Reviews

Edinburgh Fringe Review 2019 – Crybabies, Danger Brigade, Heroes @ Boteco
In a darkened cellar, aided only by some hats, a few sheets, some torches and a mop, three young men re-enact World War Two.We meet a young man so lonely he has only a mop, a table and ashtray for... more
The final week of the Edinburgh Fringe feels like it is full of comedians being up for all sorts of prizes, but this is an important one. Previous winners include Peter Kay, Dylan Moran and Lee Mack... more
The Dougal of the title is the lighting and sound technician behind the desk.Henry Perryment and Joe Barnes play backstage staff, who have to fill in when the advertised act fails to show. Our... more
News: Results Of The Amused Moose Comedy Award 2019.
This year's Amused Moose final was in a new venue and on a new date, closer to the end of the Fringe. But they were the only significant changes. Regular recent host Ian Smith did a great job as... more
Edinburgh Fringe Review 2019 – Eshaan Akbar,
For Muslim families a data sheet is a way of comparing eligibility for marriage, which includes economic status, qualifications and family heritage.On paper Eshaan Akbar is an excellent match. His... more
Edinburgh Fringe Review 2019 – Alfie Brown, Imagination, Monkey Barrel
Alfie Brown captured the imagination in Edinburgh last year with a particularly candid show that touched on his relationship with the mother of his children, performer Jessie Cave. It was even more... more
Edinburgh Fringe Review 2019 – Catherine Cohen, The Twist...? She's Gorgeous, Pleasance Courtyard
Pleasance Courtyard’s Beneath has some, but not all, of the atmosphere of Alan Cumming’s club, where Catherine Cohen performs regularly. But with high octane energy and an equally flammable shimmer... more
Edinburgh Fringe Review 2019 – Huge Davies, The Carpark
Davies plays a neat trick on his liberal arts festival audience.He is some kind of ethnic – but he won’t tell use what kind. So we know he’s Asian –but he variously claims to be Korean, Malaysian,... more
Janine Harouni comes from Staten Island, where everyone talks just like the Sopranos.At the heart of her autobiographical show is the relationship between Harouni and her Catholic, Trump supporting... more
Jonny Pelham was just eight years old when he was abused. He was raped, repeatedly, by a male babysitter who was a family friend.The comic has decided to make this the beginning of his show –... more
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