Reviews

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A Gay and a NonGay

'Award-winning podcast deserves its accolades'

The Wee Review

A Table Tennis Play

'The play is studded with moments of magic and unexpectedly, capsizingly moving narrative swerves – images that linger.'

The Stage

'A beautifully judged, brilliantly acted play about the passing and perception of time'

Fest Magazine

'Relationship tensions batted back and forth'

The Wee Review
The Sunday Times

A Wake in Progress

'moving, yet upbeat'

Three Weeks

'true to life, deeply thought out and well executed'

Get the Chance

Aaron Simmonds: Disabled Coconut

'a talented comedian who has the audience in the palm of his hand throughout.'

Broadway World
Metro

'A refreshing stand-up routine about the ridiculousness of everyday life'

The Wee Review

AJ Holmes: Yeah, but Not Right Now

'genuinely funny songs'

Mumble

'intriguing and relatable'

Radio Ha Ha

'a must-see for even the biggest musical theatre sceptics'

Edinburgh Festivals Magazine

America Is Hard to See

'this is theatre that can transform how we see the world.'

Fest Mag

'Beautifully staged and masterfully acted by the entire cast, this is a piece that will stay with you for a long time.'

Three Weeks

'ARRESTING AND UNMISSABLE'

Arthur's Seat

'The part of society people hate to admit exists like you’ve never seen them before on stage. '

Voice Magazine

'brave, bold, important work, delivered with ringing clarity and purpose, and as unsettling as it is compassionate.'

The List

'A verbatim piece of theatre, the subject matter is bleak, but everything else about the show is not. Simply stunning theatre.'

Everything Theatre

'There isn’t a weak link; the expertise and specificity in the room are astounding; this is wonderful theatre.'

Miro Magazine

'a transformative theatrical experience.'

A Younger Theatre

Andrew Maxwell: All Talk

'he is a seriously funny man with a lot to say and it is always an hour well spent in his company'

One4Review
The Scotsman
Edinburgh Evening News

'the punchlines are fantastically satisfying and worth the suspense'

Deadline News

Ange Lavoipierre: Final Form

'dark, energetic, chaotic and insane'

The Skinny

Anxiety Club

Art Heist

'leaves you grinning and scratching your head'

The Guardian

'A cleverly choreographed crime caper'

The Scotsman

'Wacky, weird and wonderful'

Three Weeks

'An enjoyable hour of original and well-conceived drama'

One 4 Review

Austentatious

'a fun, witty, improvised show which promises to entertain'

The Scottish Play

'the most fun imaginable'

The 730 Review
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Backbone

'absolutely incredible acrobatic skills.'

Three Weeks

'Backbone is a triumph.'

Miro Magazine

'unlike anything I have ever seen before'

The Voice

'an absolute masterclass" "don’t miss it'

Broadway Baby

'breathtaking show is full of harmony & natural synchrony'

Fringe Biscuit

'The wow! factor simply heads off the Richter Scale and superlatives feel weak at the knees.'

Edinburgh Festivals Magazine

'very impressive modern circus'

The List

'incredibly talented and physically explosive'

Theatre Weekly

'Expect Herculean toned bodies, cross-dressing, playfulness, and a commitment to working to exhaustion.'

Broadway World

'beast of a spectacle'

What's On Stage

BalletBoyz: Them/Us

'The finale is an absolute treat as two bare chested male dancers perform a duet that had me completely enthralled.'

One4Review

'The strength, talent and dedication of all the dancers are evident.'

The Scots Reviewer

' intense power'

Deadline News

'a stunningly sensual duet'

Fringe Biscuit

Basil Brush: Unleashed

'beaming from ear to ear as if she was a child again.'

Dark Chat

'We all need a bit of silly, fox-based make-believe in our lives'

Edinburgh Festivals Magazine

Basil Brush’s Family Fun Show

Sunday Mail

Bi-Cycle

'consistently heartfelt and amusing'

Culture Fix

'humorous, intense and at times heartbreaking.'

