3★★★

Review: Alex Kealy at Just The Tonic at The Caves

Political comedy that takes into account the effect of stink bombs on decision making, Kealy’s show, Rationale, ponders the less obvious influences on our seemingly rational opinions.  Based on the premise ...
5★★★★★

Review: Islander at Summerhall

Far from your average sing-a-long musical, this production weaves new life into the form, layering myth and reality, with a contemporary Scottish folk-inspired score.  Using voices and vocal loops, the co...
4★★★★

Review: Richard Fry- O Starry Night at Gilded Balloon

“If you are mad, art history is a really good place to hang out”.  In his eighth solo show, Fry brings a comedy with a view.   With Vincent van Gogh’s painting, Starry Night, as his anchor, F...
4★★★★

Review: Blind Date at CanadaHub

Mimi, a sexy french clown, has been stood up and enlists a member of the audience to be her date.  So begins an edge of your seat evening of voyeurism, connecting and the invigorating unknown, as this imp...