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.
Let’s All Dance’s offering at this year’s Fringe is a near-perfect dose of entertainment for younger children.
Raymond Mearns, Susie McCabe and Mark Nelson acquit themselves well, but the evening belongs to the exceptional Bec Hill, a comic of rare skill and competence.
Reliable curmudgeon Jimmy McGhie tops the bill at the Festival Theatre’s monthly comedy club.