Robin dazzles us with humour
Knock knock, who's there? Damian's funny performance.
A fresh take on the cliches of Chinese parenting, in a show that had plenty of great material, and a few wobbles
While poking fun at Paisley's picture-covered shops or highlighting the devastation the highland clearances caused Gaelic culture, Steel accurately debunks ancient theories and modern-day abominations.
Ellis impresses as he isn't afraid to make a fool of himself during his torturous downward-spiral as he makes a mockery of his own self-worth.
We announce, in no particular order, the best shows from our time at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016. The cream of the crop, only the best.
The mind-bending, astonishing ingenuity of Colin Cloud is back for another sell-out Fringe run.
Voice talks to dancer, choreographer, and Artistic Director of 201 Dance Company about Smother, his early inspirations, and how to enter the industry!
A fun, entertaining show that will enchant children and entertain adults.
A clever and well-structured comedy show with a futuristic and sci-fi theme.
A hilarious show full of ridiculous challenges that are guaranteed to make you laugh.
Improvised comedy surrounding the story of one person's life
This brave and endearing newbie to comedy might not make you laugh out loud, but she's certainly inspiring.
The middle-class, Turkish-Englishman has a lot more than just his culture to credit his humour to: all his character flaws are more than enough.
A show by a comedian who is also a junior doctor will obviously make for wonderfully graphic material.
Something that British stand-up comedy mostly fails to do is actively address the comedians' important issues. Otway's honest routine bucks the trend.
Flyerers pitched Police Cops to me four times. When another show cancelled, I chose Police Cops to replace it and gladly so.
The audience is startled when we realise that, whilst we take our seats, Roberts is sat hiding behind his own cape already on stage.