Edinburgh Fringe 2000 (59)
Edinburgh Fringe 2001 (316)
Edinburgh Fringe 2002 (354)
Edinburgh Fringe 2003 (376)Edinburgh Fringe 2004 (422)
Edinburgh Fringe 2005 (415)
Edinburgh Fringe 2006 (547)
Edinburgh Fringe 2007 (668)
Edinburgh Fringe 2008 (733)
Edinburgh Fringe 2009 (773)
Edinburgh Fringe 2010 (927)
Edinburgh Fringe 2011 (963)
Edinburgh Fringe 2012 (1022)
Edinburgh Fringe 2013 (650)
Melbourne 2005 (26)
Melbourne 2006 (29)
Melbourne 2007 (31)
Melbourne 2008 (36)
Melbourne 2009 (36)
Melbourne 2010 (56)
Melbourne 2011 (36)
Melbourne 2012 (46)
Melbourne 2013 (57)
Misc live shows (199)
Montreal 2004 (6)
Montreal 2006 (10)
Montreal 2007 (15)
Montreal 2008 (17)
Montreal 2009 (17)
West End run (14)
See Less »
La Clique - A Sideshow Burlesque
Late 'n' Live
Late Night Drop-Ins
Laurence and Gus: A History of the World in 5 1/2
Lawrence Leung: Skeptic
Lee Hurst and Sean Meo
Lenny Henry: So Much Things To Say
Let The Lord Come Inside You
Literary Cannon Fodder
Live (Original) Floorshow - Live!
Live Ghost Hunt
Live! At The Mausoleum: The Experts of Wrong
Lizzie Roper: Through My Keyhole
Looking For Love
Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of Celebrity
Lucy Porter: Live At The Underbelly
Show type: Edinburgh Fringe 2003
Live Ghost Hunt
A paranormal phenomenon not to be missed.
Deep in the bowels of the Pleasance, lurks not one, but two, restless spirits, whose chilling, otherworldly activities will be documented in this highly dangerous experiment in parapsychology.
Will they bollocks. It's just the two less famous members of Club Seals mucking about... and great fun it is, too.
Dan Tetsel and Danny Robins play the deadly serious ghost hunter Edwin Griffiths and the camp clairvoyant Maurice Smyth who, along with an (expendable) teenage Goth recruited for the occasion, set out to monitor paranormal activities and contact the other side.
It's all hammed up wonderfully, full of overblown melodrama with language-mangling metaphors peppering the often-sparkling script. Sometimes the gags they aim for tend towards the obvious, but it's all part of the driving urge to keep the jokes coming.
As talented actors, they playfully string the audience along, too, until, despite yourself, you start to care about the ridiculous plot. A couple of ideas don't quite come off, but then there are so many of them, it seems churlish to complain.
It's relentlessly, irresistibly silly, wearing you down until your body is entered the high spirits: this is more fun than ectoplasm.
The production is classy, too, the effects of recreating poltergeist activity and summoning up the spirits of the dead crafted with loving attention.
Forget blind psychic Sharon Neill, this is where the best paranormal action is to be found this Fringe.
I thought that this was very funny and entertaining. It made me laugh and talk about it the next day to my friends because of the funny and rememberable jokes. I think this is something that the majority of normal people will enjoy.
This is terrible. Truly terrible. This show is so unoriginal and tedious that I felt that I had died and become a ghost whilst watching it.
I really enjoyed this - some very smart gags and a couple of good shocks. Very nicely performed. Will work well on telly.
I thought it was entertaining fun. A lot better than I expected it to be. Unchallenging but very enjoyable.
This is an utter, utter shame. Why two grown adults imagine that they can charge money for something that would do well to raise a smile from a red setter is completely beyond me. It's insulting to everyone's intelligence and taste. As I say, a shame.