Just go see his show. You'll laugh, I get the feeling it will be different laughs every night.
A satirical take on the world in which we live. Sharp truths, witty observations and ironies exposed.
A weird and wonderful show that keeps you guessing.
To perform a stand-up comedy show in your own language is hard. To perform in a foreign language is another ball game altogether.
A unique, funny and energy-filled act, that will never cease to impress you.
Tony Law was supposed to be the host for the Amused Moose Laugh Off final – seeing this show, I understand entirely both why he was supposed to and why he didn't end up doing so.
Kirstie Allsopp eat your heart out.
A show with comedic timing like no other, there is no way you won't be laughing hysterically by the end.
Funnier than I expected.
A foreign children's story set in it's own little world.
How telling stories can reimagine the past, present, and future.
Wonderful children's promenade theatre.
A brilliantly inventive performance that showed some of comedy at it's best.
My wick was burning out somewhat by the near-end of Monday. I'd yet to see anything to really dazzle me or make me guffaw – and I was the only one of the Voice team yet to.
The Laughing Horse Free Festival at the White Horse brought us four up and coming comedians for their stand-up.
Imagine if Mr Bean had a breakdown, grew a beard, and actually managed to connect with you on an emotional level. You would have Tatterdemalion
A show so amazing the entire audience was blown away.
Can I Start Again Please is a beautiful piece of theatre that drew in and moved every single member of the audience within the opening moments of the show.