Zoe Lyons spends an hour discussing common phobias, finding some fun in analysing what scares us all and why.
Tucked away in an intimate little room in the Pleasance, she's able to chat to the audience and relax them into sharing some of their darkest worries. These get added to her low-tech 'wall of fear' (actually just a big bit of white card on which she's written previous phobias).
Some of the issues raised are fairly standard (heights, snakes, spiders), but she draws some bright comedy nuggets out of these and works wonders with people's more unusual obsessions (metal, tissues, belly buttons).
Once she's established the rapport with her crowd, she moves on to more personal ground, discussing her own relationship and her fears of aging and commitment, keeping us smiling on throughout.
A well-constructed set to make you laugh - nothing to be scared of here - go catch her enjoyable show.