Broadway Baby

Bismillah! An ISIS Tragicomedy

Business Casual

The Scotsman

'a beautifully absurd hour of comedy.'

Radio HaHa
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Circa: Humans

'This is an edge-of-your-seat, breathtaking performance of dance, physical theatre and circus at it’s best.'

The Voice

'dizzying and spectacular'

Edinburgh Spotlight

'Fearlessly sculpted ... strength, precision, and honesty.'

Broadway Baby

Civilisation

'a thrilling piece of theatre'

The Guardian

Climb

'real depth of emotions'

Southside Advertiser

'a simply sublime hour of song'

Musical Theatre Review

Connie Wookey: Denied

'a feel-good show, excellently performed and engaging the audience throughout.'

Three Weeks

CONSPIRACY

'this is a brilliant theatrical brainteaser'

Fest Mag

'a fantastic piece of text'

Miro Magazine

Courtney Pauroso: Gutterplum

'A masterful coming-of-age story told through clowning and a couple’s relationship'

The Wee Review

'An intense, enthralling and fascinatingly uncomfortable exploration of the ageing of an American woman'

Broadway Baby

'rather endearing '

Fest Mag

Crystal Rasmussen presents The Bible 2 (Plus a Cure for Shame, Violence, Betrayal and Athlete’s Foot) Live!

'absorbing, optimistic and cathartic emotional journey.'

The Wee Reveiew

'Powerful and intimate celebration of femininity and self-love'

The List
The Scotsman

'A combination of comedy, quintessential camp fierceness, honesty, raw truth and pure love'

Get the Chance

CSI: Crime Scene Improvisation

'Must be the slickest and quickest improv at the Fringe'

The Wee Review
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Dan Soder: Son Of A Gary

Daniel Lobell: Tipping the Scales

'Brave and moving account of one man’s struggle has us eating out of his hands'

The Wee Review

Daniel Nils Roberts: The History of the World in 1 Hour

Danny MacAskill’s Drop and Roll Live

'There is so much energy from the host and performers and its a complete spectacle to watch.'

Broadway World

'A stunt-packed performance'

The Wee Review
Sunday Mail

'Jaw-dropping skill'

The List

Danny O’ Brien: Reformer

Detour: A Show About Changing Your Mind

'Life-affirming show from engaging ex-academic'

The List

'inspirational and powerful'

Mumble Theatre

Do Our Best

'immense piece of new writing '

Broadway World

'Do Our Best is a masterpiece'

Broadway Baby

'absolutely brilliant.'

The Stage

'a moving account of grief and one woman’s search for belonging. '

A Younger Theatre

'Beasley is a performer to be reckoned with'

Get The Chance

'a powerful study of grief'

The Scotsman

'Do Our Best is a precious piece that will seep into your soul and deep into your funny bones.'

Edinburgh Festivals Magazine

Don’t Bother

' It's deep, characterful, full of colour and subtlety.'

Broadway Baby

Don’t Mess with the Dummies

'They run amok, amazing the audience with acrobatic daring, air flips and brute strength.'

The Wee Review

'The Australian Dummies Corp. is onto another winner'

One4Review

'Comedy capers with incredible stunts'

The List

'genuinely fantastic....The kids loved it.'

Richard Herring

'It is impossible to watch Dummy Corp acts without a smile on your face.'

Edinburgh49

Double Denim: Adventure Show

'they are a tremendously slick double act'

Three Weeks

Dreamgun: Film Reads

'A fun hour with blockbuster movie scripts being shaken and stirred'

The List

'Dreamgun's Film Reads is an absolute wonder. A strong script performed expertly.'

Broadway World

'Quality pastiche that never slides into indulgence'

Fest Mag
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Electric

'high-quality, near perfectly-paced script.'

