“How the fuck do you colour in a Dalmation?”
What’s most impressive about the show is Callan’s stamina. The man can actually pole dance. Legit. This is physical comedy, dancing steadily for over an hour, interspersed with shtick on the history of various choreography.
This show is creative, naughty and one not to be missed by anyone who is a fan of Game of Thrones.
You know right from the start that it will be an epic, raucous, and always fun night.
Audiences who trickled in for last night’s “Cheap Tuesday” offer of ‘Best of the Edinburgh Fest’, received a performance that was anything but cheap or second-rate.
These guys can sing! It is absolutely refreshing to see young musicians being able to truly show off their capabilities and vocal strengths without relying purely on electronic amplification. Bravo, encore!
Basically, they’re everything you need from a night out.
Why would someone not come see your show? Because dogs were chasing their loved ones in the woods.
Throughout the hour, the Lords of Strut treat the audience to a comedic medley of exaggerated facial expressions, mild acrobatics, drag and partial nudity.
Trygve Wakenshaw is but a dream.
Discussing topics from dating to (poker-playing) ghosts to (drawer-inhabiting) murderers, McGregor does more than just make fun of himself for the errors of his fight-or-flight response – he creates a safe space for a frank discussion of social discomfort.
If you’re on a hens’ night, a boys’ night or a guilty-pleasures night, the Naked Magicians will certainly entertain.
Like Avatar or Inception, Pacquola’s show will make more sense while you’re there than it does afterwards; unlike Avatar or Inception, you’ll leave with a newfound appreciation for the storage of healing crystals in one’s bra.
Absurd, tension-filled wordplay by a cool dude with a hot butt.
With some thirty plus circus shows on offer at this year’s Fringe, it can be a daunting task choosing which to go and see.