A one woman play about the experience of abortion, Mission Abort is a courageous and deeply moving show
A silly, energetic show filled with random one-liners and impressive self-deprecation
A lacklustre stand-up that might have more potential as a serious examination of the stigma that surrounds prostitution
A touching show about the dangers of an obsession with wellness.
This show utterly captured the importance of words, language and communication and was an incredibly poignant portrayal of how we lose our freedom when we lose our voices.
A fantastic first half, which was ultimately let down
A play that's a little bit funny and a little bit sad, but not wholly committed to either
Probably one of the strangest experiences of my entire life. Good strange? Bad strange? I'm still not really sure.
You'll need your brain engaged for this one, but it's completely worth it if you do!
Adomian's 'Dad' humour ultimatley gets lost in translation for a British audience.
Forbes delights with hilariously simple comedy.
A hilarious and incredibly take on the classic murder mystery
A delightful hour filled with hilarious stories, fascinating information and mesmerising sign language
A musical delight that entertains kids and adults alike
A touching and beautiful play about grief and isolation.
A sweet, moving play that will make you laugh, think, and appreciate life that little bit more
A sweet, noble show about family, the refugee crisis and collectable porcelain figures
A stand-up show that will keep you laughing throughout and have you in hysterics at times