Fringe Biscuit

'It’s near on impossible not to smile and laugh at the festival antics of our two girls.'

Everything Theatre

'Electric is, well, just that - electric.'

Broadway Baby

'completely blown away by this funny and sweet piece of theatre'

Broadway World

Eli Matthewson – An Inconvenient Poof

Emmy Blotnick: Party Nights

'an hour of brilliant, side-splitting stand up.'

Ed Fest Magazine

'Pop culture-laden standup is witty, cool, and charming.'

The Wee Reveiew

' candid, gimmick-free stand-up '

The Skinny

'just naturally, hilariously funny'

Fresh Air

'very funny show'

Funny Woman

Erth’s Dinosaur Zoo

'absolutely incredible, so lifelike'

Koolyst

'65million stars out of five because that’s how long Dinosaurs have been extinct.'

Deadline

'both the dramatic and educational potential of the show has been crafted to such a degree that everyone should take something from it.'

The List
Sunday Mail

'Children of all ages will love this show "joy to see"'

Edinburgh Reporter
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F. Off

'Dynamic, funny, challenging, irreverent and a perfect showcase for the NYT talent.'

UK Theatre Web

'both funny and emotional and is exceptionally written to boot.'

Ed Fest Mag

'impressive'

British Theatre Guide
The Times

'I can’t wait to see what this bunch of budding actors goes on to do next.'

The Spy In The Stalls
The Daily Record

Fags, Mags and Bags

'A great performance.'

Daily Business Magazine

'Some brilliant jokes and a performance that had the audience in stitches.'

Scottish Field

Filament

'Enjoyable and uplifting'

Scottish Field

'powers along strongly with barely a pause'

Broadway Baby

'entertaining, dramatic circus'

The Wee Review

'Ecstatic - the cast of Filament manage to weave a complex and insightful narrative about the tumbles we all take as we grow.'

Young Perspective

'a unique, very modern theatrical circus production. '

One4Review

'Sparkling in tenderly sweet moments, Filament is a dazzling and pleasant piece!'

Edinburgh Festivals Magazine

Foil Arms And Hog - Swines

'You’ll laugh, you’ll cheer, you’ll wonder where they’ve taken your bag.'

Broadway Baby

'original and hilarious as ever'

Playing Age 25

'A tremendously talented bunch who made hard comedy look easy.'

Edinburgh 49

'Slick, side-splitting sketch comedy from accomplished Irish trio'

The Wee Review

Four Woke Baes

'Cynical and raw, hilarious and squirm-inducing,'

Binge Fringe
The Scotsman

'a clever, awkward and incredibly tense comedy'

The Spy in the Stalls

'entertaining dark comedy '

What's On Stage

Fulfilment

'essential viewing for this Fringe. '

Ed Festival Magazine

'Do you want to feel theatrically fulfilled? Then you should go see Fulfilment'

Binge Fringe

'Fulfilment asks us to consider the human cost of our Amazon addiction.'

The Scotsman

'this is a story that everybody should be talking about.'

A Younger Theatre
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Gareth Waugh: Just Me…?!

Garry Starr Conquers Troy

'If you like theatre, Greek mythology, or just laughing in general then go and see him. You’ll be in for a treat.'

Broadway Baby

'A chaotic evening of acting lessons'

Fest Mag

'an hour you won't want to end.'

The List

Gobby

'wild and enlightening'

Feminist Fringe

'Irvine proves she is both an exceptional writer and natural-born performer, neatly packaged in an emerald jumpsuit.'

Broadway Baby
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Harry and Chris: This One’s for the Aliens

'a crisp, clean, engaging, entertaining but most importantly, a funny show.'

Chortle

'One thing’s for sure, with Harry and Chris at the helm this planet is in safe hands'

Broadway Baby

'It’s impossible not to like this pair'

The Up and Coming

Harry Baker: I Am 10,000

'Does exactly what it says on the label, and it does it better than you can possibly envision.'

