Phil Ellis Has Been on Ice

Look, you’re tired, I’m tired, the acts are tired. It’s the end of the Fringe. So, heaven praises Phil Ellis for having the energy and grace to continue onwards over the final hurdles. Three weeks ago, hell eve...

Will Duggan: Perspicuator

In a comedy set based on his plans for world domination hatched from his parents box room in Kettering, and largely funded by his working in a Harvester restaurant, Will Duggan defies expectation and puts on an...

Harriet Kemsley: Bad at Doing

Harriet Kemsley is a vegetarian who is allergic to raw fruit, raw vegetables and all nuts. She also has dyspraxia, the physical cousin to dyslexia: in her own words, she can read a book, she’ll just drop it on ...

Ellyn Daniels: Emotional Terrorism

As the title suggests, this explosive one woman show charts Ellyn Daniels’ battle with bulimia, mild alcoholism, sexually transmitted diseases and finding salvation through stand up comedy In her debut show,...

Good Girl

Gigi is a 90’s girl. She grew up in a world of Michael Jackson, ring watches and The Craft with her gang of four best friends, feeling invincible. Except, Gigi feels different. She has a ball of energy and feel...

Micky P Kerr is Lay-Z

Shall we just take a moment to appreciate the beauty of laziness? If you can’t be bothered, I get it. In tribute to Micky P Kerr, originally there was going to be no review and just some coloured stars. Unfortu...

Jack Barry: High Treason

You cannot help but like Jack Barry as he takes to the stage in his bold suit, briefcase in hand and ready to get down to some serious business. Well almost serious - his suit is covered in a luminous green gan...

Daniel Cook: For Money

Daniel Cook hits the Fringe with a hilarious hour all about money - not that he has any. For Money asks whether he would be any happier with some extra cash in a stand-up show that is seamless: from the fantast...

Ed Patrick: Comedians’ Surgery

There seems to be an influx of collaborative work between comedians at this year’s Fringe, or maybe it’s just me? This theme continues with Ed Patrick’s Comedians’ Surgery, a fascinating show in which junior do...

David Ephgrave: Now Who’s a Comedian?

David Ephgrave is a refreshingly down to earth comedian who seems well-versed in the art of self-deprecation. For much of his show, Ephgrave ponders the what-ifs and the might-have-beens of his career in the en...