Dom Chambers: Fake Wizard is most definitely a standout show from a standout performer, one who doesn’t take himself too seriously but delivers an amazing array of knockout magic
Two Brunettes and A Gay: Bottoms Up! Is ‘good night out’ kind of show where one can get all their friends together, get boozy and sing (poorly) along to some well-worn favourites with just a dash of sentimentality in the mix
Belt out a few classics with your mates in a karaoke free-for-all marathon.
A brilliantly acted one woman show recounting the horrors of war from the perspective of a young girl.
The Black Blues Brothers is a family friendly show, which redefines the usual circus production approach and provides an hour of jaw dropping physicality that is sure to impress even the most experienced Fringe goer who think they have already seen it all!
A wonderful tribute show, Dan Clews’ The Paul Simon Experience gives an almost flawless performance in bringing Simon’s songs alive on the stage.
Dr Matt Agnew, of Bachelor fame, explores the scientific possibilities of extra-terrestrial life.
The Dolly Parton Story is a lot of fun and a real crowd pleaser. If you’re a country music fan, it would definitely be worth finding an hour in your busy Fringe schedule to check this show out.
The Nashville Story provides a reasonable overview of the shifting forms and styles that constitute the history of American country music, but struggles, at times, to do the chosen set of songs justice.
S-27 explores what occurs when people repress their moral instincts in the fulfilment of their duties during times of revolution and war. The energy it takes to remain dispassionate soon drains away, leaving everyone exposed and threatened.