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CeilidhKids at the Fringe – Free!

CeilidhKids at the Fringe – Free!

Family workshop suitable for children aged 3-7 years with parents or carers. We involve everyone: skip, clap and march together to traditional Scottish music. Enjoy discovering very simple (often simplified) dances that you might find at a ceilidh or Scottish country dance, celebrating the social aspects of dancing with a partner. CeilidhKids is all about fun for all generations. Hugely popular with local families, now it's your turn. Continue Reading

Cow

Cow

I’m fed up with being called lovely just because I’m a nicely spoken, middle-aged woman in a cardigan. Join me in an act of rebellion as I get properly mardy and embrace my inner cow. 'Jane is incredibly charming and lovely... puts the audience at ease with her wonderful speaking voice and middle-class manner' (Juice Comedy). ‘Charming, endearing, entertaining... made the world a little bit of a better place’ (Notts Comedy Review). See what I mean? Bastards. Continue Reading

Show Up

Show Up

Pete (Desperately Seeking the Exit, Late with Lance!) uses his decades of solo performance expertise to turn the often vilified clichés of the genre on their clichéd heads. Using an arsenal of Post-it Notes, Pete transforms real life audience experiences into a comedic, vibrant, life story that's daring and different each time. You get to control the content, set and sound for this socially anxious show about you. And there’s a party! 'Hilarious' ***** (TheFrontRowCenter.com). Continue Reading

Sunil Patel: Titan

Sunil Patel: Titan

Am I here for a little holiday? No! I’m doing my second show. Here’s some third-party validation from the first one: ‘A clearly gifted comedian with a comfy and approachable style, he is as self-aware and structurally subversive as any of the Fringe’s great alternative comedians’ (EdFestMag.com). ‘He oozes funny like a jammy doughnut running down a diner’s chin’ (BroadwayBaby.com). ‘A psychopath’ (Scotsman). As seen on the Channel 5 sitcom Borderline and an online Continue Reading

Puppet Fiction

Puppet Fiction

Everybody be cool, this is a motherf*cking puppet show! The ultimate Tarantino homage, this is Pulp Fiction with strings attached. The award-winning cult show from New Zealand returns to the Edinburgh Fringe with more miniature madness and mayhem. Combining the joy of live puppetry with an iconic piece of pop culture makes for a unique and hilarious theatrical experience. Created and performed by puppet maker and master Jon Coddington, theatre wizard Hannah Clarke, actress Anya Tate-Manning, Continue Reading

Hari Sriskantha: Clown Atlas

Hari Sriskantha: Clown Atlas

Rejected titles: Joy Story, Ha Ha Land, Hari Sriskantha and the Order of the Glee-nix. Basically this is a show about happiness. The debut hour from Hari Sriskantha, a 2014 BBC Radio New Comedy Award finalist, a 2012 Chortle Student Comedy Award finalist, and the presenter of BBC Brit's Socially Awkward Situations. ‘So bloody good… a unique style that’s quite chilled but also blindingly intelligent’ (Skinny). ‘Hugely confident, hugely slick… a welcome offbeat, slightly geeky Continue Reading

Frank Lavender: Fragile Masculinity

Frank Lavender: Fragile Masculinity

Meet Frank Lavender, comedian. When a grafting comic from the pub and club circuit of the north is told that his stock material isn’t suitable for the modern comedy palette, where does he go? Dropped by his management, left by his wife, Frank brings himself to the Edinburgh Fringe to find his place in the comedy world. Brand new character comedy from Gareth Joyner (the man responsible for Myra DuBois). ‘Joyner is a shrewdly understated satirist’ (Time Out). ‘Peter Sutcliffe was Continue Reading

Sally-Anne Hayward: Um... I Was Talking About You Not to You

Sally-Anne Hayward: Um... I Was Talking About You Not to You

Award-winning comedian Sally has had a gut full of people making up food intolerances to give themselves something else to talk about; so much so that they irritate her bowel. She was tested for wheat intolerance – turns out she’s just intolerant. A busybody, taking it upon herself to leaflet the neighbourhood to gauge general opinion of the parking, Sally has turned into the kind of person she used to joyfully laugh at. ‘Exceptionally funny’ (Independent). 'A primetime act’ Continue Reading

Rosie Wilby: The Conscious Uncoupling

Rosie Wilby: The Conscious Uncoupling

BBC Radio 4 regular Wilby poignantly interweaves comedy, memoir, love letters, breakup emails and Richard Hawley music to investigate the aftermath of separation in a post-Gwyneth world. The Conscious Uncoupling was commissioned by London's Southbank Centre for Festival of Love and was shortlisted, via public vote, for Funny Women Best Show 2016. 'A beautifully intimate and thought-provoking gem’ ***** (RemoteGoat.com). ‘Tender and exquisite’ **** (Everything-Theatre.co.uk). 'From Continue Reading

C\'est La Vegan

C'est La Vegan

Award-winning comic Dave Chawner explores veganism in his quest to find the origin of food, ideas and views. As seen on BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5 and Sky. As featured in the Guardian, the Independent, the Observer and the Evening Standard. As heard on, BBC Radio 5 Live, LBC and Talk Radio. **** (ThreeWeeks). **** (BroadwayBaby.com). **** (EdFringeReview.com). ***** (ArtsAwardVoice.com). ***** (Bunbury Magazine). Continue Reading

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