The Alternative Comedy Memorial Society, or ACMS, is a late-night comedy showcase.
Eric is a friendly, unassuming man whose Tales of the Sea take you through his time spent on submarines in the Royal Navy.
Simon Munnery believes that the camera should be used more in live performance, and the result is the fantastical world of his Fylm School.
The main thing that you need to know about this show is that something about it is absolutely and completely unexpected.
Ben Target is in no way an average stand-up.
Le Gateau Chocolat is an experienced and highly talented performer, with several successful cabaret shows under his belt.
Holly Burn, or Kirsty K as she’s known for the purposes of this show, immediately drops her audience into a bizarre and high-energy scenario.
Ross & Rachel is an exploration of beyond ‘happily ever after’, using the two Friends characters we all know so well as a medium through which to explore the artifice of relati…
Tom Parry, formerly a third of sketch group Pappy’s, presents Yellow T-Shirt, his first solo show, at this year’s Fringe.
How to Keep an Alien is an autobiographical story written and performed by Irish actress Sonya Kelly.
Vagabond: Where Will the Wind Take You? is the story of three vagabonds, or clowns, called Cazzo, Lazzo and Pazzo.
Festival of the Spoken Nerd present a variety of comedy stylings on maths, physics, and all things ‘nerdy’.
Performer Paul Nathan informs his audience before they enter the space that ‘Moms and Dads get Champagne, kids get insults’.
In Max and Ivan: The End, the eponymous duo take you on a guided tour of the small town of Sudley-on-Sea, introducing you to all of the residents.
Tatterdemalion is a one-man mime and puppetry show in which the audience are among the most essential elements.
Fast Fringe is a comedy showcase of comedy and variety acts from all over the fringe with a simple but entertaining premise: each performer, all selected by comedy website Chortle,…
Sam Simmons’ show is completely mad right off the bat.
The Princess and the Pea follows the story of the lonely Prince Jethro.
Alan Cox is Harry Houdini and Phill Jupitus is Arthur Conan Doyle in a play exploring a belief in the spiritual and the reasons that can lead you to believe in something which nobo…
This year, Yianni explores “the line”: how do we cross the line in telling jokes, and who decides where it is? He conducts his investigation through a series of anecdotes and d…
This is one of the strangest hours I have ever passed.
‘Art Attack’ is a compelling exhibition of a handful of well-chosen international artists that will engage all those who visit.
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