Intoxicating contemporary dance brilliantly presented by three young dancers.
An enjoyable hour of whimsy and skill, and well worth going along to – just don't forget to bring 50p!
It is perfectly valid to scream at seagulls, they deserve it.
This is good family circus which entertains.
This is a must see production at Assembly Hall which tackles the question of what it means to be a woman through contemporary dance, physical theatre and circus.
Jamie provides a witty hour with anecdotes and light entertainment that’s worth a watch.
Fixed celebrates the cringe factor of growing up as a zillenial, and it’s a big yes from me
It’s back to the anarchy and chaos that is a school assembly in Maddy and Marina Bye’s latest absurd show
Auton is a bit like a substitute teacher assessing how merciless the class before him is, but it's entirely endearing in The Crowd Show
A variety of stunning performances by the La Clique team in The Beauty at Underbelly's Circus Hub.
Katie Pritchard is a one woman comedy music powerhouse.
Ever wanted to be part of an orchestra? This comedy show might just change that.
A talented ensemble of students from Guildford High School make you think about the morals by which you live your life.
Christian Brighty is fanning a flame under Regency comedy and audiences burn for it judging by the full house standing ovation
Singing Like A Virgin with a bunch of strangers during Sportsperson is a legit bonding experience
Hag is a chaotic cruiseship of a show captained by the sensation that is Sophie Duker
More relatable than a Buzzfeed quiz, Magliano perfectly captures the essence of being twenty-something today in her debut show Absolutely No Worries If Not
Across the political spectrum, Rosie Holt’s debut show finds hypocrisy in all the crevices with satirical character comedy