Lady Rizo is a dazzling and bewitching temptress; a blinding star in the glittering galaxy of New York cabaret.
The Colour Ham will give you a magical and very silly evening to remember.
Alan Anderson is one of Scotland’s most charming comperes and a very talented man.
Dolly Mixture, the debut solo show of character comedienne Anna Morris, is not quite as it first appears.
Devvo, the internet sensation, brings his unique brand of stand-up to the Fringe after a successful string of MC gigs across the UK.
Harry Baker: World Slam Champion 2012, immaculate wordsmith and genuinely nice guy.
You may want to ask Pete Heat down to the pub after the show to bask in his warm, childlike grin and offhand, surreal humour.
Stewart Lee’s 2012 show had already had quite an airing before it came to The Assembly Rooms for the Fringe.
Steve Shanyaski provides an hour of solid laughs; this loveable Mancunian has a twinkle in his eye and a high energy routine that will leave you giggling.
This improvised play, different every evening, is a surreal and absurd delight from the improvised comedy group of the University of Nottingham.
Heath Franklin’s Chopper claims to be the ‘International Ambassador of Hard’.
Vikki Stone is no stranger to the Fringe; she has graced Edinburgh with her effervescent brand of musical comedy before.
Stumbling in on this show is like discovering a bizarre yet dazzling gem in the back of a thrift shop.
Monkey Poet’s combination of heavily political stand-up and performance poetry will be the darkest, rudest and funniest thing you see at the Free Fringe.
Mark Little’s career has spanned many successful years in television and theatre and he has also brought several shows to the Fringe before.
Stu and Garry have been working together for twenty years.
Your walk home from this late night show will be overwhelmingly consumed with the dilemma, ‘Was that utterly brilliant or completely terrible?’ The New Conway Dimension defies …
Citymoves Productions’ ‘GOD (Grumpy Old Dancers)’ combines two contrasting personalities in a darkly comic exploration of grumpiness.
Stuart Goldsmith is becoming a consistent Fringe must-see; he is understated and refreshing compared with the barrage of male Fringe comics whining on about their girlfriends and m…
Chris Martin does himself no favours by drawing comparisons between his name and that of the Coldplay frontman.
If Vinegar Knickers really were underwear you’d want to wear them proudly on the outside of your trousers for all to see.
Pattie Brewster, played by Amy Hoggart, is just looking for some friends and she’s hoping that her Edinburgh audiences will provide.
Slow Clap’s Truth epitomises the power of independent comedy.
Dr Ettrick-Hogg is the very macho compere for this evening of male stand-ups talking about manly things and being generally masculine.
Viva Gribbostania! is a whirlwind of infectious enthusiasm from this Liverpudlian satirist and it is refreshing to see a comedy show with a strong premise and an opinion.