mother-in-law jokes and a touch of old fashioned racism.
Eric Lampaert makes no claims to be tackling the big issues - in Testiculating (Waving Your Arms Talking B*ll*cks), he talks about everything and anything that catches his eye from…
In Set List, spontaneity is the name of the game; a selection of comics perform completely improvised sets in front of your eyes, with nothing to guide them but key phrases which a…
Richard Gadd is a deeply disturbed young man.
Hilarity Bites, as comedy showcases at the Fringe go, is a solid choice - a mix of an
experienced compere and a good range of acts promising a solid hour of
Hate ‘n’ Live is a night that revels in a non-PC, outrageous and often obscene approach to comedy.
Imagine local talk radio teamed up with Inside the Actors Studio.
Cariad Lloyd prefaced the show with an announcement - her double act partner, Louise Ford, had left Edinburgh in the last few days due to unforeseen circumstances.
At first glance, Alasdair Tremblay-Birchall appears a mild mannered, softly spoken young man, cutting an endearing figure as he gently chatted with the audience throughout the show…
Take four comics and ask them to perform their own stand up routines.
Never have the dual interpretations of MC melded together so fluidly as in Rob Broderick, the leading light of Abandoman.
An interactive, improvised courtroom drama, This is Your Trial puts the audience under scrutiny, pulling people onto the stage as the accused, charged with ridiculous crimes.
Fuzzbuzz can hardly be described as a sketch show.
The Comedy Zone is a showcase night that comes with more than it’s
fair share of prestige, and no little amount of pressure.
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