Edinburgh Fringe 2016
Delightful embodiment of the Fringe spirit in a comedy show which changes every night
A comic tale of doggie derring do from the Pound that strikes right at heart of the doll.
An uncomfortable reflection on our society’s adoration of fame.
Lively, beautifully crafted writing performed by a sizzling storyteller.
A bit sweary - but nice
He's very English - but a real English
His strongest material yet, but still anarchic.
A provocative tribute which walks the line in a story that crosses a man in black with independent thought
Non-stop jokes keep the audience laughing throughout.
Political Satire at its tousle-haired best
A great hour in the company of weird, wonderful and very funny women.
A well-constructed hour of character sketch comedy
The 1970’s are back and funky with a cop drama that focusses on the times rather than the storylines.
Very entertaining, well acted devised comedy! A delirious sci-fi romp!
"feel-good family comedy at its finest"
Deliciously grubby physical theatre for all ages set in junkyard
The Famous Five, without one, go off on an adventure on summer hols for jolly japes and smuggling scrapes.
Australian comedian who saws the knuckles off your sensibilities in a hilarious hour
A very funny stand up show that tells the story of Tom Toal where saving the earth becomes gets lost in the telling.
"A show with heart, which Jayde Adams performs with dexterity and delight"
Wacky, daft, dotty, bonkers, nuts. But very sweet.
Uniquely creative sketch troupe never let the pace drop
A warm and thoroughly life affirming show (mostly about death)
Inspiring, creative, imaginative, meaningful and fabulously entertaining!
Three encounters on the tube. Three quite different stories.
Lots of things you never knew you didn’t need to know.
Comic dancer nails macho posturing
Political parody and satire to delight and amuse.
Ridiculous satire and an Edinburgh institution.
A transatlantic take on the mytheries of Holmes which has comedy rather than tragedy at its heart
The story of a tragedy in Scotland told 400 years later with music and storytelling showing that at least something survived it well
Two wacky women and a Fringe venue.
Another success from the Cairns’ stable and a real hidden gem of the Fringe.
A compelling message in a comic but very moving tale.
What a delight! Written by a true wordsmith!
Paul Vickers' first musical is unsettling, shambolic and very, very silly.
Pointless, stupid and hilarious