A light-hearted comic with a charming sense of humour, David indulged us with stories about his wife and his hair-dresser.
Neil Henry really "Tabozw" the audience - AMAZING
I am in awe at the unapologetically funny Nina Conti.
A group of writers are commissioned to aid with the staging of the 1969 moon landing.
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.
Young theatre group gets away with the home run
I was intrigued about going to see Noman's Land. Intrigued about how a former journalist in Pakistan was now in the business of giving a one-woman show.
Perfect Arc/Absolute Chaos. A phrase mentioned at the start of the show, and it describes it perfectly. This show is mad. Absolutely bonkers. Surreal. Abstract, and many other synonyms for just plain barmy!
Who would've thought it, rap and science?
Geordie comedian shares his secrets on how to be happy, and somehow, they all make sense!
Gambling, alcohol and a lot of fighting is the order of the day with this piece, as we sit down and join the Ballardbrothers at their father's wake...
This is a show about a clown. No, it's not just a show about a clown – it's the best show about a clown because (SPOILER) it doesn't contain the use of any unicycles or impractically small vehicles...
I saw this show on a whim, and with that whim I was blown away. It's officially the best whim of my life.
Politics, being Scottish, McDonalds, dieting and vegetarianism are the order of the day for this standup show, with BAFTA nominated Iain Stirling.
Hairline opened with the most original start to a routine – slick and funny with the right level of ridiculousness.
People never change, not really, and over the past 175 years can we say that we've learned from our mistakes? Perhaps, we've certainly changed as individuals, but as a species?
Absolutely hilarious cathartic post-coital confessions by the best comedienne I've seen so far.