The Wonder Jam

Comedy (clown, sketch show)

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  • Heroes @ Black Medicine - Basement
  • 00:00
  • Aug 25
  • 1 hour
  • Suitability: 18+ (Guideline)
  • Country: United Kingdom - England
  • Group: Bright Buoy and Heroes / PWYW
  • Warnings and additional info: Buy a ticket in advance to guarantee entry or Pay What You Want at the venue. Audience Participation, Nudity, Scenes of a Sexual Nature, Strong Language/Swearing
  • Babes in arms policy: Babies are not allowed in the venue
  • Policy applies to: Children under 2 years


Sell-out late-night comedy party! Join the ‘hilarious’ ( Lorna Rose Treen, the truly funny Belinda Anderson-Hunt, Dougie Baldwin (Netflix’s Disjointed) and many more for a blend of hilarity, mayhem and music. Come watch these rascals create a show together... ‘Massive fun... if you feel the need for a little crazy in your life’ (Kate Copstick).

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  • Wheelchair access type: Not fully wheelchair accessible

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Caz 110 days ago

Hands down my favourite show I saw at Fringe. It's so silly and magical and bizarre - I honestly nearly died of laughter. And the performers are beyond talented. Wonder is the word for it, it's pure joy. DON'T MISS IT.

Will Hughes 111 days ago

I saw the Wonder Jam just over a week ago and I thought it was marvelous. It was an hour that was surreal fast paced, inventive and most of all hilarious.
The format of playing music every time a scene was coming to its natural end meant that as an audience member you never lost interest and were always excited to see what was coming next. You could tell that everyone involved was having so much fun and that can be said for the audince as well.
I really recommend trying to catch it in the last few days of the fringe.

Fraser Brown 111 days ago

One of the funniest shows I’ve seen at the Fringe. Well worth watching! A surreal and hilarious show that had me struggling to breath from laughing too much. A must see!

Natalie Bochenski 115 days ago

The Wonder Jam is one of those hidden delights of Fringe - an hour of late-night magical madness.

A heady mix of both the sublime and the ridiculous, this show features clowning, sketch, impro and character comedy in a fabulous experimental format. It had some of the most charming and surreal moments I've seen all Fringe.

Highly recommend to anyone keen for a late night rabbit hole adventure!

NBB 115 days ago

Right, I couldn't pass up the chance to pipe up and say darn it The Wonder Jam is the most fun I've had all Fringe. Without a shred of doubt. Get yourself down to see this before it's over, because hoo boy it's a trip. Do NOT miss out!!!

Rosh 118 days ago

The most fun night of comedy I have had in 3 years at the Fringe. More established comedians I've seen whilst at the Fringe couldn't come close to the amount of joy this night brought my friends and I. The cast are unbelievably talent and able to make even the smallest action hysterical. Truly cannot recommend this more: Audience participation is gentle and brilliant, the humour is surreal and brilliant and, considering how much of it is improvised, I have no doubt I will be coming again.

Josh Hay 119 days ago

The funniest show I’ve seen all fringe. Definitely recommend!

Ella McCallum 120 days ago

The most bonkers, brilliant hour of madness - the highlight of the fringe so far.

Will Langston 123 days ago

I had such a wonderful time at this hilarious show, laughing throughout!! Such a wacky show ❤️

Henry Coldstream 123 days ago

The most I’ve laughed at a show this fringe- incredibly silly and a lot of fun! Don’t miss out!

E J 123 days ago

A fine sketch show for midnight entertainment that welcomes audience interaction.

Luke McGibbon 124 days ago

Belinda charmed me into this show with an unusual flyering style of whispering to me in the street. The show itself is even more unusual. I arrived a bit late and thought maybe that I'd missed some vital context but I think the lack of context is sort of the point. It's fun and a bit bonkers and a great way to round off an evening in the festival.

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Ed Fringe Review (3/5 stars) 128 days ago

Horrifying, terrifying, but magnetically entertaining...

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