Orgies, murders, bank robberies and boy bands.
Since forming in 2012, the multi-award-winning sketch comedy quartet Mixed Doubles have gone from strength to strength, with a host of awards from the British press, media and sell…
The comedy stylings of Kat Bond & Lorna Shaw make up this fantastic double-act who received lovely press at Edinburgh 2012 with ‘Happy to Help’.
Staged by ReACTion Youth Theatre, Mannequins was intended to explore the relationship between surveillance and the London Riots.
Lorna is settling into her new life in London while Brian is enjoying a reclusive lifestyle as a night chef; between Lorna’s brave forays into various evening classes and Brian�…
A girl and (kind of) stalker guy journey through the London transport system, love and life until a newspaper column brings them together.
The Common Land is a stark one-man show which recounts a coming of age tale set in The Fens, in language that is raw and brutish.
Spanner in the Works’ production Notorious, written by Patricia Downey, is a piece that feels unfinished and cobbled together.
“Hilarious” (Guardian), “Wonderfully Funny” (Time Out), “Cleverly crafted sketches that hark back to the glory days of the Two Ronnies or Morecambe and Wise” (ThreeWeek…
I was the first to ascend the steps of the Three and Ten, greeted by the sight of a flame-haired woman clad in a sky blue, draped gown - slightly reminiscent of a druid priestess c…
Birthday Girls are a sketch group that leave you laughing and at times utterly confused.
Winner: Mervyn Stutter’s Spirit of the Fringe Award 2013, Edinburgh Fringe.
The Chortle Award-nominated stars of Radio 4’s ‘Sketchorama’ return with a fast-paced hour packed with slick sketches, loveable anti-heroes and sweetly sharp writing.
When I was a young little lady, I had dreams of becoming many exciting things – most of which were fairly unattainable career paths, for example ‘the Yellow Power Ranger’ or …
Fast-paced (at times), laborious (occasionally), well-observed (in some places), far-fetched (in others).
These two alien ambassadors have travelled millions of miles to find out if love is the drug they need to save their dying planet… but what on Earth is love? “Behind all of the…
Simon Feilder is a comedian.
Honesty and openness are the keys to a successful marriage – aren’t they? This white-knuckle farce rips into the catastrophic consequences of one infidelity too many.
I left Lead Pencil and Friends still wiping tears of laughter from my cheeks.
Anna Emerson gives an entertaining performance in her latest show, An Evening with Patti DuPont.
Critically acclaimed sketch group BEASTS return to Brighton with a brand-new show.
Awaking in a mental hospital with no idea who she is, Jude begins a comic odyssey into the obscure, where reason is treason, sanity is a sickness and the only truth is that everyth…
Kate Smurthwaite is a really likable, erudite comedian - a breath of fresh air to a comedy world saturated with ironic self-absorption and jokes about men and women’s supposedly …
Kitten Killers are an all-female comedy sketch group and flagrant abusers of all things cute and fluffy.
Clutching a handful of books, Robin Ince takes to the stage to welcome the audience into his world of lurid literature from across the ages.
If you like food, you’ll like this.
I’m gonna put it out there - in spite of the attention-grabbing title, I don’t think Elf Lyons is a pervert.
The Scummy Mummies Show was sold out for its first performance, the room filled mostly with fans of their iTunes podcasts.
Exciting new double act Huntington & Hutt bring their mash-up of sketch and stand-up to Brighton.
Meet Freddie Hammond (Simon de Cintra), a bank manager who wakes up to find the proverbial rock has become a reality - to be precise – a large boulder blocking his drive and prev…
Meet Alex, an incurable romantic with a borderline personality disorder and a pair of night-vision goggles.
So, Foil, Arms and Hog are my new favourite people.
Best Fringe in the show! Vintage hairdresser Pamela brings you interactive stand-up in a style of her own.
It’s playtime for grown ups as Liz Peters opens up her dark and twisted box of delights.
Feathers, glitter, gold lame and The Weather Girls.
‘We don’t just do adverts, we do dreams’.
As the house lights dim and the small projector set up on stage starts flashing the words, ‘Turps is here!’, you know you are in for something a little bit different than your …
This trio’s cutesy introduction, complete with Velcro and cardboard cut-out numbers, was charming.
Lady Parts Theatre’s production of Laura-Kate Barrow’s latest work is a sensitive handling of some difficult subject matter - alcoholism and domestic abuse - and explores the i…
Improv stalwarts Off the Cuff present a brand-new show spinning scenes and sketches from proverbs invented using your suggestions.
Award-winning comedian and failed Buddhist monk, Sam Brady explores his struggle to become a ‘good person’ and asks why kindness is so undervalued.
The term ‘live-action video game’ is usually reserved for disappointing Hollywood adaptations of your favourite computer games (Tomb Raider, Silent Hill, the list could go on).
A voyage of discovery combining shadow puppetry, a gameshow, and ritual sacrifice.
Award-winning comedian and failed Buddhist Monk, Sam Brady, takes his comedy show, Kindness on UK tour, starting in Leicester on 22nd February.
Mixed Doubles is billed as ‘An Entertainment on Marriage’ and so it is, specifically marriage grown old and a little bit stale.
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