Exposing the rise and falls of Edith Piaf, this is one cabaret biographical musical you do not want to miss. Simply stunning.
A show that’s weaker than the sum of its parts
Alfie Brown jokes about his love/hate relationship with crowds.
One of the best shows you will see at the Fringe this year
Your favourite films, but rewritten in an hour and stuffed with jokes
The set had a strong start and Friedman has a great wit, but to stay on-board you need a good knowledge of American Politics and culture.
In the Shadow of the Black Dog takes on the ties between mental health and masculinity.
John kicks straight off with gags and immediately captured the audience.
Conspiracy shows how a single photo can become a global conspiracy.
Stop pretending it doesn’t exist.
A beautifully elaborate depiction of the mother and daughter relationship.
Would you risk it all for a five minute thrill?
What is David going to do about David?
If you’re after a bit of fun in the afternoon, then head on over to watch Bottoms Up. It's satirical portrayal, traditionally comic, look at an opening of a new religion... However don't expect it to challenge your mind.
The Beatbox Academy brings the Mary Shelley tale as you've never seen it before.
8:8 tries to connect us to the people around us, but ultimately fails.
A mostly satisfying if slightly pedestrian hour of stand-up.