★★★★★ – Nicholson takes the mickey out of hetero-normative practices without being offensive, whilst offering cripplingly funny observations about society, queerness, and relationships
★★★★ - One part storytelling, two parts surreal nonsense
★★★★ – If silly hilarity, grown men in costumes and audience participation is your cup of tea, then look no further than Scotland!
★★★★ - a delightful hour travelling through the life and times of Tim Ferguson
★★★★ – Infectious in its energy, the terrific chemistry shared by Lees and Frost extends into the audience, warming up to a rolling boil by the end of the night.
★★★ – Buying tickets to Red Light Confidential is a role of the dice, but one that is loaded in your favour.
★★★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.
★★★★ – Brooks has an easy, calm stage presence, and lets rip like the drunk dude in KFC at 3am.
★★★ – Acid, strippers, and the importance of getting revenge on your dad aren’t exactly the most high-brow of topics, but it’s good, clean fun. Well, not clean.
★★★★ – if you are still a Late Show virgin, or just haven’t gone in a while, I would strongly recommend attending – unless you are easily offended.
★★★ – a delightful story about empathy, regret and reconciliation.
★★★★ – There have been plenty of cultural criticisms of the Disney movies, but Ellenbogen offers plenty of original takes and cleverly weaves in her unique personal experiences into the show.
★★★½ – Safran leads us through the complicated world of ideologues, bigots and identity politics
★★★½ – It's difficult not to warm to these giant goofballs. The sketches are tightly rehearsed, and the character transformations are well realised, but it's the over-commitment to each and every bit that really sells this show.
★★★ – everyone loves a good double entendre, right?
★★★★ – Brasier and Frew possess excellent on-stage chemistry, and consistently play off of each other's energy
★★★½ – Boys is a tightly-packed show, loaded to the brim with witty takes and clever observations, and Howlett covers off a dizzying number of topics in the sixty-minute timeslot.
★★★½ – a comedy show about being 'on the bubble' between psychosis and neurosis.
★★★½ – Tucker gives you licence to tap into your inner-most schmuck and laugh at someone else’s glorious failure.
★★★★ – George is a robot who wants to be a comedian, and Matt leads him through how to be funny. This leads to a rollicking ride as we hear their own personal tales.
★★★½ – a warm, funny, endearing little show that finds its feet because the central performance is so clever and engaging.
★★★ - a solid comedy show with added educational value – surely a worthwhile goal for any night at the Fringe.
★★★★½ – outrageous silly fun with an energized crowd showcasing some of the finest comedic talents at the Fringe.