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Last night, Matt Parker performed in front of a room two-thirds full of software engineers. This is most likely an issue of advertising (the whole maths meets comedy malarky), as the show Parker presents is […]
The Edinburgh double comedy award winner is back and he’s full of song, literally. Opening up with a musical ballad, it’s a surprising opening gambit, but winning one. Immediately you can sense there’s a small […]
Joz Norris is Dead…’ is as inventive as it is wonderfully obnoxious. Norris is riding the wave of absurdist/postmodern slapstick that seems to be slowly squeezing its way into the mainstream at the moment. However, […]
Luke Rollason ‘delivers’ one cracking opening for his show. It’s an early indication that we’re in the presence of someone who oozes creativity and invention, but also as it turns out, a sign of one […]
With her debut show, Jayne manages to undertake a deftly adept skewering of Brexit Britain and hyper masculinity in one fell swoop. As her character of professional body builder Brian. Edwards manages to carve a […]
About half way through Ali Brice’s performance I realised he may be labelled a rich man’s atom bomb: carefully planned with care to violently release a great chaos over an unexpected population, but in a […]