Add another star to this review if you are familiar with Jewish culture.
The Water Reflection Dance Ensemble delivers a very strong performance that’s extremely visually pleasing.
None of the diners really knew what to expect from this performance.
Alex Kealy and Friends promise an hour of humour.
The thing about the Moose Comedy Awards Gangshow is that it’s never the same – but you can always count on it to be entertaining.
Every Saturday of the Fringe, Afterhours Comedy is presented at the Assembly Roxy.
Although listed as a children show and only 25 minutes long, this beautiful but simple production certainly made an impact on the audience members, no matter what their age was.
Heather Bagnall puts on a lovely monologue about the life of a woman, Laurel, who is going through a divorce and enjoying her new single status and independence.
Stuart Bowden expertly manages to perform a rather sad and dark story in a completely hilarious way.
I’m afraid I don’t particularly trust shows with exceptionally long titles that are self-claimed ‘spectacular’.
Somehow I was expecting this to be a dark version of Beauty and the Beast told through shadow puppetry.
3 is a Crowd certainly put on an entertaining show, although somewhat of an odd one.
Lost Voice Guy is the funniest comedian I’ve seen on the Fringe so far.
John Luke Roberts puts on a brilliant, surreal tale of a haunted sock.
Choreographers Chan and Cunningham want to show you their inner dance and say that ‘dance is more than aesthetics’.
From the start, the three characters that welcome you to this show about death are filled with an energy and hilarity that captures the audience and holds them until the end.
This show is about suicide and death.
I arrived to see this year’s Challenger with high hopes, and I was not disappointed.
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