Fierce in language and fearless in subject matter, Rikki Beadle-Blair’s shocking and courageous comedy Gutted is a landmark in his writing.
The improv comedy troupe that turn your random suggestions into full-on, belly laugh goodness.
Sondheim’s one-time flop is revived with stunning clarity and class by a wonderful cast.
Don’t go expecting ‘Father Ted’ but there’s a rich seam of comedy in Conor McPherson’s play The Weir.
An incredible movement style, but low lighting and excessive volume make it hard to appreciate.
Mozart’s last singspiel offers a heady and unusual blend of magic, morality and masonry, not to mention a giant serpent and flying wheelbarrow.
Foot-stamping fun in this adaptation of the Oscar-winning film.
Kafka’s ‘In The Penal Colony’ reimagined by resourceful troupe Fourth Monkey at Trinity Buoy Wharf.
Apartheid’s legacy is brutally exposed in a South African kitchen.
You’ll be roaring and whooping and standing ovationing your tits clean off.
This Fringe First winner is a laugh-a-minute lark, cleverly combining prose and poetry, rhythm and rhyme…