Fine character comedy for the light hearted free fringe goer pre-dinner.
A well presented musical featuring a talented cast. A great way to see in your afternoon.
Individually wonderful performers presenting an interesting take on Shakespearean language and contemporary theatre, delivered in close quarters.
Just go see his show. You'll laugh, I get the feeling it will be different laughs every night.
A satirical take on the world in which we live. Sharp truths, witty observations and ironies exposed.
A weird and wonderful show that keeps you guessing.
To perform a stand-up comedy show in your own language is hard. To perform in a foreign language is another ball game altogether.
A unique, funny and energy-filled act, that will never cease to impress you.
Tony Law was supposed to be the host for the Amused Moose Laugh Off final – seeing this show, I understand entirely both why he was supposed to and why he didn't end up doing so.
Kirstie Allsopp eat your heart out.
A show with comedic timing like no other, there is no way you won't be laughing hysterically by the end.
Funnier than I expected.
A foreign children's story set in it's own little world.
How telling stories can reimagine the past, present, and future.
Wonderful children's promenade theatre.
A brilliantly inventive performance that showed some of comedy at it's best.
My wick was burning out somewhat by the near-end of Monday. I'd yet to see anything to really dazzle me or make me guffaw – and I was the only one of the Voice team yet to.
The Laughing Horse Free Festival at the White Horse brought us four up and coming comedians for their stand-up.