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A Younger Theatre

“A wonderland of absurd sketches and characters, tied together with the thread of a wonderfully eccentric story.” *****

The Argus

"Pelican have earned a reputation on the Fringe scene for their madcap plotlines and carefully crafted physical theatre... They serve an ace with this breathless, hilarious tennis-themed show." *****

The List

“Edinburgh has witnessed some fantastic sketch comedy shows in recent years, and Pelican's The Cat Man Curse is up there with the best of them.” ****

Bouquets & Brickbats

"Endlessly inventive and laugh out-loud-funny throughout, this is the kind of show that could easily spawn a hit television series." *****

Broadway Baby

“Wildly Funny” *****


EdFringe Review

“Thrives off ingenuity and playfulness” *****

Fringe Biscuit

"Joyously funny & brilliantly smart." *****



“Dreamlike in its structure, retaining a sense of wonder for the audience to bask in” *****

“Refreshingly innovative theatre stood shoulder-to-shoulder with slap-stick and psychedelic surrealism” ****

Theatre Weekly

"Sketch, narrative and physical comedy that combines for an hour of pure madcap and unpredictable hilarity” ****

Voice Mag

"The physicality and quick-witted humour betrays the Gaulier training, and makes for a fantastic spectacle." ****

The Tab

“The epitome of bizarre hilarity and joyous absurdity” *****


“Has half the audience dancing and the rest laughing” ****

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