Jacques and the Giants have a sound like no other.
Unfortunately, the likeability of these two ladies wasn’t enough to reject the notion that they should have, to quote an age old cliché, ‘stuck to the day job.
As a Bard-olator, I was keen to see this show.
All things clitoral, including comedy, song, games, painting and poetry referencing, politics and testimonials.
The first time a comedian tries out an hours set it is a hugely nerve wracking experience, exposing weaknesses that can be hidden in a shorter performance.
Quantum Physics, black holes, Higgs Boson, parallel universes, uncertainty.
Matt Dwyer has experienced both sides of the fat-coin.
Do you like family? Do you like values? Then get ready to see a comedian with no awards to his name break your disappointment hymen.
You might think you are thick skinned, but this show will re-evaluate your limits.
Miss D, a risqué super hero, is set to save Daphna, a righteous Israeli journalist, from a life of virtue.
I was apprehensive about The McMagicSandwich (with fries), described as ‘exploding lightbulbs, slapstick danger and crayzeeeness’, reminiscent of hot air-inflated slapstick sht…
It’s a show about feminism without all the boring preachy bits and it’s also very funny too.
Showcasing the best Brighton Fringe has to offer with different comedians every night.
This solo show presents the story of the ultimate femme fatale, Mata Hari.