“There are jokes here for little ones, medium ones and big ones and it’s a joy to hear giggles coming from different age groups between the big laughs for everyone.” 5 stars
“King Rodolfo is taking over the Queen Dome at the Pleasance this year and it’s a marvel to behold. Since his last Fringe incarnation as a priest in 2019, Ciarán Dowd’s dazzling character has become a high-handed monarch, but how did he become king? Can he take his power to new heights? What’s his morning routine? All our questions are answered with a mix of bravado, beautifully spoken nonsense, and cheeky asides from this Spanish(-ish) lord among men.” 4 stars
“He unfolds stories, experiences, commentaries and one great joke after another on universal themes from parents and growing up to early dates and long-term relationships” 5 stars
“Comedy at the Fringe is all about freedom to be original, fun, daft and brilliant and this bumper sketch adventure has it all” 4.5 stars
“A reviewer called me formidable which is funny cause I think I was just really tired”
“Comedy is great for giving people a direction in which to point their laughs so they don’t look unwell”
Comedy can diffuse many tricky situations… although Downing Street is the best comedy soap on telly at the moment
It’s been three whole years since a full Edinburgh Fringe and we’re getting the zoomies just thinking about it! We’ve got a right old mix of classics and new favourites.
The Minions are the funniest little fellas, they get up to all sorts, always getting mixed up in some shenanigans.
I could see the front row burst into laughter, huge laughs continues all the way through at every punchlines I’ve written. Some are crying as laughing too hard