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Seymour Mace\'s Magical Shitcakes from Heaven

Seymour Mace's Magical Shitcakes from Heaven

This bit's called the blurb whatever the f*ck that means. Anyway, I'm an idiot and I like being stupid so if that sounds like your kind of thing then get down to Stand 3 and laugh at me without feeling bad about it... or don't... it's up to you really... I mean, I know I'm not everybody's cup of tea... anyway, f*ck it! Come, don't come, whatever. God I'm shit at self promotion... please come. 'Delightfully angry and ridiculously creative' **** (Fest). 'Bananas!' **** (Chortle.co.uk). Continue Reading

Nick Revell vs Lily, Evil Cat Queen of Earth Planet and The Laughing Fridge

Nick Revell vs Lily, Evil Cat Queen of Earth Planet and The Laughing Fridge

'Revell makes you laugh and think; a rare and cherishable combination these days' (Scotsman). 'Scalpel-sharp satirist' (Evening Standard). Sell-out run 2016. So, one day, this stray cat just appears out my 3D organic printer. Nanobots boost her IQ to 200… Suddenly, a cute but ruthless predator threatens planetary domination. This on top of all the robots in my smart house blanking me, saying humans are pointless once machines attain singularity. Are we inventing ourselves into Continue Reading

Phill Jupitus Up the Stand

Phill Jupitus Up the Stand

So, it’s August in one of the greatest cities in the world and one of the biggest arts festivals. The sheer variety of stuff that you can see is utterly mind bending. One year I saw some Argentinian woman suspended in a perspex paddling pool gradually lowered onto an entire audience. An Australian bloke pelted us with lettuce one time. He won an award. The bars are brilliant, the restaurants are sensational, the galleries and museums are to die for. So, if you have a free hour, I’d be Continue Reading

Louise Reay: Hard Mode

Louise Reay: Hard Mode

Imagine how you’d act if you were always being watched? Imagine if you couldn't speak freely? Imagine if the Chinese government bought the BBC? An immersive comedy show where the audience experiences life in an authoritarian regime. Yay! Based on a dialogue with Ai Weiwei and featuring a team of masked police, this provocative show explores censorship and surveillance. Hard Mode is the latest show from multi award-winning comedian and journalist, Louise Reay. 'Reay can legitimately claim to be Continue Reading

James Nokise: Britain, Let\'s Talk About the Golliwogs

James Nokise: Britain, Let's Talk About the Golliwogs

Let's chat about your race relations issue. Who better with than a Samoan/Welsh comedian from New Zealand? Focusing on Britain's unique history with the Golliwog – It's all about addressing the mixed-race elephant in the room… when the elephant is staring at a racially triggering doll. Where do they come from? What do they mean? Can you own one? No, but really, can you? The guy behind 2016's So So Gangsta and the voice of Sam in Puppet Fiction returns to Edinburgh after touring the world and Continue Reading

Eleanor Conway\'s Walk of Shame

Eleanor Conway's Walk of Shame

'Chaotic and electric’ **** (Skinny). Eleanor Conway has always been a woman of extremes: she partied around the world as a music journalist, ran off to Asia to work for the triads, made hardcore porn and Tinder’d her way through most of London… Now sober from alcohol and substances, she’s failing to find moderation and meaning. Fresh from a slew of sell-out tour dates, this critically acclaimed debut about sex, sobriety and sambuca returns to the Fringe. www.eleanorconway.com Continue Reading

Immigrant Diaries – Sajeela Kershi and Guests

Immigrant Diaries – Sajeela Kershi and Guests

Multi award-winning show returns post-Bexit/Trump anti-immigration/refugee rhetoric blamed for the rise of hate crimes in the past year. Time to readdress the balance, so who exactly are these "bloody foreigners" anyway? Irrespective of which side of the debate you sit, this show is for all. A chance to hear from a rotating line-up, some sublime true stories from a multicultural Fringe full of performers from somewhere else. Statistics don't tell the story, people do. 'Catch it at all costs' Continue Reading

The Best of Irish Comedy

The Best of Irish Comedy

Ireland's finest under one roof. Excellent value Celtic showcase featuring four top comics for the price of one. Fringe institution since 1999. Returning to our largest venue, Stand Three, because we just couldn't contain that much hilarity! Previous guests include: Jason Byrne, Dara O'Briain, Dylan Moran, David O'Doherty, Andrew Maxwell, Colin Murphy, Ed Byrne, Neil Delamere, Maeve Higgins, Michael Redmond, Eleanor Tiernan, Jarlath Reagan, Deirdre O'Kane, Jake O'Kane, Ian Coppinger and Owen Continue Reading

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