Late Night Gimp Fight

Now in their fifth year of performing at the Fringe, Late Night Gimp Fight is NewsRevue’s dirtier younger sister. This group mixes satire, dance, song, physical comedy, political commentary and, naturally, lots of sexual references. There are several musical numbers that are hysterically funny and extremely well done, however much of the show leans toward the filthier side of comedy, which might not be to everyone's liking. Some of the shorter skits weren't as well thought through, but the audience still lapped it up, willingly participating whenever asked.

The five young gentlemen who make up the group are multi-talented and play up each of their skills. It's very clear how much they love performing and making the audience laugh. It's that joy and silliness that washes over the crowd - what they do they do very well and they do it with great enthusiasm and style. Even if you don't find every sketch funny, you'll still end up leaving with a smile on your face simply because everyone there - including the actors - had a wonderful time which is all you can really ask for.

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The Blurb

The award-winning and ‘quite brilliant’ (Times) sketch group are back to their very best in this brand new show for 2013. Edinburgh Comedy Awards nominees. Chortle Award winners. Constant disappointment to their parents.

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