The sketches just keep coming in this buzzing, diverse show, which even features mini audio skits to fill the scene changes with instant comic gratification. The performers are well-drilled and confident, though there is some discrepancy in their skills; it is also true that some sketches are funnier than others and could have been extended, whilst others needed cutting down. Nonetheless, the variety of punning, absurdity and visual comedy is a real virtue, and each sketch feels fresh and inventive, covering topics from Alice In Sunderland to the socio-economic strife of Tetris blocks. Performed in an intimate space to a delighted audience, this show is fast-paced, silly and polished – a brilliant (and good value) way to while away a Fringe afternoon.
Zoo Roxy, 5 – 29 Aug (not 15), 4.00pm (4.50pm), £6.00 – £8.00, fpp68.
tw rating 4/5