Customer Reviews:
2 reactions
Recycle that, would see again
Recycle that, would see again
Greatest of all time
Greatest of all time
Laughed so hard I cried
Laughed so hard I cried
Sexy fringe show
Sexy fringe show
See all customer reviews
Recycle that, would see again
“Recycle that, would see again”
Absolutely HILARIOUS! So so so talented. Will see again next year
Reviewed by Meagan H.
15 February 2022
Greatest of all time
“Greatest of all time”
10/10 the best fringe show I have ever been to! Loved every second!
Reviewed by Patrick L.
14 February 2022
See all customer reviews for Whose Rhyme?
Reviewed by: Fringefeed
Review by Jackie Raphael | 20 January 2022

Award winning performer, Daniel Delby is a comedian who can rap, while Macshane is a rapper who can make jokes. Together they make the perfect pair of entertainers. You will not be able to stop laughing as they cleverly create hilarious raps about random topics. This original show is made even more unique by the interactive and varied games throughout.

While the show incorporates all audience members, it is not intimidating. The intimate setting of the bar made it feel like friends hanging out, which also made it a more encouraging space for people to engage. While jokes relate to what the audience members say and do, the performers are never mean in their humour, maintaining an encouraging environment. However, the show is certainly not too polite, with plenty of sexual references and humour for adults.

The most impressive part of this Fringe event is Delby and Macshane’s abilities to think on their feet. While they ask the audience questions or have them play a game, the freestylers instantly respond in rap using relevant content from that night’s show. The comedians also do a great job of moving around the space, breaking the barrier between stage and audience.

The artists look like they are having fun while performing , creating a nice energy for the show that the audience is able to bounce off of.

Jokes varied from obese giraffes to anal beads to strippers, but you never know what you are going to get with this impromptu show. The comedians even had a go at doing accents in rap. Some were impressive and other times hilariously off.

If you enjoy comedy and rapping, this is the show for you. I believe it is one of the best events this Fringe season. I would certainly go see it again.