Grace Campbell's take on herself and her relationship with men is brutally honest, graphic and witty
Musical real-life sisters, Chloe and Tabby, take to the stage with their debut show Bittersweet
Yes, you’ve found the best improv show of the Fringe with this eclectic mix of Kiwi comedians
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