Recent accident means Fringe comeback is heavy on trauma, light on laughs.
Ambitious and circuitous set involving the secret life of surgeons, the evolution of pyjamas and an unquenchable desire to be an astronaut.
Mor substitutes bonhomie and the occasional slur for a conventional set
Dissection of a confusing modern landscape with grace and bewilderment.
Engaging performer interprets her life’s journey through the eyes of her younger self.
A little confusing but with undeniable technical accomplishment
Material fails to capture the attention of a confused and awkward room.
Audience responds passionately to political diatribe with mental health overtones.
A keen eye for the absurd and an undeniable gift for joke-crafting.
Kissajukian meets the expectations of an eager yet cramped crowd.
Davies mines his life’s most painful moment to stellar comedic effect.
Duo unite to showcase new material in amongst established bits with pleasing results.
First-timer multi-tasks with varying results and a lack of material.
Slayer promises his dad will accompany him on stage at his next gig… I believe him.
Comedian records the magic of a show where audience participation is welcomed and encouraged.
Uneven set gets right-leaning comic off to a shaky start to the Fringe