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‘Balance of talent and disaster’: Late’n’live review

Late’n’live has earned itself quite the reputation. A show that starts at 1am, a booze-soaked crowd are entertained by equally inebriated comics for four hours of chaos. Many a famous…

‘A mixed bag’: AAA Stand-up review

As with any show that is made up of multiple stand-up comedians, AAA Stand-up is quite a mixed bag. The majority of the jokes, provided by Sarah Iles, Will Hall…

‘A head-scratcher’: Anguis review

Anguis is difficult to get your head around. Sheila Atim’s first foray into playwriting consists of a desert-island-discs-type radio show/podcast, conducted with Cleopatra (Paksie Vernon). Except, in this version, the…

‘Gasp-worthy’: Backbone review

Circus performance and improvisation are not normally concepts that go hand-in-hand. Somehow, Backbone manages to pair them together in a show full of gasp-worthy moments, beautiful acrobatics and laughter. From…

‘Empowering, funny and full of life’: Ask a Stripper review

Ask A Stripper is a completely unique experience, and at a festival like the Fringe, that is no mean feat. Answering all and any questions the audience has ever had…

‘Well-honed humour’: The Brand-New, Full-Throated Adventures of Reginald D Hunter review

Reginald D Hunter has become known for both his stand-up and BBC panel show appearances. He delivers a show that is entertaining, and while a little close to the line,…

Let sleeping lizards lie and dream their sweet dreams

Sleep is a big part of human lives. A healthy night’s sleep is meant to be seven to nine hours per night, making up roughly one third of our 24-hour…

The 1975 push aesthetic boundaries with a stellar Glasgow performance

The 1975 have always been an aesthetically-conscious group. From the black and white style of The 1975 to the social media stunts and recolour release of I Like It When…