Don’t Trust Salmon (2 stars)

Unfunny surrealism that falls short of Boosh-y aspirations


This article is from 2011.

Don’t Trust Salmon

Pretty much every year at the Fringe there’s a sketch troupe or a stand-up who attempts surreal comedy by simply stringing a series of random words together. The Mighty Boosh and the like may have made it look effortless but there’s an art to it and this lot sadly don’t get it right.

Zoo Roxy, 662 6892, until 29 Aug, 4pm, £8 (£6)

Don't Trust Salmon: Drivetime - Weather

This article is from 2011.

Don't Trust Salmon: Fin

  • 2 stars

After their first successful year playing to audiences in and around London, Don't Trust Salmon bring their sketch comedy to Scotland. Written and performed by Richard Cutayar (the beardy one), Paul Dunn (the baldy one), Bridget Lambert (the breasty one), and James Naylor (the shouty one), this sketch show is 'very…

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