Quizmasters Ian Gordon and Tom Ellis take to the stage in a whirlwind of energy that carries their audience through the entirety of their show.
This solo show presents the story of the ultimate femme fatale, Mata Hari.
Jordan Morris and Jesse Thorn (eponymous hosts of the podcast Jordan, Jesse, Go!) aptly bring their feel-good show to the Pleasance Courtyard.
Welcome to an audience with Jeff Goldblum.
With acts like clean-mouthed comedian ‘Tommy Kittens’, this four-man comedy cabaret group could have you wiping away tears of laughter.
This is not a show for the faint-hearted.
A daft double act, Mr Winchester and his sidekick Tommy present an evening bursting to the brim with classic entertainment.
Viv Groskop positively sparkles on stage.
In her own ridiculous words, Bev is ‘a full time partner, a friend to many and a giver to all’.
The whirr of a granny-mobile jolts into action and within seconds Barry from Watford zooms onto stage, bleating a tuneless song to the utter (and somewhat surprising) delight of th…
A show that gathers different academics, doctors, scientists and the like to intellectually entertain has real potential and if the hour had been filled with funny facts from enter…
This show brings you four-man comedy group 400Hats acting in a variety of short sketches.
Held at The Traverse, a theatre that prides itself on supporting new writing in all its forms, Pre:View gave its audience an exciting insight into the process of perfecting play sc…
In this comfortable fifty minutes or so, likeable Matthew Highton delivers good stand-up comedy that won’t leave you looking at your watch, but you won’t be wishing that it’s…
Fred MacAulay flicks back and forward to Fringes of the past and future in this Fringe delight bursting with hilarious humour.
Virginia Ironside is witty and sparky as she discusses the triumphs, as opposed to the tribulations, of growing old.
Been to a load of shows already? Tired of sitting back as the passive audience member? Want to have your say? Then Britain’s Got F*ck All Talent is for you.
If you are attracted by the glittering diversity of shows offered by the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, then this is one for you.
You’d have to have a heart made of stone not to instantly warm to Tumi Morake.
Are you tired of the persistence of peer pressure to be cool and to fit in? Ruth E.
This has got to be one of the most visually mesmerising fifty minutes that you can spend this month.
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