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Gilded Balloon

With signature grey-scale make-up and outrageous style Cazeleon cuts quite an unusual figure, even on the fringe cabaret stage. Meticulous contouring presents a mask-like...

You know what you’re getting with a Henry Naylor play by now. An authoritative voice, a well-researched story, an unapologetically political message, but a...

Libby McArthur draws on a true story from her own past, when she was arrested and sentenced to prison for non-payment of parking tickets,...

When Benny Hill died in 1992, his body lay undiscovered for two days. His career as a comedian had been over for some time,...

Tightly wound and shot through with an utterly surprising melancholy, Keir McAllister's tale of two men feuding over their right to relax and find...

Katie Reddin-Clancy‘s solo show Grace is less a play than a series of comedy sketches pegged to a muddled storyline. Alfie and Grace are a...

Stuck at the top of a stepladder, her little finger trapped in the hinge, Clare is about as disempowered as it is possible to...

To many visitors the Edinburgh Fringe is all about comedy, whether it be stand-up, improv, new wave or establishment. Eastlake Productions' Very Blue Peter...

The Debut scheme – a programme of four shows by first-time writers, jointly produced by BBC Arts and Avalon – is the oddity of...
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