3★★★

Review: Ross Brierley: Accumulator at Underbelly Bristo

Ross Brierley is a professional gambler and in his debut solo hour he seems to determine to show us why it’s a job and not just a hobby. He explains the weird questions he gets asked about his chosen professi...
3★★★

Review: Jamie MacDonald Blinkered at Assembly Rooms

Glaswegian comic Jamie MacDonald is blind - but he's determined to show his audiences the humour in his disability. Whether it's being attacked for not picking up his dog’s poo or the perils of travelling abr...
3★★★

Review: The Tape Face Show at Pleasance Courtyard

Tape Face is an excellent performer. Full of charisma, he owns the stage, utilising every prop - and audience member - to create a memorable show. His unique brand of intriguing physical comedy, combined with...
4★★★★

Review: Alex Edelman: Just for Us at Pleasance Courtyard

It's hard to make being a victim of anti-Semitism funny, but in Just for Us, Alex Edelman does a fantastic job. He tells us about his time on the less friendly side of Twitter and describes an undercover stint ...
4★★★★

Review: Sarah Keyworth: Dark Horse at Pleasance Courtyard

Sarah Keyworth is an honest comedian who knows how to stir genuine emotion in her audience while still keeping them laughing from the get go. Dark Horse takes on some serious topics, exploring gender, sexuali...
4★★★★

Review: Ivan Aristeguieta: Juithy at Pleasance Courtyard

Ever fancied visiting Venezuela? Just head to the Pleasance instead - Ivan Aristeguieta will save you the £600 for flights. His descriptions and charming delivery paints such a rich picture of his home countr...