Gloucestershire comedy reviews

Read independent Gloucestershire comedy reviews written by SoGlos’s experienced journalists.

Spamalot was frivolous, funny and a whole lot of fun! All images © Trevtography

Spamalot review at the Everyman Theatre

Silly slapstick, sparkling costumes and even singalong songs; Cheltenham Operatic and Dramatic Society’s brilliant adaptation...

Quintessential British entertainment; The Importance of Being Earnest is a flawless comedy by Split Second Productions.

Split Second Productions' The Importance of Being Earnest review

Two actors, seven characters and one incredible show – Split Second Productions breathed new life into Oscar Wilde’s...

SoGlos’s Monday was brightened up thanks to How The Other Half Loves.

How The Other Half Loves review

Combining farce, slapstick and laugh-out-loud comedy, Alan Ayckbourn’s How The Other Half Loves is an unmissable tour de force...

Alan Davies delivered another hilarious performance during his return to Cheltenham.

Alan Davies at Cheltenham Town Hall review

The traumas of soft play, horrors of male changing rooms, and woes of adolescence, television comedian, Alan Davies, returned...

Bizarre anecdotes and sardonic wit, read SoGlos’s review on Dylan Moran’s show, Off the Hook, at Cheltenham Town Hall.

Dylan Moran at Cheltenham Town Hall review

Giving up smoking, putting on weight and being forced onto the ‘bus’ into middle aged life, Dylan Moran brought...

Ben McFarland and Tom Sandham are the comedy duo behind The Thinking Drinkers.

The Thinking Drinker's Guide to the Legends of Liquor review

The Thinking Drinker’s Guide to the Legends of Liquor stopped by for laughs and drop of the hard stuff at Cheltenham Town Hall,...

Russell Kane had an Everyman Theatre crowd in stitches with new show, Posturing Delivery.

Russell Kane review

With his biological clock ticking and ‘boiveries’ screaming for attention, flamboyant comic Russell Kane introduced a Cheltenham...


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