Rather predictable, unengaging stand-up
Superb comedic style slightly let down by length of set
Competent standup which arguably tries too hard to be dark
A charming if slightly insipid love letter to Rabbie Burns.
Excellent, if unspectacular, stand-up
Skilful gag-smith examines the camaraderie of comedy in a true masterclass.
A bewildering display of artifice focusing on the thin line between laughter and grief.
A well-structured and sensitive look at history and identity.
Tedious, over-long, unfocussed, dull and largely impenetrable production from National Theatre of Scotland
Touring Scotland this month, Vent is a dazzling, nightmarish quasi-dystopian examination of mental health issues.
This ambitious collaboration of the Citizens Theatre’s drama groups culminates in a highly satisfying mix of drama, nostalgia and the supernatural.
Skilful, personal and pitch perfect stand-up
Professional and nostalgic comedy
Comedy more serious than uproarious
Muddled stand-up lost to technology
Superbly comedic look at cinema with a personal touch
Great magic skills but slightly off comic style
Feel-good yet untaxing coming out drama
Compelling, harsh and engrossing look at violence with no easy answers.
Visually ravishing stop motion animation with perhaps too much imagination.
Poignant and insightful examination of human nature by Leyla Josephine
Messy, unengaging work from a dedicated performer
Serviceable version of murder pact drama made famous by Hitchcock
Energetic yet mixed sketch show