If you’re in the mood for some bawdy, laddish comedy then this is the show for you.
Eight years since her Fringe debut, Susan Calman reflects on her Fringe
journey, noting the packed 300+ room that she’s playing to during this
performance is a far cry from how…
Everything seemed against this performance from the start.
With a black father from Barbados and a white mother from England, Nik Coppin has grown up with a foot in both worlds.
If you’re bored of the type of magic that always produces the same old tropes (predictable card tricks, dull magician banter in matching suits, tired efforts to build an air of m…
Funbags are a high energy, lung-busting comedy trio here to deliver a hot serving of social commentary through the power of sketch.
The Cleek, an all-female sketch troupe, formed after its members met at Chicago’s Second City Training Center.
Things are not going well for Luke McQueen.
Carey Marx is back this Fringe with adroit observational comedy, analysing a veritable rainbow of taboo.
Wilkinson Ford is the collective machination of Nicola Wilkinson and Claire Ford, combining their twin talents as actresses and comedians in an enchanting sketch comedy, Kagoolio.
It’s unclear for a good quarter of the show what Horne is up to.
Loretta Maine is the comic creation of British comedian Pippa
This show is a little different from what the rest of the Festival has to offer.
Tessa Waters is back this festival with the new solo show, Womanz.
This young rag-tag bunch of misfits share with us an eclectic mix of sketch, stand up, and general tom-foolery.
Acaster strides onto the stage with purpose; his floppy fringe and corduroy jacket giving him the mild air of an English schoolboy.
The feisty fire-headed pocket rocket Susan Murray is here to reveal the breadth and depth of just who possesses membership to the F*ckwit Club.
Watson is back after a short hiatus from Edinburgh; a little more world-weary and adult, but in no way less hilarious.
There’s a hint of showbiz in the air as Neil emerges in a matching two piece checked suit, white leather shoes and a giant magician’s smile.
The premise of the show is simple; Mars has abandoned self-doubt and concluded he is a good comedian; he’s decided that this one is on us; the audience, to enjoy the show or not.
Eastend Cabaret pays homage to the well-established tropes of Cabaret and they do it well.
Australian award-winning comedienne and author of the successful Australian television art doco Hannah Gadsby’s Oz, Hannah Gadsby is back this Edinburgh Fringe with a fresh batch…
Brighton based comic, wild and woolly Seann Walsh is back in Edinburgh and playing to full houses at the Cabaret Bar in the Pleasance Courtyard.
In this hour of fine free comedy Joe Well combines his two greatest loves; political satire and zombies.
Brydie Lee Kennedy is not short on life experience.
David Trent enters to thunderous music and revs up the crowd with a flurry of fist pumps and screaming; only to cut it all off with a delightfully anticlimactic start to the show.
Danny Buckler is incurably absorbed in the world of fantasy.
Bec Hill is packing positivity to the hilt.
The stage is adorned with a pair of angel wings, a velvet couch and a large book covered in sparkles with ‘My Life’ adorned on the front.
The mouth of a million sounds BeardyMan brings his beatboxing brilliance to Edinburgh with an extremely ambitious new project.
The laconic Clark delivers his laid back performance in the belly of the Roxy.
Max Diggins is an affable 25 year old urban-based comic who has a 40 something penfriend called Ray who lives in the Isle of White.
Tony Dunn affects the airs of a tutor as he provides us with a fascinating seminar on the nature and behaviours of the world’s psychopaths.
Hodgson’s The Flood is a character sketch comedy; depicting a gaggle of the odd townsfolk from Lincolnshire’s Gainsborough, each of whom come together to reflect on the one-yea…
Matt Green is alive.
There are quite a few variety nights kicking about this comedy festival, but this one proved to offer the most unique and high quality selection that I’ve encountered so far.
Goldstein kicks off by feeling for the moral pulse of his audience; concluding that his target is ‘dick jokes for skinheads’, but this is an underestimation of Goldstein’s sh…
Arthur Smith resembles Leonard Cohen in more ways than one.
The Colour Ham consist of Colin McLeod the mentalist, Kevin McMahon the magician, and Gavin Oattes the puller of funny faces.
Are you the indecisive sort who suffers a meltdown at the thought of having to decide between shows from the novel-thick Fringe guide? Are you loath to bend to the will of the more…
Australian television regular Myf Warhurst hosts this event in the salubrious Palazzo.
Shelby Bond is a self-professed ‘nice guy’ who suffers the wrath of a world that never repays his kind.
A man entered the stage in a banana costume.
Simon Evans is an agitated Englishman who has come to serve up some scorn and air his collection of grievances at this Edinburgh Fringe.
This is a dark, powerful, pathos-laden and hilarious performance.
The explosive duo Ketch! and HIRO-PON all the way from Japan are set to blow audiences away with their furious and action packed show Rock On!.
This set sees actress and comedienne Gemma Whelan don her brilliant character creation as Chastity Butterworth, a polished and aristocratic lady with a penchant for discussing bodi…
This hardened satirist is back for his 39th round at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Feast your eyes on this spectacle of spandex, technicolour zebra print and super-sized smiles as these charismatic clowns prance and pose for you in the cheekily titled Sell Out To…
Rachel Parris writes the jingles for the ads that try to sell you unnecessary chattels and the pop shows that make you cringe.
Harriet Kemsly and Richard Todd form this energetic odd couple as part of the Free Fringe.
David Quirk, an unapologetic child of the ‘80s, paints the scene immediately with his passion for Guns N’ Roses, leather trousers and idolatry of Slash.
In death, we find mirth.
There’s surreal, there’s even more surreal and then there’s Gravity Boots.
KelFi and FiKel pack a punch with their no nonsense, no holds barred, in your face musical cabaret stuffed with smut and salacious comedy.
This scruffy, scrawny gaggle of youngish lads from Sheffield’s premier comedy troupe The Antics are bent on making sure that Edinburgh Fringe’s improv scene stays perfectly sil…
Ben Verth is an explosive bounty of hair, personality and cheerful self-deprecation which he amply shares with you in his latest show, What is this place? In this hour Verth explor…
Ed Mayhew has a friendly one-man variety show that you could do worse than spend an hour watching.
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