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GooseChase: The Fringe Game

GooseChase: The Fringe Game

Get ready to immerse yourself as Edinburgh becomes your playground thanks to Goosechase and the Adelaide Fringe! Edinburgh’s biggest scavenger hunt, The Fringe Game challenges you to solve clues, complete missions, collect points… And points mean prizes! Play this game as a team or fly solo to complete hundreds of unique missions, tasks and puzzles to take the lead. Win a trip for two to summer in Australia and party at the Adelaide Fringe! Return flights thanks to Qatar Airways. Download Continue Reading

How to Suffer Better

How to Suffer Better

After catching her fiancé screwing her friend, Celeste reads under a Snapple bottle cap: ‘We can't stop ourselves from suffering, but we can learn how to suffer better’. Mystified, she seeks out fellow sufferers to assist her in decoding the message. She finds a homeless man with a split personality, an octogenarian who invented a dating app, a maid longing for love, a clown enduring a bureaucratic nightmare and an angry teen who threw a rock at Trump’s head. They all come together before Continue Reading

James Bennison: How to be a Winner

James Bennison: How to be a Winner

James Bennison. Comedian. Winner. Join award-winning comedian James Bennison as he challenges you to play every single game show from the past 30 years to win the James Bennison Trophy of Winning. 'A most enjoyable slice of nonsense (Steve Bennett, Chortle.co.uk). 'Highly entertaining, utterly engaging' **** (FringeGuru.com). 'Great geeky revelry' **** (ArtsAwardVoice.com). Continue Reading

LoveHard: Murdered by Murder

LoveHard: Murdered by Murder

1934, Devon. Six old friends. A small get together at Lord and Lady Titan's household, Drenchblood Heights. A murder mystery party. It promises to be the night of their lives, by which we mean the night of their, er, deaths. Barely unscathed by their award-winning run of The House on the Hill, the duo LoveHard are returning with this brand new show. Featuring a live score from Nick Charlesworth. Best Show finalists (Barry Awards, Edinburgh 2016). Free Theatre Award 2016 winners Continue Reading

Kev\'s Komedy Klub

Kev's Komedy Klub

Stand-up comedy from the stars and creators of the underground-award winning Festival Fringe hit Kev's Komedy Kitchen. Each show will feature a special guest headline act. 'Slickness and sheer talent' (Time Out). 'Lively and energetic, instantly likeable' (WhoDaresGrins.com). 'An excellent comedian, one of the most underrated comics on the circuit' (Toby Foster, BBC Sheffield and star of Phoenix Nights). 'A real treat of understated deadpan humour' (ThreeWeeks). 'Engaging and Continue Reading

Aatif Nawaz: The Last Laugh

Aatif Nawaz: The Last Laugh

After Muslims Do It Five Times A Day and Aatificial Intelligence, Aatif Nawaz returns to the Fringe to have The Last Laugh. 'His intelligent observations will have you choking with laughter' (HuffingtonPost.co.uk). 'Side-splittingly hilarious' (EdFringeReview.com). 'One of the bewildering array of stand-ups definitely worth your time' (FringeReview.co.uk). 'Nawaz is a pro at putting his audience at ease...' (ThreeWeeks). 'Aatif's high energy performance style drives an hour...' Continue Reading

Famous Scots from the Past

Famous Scots from the Past

This exciting exhibition showcases the lives of the most famous and infamous Scots, told through unique treasures from the national archives. A rare chance to delve into our vast collection of historical documents and meet some of the great characters of Scottish history (kings and queens, soldiers and scholars, heroes and outlaws) on display in the elegant setting of Robert Adam's Register House. In the Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology and the 250th anniversary of Edinburgh's New Town, Continue Reading

Circled in the Radio Times by John Osborne

Circled in the Radio Times by John Osborne

A brand new storytelling show by John Osborne (John Peel's Shed, Sky 1's After Hours). Finding a collection of old copies of the Radio Times leads John to piece together the life of the previous owner through the shows that have been circled. This show looks at the changing way all of us watch television. 'Sits somewhere between Daniel Kitson and Tom Wrigglesworth, I could have listened for hours' (Independent on John Peel's Shed). 'Beautifully written, funny and poignant' Continue Reading

Hilda & The Spectrum

Hilda & The Spectrum

Weird comedy soul mates* Elf and Ryan perform their debut show. Part clown show, part autobiography, it's an absurd, camp comedy about ping-pong, the DDR and Angela Lansbury. Expect improvisation, time travel**, niche film references and lemons. Graduates of Ecole Gaulier. Imagine The X-Men on a budget (this is because one of the characters has telekinesis and we have had to do a lot of mime for the effects we can’t afford). It's going to be brilliant. And weird. Love E and R. *Ryan really Continue Reading

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