6 September 2021
Review: Sh!tfaced Shakespeare: Much Ado About Nothing
A group of classically trained actors performing Much Ado About Nothing is not necessarily anything too unique. However, in this unconventional show, one such actor is royally drunk – and hilarity ensues.
15 June 2021
Brighton Fringe Review: Truth Be Told
“With three contrastingly eccentric, quirky, hilarious characters Truth Be Told was destined to be brilliant from the start!”
3 June 2021
Brighton Fringe Review: Social Distancing
Tommy Papaioannou challenges his audience to reflect upon the flaws of modern society with his new sensational, satirical play Social Distancing
3 June 2021
Brighton Fringe Review: Prison Dialogues
“A minimalistic yet powerful insight into the philosophy and psychology of prison life”
5 August 2020 – 30 August 2020
Retro Fringe by Gilded Balloon
Gilded Balloon are bringing us a socially-distanced 2020 fringe
19 August 2019 – 24 August 2019
AUTO-CORREBT PRESENTS SIGHT UNSEEN @ EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE
Irish comedy theatre improv group, Auto-Correbt have set themselves the challenge of performing every other show at Edinburgh Festival Fringe this August. The only problem is that they’ve seen none of them.
1 July 2019
How to be an amazing theatre producer
Guildford Fringe producer Nick Wyschna gives his advice on how to put on a successful theatre production
22 May 2019
Crime Scene Illusion
An innovative combination of forensic science and magic
19 May 2019
A stunning conversation on mental health through the unified strength of dance and dialogue
1 April 2019
Looking back at theatre in March
Olivier Awards, worker exploitation and the ramifications of social media usage
4 May 2019
Macbeth @ Brighton Fringe
“By the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes.”
13 March 2019
A show about Phish and Fysics.
12 March 2019
Baby Face by Katy Dye
Sippy cups, school uniforms and sexual intercourse.
12 March 2019
Angry Alan by Penelope Skinner
Fresh from its critically acclaimed sell-out run at the 2018 Edinburgh Fringe, Penelope Skinners’ Angry Alan arrives at the Soho Theatre and he isn’t just Angry, he is scathing.
25 February 2019
Tribute to Rock
A show where the worst crime you can commit is learning hip hop routines? Sign me up!
23 February 2019
Australia: A Whinging Poms Guide
Australia, a land of warm days, big spiders, and crocodiles every few meters. Or is it?
16 October 2018
Interview with Beatbox Collective
The members of Beatbox Collective speak to Voice about their careers in beatboxing and performing at Edinburgh Fringe
3 June 2018
Stand Up, Weather Girl!
BBC stand-in weather reporter Sam Fraser stands up and causes a storm in gender politics with her hysterical comedy act