Nutty Noah: You Might Die! is a family entertainer who successfully brings laughter to children and adults alike. The premise of the show is that life should be filled with as much laughter and silliness are you can cram in. Into the one hour show, Nutty Noah ensures you get your fill.
Whilst some stunts fall a little short it is the sum of the parts which makes Nutty Noah: You Might Die! an overall hit. Some of the early stunts leave children agog, others just result in lots of laughs. I have to admit that seeing Peppa Pig in Nutty Noah’s lunch box. Seren loved the overall silliness- from taking off underpants whilst handcuffed underwater to stealing the bra from one of the audience, there was enough to keep her entertained.
Nutty Noah: You Might Die! engages with children of all ages, with participation from children welcomed. Nutty Noah is evidently committed to keeping the audience engaged. A range of props including the lunch box, a levitating table and a fantastic hornaphone accompanying a table of bells, keeps everyone involved.
Nutty Noah: You Might Die! is a fantastic respite at the Fringe Festival. Keeping laughter and energy flying around the space, Nutty Noah has a talent in bringing the audience in and keeping them laughing.
Nutty Noah: You Might Die! is at the Pleasance Courtyard as part of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. You can catch the show at 14.00 until Monday 27th August 2018.
Disclosure: We have media accreditation for the Edinburgh Fringe. All views and opinions contained are our own.