Broadway Baby

Heroes

'Great family fun.'

Scottish Field

Hotel Paradiso

'a fun and entertaining show for the whole family from children to grandparents, there’s something for everyone.'

One4Review

'Innovative and extraordinary, this circus can only become even greater'

The Wee Review

HOTTER

'fiercely funny and truly honest'

Theatre Weekly

'It's a bit juicy, and very moving.'

Broadway World

'whole audience crying and dancing in the space of five minutes '

Edinburgh Festivals Magazine

'playful yet thought-provoking '

Three Weeks

'an exquisite performance of love, fear, sadness and humour.'

Broadway Baby

How to Save a Life

'I find myself in a snotty, painful and wet mess, wishing this had not happened to Melissa... This is one of the best productions at this year's Fringe - a must see!'

Get The Chance

Hyde and Seek

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I Wish My Life Were Like A Musical

'Buckle up, it’s showtime.'

Broadway Baby

'a fantastic showcase of comedic, but exceptionally well-written songs'

Theatre Weekly

'there is so much to enjoy in this superb show.'

British Theatre Guide

'A wry, witty look at musicals from the understudies of your favourite stars'

Fest Magazine

'plenty of laughs'

West End Wilma

'A witty, heart-warming and energetic production.'

London Theatre 1

Ian Smith: Half-Life

'an archetypical Fringe performer with an atypical wit, and well worth your time. '

Edinburgh 49

'Genuinely clever and honest, scrabble-themed comedy delivered with an infectious intensity.'

Fringe Biscuit

'he whole show is good, angry fun.'

Three Weeks

It’s True, It’s True, It’s True

'A deliriously engaging hour that combines essential social commentary, historical document, and top-notch courtroom drama.'

Edinburgh49

IvankaPlay

'Well worth an hour of your time'

One4Review

'Hauntingly precise and deftly creative Trump satire'

The List

'Grim current events only serve to make this play ever more relevant.'

Three Weeks

Izzy Mant: Polite Club

'imaginative, energetic, and simply good fun.'

Fresh Air
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Jack Tucker: Comedy Standup Hour

'the most riduculous hours ever, you leave the theatre buzzed, light-headed and jaw dropped. '

Radio Ha Ha!

'strap in for the ride, and it’s a raucously hilarious 60 minutes.'

Chortle

' actually snorting with laughter,'

The Voice Mag

'a hugely entertaining spectacle'

Fest Magazine

'an unforgettable Fringe experience.'

Entertainment Focus

James Barr: Thirst Trap

'It's funny, it's filthy, it's relatable and relevant '

Broadway World

'it’s brilliant'

Deadline News

Joe Bor: The Story of Walter and Herbert

'a fantastic and entertaining job of preserving this small slice of important history. '

Mumble

'informative, entertaining, moving and joyous.'

Dark Chat

'An intriguing and ultimately uplifting production.'

London Theatre1

Jon Long: Planet-Killing Machine

'sing, laugh and leave wanting to do your part. '

The Voice

Just Desserts

'a charming, sensual and delicious cabaret that offers some food for thought and makes for the perfect late-night treat'

The List
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Kevin McGahern: Taking Off

'Consummate stand-up from a comic whose show is full of treats'

The List

Kombini

'real heart'

Broadway Baby

'It's a privilege to spend time with this adorable twosome.'

The Scotsman

'A heart as big as its laughs, Kombini is a beautiful piece of clowning.'

The Wee Review
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Langston Kerman: The Loose Cannon

'original and delicate material with humour and skill.'

The Skinny

Le Coup

'This is vaudeville circus at its finest'

Edinburgh Spotlight

'Edge of the seat stuff.'

Edinburgh Festival for Kids

Little Death Club

'Little Death Club's variety of sinfully delicious performances result in an outstanding evening of cabaret.'

Culture Fix

'The darkest, funniest and most debauched kabarett club this side of Berlin!'

