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.
Pussy Riot delivered a frenzied, and very noisy, multi-modal history lesson to a large and curious crowd in The Attic at the RCC on Wednesday night.
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.
Prince fans will certainly enjoy Michael Wheatley’s new show, Forever In My Life, as will those who admire a well structured musical performance delivered with love and humility.
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.
Whiplash is an odd beast. It would be hard to describe it as enjoyable, but, perversely, it does seem, in its uniqueness, just the type of show Fringe theatre should continue to encourage.
Anna Nicholson: Woman Of The Year is a funny and perceptive show which deserves your investigation!
Michaela Burger is both gifted as a singer and storyteller, and those gifts shine in A Migrant’s Son.