There is something very reminiscent of Bill Murray in Matt Duwell: the optimistic sarcasm is the overlying note in his voice; he produces easy crowd-pleasing material, imbued with …
Juliet Myers and Homer, the rescue podenco, deliver their second Fringe comedy run in which we are regaled with tales of life with an anxious dog.
A tender look at the humble homo sapien and how 200,000 years of steady progress have led us to.
Henry Ginsberg is not your standard Everyman.
Jem Brookes: Schizophonic is a fast-paced cacophony of characters and voices that come out of one man’s head.
Following a series of failures at music festivals, a Bulgarian musician faces a midlife crisis.
Teams of improvisers take on stand-ups on stage, and you get to choose who is funnier. Loser dies. Even better? The show is free.
In six years of stand-up, Aidan ‘Taco’ Jones has met great comedians from every continent (except Antartica, they’re rubbish).
Showcasing underrepresented working-class comedy voices.
Ashley Haden is back with the eagerly awaited final chapter of the C*nting Trilogy.
Thao originally wanted to be an actress but was disheartened because she didn’t see many Asians on TV.
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