The Scottish Sun

'A fantastic collection of misfits, Little Death Club brings chaotic cabaret to the masses'

Fest Magazine

'flawlessly powerful vocals which threaten to blow off any part of the circus hub roof'

Broadway Baby

'the ultimate late-night kick'

London Student

'A devilishly delicious decent into decadent debauchery'

Broadway World

'crazy, wonderful, anarchic punk production of cabaret.'

Scottish Field

'it is obvious that here is a slick and consummate professional'

Southside Advertiser

'the pace, skill and spectacle of this show are world class.'

Edinburgh Festivals Magazine

Liza Treyger: In The Weeds

'an ideal slice of seedy late-night comedy, with attitude to spare and a keen self-aware wit. '

Chortle.co.uk

'The jokes rain down thick and fast'

Jewish Renaissance

'Self-deprecating and well-judged approaches to tricky topics'

The List

Lobster

'Lobster is a brilliant hour of comedy, go see it!'

West End Wilma

'This thoughtful play perfectly balances belly-laughs with social commentary'

British Theatre Guide

'well performed one-woman show'

The Wee Review

'Bridget Jones meets Online Dating'

The List

Lovecraft (Not the Sex Shop in Cardiff)

Lucy Farrett: Lois

'an hour well-spent and an achey face set in a smile.'

Broadway Baby

Lucy Frederick: Famtastic

'There are plenty of laugh out loud moments'

One4Review
M

M.E.H

'Intellectual and hilarious feminist histories'

The List

Magical Bones: Black Magic

Manual Cinema’s Frankenstein

'an unforgettable experience'

Edinburgh Festivals Magazine

'A truly five star production'

The Edinburgh Fringe.com

'Manual Cinema has brought life to a truly miraculous creation.'

Theatre Box

'Love, loss, and creation merge in unexpected ways in this thrilling classic gothic tale conceived by Manual Cinema.'

The Edinburgh Reporter

'truly unique'

Southside Advertiser

'it is a magical experience.'

The Scotsman

'captivating'

Everything Theatre

'a truly marvellous experience'

The Scottish Play

'truly impressive'

Corr Blimey

'one of the highlights of this year’s Fringe'

Radio Summerhall

Marlon Davis: Emotional Black Male

'It’s a wild ride, heartfelt and honest. '

Three Weeks

Mat Ricardo’s Varieties

'A strong contender for the most talented man in this festival'

Broadway Baby

Matt Price: Broken Hooters and Geezers with Shooters

Micky P Kerr: Kerr in the Community

'a very enjoyable entertaining hour of comedy, music, and a little dance. '

One4Review

Mitch Benn: Ten Songs to Save the World

Monsoon Season

'it leaves the audience wanting more '

The List

'deeply dark humor'

The Mumble

'There's not a wasted moment'

Broadway Baby

Mr. Men and Little Miss On Stage

'Sweet, gentle storytelling, very well done.'

The List

Myra DuBois: Dead Funny

'Dead Funny is the best show at this year's Fringe.'

Broadway Baby

'It seems there is nothing this woman cannot do'

The Skinny

' a must-see hour drag this fringe.'

West End Wilma

'razor sharp, a comic assassin, delivering acerbic wit in her outrageous gags and brutally amusing audience interaction. '

Culture Fix
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NewsRevue

'If television news programmes were all like this we’d be a much happier nation!'

Deadline News

'I can’t rave about NewsRevue enough.'

MyFairTheatreGoer

'Fast-paced political satire, polished with a high degree of musical theatre and jazz hands'

Broadway Baby

'fast paced, well-choreographed and a joy to watch'

North West End

'an impressive mix of satire, music and comedy.'

On the Beat
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Obsolete

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Paradise Lodge

'Musical tales from the group home'

The List
The Scotsman

'a funny, poignant and worthwhile delivery of an old message.'

