Surprised looking man holding a ventriloquist

Astoundingly good – one of the best things I’ve ever seen at the fringe (6th visit).

Bhee Bellew, audience review
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Inventive, delightful and hilarious

The Scotsman
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Pithy and poignant, exceedingly clever and quite simply a delight.

The 7.30 Review
Four vaudeville actors singing around a piano
Star Star Star Star

Incredibly charming

Broadway Baby
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Tall Stories have managed to abridge a tale not only with mirth, they’ve shown up most of the other acts at the Fringe by proving they can pull out every trick conceivable.

The Skinny
Star Star Star Star

An awe-inspiring exhibition of talent… Such a smart, innovative show is fitting as a tribute to the genius of Oscar Wilde.

Theatre Weekly

Far more than a ghost story – poignant, darkly funny and sometimes raucous humour, great magic and some mindreading to boot!

Kerry Cox, audience review

Wonderful set and prop design and four genuinely talented performers create an atmospheric tale within a tale that is quite haunting. As good as anything I’ve ever seen at the Fringe, highly recommended.

Lewis Cox, audience review

Really clever, well executed show performed by a really talented cast. One of the best things I saw at this year’s Fringe.

Katy, audience review
Four performers in front of a red curtain with the shadow of a ghost behind them
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The show is greatly entertaining with laughs coming thick and fast but also a more serious message about the transience and worth of existence. Full of artistry and surprises, The Canterville Ghost is a great antidote to cold dark nights and well worth catching.

The Reviewers Hub