Comedy Reviews


Review: Kai Humphries: Team Smug at Gilded Balloon Teviot

Kai Humphries is an instantly likeable stand up. He appears to remember audience members from a previous show, doesn’t take the piss out of latecomers, doesn’t reduce the front row to tears and he’s very down t...

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...

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...

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 ...
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