Comedy Reviews


Review: Bread and Geller: Prime Time at Just the Tonic

A gentle return to a cosier era of sketch comedy, the duo of Bread and Geller have charm to spare. Although this is their first Fringe show, the audience could be forgiven for thinking they were old hands. Fa...

Review: Hal Cruttenden: Chubster at Pleasance Courtyard

It’s a winning start from the Live At The Apollo-endorsed stand-up, and not just because his opening routine doesn’t involve any speaking (that meant winkingly, not snarkily, honest guv). Cruttenden emerges fr...

Review: Siblings: Acting Out at Underbelly Bristo

The struggle of working in the arts is real - just ask anyone performing at the festival. Instead of being sycophantic about it, however, Maddy and Marina Bye have used this truth to their advantage to create...

Review: Charlie V Martin – The 24/7 Club at C Venues

What do Zelda Fitzgerald, Amelia Earhart and J-Lo have in common? They all celebrate their birthdays on July 24, which makes them part of the 24/7 Club. Charlie V Martin, an active member of the club, invites...

Review: Elsa at Pleasance Dome

‘Elsa’ is not simply a trending girl’s name. Instead, as Isobel Rogers sings it, it represents an urge “to be somebody Else-a.” What follows is the charming but exasperating third-person tale of Elsa. Elsa, we...

Review: Angela Barnes: Rose-Tinted at Pleasance Courtyard

Following sell-out shows three years in a row, Angela Barnes returns to this years Fringe with brand new hour, Rose-Tinted, and unsurprisingly the seats are filling up once again.  From the start, Barnes embar...
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