★★★★ - One part storytelling, two parts surreal nonsense
★★★★ - a delightful hour travelling through the life and times of Tim Ferguson
★★★½ - What it lacks in belly laughs, it makes up for by being bizarrely charming in the extreme.
★★★★ – With wicked banter, relatable stories, and a presence that fills the room, you’re guaranteed to walk out with a happy heart, a dose of science, and, if you’re single, potentially Perkins’ number.
★★★ - a solid comedy show with added educational value – surely a worthwhile goal for any night at the Fringe.
★★★½ - An hour of more song, dance, and innuendo than you can shake an oversized dildo at.
★★★★★ – few performers hold the total mastery and perfect comedic timing of this lot.
★★★★ – a powerful hour exploring the Catholic Church's history of abuse [and] the real people whose lives were impacted.
★★½ – Luke Morris delivers a show that has easy to understand science, on-stage experimentation, and a beautifully illustrated history of the Champagne region and the history of Dom Perignon.
While not a show about butts or donuts, Annie Louey's Butt Donut guides us down her personal memory lane to share anecdotes of her life, from near death experiences and scandallous family histories,
★★★★★ – Commando patients, angry grannies, frighteningly accurate accents, devastating Bollywood moves – the Doctor has something for everyone!
★★★½ – It's not the most polished show in the Fringe, but it has stolen my heart; it's funny, it's charming, it's got a real live chicken.
★★★★★ – While Origin of Species is overflowing with audience antics, hilarious songs, and endless delight, it also has a scientific level of legitimacy that genuinely pleases me.
★★★★½ – veraciously entertaining, and his eyebrow raises are to die for.
★★★ – This reviewer was left thoroughly charmed by an authentic portrayal of Twain; the accent, the pattern of speech, and the recitation of a wit and wisdom as relevant today as it was when Clements himself was alive.
Anyone who has, identifies with, is curious about, or just wants to get amongst a vulva, this is the late night party for you! All sequins, all singing, and all inclusive, The Fringe
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As someone who works in medicine but dreams of the spotlight, the return season of TRIAGE! A Nursing Cabaret hits a significant sweet spot for me. Zule (rhymes with Julie) Khan is a
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A Night at the Musicals brings together classics from stage and screen with glorious drag in an evening of comedic glory. Everything you thought about musical numbers will be challenged. I was kind
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