We spoke to The Edinburgh Comedy Awards Best Newcomer nominee and CBBC star, Sam Fletcher, about his show at Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Utterly brilliant - if we have to leave the EU, at least it has given us Brexit the Musical.
A fun and clever play about Scrabble, words and memory
'Did I Choose These Shoes' breaks your heart as much as it warms it.
An impressive performance from the poet laureate
A larger than life show that will make you fall in love with performance poetry
A truly poignant story of one man's experience at the forefront of revolution
An abstract kaleidescope of the worries, issues and horrors that affect the world today.
A physical and beautiful contemporary dance piece which explores gender identity.
An innovative and interesting concept that didn't fully translate to an hour and a half performance.
A vivid and visceral satire about the horrors of Guantanamo Bay
An interesting concept but more awkward than really funny
A one woman play about the experience of abortion, Mission Abort is a courageous and deeply moving show
A touching show about the dangers of an obsession with wellness.
This show utterly captured the importance of words, language and communication and was an incredibly poignant portrayal of how we lose our freedom when we lose our voices.
A fantastic first half, which was ultimately let down
Adomian's 'Dad' humour ultimatley gets lost in translation for a British audience.
Forbes delights with hilariously simple comedy.