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We return from our third stint at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with the second award for the best shows we saw during our time there. Ladies and gentlemen, this is our Pick of the Fringe.
Enchanting, captivating, but marred by the speakers.
Simply stupendous, there is nothing here to not like!
Baba Brinkman and Dr. Heather Berlin bring science and hip-hop together in Baba's second comedy show at this year's Fringe.
If you imagine this whole review in song, it might just do The Kinsey Sicks justice…
It's hard to imagine something as ferociously sublime – listen to what Christina Bianco can do with her voice and you'll see precisely what I mean.
A show with good ideas but failed to make an impact.
A well presented musical featuring a talented cast. A great way to see in your afternoon.
Individually wonderful performers presenting an interesting take on Shakespearean language and contemporary theatre, delivered in close quarters.
A weird and wonderful show that keeps you guessing.
A unique, funny and energy-filled act, that will never cease to impress you.
Hysterically funny - Outstanding performance has everyone gagging for air.
An innovative and captivating children's show that contained fun, laughter and imagination.
Easily top 5 show at the Fringe 2015
An amazing show with an incredible story.
A light-hearted comic with a charming sense of humour, David indulged us with stories about his wife and his hair-dresser.
Awsum upped the ante with the stakes of ridiculousness in his show this year. The laughs he got in the packed out, sweltering venue were some of the loudest I'd heard yet.