Comedy (clown)

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Legs* are what most humans stand on. They also allow humans to walk, crouch and lunge. If at any point in your life you have used your legs, thought about legs or if you know someone with legs, then this is the show for you. Legs. *Warning: this show may contain legs. 'You might have trouble explaining to your friends what you just witnessed' ****½ (TheAdelaidian.net). 'Massive fun... If you feel the need for a little crazy in your life... they would be the people to provide it" (Kate Copstick).

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Jeremy Johnson 95 days ago

I thought LEGS would be a sexy cabaret or fetish show.
I am glad to say I was wrong. LEGS is a hilarious 60-minute show about LEGS and nothing else. LEGS is 1 part history lesson, 1 part walking tour, 1 part physical humor and 1 part passion. The performers seem to be truly enjoying themselves and it spreads into the audience.
I walked out of the show with a smile on my face and a newfound appreciation for my legs and legs in general. Do yourself a favor and a see LEGS, it's a truly absurd and inspiring show that makes Fringe so special.

Bailey Jordan Garcia 98 days ago

One of the most absurd and hilarious things I've seen. Very Monty Python-esk in parts, reminded me of some Will Ferrell in others, but most of it I can't begin to describe in the best way possible. If you have legs (or know someone with them) you MUST go.

Noam Osband 100 days ago

This show was weird in the best way possible. Unexpected and funny and completely absurd. Exactly what the Fringe should be.

Rice Chris Peas 100 days ago

Utterly bizarre, hands down the best show we watched at the Edinburgh Fringe, I can't recommend it enough.

Andy Doel 104 days ago

I laughed so much it hurt the next day. Bizarre, I'm not sure why it is so funny but it is. Go and see it.

Matt Tapp 108 days ago

Both the most bizarre and most hilarious thing I have ever seen. I can’t recommend it enough, going to see it will be the best use of your legs you will ever make!

Benny Groo 108 days ago

Sublime comedy from start to finish. If Reeves and Mortimer dedicated themselves to a single limb, it would look something like this.

Doonhamer 110 days ago

Completely bizarre, truly ridiculous but absolutely hilarious. Difficult to explain exactly what we saw but I can confirm it did involve a lot of legs!

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The Scotsman (3/5 stars) 89 days ago

If you say something often enough or portray it in an endless series of unfamiliar poses, it starts to lose all recognizability and reconstitute into something strange. ...

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The Skinny (4/5 stars) 90 days ago

This show just goes to prove how many leg-related props there are in the world. In Julia Masli and the Duncan brothers' show, legs are personified, sketchified, chopped, de-socked and placed in plant pots. It’s a world of leggy nonsense from the get-go as legs are praised, having been so long undervalued....

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Fest (3/5 stars) 92 days ago

Some artists come to Edinburgh because they have something to say. Legs, meanwhile, is a show brought to the Caves by Julia Masli and the Duncan brothers, where all they want to do is talk about legs. It’s hard to figure what made the trio decide to spend an hour...

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The List (4/5 stars) 94 days ago

Absurdist nonsense that goes fantastically out on a limb...

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