Safety Banana is an interesting and humorous performance based around the premise of finding and losing love, a universally relatable experience.
Full of humour and poignancy, there is never a dull moment in Don’t Do It, Don’t Do It, Do It!, and I can honestly say that I haven’t quite seen a show like this during the Fringe.
While it is often uncomfortable, Cockroach offers an honest and brutal perspective on gendered violence that will stay with you for days
Caution – Deadline Ahead is a funny and sharp look into the world of procrastination. Cristina Lark has a written a show which displays both humour and plenty of moments of self-reflection around both her own and the audience’s habits.
Law Without Order just isn’t on par with other comedy shows at Fringe
Comedy duo Sweaty Pits have crafted a show which is always funny, often strange, but never dull.
McMullen perfectly straddles the line of humour and poignancy to deliver a show that is both important and entertaining.
Warhol: Bullet Karma is a show stuffed full of great characterisations from Warhol’s artistic heyday, and Garry Roost’s performance really brings these characters to life.
Katie Lees has created a show which is simultaneously funny and relatable, to the point the full horror of the office work experience is on display.
Amy McNickle and Steffie Yee have created something really immersive and moving with this film, with a dash of dry humour thrown in for measure.