Charming wordsmith can’t be derailed by weak-bladdered punters
Surprisingly subtle work from skilled long-form improvisers
Absurdist sketch comedy from real-life sisters is undeniably funny if a little self-indulgent at times.
Well-crafted jokes, sometimes hindered by an awkward central concept.
Hour of family-friendly fun to put a smile on even the grumpiest face
Likeable and skilled comic steers clear of anything too hard-hitting in this safe show.
An inconsistent show that’s still trying to find its feet.
A loving, if occasionally patchy, improv pastiche.
A stand-up show about pelvic health that’s so educational it gives a CPD credit.
Ridiculous character vignettes build to clever denouement in first rate surrealist hour.
Audience participation is the dish of the day in this well-executed hour of fun.
Smart and witty piece of new writing about a future-defining national vote. No, not that one.
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A stand-up show that’s all heart (plus one kidney).
Anarchic and confrontational comedian is an undiscovered treasure.
Sacrificing donkeys to the god of comedy.
A stoic if reliable hour of daftness.
The best show of his career.
A solid but unadventurous hour
Genuinely fascinating examination of the human brain
Esoteric, experimental show, bolstered by some genuinely strong traditional observational gags.
A concept in search of a justification.
A cleverly-structured show, leading to an excellent payoff.
Wilfully shambolic comedian tells of love and death.