Luke Rollason Presents Planet Earth III

Luke Rollason Presents Planet Earth III

Planet Earth III is a low-budget, one-man nature documentary, set in a future where our worst predictions came true – following ecological collapse, thousands of endangered species are extinct, including the BBC... 

Desiree Burch: Unf*ckable

Desiree Burch: Unf*ckable

As seen on Frankie Boyle’s American Autopsy and 8 Out of 10 Cats. Heard on Welcome to Night Vale and The Guilty Feminist Podcast. The 2015 Funny Women Award-winner presents her second comedy hour on sex, race and capitalism... 

Spencer Jones: The Audition

Spencer Jones: The Audition

Spencer Jones is a genius but I’m not sure why. In his latest show The Audition he combines all of the best elements of his previous shows; object manipulation, loop pedal and recordedsounds and songs, and very silly faces and noises... 

Luke McQueen: The Boy With Tape on His Face

Luke McQueen: The Boy With Tape on His Face

Meet Luke McQueen: The Boy With Tape on His Face, not Tape Face. The difference? Tape Face cannot speak, The Boy With Tape on His Face cannot move his forehead. A subtle difference, granted, but an important one nonetheless... 

Desiree Burch: Unf*ckable

Desiree Burch: Unf*ckable

As seen on Frankie Boyle’s American Autopsy and 8 Out of 10 Cats. Heard on Welcome to Night Vale and The Guilty Feminist Podcast. The 2015 Funny Women Award-winner presents her second comedy hour on sex, race and capitalism... 

Rob Kemp: The Elvis Dead

Rob Kemp: The Elvis Dead

Cult classic horror movie Evil Dead 2 reinterpreted through the songs of Elvis*. Every now and then an idea strikes that seems extremely absurd and yet at the same time bizarrely fitting... 

Glenn Wool: Viva Forever

Glenn Wool: Viva Forever

When Glenn Wool took to the stage he looked like a washed-up trucker replete with faded Nirvana top, leather waistcoat and a frequently adjusted cap who you could imagine having a beer with in a bar off a lay by... 

Andrew Sim

Andrew Sim

For a one-off performance, Andrew Sim brings his first solo stand-up show to the Fringe! Dealing with topics such as prejudice, repressed sexuality and suicide, it’s bound to be a long hour... 

Alternative Comedy Memorial Society (ACMS)

Alternative Comedy Memorial Society (ACMS)

A keen observer may initially notice that Thom Tuck and John Luke Roberts, who host ACMS together, aren’t exactly a traditional double act. However if anything their bizarre on-stage chemistry creates the perfect platform from which to launch the cult night of experimental fringe comedy... 

Betty Grumble: Love and Anger (or Sex Clown Saves the World Again!)

Betty Grumble: Love and Anger (or Sex Clown Saves the World Again!)

How does one describe Betty Grumble? No really, I’m at a loss. I can throw out words like, obscene beauty queen; sex clown; absurdist stripper; ecosexual satirist, but none of them really do justice to her magnificence... 

Lucy Pearman: Maid of Cabbage

Lucy Pearman: Maid of Cabbage

Greeting each and every audience member with a handshake after they take their seats may seem like you’re overdoing the niceties, but we soon find out that Lucy Pearman’s Maid Of Cabbage has just started in a new job and is eager to please the Lord and Lady of the Manor... 

Phil Kay: Euphoric

Phil Kay: Euphoric

'A comedian like no other. There's so much humour in the hour it’s hard to breathe. This original comedy genius is like a Choose Your Adventure. The free-forming journey that is utterly unforgettable!' (Australian Times, 2017). 

Luke Rollason Presents Planet Earth III

Luke Rollason Presents Planet Earth III

Planet Earth III is a low-budget, one-man nature documentary, set in a future where our worst predictions came true – following ecological collapse, thousands of endangered species are extinct, including the BBC... 

Brendon Burns and Colt Cabana Do Comedy and Commentary to Bad Wrestling Matches

Brendon Burns and Colt Cabana Do Comedy and Commentary to Bad Wrestling Matches

What it says on the tin. Everyone's favourite late night hang out. The dumb show for no one is now in its fifth spectacular year. Different show every night. Season and weekly VIP passes available... 

Tim Renkow Has Accepted Satan as Lord and Savior

Tim Renkow Has Accepted Satan as Lord and Savior

As seen on BBC One, BBC Two, BBC Three, NBC and 5Star, veteran of the Fringe Tim Renkow says, 'come on guys! Let's worship Satan, yay! It’s worth a try. After all, it can't be any worse... 

John Kearns: Don't Worry They're Here

John Kearns: Don't Worry They're Here

The only winner of the Best Show and Best Newcomer Edinburgh Comedy Awards returns for the first time. ‘Now this is how you do absurd comedy… a bold, hilarious debut… he has forged comedy gold’ (Chortle... 

Simon Morley: Naked Ambition

Simon Morley: Naked Ambition

20 years ago, Simon Morley had an idea. An idea that would blossom into one of the craziest shows on the planet, Puppetry of the Penis. Find out how a bit of sibling rivalry would be the catalyst for a theatrical juggernaut that would travel to over 40 countries and be performed in five languages... 

Rob Kemp: The Elvis Dead

Rob Kemp: The Elvis Dead

Cult classic horror movie Evil Dead 2 reinterpreted through the songs of Elvis*. Every now and then an idea strikes that seems extremely absurd and yet at the same time bizarrely fitting... 

Larry Dean: Fandan

Larry Dean: Fandan

Amused Moose Comedy Award winner and Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee Larry Dean returns to Edinburgh with a brand new hour of ‘fascinatingly funny’ (Evening Standard) comedy following his debut stand-up tour and a stint at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival... 

John-Luke Roberts: Look on My Works, Ye Mighty, and Despair! (All in Caps)

John-Luke Roberts: Look on My Works, Ye Mighty, and Despair! (All in Caps)

The cult-favourite alternative comic humbly invites you to his brand-new, absolutely brilliant hour of extraordinary-absurdist-character-comedy-nonsense-sort-of-stand-up and hubris... 

Phil Nichol: The Asylum

Phil Nichol: The Asylum

The Asylum is a fully immersive three hours of theatrical entertainment with two sets of cabaret followed by DJ Loopy in the bar, playing the most bizarre tracks he can find. Downstairs, the Aftershock Room puts on special pop-up performances from the biggest Fringe stars and the loopiest clowns on the ward... 

Alfie Brown: Whatever Works

Alfie Brown: Whatever Works

Alfie Brown is trying out new jokes. Jokes about therapy, what makes a good school, war, child swearing and Eric Clapton. Come and see this exceptionally funny, ferocious and interesting comedian do jokes before he's learnt how to make them acceptable to the more easily offended... 

Ari Eldjárn: Pardon My Icelandic

Ari Eldjárn: Pardon My Icelandic

Ari Eldjárn is Iceland’s biggest stand-up comedian. Born and raised in Reykjavík, he debuted as a stand up comic in 2009 with his local comedy group Mið-Ísland, which is the highest selling stand-up act of all time in Iceland... 

Liam Withnail: The Immigration Game

Liam Withnail: The Immigration Game

'Fantastic' (Scotsman). 'Slick, fast paced banter' (Skinny). 'Fringe shows you need to see' (Wow247.co.uk). Withnail returns to the Fringe after discovering the true cost of love in the United Kingdom. 

This Is Your Trial (PG)

This Is Your Trial (PG)

The UK's only comedy court is back, but now, for all the family! An improvised show where Steve Bennett invites top comedians to be lawyers, prosecuting and defending members of the audience accused of crimes...