Laugh your Farce Off is a collation of three new pieces of farcical writing, performed and produced by multiple artists involved in other shows at the Fringe.
Six Lip Theatre’s production of Faustus is hit and miss at best.
The affably natured Rod Hunter, John Purves and Les Sinclair bring their charming stand-up routine of one-liners galore and light observation to the Bee Hive Inn.
In an attempt to find the ultimate remedy for anxiety, Making Faces comedy sketch group move at fast pace, exploring themes relative to their subject through song, poetry, awkwardn…
The Sorries are talented, kilt clad, musical maestros Douglas Kay and Martin Philip.
Bennets Bar, as it has been my delight to discover, is one of Edinburgh’s best-kept secrets, stocking and selling only the finest malts from across the world.
Fringe debutant Patrick Turpin takes his audience on a trip down memory lane, as he bids for their approval.
Improv can be the most hit and miss of comedy styles.
Absolute Improv Stories is a witty, hour-long show where children can transform their ideas into stories for the stage.
Sally-Anne Hayward delivers a highly personal, heart-warming show as she dives us head first into some of the more uncomfortable areas of her life.
Pete Cain, London’s wicked working class hero brings his manifesto for the future of the United Kingdom to the Assembly Rooms, in an attempt to solve each of his audience member�…
Powered by the enigmatic personalities of compère Chris Turner, David Elms and Adam Hess, AAA Batteries is a show brimming full of energy, improvised humour and finely tuned routi…
At 5pm, four young men take on a daily mission of fitting a record number of sketches into one hour of comedy.
Writing a review for Quite Nice Theatre’s Snakes the Musical is an interesting concept, as the musical hasn’t actually happened yet.
Last year’s Best Newcomer at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Ronny Chieng holds high expectations in his debut at the Edinburgh Fringe.
In her 22nd year of visiting the Edinburgh Fringe, the ever chirpy, evergreen Lucy Porter puts her identity in front of the audience as she explains her confused, northern routes.
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