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Review: Eddie Izzard--The Remix Tour ***

Michael Cox reviews the acclaimed performers latest tour.

Review: Dear Billy--A Love Letter to the Big Yin ****

Michael Cox reviews the 'terrific' celebration of Billy Connolly.

Festival Review: Pan Breid ****

Scott Purvis reviews a 'tight, fast-paced play' filled with hilarious characters.

Review: An Evening of Eric & Ern *****

Jo Turbitt reviews a production that did more than just bring her laughter.

Festival Review: Ad Libido ****

Michael Cox reviews a production that's very funny but also has a lot of emotional truth.

Theatre Review: You Only Live Forever ****

Michael Cox reviews a production that 'proves irresistible'.

Festival Review: A Different Party ***

Ashling Findlay-Carroll reviews a funny production that's missing a spark.

Festival Review: Laughing Stock ****

Ashling Findlay-Carroll reviews a 'fast paced, slick, energetic' performance.

Festival Review: Josh Glanc--Manful ***

Ashling Findlay-Carroll reviews a 'heart-warming and hilarious' production.

Festival Review: Limmy--That's Your Lot: The Book Tour *****

Jo Turbitt reviews a 'pure dead brilliant' show.

Festival Feature: Ryan Lane & Elf Lyons

Ashling Findlay-Carroll speaks with the creators of Hilda & the Spectrum.

Festival Review: Hot Gay Time Machine ****

Ashling Findlay-Carroll reviews a production with 'unashamedly camp frivolity' but also has real heart.

Festival Review: Red Bastard--Lie with Me ****

Ashling Findlay-Carroll reviews a performance that's 'deliciously rude and playfully taboo'.

Festival Review: Chapshtick ***

Ashling Findlay-Carroll reviews a hit-or-miss production.

Review: Still Game Live 2--Bon Voyage ****

Michael Cox reviews 'a big treat from the start'.

Festival Reviews: Shakespearean Influences

Michael Cox reviews Shit-Faced Shakespeare and William Shakespeare's Long Lost First Play (abridged).

Festival Reviews: Pleasance & Assembly

Michael Cox reviews Early Doors, NewsRevue and 24 Hours with Mary Lynn Rajskub.

Music Review: Frisky & Mannish--Just Too Much ****

Lorna Irvine reviews a performance that is 'decadent, endearing and more fun than is possibly decent'.

Gary's Adventure in Punderland

Ahead of his latest Champipunship on 11th July at 02 ABC, Lorna Irvine asks theatre maker, writer and actor Gary McNair to let us into his Punderland.

Power Up!

Lorna Irvine speaks with Kenny Boyle about an upcoming challenge.

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