[Rating:3/5] Shakespeare's ladies take centre stage in a clever musical that captivates yet feels unfinished.
[Rating:2/5] Sy Thomas tries his hardest to put the audience off through his own self-effacing attitude, but there is a talented comedian beneath the dull material.
[Rating:2/5] Ian Macpherson takes us on a tour of his imaginary home life in a show that is undoubtedly clever, but way too pleased with itself.
[Rating:4/5] An hour of surreal, irresistible madness in the company of Nicole Henriksen and her cast of characters.
[Rating:3/5] Mr Susie has one hour to save cabaret, but hasn't a clue what cabaret is. Energetic and charming tour through music, magic, song and dance.
[Rating:5/5] Pip Utton dons the guise of the Iron Lady to answer the questions you always wanted to ask in an exhilarating, ambitious production.
[Rating:5/5] Female physical comedy duo update classic silent clowning with multimedia invention in a perfect show for all ages.
[Rating:4/5] A show that does exactly as it says on the tin. This is pure unadulterated Simon Munnery, doing what he does best.
[Rating:5/5] The Leveson Inquiry meets the New Testament as Matthew, Mark, Luke and John are summoned to defend their versions of events in the Gospels.
[Rating:4/5] Rosie Revan and Alice Fennell make their Fringe debut with a fast-paced multimedia-savvy sketch show, Fan Club