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Welcome to the Voicebox for Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016!
A fresh take on the cliches of Chinese parenting, in a show that had plenty of great material, and a few wobbles
Knock knock, who's there? Damian's funny performance.
Robin dazzles us with humour
While poking fun at Paisley's picture-covered shops or highlighting the devastation the highland clearances caused Gaelic culture, Steel accurately debunks ancient theories and modern-day abominations.
Ellis impresses as he isn't afraid to make a fool of himself during his torturous downward-spiral as he makes a mockery of his own self-worth.
Very Charming humour
From a singing female impressionist to a drag queen a cappella group - it was the world-famous Edinburgh Fringe Festival of 2016. And I was there...
Check out Ellen's guide to making the most of Edinburgh while you are at the Fringe
Wendy Wason is quaintly charming and her talent clear, however appears to appeal more to the older demographic.
We announce, in no particular order, the best shows from our time at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016. The cream of the crop, only the best.
Sharing her hilarious experiences of life, Kiri Pritchard-McLean's riotous set covers new comedic ground with wit and unapologetically brutal honesty.
The mind-bending, astonishing ingenuity of Colin Cloud is back for another sell-out Fringe run.
Voice talks to dancer, choreographer, and Artistic Director of 201 Dance Company about Smother, his early inspirations, and how to enter the industry!
A fun, entertaining show that will enchant children and entertain adults.
A creatively madcap show with many hilarious moments...and the best Fringe performance I've seen this year
Fun for geeks and all
This brave and endearing newbie to comedy might not make you laugh out loud, but she's certainly inspiring.
Improvised comedy surrounding the story of one person's life
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