An interesting idea but trying to do too much at once
After his viral TED Talk, James Veitch comes back to Edinburgh Fringe with a show about retro games, animated gifs and rubber ducks
Outlandishly funny and intensely energetic comedy
Awkward, uncomfortable, disturbing, funny and moving, all in one show
The Lonely Island meets Irish freestyle rapping.
This is Phil's twentieth fringe, and this show celebrates the two decades of shows
Comedy sketch group trio are back, and this time, the stakes are higher than ever!
Rough around the edges but with plenty of potential
Cosy, warm and full of imagination: the perfect bedtime story
Venturing from Holywood to Hollywood to 'make it' Todd tells the tale of trying to keep up with famous names from his hometown
Kendall's simple story-telling is captivating and will keep you smiling long after you leave
Darkly amusing and brilliantly written new theatre
The absolute pinnacle of theatrical story-telling; which is what the whole show is about
Undoubtedly funny but unashamedly offensive
A great premise and talented actors, but the humour left a lot to be desired
Jenny Collier triumphantly returns to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with her 'biggest show yet'. The Welsh born comedian brings boundless energy to her 'epic' hour long set in the Underbelly's Med Quad.
Brutally honest combined with down-to-earth hilarity