Review: Jess Robinson @ Edinburgh Festival Fringe

The comedian performs Unravelled at Edinburgh's Underbelly until the 27 August.

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Following her recent Britain’s Got Talent appearance, Jess Robinson is introduced on stage in an upside-down cow, as the women of a thousand voices. Along with her live band, she kicks off the show with I’m Every Woman, a slight clue as to what’s coming up on the show.

With her impressions and vocal gymnastic skills, she performs musical mash ups of up to 100 different celebrities, effortlessly switching through different impressions, dance moves and props to add to the effect. The hour keeps audiences engaged and entertained throughout.

Jess is brilliant at interacting and regularly volunteers people from the audience to help participate in the show, often leading to unplanned, comic value which creates a great atmosphere for this type of performance.

This is a funny, well-thought-out show and great to see for all ages. With her brilliant impressions ranging from Shirley Bassey to Nicky Minaj, it is sure to be suited to every music taste.

Jess Robinson will be performing Unravelled at Edinburgh Fringe at Underbelly, George Square at 19:00 until the 27 August 2017. Tickets are available now through