Duncan MacMillan and Jonny Donahoe’s Every Brilliant Thing (which first came to the Fringe in 2014) has the largest cast you’ve ever seen for a one man show.
World champion slam poet Harry Baker returns to the Fringe, accompanied by his talented friend Chris Read on guitar for a spoken word/acoustic fusion set.
Towards the beginning of Image - Selfie with Eggs, gymnast Natalie Reckert describes herself as a ‘handstand machine’ and calmly guides us through the component ‘stability points’ …
‘My job as a comedian’, Tommy Tiernan clarifies at the beginning of his set, ‘is to undermine reality’.
Daffodils is an unusual show of two halves.
With the ascendance of circus being one of the great success stories of the Fringe in the past few years, there is no shortage of breathtaking physical feats taking place all over …
Triple Threat is a gloriously transgressive flurry of punky, feminist mayhem.
Russian Company Derevo’s Once takes place early in the morning by Fringe standards and many of the audience members at the George Square Theatre might have been wondering whether…
The proper teaching of sex education remains a rather thorny topic, and this one-woman comedy-drama with songs positions itself to probe some of the more profound issues of this fi…
Liberated from sketch group WitTank, English-Turkish comedian and Naz Osmanoglu (a self-monikered ‘posh twat’) airs his own dirty linen in a no-holds-barred solo show around th…
Given the popularity of the monarchy these days, one forgets about some of the more unsavoury types who’ve reigned (however briefly) in the last century.
My Eyes Went Dark takes us down into the abyss of overwhelming grief and denies us any chink of light.
Life has given Australian performance artist Bron Batten what she calls ‘theatrical lemons’.
If a panto and a Sarah Kane play had an unimaginably grotesque love-child it would look a lot like this.
When he wasn’t writing the books that have captivated children for fifty years, Roald Dahl wrote a collection of gleefully macabre short stories for adults, published in various …
Australian musical trio Doug Anthony All-Stars were the anarchic kings of the alternative comedy scene in the late 80s and early 90s, achieving considerable success with such sleep…
‘It’s a bit weird when I talk to you, eh?’ says Tim Carlsen’s Moko, the vulnerable and homeless protagonist of this curious one-man-show from New Zealand.
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