4★★★★

Review: Emma Sidi: Faces of Grace at Pleasance Courtyard

Character comedian and ‘contemporary somatic movement enthusiast’ Emma Sidi brings five new faces to the Fringe. Using a floral arch, Sidi takes persona switching to a new level in an almost Stars in Their Ey...
4★★★★

Review: Jen Brister – Meaningless at Monkey Barrel

Jen Brister returns to the Fringe with an hour long show that strikes a powerful balance between making big points and creating big laughs. Meaningless encapsulates everything that is wonderful about Brister’s...
5★★★★★

Review: Police Cops at Assembly George Square Studios

Returning from sell-out runs at Soho Theatre and Edinburgh Fringe 2017, the multi award-winning comedy trio The Pretend Men have carved themselves out a space as one of the must-see shows of this year’s Fringe ...
3★★★

Review: Phill Jupitus: Sassy Knack at The Stand

In a Fringe full of comedy shows featuring oddball sketches and ‘off the wall’ abstract skits, Phill Jupitus takes the traditional path of storytelling, a refreshing act of classic stand-up that often feels glo...