HANNAH MIRSKY is charmed by this fantastically funny show which is clever without shoving it in your face.
TOMMY SHANE has had a crisis of faith in his previous reverence for the Footlights after this not-so-awe-inspiring pantomime.
TOMMY SHANE regrets that the writing wasn’t as good as the acting in this sketch show.
AMI JONES finds the simple things the funniest in the Footlight’s latest offering.
JAMES MACNAMARA is a red-blooded critic and he likes his poetry raw.
Some shows are prize turkeys. Some shows, like this one, just depict the buying of prize turkeys through the medium of well-handled character acting. In response, AMI JONES’ cup o’er runneth with cheer and bodily effusions.
KIERAN CORCORAN and CATHERINE AIREY find tragedy in the Greek classic, sadly not the moving kind of tragedy they were hoping for, more the tragedy of bad theatre.
The Smoker proves to be another mixed bag of potential for TADHGH BARWELL O’CONNOR, some of it fulfilled, some of it not.
TOBY PARKER REES is dreaming that he’s running.
TOBY PARKER REES can finally love again, thanks to Care of Douglas.
BEN BLYTH gets off on technicality. The first review from a publication not thanked in the programme.
JASON FORBES goes twice & on aggregate decides it’s ‘one of the most absurd, fun, original and anarchic performances of the Fringe’