Review: Gerry Carroll-Young

At age 70, Gerry Carroll-Young is bringing his clown comedy to entertain Fringe audiences.

Review: Be My Guest

A funny and charming (with attitude) search for self-acceptance.

Review: Nearly Lear

Mischievous charm, tragic depth, and hilarious wit, all fueled by an intense and energetic inventiveness. A Must See show


Important theatre, brave, daring - entertaining.

Review: Brotipo

Two endearing clowns, hand-to-hand balance acts, very entertaining!

Review: Beyond the Nose

Daring and delightful clownfest from a fifty plus troupe that enages, inspires and impresses

Review: Bloody Medea!!!

Physical comedy debut by April Small; with a bit part for Zeus, puppet-deaths and an elephant themed singsong.

Review: The Rest of Our Lives

A gorgeous piece of dance-based theatre that navigates the jumbled inevitability of middle age. 

Review: Mimes

clowning, mime, comedy and the exploration of an existential crisis

Review: Rêver

Clowning, mime, acrobatics, comedy and storytelling fuse seamlessly.

Review: The Anniversary

Physical humour with a nod to the Theatre Of The Grotesque.

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: 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: 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: bloominauschwitz

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: Bon Ami

A new comedy show about friendship, digital media, social isolation and loneliness.

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: Ericthefred

an elegiac study of the travails of a clown with touching echoes of the past

Review: Follow Suit

Excellent physical theatre - bizarre and entertaining!

Review: Sami and Jim

Thoroughly entertaining, consistently offbeat funny

Review: Drawing Circus

"Come sketch as models in circus costume are frozen mid-act for your drawing delight"

Review: Borderline

"....saving you the need to go to Calais or any other refugee camp"

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: Bird

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: Extravaganza

An absurd yet deliciously delectable action packed hour and ten minutes of clowning, acrobatics, physical theatre and slapping

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: It’s Only Words

An absurdly brilliant clown act that explores the nature of communication and language.

Review: FEAST

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: Defrosted

Zany, the kids loved every minute