Paul Merton and his “Impro Chums”: Mike McShane, Lee Simpson, Richard Vranch and Suki Webster, have been practising short form improvised comedy for decades and bring their com…
Ben and Tom are the Thinking Drinkers, a pair of sharply tuxedoed bartenders intending to lead their audience’s through their search for history’s best drinkers.
Sam Nicoresti and Tom Burgess used to be on Nickelodeon until “the incident we can’t talk about”, happened.
Jim Higo and Miki Higgins are, in one word, brave.
You may not realise this, but we are in the future.
Al Murray, one of UK comedy’s longest-standing character
acts, is classed amongst the biggest names at the inaugural Great Yorkshire
Lapin Wants Breakfast is the bilingual story of a hungry rabbit desperate for his petit-dejeuner.
When DeAnne Smith entered the stage dressed in an adorable ensemble, picks up her ukulele and started singing a tune that sounded like it had been lifted from the soundtrack of 500…
Wet Paint is made up of two magicians, Ben Hart and Neil Kelso, with ‘ideas so fresh they’re still wet’.
Conor O’Toole, with a tremendous amount of forethought, has already made plans for his funeral, from the service to the sandwiches.
The premise of If Walls Could Talk is deceptively simple.
As always, there are a multitude of comedy sketch shows at this year’s Fringe.
Peter Tate writes, directs and stars in this cacophony of self-indulgence.
This pair of independent comedians is sure to evoke a titter from even the stoniest of critics.
The premise of Battle of Britain is very simple and one that has been done to death: which is the better half of Britain, the North or the South? For the purpose of this exercise w…
It is surprising to see Hanks and Conran screw up the duo dynamic entirely.
Set over the duration of one Christmas Eve, Festive Season is an abstract exploration of familial responsibility and the loss of loved ones.
Written by (and starring) Jenn Robbins, The Smoking Boy is the story of an upper middle class family from New Haven, Connecticut, in 1917 amidst America’s entry into the Great Wa…
Comfort in Chaos is unsure of itself, just as Cooke seems to be unsure of himself.
The title of this particular show may lead you to expect certain things that the final product fails to deliver in every way.
Evelyn Evelyn are two musically talented yet utterly quirky conjoined twins hailing from Walla Walla, Washington.
The I Hate Children Children’s Show is back for another Fringe and this year, they’re meaner than ever.
Northern Theatre Company take the classic musical Sweet Charity and transpose it into the gay scene of modern day New York with an almost entirely male cast.
John Hastings’ Edinburgh preview is nowhere near as unrelenting as the title suggests at first glance.
The Vocal Associates bring distinguished composer Tony Makarome’s musical adaptation of Aesop’s fables to this year’s Fringe.
Swimming With My Mother features a real mother and son, Madge and David Bolger, exploring their relationship and mutual love for swimming and dancing through a 40-minute show accom…
Comic and self-confessed ‘try-too-hard’ Gráinne Maguire visits Edinburgh this year with her latest show Where Are All the Fun Places and Are Lots of People There Having Better…
In this show, Hannah Gadsby takes us through an art history lecture covering the developing representation of the Virgin Mary in Eastern and Western art since the 3rd Century AD.
Richard Shelton may be known for his role as murderous Dr.
Nick Sun’s latest show, Potty Time!, is truly bizarre.
A mother, lover and cuckolded spouse describe their relationships with an unnamed victim that links them together through rounds of rhyming soliloquy.
A man is preparing for his wedding day and thanks the audience for responding to his ad looking for wedding guests.
Josie Long’s latest solo show at this year’s Fringe is optimistically titled Romance and Adventure.
Isobel Cohen’s latest production, Within Range, is set in November 1989 at the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Comedian Neil Dagley is Flange Krammer; German Olympic skiing sensation and interminable ladies’ man.
C Theatre perform Hans Christian Andersen’s much-loved children’s story about the tough life of a little misfit cygnet trying to fit in in a world which only judges him on his oute…
Four students fresh out of sixth-form take inspiration from Philip Larkin’s famous poem ‘ This Be the Verse’ (They f**k you up, your mum and dad/ They may not mean to, but t…
Henry Adam’s Petrol Jesus Nightmare is set in a military hideout against the backdrop of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Knot Theory presents a new piece of writing about the decline of a suburban family in a piece of new writing by Niki Orfanou.
The Norfolk Youth Music Theatre present The Card, a musical charting the rise of cheeky northerner Denry Machin from washerwoman’s son to Mayor of his town.
In this show comedian Stephen Carlin claims he can split the entirety of the human race into two separate camps: pandas and penguins.
The premise of Juliet Meyers’ show is quirky and original and provides a solid anchor to her routine.
Like a Glaswegian Louie Spence, Edward Reid bounds through an hour of anecdotes and musical numbers with enough campness and glitter to make you think you’ve accidentally stumble…
This is the European debut of Anthony J.
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