Pleasance Courtyard (Venue 33)
Monday 8th August, 13.00
It is no secret to Darkchat that Briony Redman is a talented performer and writer, for we have fond memories of being blown
away by ‘Farce Noir: The Big Sheep’ 3 years ago, and have been left salivating for more ever since. Thankfully for us, and for
you also if you shake a leg and buy some tickets before the end of the Fringe, she’s back, but was she worth waiting for?
Thankfully we can keep it to ourselves no longer; yes, she most certainly was. This one-woman sketch comedy show is as
good as anything you can catch at the Fringe, for so many reasons.
The material is of high quality, with a wide array of delicious one-liners and puns; she charmingly engages in audience
participation, getting several people involved but always checking first if they are comfortable (thanks to an intriguing sticker
system); and there’s just enough silliness to get you guffawing with laughter on several occasions. With not even the slightest
hint of a low, we left fully satisfied, praying only that it would not take another 3 years for our next dosage of Redman.
Hopefully the worst kept secret at the Fringe.