A cleverly put together performance with moments of genius, but the writing tries too hard
What do you get when CBBC meets SNL?
Ashely Blaker’s comedy revolves around one of the oldest religions in the world and his observance of its teachings and traditions, yet Observant Jew manages to be a deeply topical show.
This is a skilful team of sketch comedians who hold them together well with a good thread throughout. Characterisation & physicality is strong here.
A sweet, moving play about two women who find animals better company than humans
Loses her way a lot
A fun-filled and entertaining show that even die-hard Shakespeare fans will like
A vibrant and interesting show with some excellent elements
Another stand up who doesn’t really stand out
From Dusty Springfield to Peggy Lee, join Toby for an hour of music and poetry
An enjoyable hour of comedy examining the struggles of everyday life
A lyrical storytelling about human experiences and the traces we leave behind
Step into the world of a portrait painter…
A heart-warming and family-friendly comedy
A breathtakingly beautiful piece of theatre
“we are all born naked and the rest is drag”: A ‘play’ with gender identity.
The Raymond & Mr. Timpkins Revue don't do high theatre or deeply thoughtful comedy, but they aren’t trying to. It’s well executed gag comedy that aims for easily laughs, and gets them aplenty.