Five Stars


Review: Steen Raskopoulos: Stay at Underbelly Cowgate

Steen Raskopoulos performs sketch comedy at breathtaking speed, instantly immersing his audience into brilliantly inventive moments in a transformative hour of stunningly impressive comedy. The show centres a...

Review: Damian Clark: Extra Show at Gilded Balloon Teviot

Damian Clark makes his anticipated return to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with Extra Show, so titled in honour of Clark's last festival, when he had to add shows to his sell out run. This is not a modest tit...

Review: Tamar Broadbent: Best Life at Underbelly Cowgate

Tamar Broadbent’s Best Life is a sweet and sour snapshot of modern millennial life in which the brunches are plentiful and owning a property a mere pipedream. Using an innovative mix of traditional stand-up a...

Review: Nina Conti is Monkey at Underbelly Bristo Square

Nina Conti delivers an hour of Fringe perfection that defies the 5 star system and quite simply demands at least double the amount. Ventriloquism has never screamed 21st century entertainment, especially in a ...

Review: Tim Key: Megadate at Pleasance Courtyard

At the risk of sounding like a complete hack, Tim Key's Megadate is, quite simply, mega-funny. Key is best known for playing Sidekick Simon in the Alan Partridge series. He was a fairly recent addition to the ...

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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