Broadway Baby

'A delightful and poignant production.'

London Theatre 1

'heart-warming experience.'

North West End

Paul Foot: Baby Strikes Back!

'thunderous laughter'

The Student Newspaper

Piano_Play

One4Review

'The story of one mans relationship with music'

The Scotsman

'For a play with so many laughs in it, the resonant silence it leaves in its wake is surprisingly powerful. '

Three Weeks

'For a one-hander about love, you can’t go far wrong with this simple, gentle play'

Broadway Baby
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Rachel Creeger – Hinayni!

Rachel Fairburn: The People’s Princess

'a breath of fresh air '

One4Review

Rhys Nicholson – Nice People Nice Things Nice Situations

'caustic wit and talent for storytelling leave you hanging on his every word. '

Three Weeks

'An absolute must watch.'

Voice Magazine

'He is simply unmissable'

Young Perspective

'A razor-sharp, blisteringly funny set'

Fringe Biscuit

'You can’t take your eyes off him'

The Scotsman

'stage presence in spades ...achingly funny'

One4Review

'comedy masterclass, insightful and intelligent ; Exquisitely hilarious from start to finish.'

London Theatre 1

'It’s a no-brainer, this is a must-see show.'

Edinburgh Festivals Magazine

Rhys Nicholson – Nice People Nice Things Nice Situations

'I honestly think I could listen to him read out a shopping list and would find it entertaining.'

Three Weeks

'You can’t take your eyes off him.'

The Scotsman

'An absolute must watch'

The Voice Magazine

'Nicholson has stage presence in spades, his lovely, slightly bitchy, material is achingly funny, and he is what he is.'

One4Review

Ripped

'Powerful solo show about the devastating pressures on men in modern society'

The Wee Review

'a stellar performance that reaches the rare balance between humor and haunting agony.'

Broadway Baby

'Ripped is a dark, highly-emotive piece of theatre.'

Culture Fix

'powerful & haunting narrative. Don’t miss.'

Fringe Biscuit

'totally engrossing, effortlessly transforming'

Fest Mag

Robyn Perkins: Mating Selection

'This show is smart, engaging, fun and funny.'

Chortle

'Funny, genuine, & very clever.'

Fringe Biscuit

Rocket Girl

'It is a show that will charm all of the family.'

Ed Fest Magazine

Roisin Crowley Linton: Teenage Kicks

'relaxed, honest, raw'

Get The Chance

Rouge

'ouge will not only bring a blush to your cheeks, but a massive grin to your face'

Edinburgh Reporter

'Rouge redefines what circus is and should be'

The Wee Review

'Totally shameless and indulgent, I defy anyone not to gasp in shock and awe in equal measure'

Diva Magazine

'The strength, momentum and joy of each performer is truly stunning to watch.'

Edinburgh Festivals Magazine

'his troupe knows how to have a good time, and takes us with them.'

The Scotsman
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Saskia Preston: Ninety-Five

'A sparky, sarky and refreshing performance'

The Wee Review

Sex Shells

'A rampant and rambunctious hour of reverie'

Broadway Baby

Shakespearience

'A trio of plays by a talented trio of young actors – true theatrical storytelling at its finest'

The Wee Review

She Sells Sea Shells

'This was fringe theatre at its very best.'

One4Review

'I’d urge any parent with kids of an age and with time to spare to bring them to this show.'

Broadway Baby

'wholly entertaining, enthralling and even educational.'

British Theatre Guide
The Scotsman

'it is unforgettable.'

British Theatre

'fascinating'

Everything Theatre

Shit-Faced Shakespeare: Macbeth

'a laugh-a-minute parody with electric improv'

The Wee Review

'Rowdy and unpretentious, Shitfaced Shakespeare: Macbeth is a good laugh, even if you’re not a fan of Shakespeare.'

