All the Edinburgh is Funny reviews so far, in one handy segment ...
Stewart Lee's Edinburgh show is ambitious and barbed, writes Jay Richardson.
Reginald D Hunter's latest offering doesn't have the same insight of clever phraseology of his previous shows, writes a disappointed Julian Hall.
Some deft story-telling and an eye for winning absurdity makes Paul Sinha's Extreme Anti-White Vitriol a joy, writes Ben Clover.
Josh Howie's Gran Slam is at times virtuosic, but something's not quite right, says Paul Fleckney.
For every Jason the Very Rich Tiger there's a woman who lives in a shoe, finds Jay Richardson in his evaluation of Holly Burn's oddball offering, Living and Dying.