‘Wow’ doesn’t even begin to describe the talents of these two comedians.
The critically acclaimed Doctor Brown took to the stage to perform eight back-to-back shows with each performance building upon the highlights of the previous, with the final show …
Paul Merton and his impro chums return to Edinburgh for their tenth festival run, delivering many more hours of top quality improv.
This morning I woke up feeling slightly queasy and it wasn’t because of the daily fringe festival hangover.
Here she be: Nat Luurtsema, one third of the critically acclaimed sketch trio ‘Jigsaw’, back in Edinburgh with her first solo stand-up show in three years.
Well-travelled tomboy Stella Graham returns to the free fringe with an hours worth of stand-up about her fear mongering mother and jet setter lifestyle.
Alfie Brown is one of the most thought provoking and captivating stand-up comedians of our generation.
2012 Foster’s Comedy Award Best Newcomer nominee Joe Lycett is back in Edinburgh with his latest stand-up show If You Lycett Then You Should’ve Put A Ring On It.
Meet the birthday girls Rose Johnson, Camille Ucan and Beattie Edmondson.
There is a buzz amongst comedy lovers at the Fringe this year and it is all because of newcomer Aisling Bea.
Tom Rosenthal’s talent as a stand-up comedian is undeniable.
Debatably ginger Geordie comedian Kai Humphries is shameless.
With quite a weighty reputation you would expect great things from the Oxford Imps, so naturally I was excited as they leaped on stage to deliver a decent and energetic introductio…
Year after year, a plethora of improv acts arrive in Edinburgh for the fringe.
It was surprising to see that Romesh Ranganathan’s debut fringe show, Rom Com, was not listed as one of Time Out’s top ten newcomers.
Tim Vine returns to the Fringe this year with an hour’s worth of puns, silly songs and audience participation.