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The decade in comedy

Mental health, sexism and watching stand-up through screens.

Tristram Fane Saunders, The Telegraph, 15th December 2019

Wild Bore, Soho Theatre, review

It's rare that I'm intimidated by a show. But as three bare bottoms on the edge of a trestle table ridicule the negative reviews the attached bodies have received, I can't help but feel vulnerable with my pen in hand and notebook on my lap.

The Play's The Thing UK, 25th November 2017

Review: Wild Bore at the Soho Theatre

Mischievously destabilises: Francesca Peschier reviews the show that gives critics stage fright.

Francesca Peschier, Exeunt Magazine, 25th November 2017

Wild Bore review

Wild Bore is an affectionate and gently satiric hour quoting and mocking extracts from negative reviews, mostly of the performers own shows.

Keith Mckenna, British Theatre Guide, 23rd November 2017

Meet the three comics taking on their critics

Wild Bore is described by its creators as "a playful riposte to critics", and it certainly made an impact at the Edinburgh Fringe this year. Its actors deliver much of the show while baring their bottoms to the audience and, perhaps unsurprisingly, it ran the gamut of one- to five-star reviews, as critics had fun with cheeky, bum-based puns.

Veronica Lee, The Telegraph, 21st November 2017

Fringesider #5: the Fringe through a feminist lense

Feminist theatre recommendations, performers from The Guilty Feminist podcast and comedy showcases with more than one female.

Rowena McIntosh, The List, 18th August 2017

An interview with Adrienne Truscott

Adrienne Truscott interview.

Mumble Comedy, 17th August 2017

Three To See on 17 Aug: Wild Bore, Hear Me Raw, Mental

Three recommended shows to see on Thursday 17 Aug...

ThreeWeeks, 16th August 2017