The Cubicle (3 stars)

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This article is from 2009.

This energetically performed lav-based farce is more entertaining than any number of shows at major venues. Devised from graffiti found on the back of bog doors, it’s a riotous mix of comedy, dance and audience participation (the latter involving a pair of handcuffs). Part of the Free Fringe, it’s a welcome reminder of what the now heavily commercialised festival once was.

Laughing Horse @ The Counting House, 667 7533, until 30 Aug, 3.25pm, free.

This article is from 2009.

Cubicle - Free

  • 3 stars

Devised from people's thoughts scribbled on toilet doors, we see snippets of a selection of bizarre characters' obsessions, heartbreak and general crudeness. The piece is entirely collaborative and gives a new twist to the phrase 'toilet humour'.

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