Indescribable, but I’ll give it a go.
Garrett Millerick plays it safe, which is to his detriment.
Katie Norris and Sinead Parker are the eponymous sirens, here to drag their captive audience (literally at points) into their weird, warped and hilarious sketches.
Figurehead of the Greeter’s Guild is at the Edinburgh Fringe and ready to take on psychotherapy
‘The Giant Killers’ tell the story of the first working man’s team to play for the FA cup, returning to the Fringe after being its debut here in 2017.
This was supposed to be a comedy show, right?
Fixed celebrates the cringe factor of growing up as a zillenial, and it’s a big yes from me
Flabbergast Theatre stayed loyal to a classic but approached it in a refreshing and visually beautiful way.
Definitely more Disney than Crime Watch.
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
Hannah Fairweather has a list of people who have wronged her. Do they all deserve to be there? Absolutely.
No one does it quite like Brendan Murphy.
No Scrubs sees Michael Akadiri dealing with the challenges of the NHS and reckoning with the realities that when he isn’t wearing his doctor’s scrubs, some see him as a scrub.
You will not be disappointed with this drumming show that goes beyond rhythm and music to create a hilarious, creative explosion that will entertain everyone.
A variety of stunning performances by the La Clique team in The Beauty at Underbelly's Circus Hub.
Njambi McGrath takes us on a tour of her Kenyan heritage by turning her trauma into comedy.