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Stuck in ze Bunker With You

Stuck in ze Bunker With You

The Ubermeister of Swing and charismatic leader of The Iraq Pack brings his one-man show to Edinburgh. With only his partner Diva Braun for company, he sets about winning the hearts of Western audiences with comedy classic songs like Third Reich and You've Got Me Under Berlin, as well as recently-penned extreme renditions like One for Poor Eva, and One for the Road. Frank is convinced that after so many failed world domination attempts this could finally be his year. 'Brilliantly stupid, Continue Reading

Illicit Thrill: Tits, Tease and Ten Pound Notes

Illicit Thrill: Tits, Tease and Ten Pound Notes

The Fringe’s shadiest nightspot, the Illicit Thrill is back in the stripteasing business. Housemistress Gypsy 'Fur Coat No Knickers' Charms and trusty sidekick Savannah 'Best Butt in the Business' Duvall will guide punters through the bump'n'grindy world of tits, tease and ten pound notes. Leave your inhibitions at the door and pledge to perv responsibly as you meet the teasers who prowl the aisles plying their trade. From the Girl-Next-Door to the Bootlickers peeler of choice they have Continue Reading

Dominic Holland Eclipsed – Free

Dominic Holland Eclipsed – Free

Been over a decade since this multi-award winning comedian played the fringe. Returning with his hilarious update on family life but with an added twist that comes courtesy of having a superhero for a son. Turns out Spider-Man does have a dad after all and he's much funnier than Uncle Ben! 'A master of observational comedy' (Times) is back with laughs on life and it's important trivialities with no mention of Brexit nor Trump – which makes this show worth the exit price alone as it is Continue Reading

The Chap-Hop Decade

The Chap-Hop Decade

Mr B returns to his Edinburgh Fringe home at the Voodoo Rooms for a show celebrating a decade of chap-hop. Hail the chap! Mr B began his chap-hop career in 2007 when he decided to bring elements of his previous incarnations (UK rapper, jump-up breaks producer, banjolele maverick and dandy) together. A decade later he has travelled the world, from Surrey to Osaka, Middlesborough to Minneapolis, Norway to New York and the Edinburgh Fringe to Glastonbury bringing his beats, rhymes and manners. As Continue Reading

Douglas Walker Has a Nice Sit Down

Douglas Walker Has a Nice Sit Down

The Fringe is a bloody hectic business. We all need to have a little rest now and then. So, Douglas (the handsome one from Racing Minds) is going to have a nice sit down for an hour every day. You can join him if you like; have a chat, cup of tea maybe. He's pretty affable. Really, he just wants time off flyering, and he figures he will probably sell more tickets for his shows this way anyway. It's worth trying. Times, venues and guests vary daily. Check @DouglasSits on Twitter for information. Continue Reading

God Hates Me: I\'m Trans

God Hates Me: I'm Trans

According to Baptist ministers in America, transpeople are going to Hell – a fact that Nicci is fine with, since apparently the Devil wears Prada. If people are trying to hate you, you have two options: run away or laugh at them. Nicci has four-inch Jimmy Choo’s... she isn’t running! Continue Reading

A Wake (For Those Dying for an Honest Job That Always Makes a Killing)

A Wake (For Those Dying for an Honest Job That Always Makes a Killing)

Raise a glass with us at a brand-new Fringe venue and celebrate the life of Ronald, who died slowly, painfully and fully aware. From the duo that failed to bring you The Troupe, Grattan and McLean's latest funeral is sure to be a grim undertaking, their cold, lifeless career mirroring their latest client's corpse. Continue Reading

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