Time stood still.
Brilliantly well written and intriguing show about how we construct our personality during childhood and deal with lies and relationships.
Back at it again, with his one man show.
This drag extravaganza is one hour and ten minutes of musical mayhem, with games and just the right amount of audience participation
Cody's signature charisma and stage presence is back with new reflections on his life.
Everyday in the Ace Dome, Pleasance Dome, twelve performers get up to three minutes each to persuade us to see their shows. Here's a rundown and the six highlights.
Good in places, but left me feeling there could be so much more
Tiny room, huge energy!
Do we consider Paul Merton an institution yet, because we should!
A lacklustre performance that could have worked so well
A high energy and slick production from this cheeky comic-magician
Powerful individual performers with too little glue to keep the show afloat
Adams hasn't been terribly lucky in life, by her own admission.
An interesting idea but trying to do too much at once
Goodbear return after their five-star run last year
The man constantly in the best mood has been made sad about some things.
An audience can be the saving grace of a stand-up show.
After his viral TED Talk, James Veitch comes back to Edinburgh Fringe with a show about retro games, animated gifs and rubber ducks