• Steve Hall: Zebra
    Comedy
    01
    Sep 2015
    Steve Hall: Zebra
    Rating: Steve Hall, previously one third of We Are Klang, alongside Greg Davies and Marek Larwood, has returned to the Fringe for the first time in four years....
  • Ahir Shah: Distant
    Comedy
    31
    Aug 2015
    Ahir Shah: Distant
    Rating: Ahir Shah is a very intelligent young man, and he isn’t afraid to showcase this in his material. It doesn’t come across as patronising or arrogant,...
  • Qyeen sweeTs: NorthernXposure
    Comedy
    31
    Aug 2015
    Qyeen sweeTs: NorthernXposure
    Rating: From the moment Qyeen sweeTs strides onto the stage carrying a grin that the Cheshire cat would envy, it’s clear to the audience that this is a woman...
  • Jane Austen’s Forgotten Stories
    Reviews
    31
    Aug 2015
    Jane Austen’s Forgotten Stories
    Rating: Charlotte Productions are dedicated to producing pieces of forgotten literature, and this year at the Fringe they are shining their spotlight on the...
  • Richard Brown: Art is Easy
    Comedy
    31
    Aug 2015
    Richard Brown: Art is Easy
    Rating: Richard Brown’s comedy right from the start is haphazard. If it wasn’t for the chart behind him carefully laying out the show as he has...
  • John Robertson-The Dark Room: Symphony of Floating Head
    Comedy
    01
    Sep 2015
    John Robertson-The Dark Room: Symphony of Floating Head
    Rating: Billed as a live action computer game, The Dark Room is essentially a cross between the 1980’s...
  • Sing for Your Life
    Reviews
    31
    Aug 2015
    Sing for Your Life
    Rating: The decrepit and deceased come alive in this morally questionable performance. Sing for Your Life is...
  • Mark Watson: Flaws
    Comedy
    31
    Aug 2015
    Mark Watson: Flaws
    Rating: ‘Life is complicated’ is the one lesson to take away from Mark Watson’s Flaws. This...
  • Mark Stephenson: Amsterdam
    Comedy
    31
    Aug 2015
    Mark Stephenson: Amsterdam
    Rating: Comedians lie; they spin elaborately, well-timed tales of deceit in order to amuse us. It’s a basic...
  • East End Cabaret of Perverts
    Dance
    31
    Aug 2015
    East End Cabaret of Perverts
    Rating: With the darkness of The Mighty Boosh, the lightness of Flight of the Concords and a hint of...
  • Alternative Comedy Memorial Society
    Comedy
    01
    Sep 2015
    Alternative Comedy Memorial Society
    Rating: John-Luke Roberts and Thom Tuck’s variety show concept is perfect. The Alternative Comedy...
  • Rob Auton: The Water Show
    Comedy
    31
    Aug 2015
    Rob Auton: The Water Show
    Rating: If, after a full month of theatre, poetry, live music and of course comedy you happen to still be...
  • E15
    Reviews
    31
    Aug 2015
    E15
    Rating: The best art is made in tune with the current and political atmosphere of its day. FYSA’s E15 does...
  • Sean McLoughlin: Whatever It Takes
    Comedy
    31
    Aug 2015
    Sean McLoughlin: Whatever It Takes
    Rating: There is a parade of comics who base their routine around being grumpy and the anguish of life,...
  • Martin Mor: Away Gallivanting
    Comedy
    31
    Aug 2015
    Martin Mor: Away Gallivanting
    Rating: Although deceptively eccentric in appearance, Martin Mor delivers an hour of truly safe consumer...

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Alternative Comedy Memorial Society
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Alternative Comedy Memorial Society

September 1st, 2015 | by lidia
Rating: John-Luke Roberts and Thom Tuck’s variety show concept is perfect. The Alternative Comedy Memorial Society should the panacea to all the ills of the Apollo. Both extremely strong comedian’s in their own right,...
John Robertson-The Dark Room: Symphony of Floating Head
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Comedy

John Robertson-The Dark Room: Symphony of Floating Head

September 1st, 2015 | by lidia
Rating: Billed as a live action computer game, The Dark Room is essentially a cross between the 1980’s kids TV show Nightmare and a ludicrously aggressive ‘chose your own adventure’ novel. But it’s a novel...
Steve Hall: Zebra
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Comedy

Steve Hall: Zebra

September 1st, 2015 | by lidia
Rating: Steve Hall, previously one third of We Are Klang, alongside Greg Davies and Marek Larwood, has returned to the Fringe for the first time in four years. Unfortunately it’s to hardly any fanfare. His show has been...
Rob Auton: The Water Show
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Comedy

Rob Auton: The Water Show

August 31st, 2015 | by lidia
Rating: If, after a full month of theatre, poetry, live music and of course comedy you happen to still be thirsty, then Rob Auton is here to quench that desire. If the title wasn’t enough to give it away, his entire routine...
Sing for Your Life
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Sing for Your Life

August 31st, 2015 | by lidia
Rating: The decrepit and deceased come alive in this morally questionable performance. Sing for Your Life is a unique show, one of a kind; it’s brilliantly executed (ha!) and definitely praise and attention-worthy. The...