The Voice

'A perfect show to end the night'

Fringe Biscuit

Shit-Faced Showtime: Alice Through the Cocktail Glass

'brilliant, improvised and just so funny'

The Voice

Shlomo’s Beatbox Adventure for Kids

'Shlomo taught me and my dad how to be superstar beatboxers AND how to get worldwide free chips! SUPER MEGA AWESOME! '

Deadline News - Gus (aged 6)

'this is a chance to fulfil a dream'

The List

Siblings: The Siblinginging

Silent Disco Tours by Silent Adventures

SK Shlomo: Surrender

'wonderful beats and breaks he can produce orally are astounding'

The List

'A glorious and intimate insight into the life and skills of a truly world class act'

Broadway Baby

'the depth of his talent is revealed'

Snack Magazine

Son of Dyke

'toe curling hilarious one liners, that are designed to shock but tends to delight the audience.'

Theatre Review

'Son of Dyke is a tender, grounded show about grief.'

Broadway Baby

Spank!

'Spank! never lets us down – there’s no better way to wrap up a day at the Fringe than with this chaotic variety sweatbox of comedy!'

To Do List!

'Long may SPANK! reign'

Theatre Reviews

Splash Test Dummies

'You won’t see a funnier, more joyous, more riotous, or more uplifting show this Fringe'

Edinburgh 49

'super fantastically awesome'

Edinburgh Festivals for Kids

'Another fantastic show – we’ll be back to see you again next year.'

One4Review

'tremendously silly and ridiculously good fun. '

Three Weeks

'An amazingly gifted troupe'

Sunday Mail

Stevie Martin: Hot Content

Sunshine

'I’m six and this is the best show I’ve been to!'

Edinburgh Festival with Kids

'get yourself a good dose with these guys whatever the weather'

Three Weeks

'Imagine every possible thing that would make children howl with laughter - and then roll them into one show'

Edinburgh With Kids

Super Sunday

'a mind-blowing and jaw-dropping circus show'

Theatre Weekly

'If you see once circus show at the Edinburgh festival fringe this year, see Super Sunday and you won’t be disappointed!'

One4Review

'A mesmerising and ingenious spectacle'

Broadway World

'ridiculously funny - recklessly inventive'

Fest Magazine

'thrills, spills and the kind of humour that smacks you round the face with a fish'

The Wee Review

'pretty super no matter what day of the week it is'

Edinburgh Spotlight

'the ensemble’s sense of play really is beautiful.'

Ed Fest Magazine

'extremely exciting, shocking in their courage and stunts but ultimately a brilliant Circus show.'

Get The Chance

Superstar

'Going to see this show is an absolute no-brainer.'

Broadway Baby

'intimate and revelatory. Super, really.'

The Telegraph

'a very personal introspection about what it’s meant to Nicola to have a need to be accepted by all of her siblings, while standing in one giant shadow.'

Theatre Weekly
Daily Mail

Symphonic Ibiza

'Absolutely brilliant night out.'

One4Review

'one of the best nights I’ve spent at the Fringe.'

Theatre Weekly

'It is a party like no other, a totally unique experience and massive night out'

The Scottish Sun

'Be prepared to be dancing all night!'

The Student Newspaper
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The Amazing Bubble Man

'Fun family show is exciting and mesmerising'

The Wee Review

'you will have a bubbletastic time'

One4Review

The Durham Revue: Unnatural Disaster

'The high energy and fast paced sketch comedy show pushes all the right buttons for an appreciative audience.'

Theatre Weekly

'strongest student comedy performers at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe.'

Binge Fringe

The Grand Scheme of Things

'This is a raw and intense production delivered with a nakedness of emotion that you rarely find outside of the fringe.'

