Philotus is Scotlands oldest surviving comedy written in Scots and published in 1603.
Hearty laughs and broad grins are the order of the day from this Chaplinesque performer.
One joke drawn out for an hour by adding lame gags and consciously clever word play.
Its not easy keeping 30 children entertained for an hour single-handedly but Mr Booms one-man band copes admirably in this calm and laid back sing-a-long show.
This is Ian Kendalls 16th year performing magic at the Edinburgh fringe and his best show yet.
This one woman monologue is listed under comedy but could equally be considered theatre.
Your Irish clown for this evening is Andrew Maxwell who effortlessly shares his original take on a range of topical issues and spins terrific shaggy dog stories.
This Australian trio perform comedy ballads accompanied by acoustic guitars.
This promising young cast of Durham students present their own material in a lively show featuring song, sketches and dance which might appeal to a younger audience.
The theme of this years offering is love, which Lucy equates to a mental illness.
This powerful play performed by Josephine Taylor and directed by Alan Rickman tells the moving true story of peace activist Rachel Corrie.
Stand up comedian Stephen Grant hilariously analyses the problems of modern society.
This is an impenetrable play of few words.
Gentle entertainment in the form of folk and country songs from Justin Edwards who has written and performed on Radio 4 and previously visited the fringe as Jeremy Lions, the drunk…
This is Lucy Porter’s 5th visit to the Fringe and at last she’s managing to fake sincerity.
Let the Spiegels resident late night band entertain you through the early hours with their slick performance of swing classics in a fantastic setting.
This remarkable show features a host of wonderfully grotesque characters and is written and performed by the talented Simon McCoy.
Following their acclaimed performance in Shockheaded Peter, The Tiger Lillies bring their ghoulish punk cabaret based on the Seven Deadly Sins to the exotic surroundings of the…
Five talented actors explore through physical theatre the many significant life events to which our beds bear witness.
This one woman sketch show features strangely sinister characters who are both entertaining and unnerving.
This is Eric Waltons first visit to Edinburgh with his conjuring show featuring card tricks and feats of memory.
This show provides an enjoyable hour of new material from Stephen Grant that aims to explore and confront stereotypes.
Black Comedy is a farce by Peter Shaffer.
Bremner Duthie, brings his one man Kabarett to Edinburgh, featuring the music of Kurt Weill - and it wonderfully showcases his multitude of talents as a writer and performer.
A female trio perform a series of hammed up sketches intended to explore the relationship between women and food.
The Black sea gentlemen return to the Fringe with a cabaret noir of mournful music, strange characters and stunning visual theatre.
Spend a pleasurable hour in the warm company of this affable Irish comedian.
Jules Verne meets The League of Gentlemen in this comic book of macabre characters come to life.
The Old Spice Boys make their debut on the Fringe with a fun show that will get your toes tapping to swing, jazz, reggae and blues rhythms.
A barn-storming performance of old style country from this Tennessee quartet.
It seems like a great idea to base a show on the intriguing Insect Circus Museum.
This talented Belgian duo have wowed audiences in Australia and New York and are set to sparkle on this years Edinburgh Fringe.
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