A broad breakdown of shows via the traditional out-of-five. I'll write more about the five-star ones definitely. If anyone wants me to specifically review stuff (or explain what one of them is!) let me know.
5 - This is why I love comedy.
Adam Hills - Joymonger
Andrew Maxwell - Waxin'
Josie Long - Trying Is Good
Luke Roberts and Nadia Kamill - The Gently Progressive Behemoth
Mark Watson's 24hour Jamboree to Save The Planet
Maxwell's Fullmooners 18th Aug - Reginald D Hunter, Ed Byrne, more Ed Byrne
Robin Ince - Knew This Would Happen
Stewart Lee - 41st Best Stand-Up Ever!
Wil Hodgson - Straight Outta Chippenham
4.5 - I love this, but if you don't, that's okay. Basically the immensely indie stuff.
Andrew McClelland - Mixed Tape
David O'Doherty - It's David O Doherty Time
Glenn Wool - Promises Promises
Howard Reed and Little Howard - The Magic Pencil of Life & Death
Joanna Neary - Little Moments
Terry Saunders - Missed Connections
4 - Solid entertainment
Andrew O'Neill - Futuristicelectrodeathninja9000
The Book Club 12th Aug
Comedy Club 4 Kids 11th Aug - Tiffany Stevenson, Andrew O'Neill, Jason John Whitehead
Ewan Mackintosh and Sir Tim Fitzhigham - All Aboard
Johnson and Boswell - Late But Live
Maxwell's Fullmooners 11th Aug - Craig Campbell, Gomarjobat, Josh Howie
Maxwell's Fullmooners 16th Aug - Carl Donnelly, Steve Hughes, Tony Woods, No Dancers
Maxwell's Fullmooners 17th Aug - Reggie Watts, Arnab Chanda, Jason John Whitehead
Micky Flanagan - What Chance Change
Richard Herring - Oh Fvck, I'm 40!
Reginald D Hunter - Fvck You In The Age Of Consequence
Pappy's Fun Club
Sarah Kendall - My First Kidnapping
Stand Up For Freedom
3.5 - This is just for Carey - his show's not bad, but I had seen a preview recently and it was the same jokes in the same order and I didn't laugh much. Probably didn't help that it was just 30 jokes in a random order, no real structure.
Carey Marx - Sincerity Aside
3 and below - ouch for one reason or another
Arnab Chanda & Greg McHugh - Tickets Still Available
Dan AtkinsonKnows That He Knows Nothing
Isy Suttie - Love Lost In The British Retail Industry