Review: The Night
After hours cabaret show
Review: The Night
After hours cabaret show
Review: Bag Lady
This could develop into something special. Thoroughly recommended as an industrial-strength ice-breaker.
Review: The Affair
A lovelorn lothario with ants in his pants meets his match in a knockabout clown play
Review: Zeroko’s Teatime
A bit of simple, conistently funny genius
Review: Knock Knock
A no-nonsense fairy tale with a twist brought to life with dance and physical theatre, accessible to d/Deaf and hearing audiences.
Review: Beep Boop
A one man mime and physical comedy theatre show with a live digital soundscape, exploring society’s uneasy obsession with online life and the curious delusional pull away from an actually lonely reality.
Review: Jordan Brookes: I’ve Got Nothing
A talented clown makes something out of nothing
A welcome return from a comedian who exemplifies the spitrit of The Fringe
Review: Come Fly with Fred
Uncomfortable to watch from start to finish - in the best way possible!
Review: Intolerable Side Effects
You’d be hopping mad to miss this. It’s very bunny.
Review: Fruit Loop
Review: Lucy Hopkins: Secrt Circl
Ding dong the witch is bonkers
The performing brio is phenomenal, of a standard you’d be happy to see anywhere in the world. So would any child.
Review: The Artist
Entertaining, creative, theatrical, very well performed!
Review: Another One
An impressive physical theatre piece that does seem to meander round a lack of connection.
Review: Where the Hell is Bernard
In a world where reaching 50 signals the end, four workers escape the hive in a darkly comic physical show.
A riff on James Joyce’s Ulysses exploring Bloom’s Jewish heritage as he time travels through the 20th century.
Review: The Flop
'The Flop' is anything but!
Review: Casting Off
Three generations of women 'Cast Off' all stereotypes of what they can, should and be able to do.
Review: The Fabulous Bäckström Brothers
An operatic clown show, ﬁrst performed in Helsinki in September 2014.
Review: Bon Ami
A new comedy show about friendship, digital media, social isolation and loneliness.
Review: S/he/it Happens
Not Your Typical Day At The Office
Review: Arr We There Yet?
A Madcap Mashup of Circus and Storytelling with a Little Tango for Extra Spice
Review: The Exploded Circus
A skilful and sensory mix of acrobatics, aerial feats and juggling, encapsulated in a story about finding order after chaos
Review: The Looker
A show about freedom. Funny, subversive, deeply philosophical - and beautiful.
Review: How To Suffer Better
You Won't Suffer To Enjoy This Laugh Out Loud Comedy
an elegiac study of the travails of a clown with touching echoes of the past
New madness from the Manchester loon
Review: Follow Suit
Excellent physical theatre - bizarre and entertaining!
Review: The Establishment : Eton Mess
A delicious Eton Mess of a comedy.
Review: Sami and Jim
Thoroughly entertaining, consistently offbeat funny
Review: Lucy Hopkins: Ambition
Powerful Women Are About
Review: Drawing Circus
"Come sketch as models in circus costume are frozen mid-act for your drawing delight"
"....saving you the need to go to Calais or any other refugee camp"
Review: Enter the Dragons
Classic clowning exploring the subject of female ageing
Review: Great Train Robbery
Through an ingenious mix of clowning, physical theatre and wonderful singing, this comic four shed new light on ‘what really happened’ and ‘how they participated.’
Review: Plan B for Utopia
With its low tech props, starkly minimal staging, and exquisite performance, Clevillé has constructed a piece that teeters between being hilarious, heart breaking, and intensely hopeful.
Review: Tittitutar Town
The funniest comedian I've ever seen
Entertaining, elegant, funny and a bit raunchy!
Nonstop bubble chaos, skills abd some beautiful moments
Review: Flossy and Boo’s Curious Cabaret
magic, innocence and a little dash of daring
Review: Chef: Come Dine with Us
What’s not to like?
Visually beautiful, enjoyable, sensitively performed!
Review: Wolf Meat
Profoundly silly and farcically serious show with just the kind of anarchy that offers coke to audience members. Contains brief and ghastly nudity.
Review: Save Me A Balloon
"it's full of joie de vivre and a real pleasure to watch."
Silent But Friendly
An absurd yet deliciously delectable action packed hour and ten minutes of clowning, acrobatics, physical theatre and slapping
Endearing, funny and a tiny bit flirty, in Velma's clown way!
Review: “Mom?”: A Comedy of Mourners
Creative, perfectly timed slapstick and hilarious physical comedy!
Review: Morro and Jasp Do Puberty
A peak behind the crimson curtains of two regular girls who just want to have fun, be loved, and figure out how the holy b*lls tampons work.
Review: Wild at Heart
"Mad in all the right ways"
Marmite of a mime show.
Stunning physical noir performance from a Fringe newcomer to watch
A stunning display of circus skills.
Review: It’s Only Words
An absurdly brilliant clown act that explores the nature of communication and language.
Review: Women’s Hour
A hour with two wonderful clowns
A pinch of nudity, a splash of surrealism, and a dollop of the absurd. You won’t find anything else quite like it skimming through the Fringe brochure, that’s for sure.
Review: Twisted Loaf Present Stale Mate
A hour of dark and twisted sketch comedy
Zany, the kids loved every minute