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Lou Conran: I Love Lou C

Lou Conran: I Love Lou C

(I'm in my dressing gown, eating boiled eggs, bear with…) Right, imagine visiting your favourite friend/aunty/spinster/woman of independent means. She's a touch eccentric and always "alright". Until last year, when it wasn’t alright and it all went a bit wrong. With lessons learned, a bit of self-discovery and some painful yet funny situations, this is a story about life and, ultimately, death. But in a positive, uplifting sort of way. ‘Naturally funny’ (Sarah Millican). ‘Masterful at Continue Reading

Kev\'s Komedy Kitchen – The Second Cumin

Kev's Komedy Kitchen – The Second Cumin

'A masterpiece of performance and comedy' (nottscomedyreview.wordpress.com). More culinary television show shenanigans from the hapless but award-winning Kevin Dewsbury and put upon producer Will Hutchby. Can Kevin finally get his career on track and exorcise the demons of the past? It's just a cooking show after all! Plus we may get to find out what has been going on in the world of unlikely Italian chef Michelli Newelli! 'An underground hit!' (www.huffingtonpost.co.uk). Continue Reading

Chris Washington: Dream Big (Within Reason)

Chris Washington: Dream Big (Within Reason)

Chris has always kept his dreams in check; in 2005 he saw a shooting star and wished for Brookside to be recommissioned. However, small dreams should never be confused with a lack of ambition, because things are shaping up quite nicely for the lad who cried genuine tears of joy when his girlfriend won a Dyson. 'A comic with full potential and a bright future' (ArtsAwardVoice.com). Re:Play Breakthrough Comedian of the Year. Magners New Comedy Act nominee. Jason Manford tour support. Continue Reading

Annie McGrath: Ambivert

Annie McGrath: Ambivert

After last year’s joke did so well (Dave’s Top Ten Funniest Jokes of the Fringe 2016), Annie returns to Edinburgh with another one. Annie has written and performed on ITV2, Channel 4, BBC Radio 4 Extra and BBC Radio Wales. ‘A real master of deadpan… delightfully dry’ (Skinny). ‘A flair for perfectly cutting short silliness with deadpan punchlines… Hilarious’ ***** (EdFringeReview.com). ‘Beautiful timing and spot-on delivery’ **** (TheTab.com). ‘McGrath’s dry sense Continue Reading

Adam Rowe: Unbearable

Adam Rowe: Unbearable

Does wanting to care, even if you don’t really, make you a good person? Adam Rowe thinks so, but then again he would; he’s unbearable. He’s an arrogant, self-indulgent narcissist who will make absolutely anything about himself – AKA a comedian. But just how far can he take that? His girlfriend’s car crash? The death of a stranger? In this hour of no-holds-barred, brutally honest, opinionated stand-up he’ll look to find out exactly that. Whilst being very funny*. *Probably. Continue Reading

American Immigrant: Zoltan Kaszas

American Immigrant: Zoltan Kaszas

Award-winning American comedian and 'breakout star' (TheAtlantic.com) Zoltan Kaszas (FOX, Hulu, Sirius XM Radio) debuts his stand-up show, American Immigrant, at the 2017 Fringe with storytelling material on travelling, Trump and growing up with a Communist-era Hungarian mother. 'For a comedian, Zoltan really knows how to work some magic' (TheComicsComic.com). Don’t miss this hilarious show from a rising up-and-comer! Continue Reading

A Digital Legacy

A Digital Legacy

What would you like to happen to your Facebook and Twitter accounts when you die? In this stand-up show about the digital afterlife, Irish comedian Colin Chadwick (BBC Radio, RTE2, The AV Club) plans for his death with a quirky but practical approach, as he decides how much of himself will remain online after he's gone. 'The man can certainly write a gag' (Chortle.co.uk). 'His quirky punchlines come thick and fast' **** (BroadwayBaby.com). Continue Reading

Tudur Owen: Normal Wear and Tear

Tudur Owen: Normal Wear and Tear

BAFTA Wales-winning comedian Tudur was born in 1967. He is now firmly in the second half of his life, he might even be in the last quarter, for all he knows the next show could be his last. So he’s going to make the most of it. Celebrate his 50th year on the planet with Tudur as he returns to the Fringe with a joyous hour of stand-up comedy. ‘Riotously funny’ **** (TheReviewsHub.com). 'Great material, great variety, very funny and very Welsh' (BBC Wales). As heard on BBC Radio 4. Continue Reading

Science Magic

Science Magic

After a hugely successful run last year, Science Magic is back at the Edinburgh Fringe. Join triple award-winning comedian and scientist Dónal Vaughan as he shows you amazing science tricks using everyday items. The best part? You can do all the tricks too! Fun for all ages! 'Donal Vaughan’s unique blend of science and comedy has proved popular with audiences' (PubSci London). 'His hilarious and informative takes on science are why he’s a favourite' (Bright Club Dublin). Continue Reading

Tarantella by Hilaire Belloc

Tarantella by Hilaire Belloc

This interactive show has dance, hip hop, rhythms, spoken word and poetry with a mixture of the old and the new woven together for fun, family entertainment. Explore the sounds and rhythms of well-known poetry in a modern context. Get ready to play percussion and rhyme and tap. Bring your dancing shoes and expect the unexpected! Continue Reading

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