The Voice

'intense and powerful'

One4Review

The Slinks

'A playful, plotless pink stew of unfulfilled dreams'

The List

The Thinking Drinkers: Heroes of Hooch

'A lively, fun night out'

Broadway Baby

'great guys, great show'

UK Theatre Web

The Three Deaths of Ebony Black

'One of the best shows you will see at the Fringe this year'

The Voice

'Ridiculous yet compassionate'

The Skinny

'Outrageously creative and funny'

The Student

The Wrong Ffion Jones

'Entertaining, clever and inventive'

Within Her Words

Ticker

'unexpected twists that keep you guessing.'

Three Weeks

Tokyo Rose

'consistently fantastic'

The Voice

'Book as soon as you can. A must-see.'

Musical Theatre Review

'an intelligent, inventive new musical '

Fest Magazine

'Show-stoppingly talented'

Young Perspective

'Innovative music and choreography'

Musical Theatre Musings

'Tokyo Rose is a powerhouse of a production.'

A Younger Theatre

'Passionate performances'

British Theatre

'sending audiences out on a high, Tokyo Rose is a delight.'

Bouquets and Brickbats

'all female powerhouse ... truly astonishing.'

The Spy In The Stalls

'the production is slick, the design is flawless and the performances are even more powerful.'

Broadway Baby

Troy Hawke: Tiles of the Unexpected!

'Troye Hawke is a stand-up character comedian of the highest calibre.'

Edinburgh Festival Magazine

Troy Hawke: Tiles of the Unexpected!

Two Hearts: The Comeback Tour

'It was an hour of explosive joy!'

Diva Mag
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Unexpected Item in the Bagging Area

Unfortunate: The Untold Story of Ursula the Sea Witch

'The music is fantastically performed'

Deadline News

'Simple and stylish.'

Musical Theatre Review

'A tantalising and tentacle filled parody'

Broadway Baby

'their best work to date without a doubt'

Theatre Weekly

'will appeal to Disney fans and anyone with a sense of humour.'

Broadway World

'powerful voice and comedic one-liners'

The Student

'Fat Rascal does it again. This show is a true delight!!'

Within Her Words

'such good fun'

Mind the Blog
V

Viggo the Viking

'Get involved and embrace this unconventional Viking tale being told.'

Radio Ha Ha

'Improv, mime and storytelling merge for an hour of silly fun'

The List

VIKING

'charming adventure story about the power of friendship earned through bravery and kindness won our hearts.'

Deadline News

'This is wonderful, charming tale '

The Edinburgh Reporter

'a charming tale, acted with gusto and humour, that delighted the children and adults alike'

One4Review

'pure, simple and, quite frankly, beautiful storytelling. '

The 730 Review
W

Werewolf: Live

'it will leave you howling with laughter.'

Broadway World

When the Birds Come

The Scotsman

Whose Line Is It Anyway? Live At The Fringe

'and never heard of the show, you are in for a real treat.'

Deadline News

'we guarantee you won’t be disappointed.'

Scots Reviewer

'This show is just as good as it has always been and is such a joy to watch live.'

730 Review

'Witnessing this show live brings an extra element to the magic'

Broadway Baby

Wil Greenway: The Ocean After All

'you’ll be touched by his gentle wit and enthralling persona. '

London Theatre 1

'His stories sit within stories within stories.'

The Stage

Will Adamsdale: Facetime

Woman! Pilot! Pirate?

'tender, genuine and heartbreaking'

Miro Magazine
Y

You and I: A New Musical

'it truly is a beautiful mix of soulful folk and near-future technology'

Three Weeks

'It is unashamedly camp and silly while also earnest and touching.'

Broadway Baby

'a show destined for greater things.'

Miros Magazine

YUCK Circus

'a surreal send-up: Flight of the Conchords meets Cirque du Soleil'

The Stage

'strength and agility amid the comedy'

The List

'The obligatory aerial section is the hands-down standout, though with excellent choreography and a great sense of humour, the hour never lags.'

Three Weeks

'Loved it, brash, bold and beautiful!'

UK Theatre Web

'feel really empowered by these unapologetic and fierce women.'

Get the Chance