In the ironically grand setting of the Assembly Rooms, Owen Jones gave a rallying and convincing cry against the establishment.
Nick Helm’s Two Night Stand in the Grand is an epic comedy rock show worthy of its massive venue.
In a small, dark room on a
sparingly set stage, four figures stand frozen, their eyes wide and their
mouths stretched into clown-like smiles, their bodies tense and hands splayed…
Foul Play offers up the filthiest material from the most daring comics, and it really doesn’t disappoint.
Tripped Theatre’s stylised adaptation of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream fits one of the Bard’s most famous and fun plays into the space of one hour, with only four…
In addition to coming back to the fringe with last year’s critically acclaimed The Dark Room, John Robertson is also performing a more traditional stand up show, A Nifty History …
How do you go about describing Goose (An Odd One-Man Comedy Whodunnit)? It’s one of those shows that you just have to see with your own eyes to understand it’s sheer awesomenes…
In the appropriately grand
setting at Assembly Roxy, this adaptation of The Great Gatsby fuses
modern music, simple but effective set design, exquisite dancing and decadent
Winter Is Coming is a ludicrous take on the popular TV series, Game of Thrones.
Many will be thrilled to see that the infectiously funny Kai Humphries is back at the Fringe with his new show Stuff Protocol.
Clever, funny and adorably weird, Harry Mitchell and Lowell Belfield, otherwise known as I am, I am, are already one of this year’s Fringe highlights.
Armada is a musical about war, love…and telepathy.
Although at first you can’t quite tell why, there is something different about Stephen Tobin’s prints.
David O’Doherty, Jenny Éclair, Joe Lycett and Pierre Nouvellie joined Mark Olver for Dancing About Architecture, a friendly live afternoon chat show where comedians talk about c…
Musical history has been unfair to Brian Appleton, the rock musicologist who claims to have been instrumental in the development of prog rock, The Smiths and Phil Collins.
Stu and Garry in The Catchily Titled Improv Show is an hour of absolutely roaring comedy that will have you crippled with laughter.
In a modest room, 202 photographs specially selected by a panel of judges from thousands of entries are hung on temporary boards that line the walls.
Owen Hughes and Mabel Slattery have very different styles.
Imagine if Edgar Allan Poe and Marie Antoinette presented an hour of painfully terrible stand up, inviting guests to join them to plug their equally terrible shows, read poetry and…
Laugh & Cry is an exploration of public and private personas, choreographed by Evangelia Kolyra, and performed by three dancers.
Who knew that a park bench could be the site of comedy? Sketch group Jam Sponge Comedy are determined to show us just how funny a park bench can be.
Featuring a compelling trio of dancers, watching Unholy Trinity is a powerful and raw experience.
This powerful and intense one man show tells the story of Jacob Rubenstein, also known as Jack Ruby, the man who shot and killed Lee Harvey Oswald just days after Oswald himself as…
Instant Sunshine can really brighten up someone’s day with their old time sounds, musical talent and light comedy.
A strange looking white-coated scientist examines an odd assortment of objects on the floor.
Dave Griffiths is clearly a determined man.
Although the name might imply a show about nymphs, the Bristol Revunions simply used their nymph characters to introduce an hour of fun filled sketches by asking, could this be the…
You awaken to find yourself in a dark room: so begins John Robertson’s interactive comedy hour of live text-based gaming that is so much more fun than it sounds.
In the beautifully grand setting of St Mary’s Cathedral, a small and seemingly unimportant collection of objects are grouped together in the side chapel.
Including some of the newest and brightest stars, you’ll be hard pressed not to enjoy having an early afternoon pint and listening to these entertaining, hilarious and new young …
In an intimate venue in Pleasance, the commanding figure of Luke Benson stepped out in front of the modest but enthusiastic audience full of vibrant energy.
Simon Donald is clearly a funny man.
It’s fair to say that, to a lot of people, mime consists of a man in makeup, wearing white gloves and a stripy top, making big-fish-little-fish-cardboard-box style hand gestures.
Does My Face Look Big In This is a one-woman show with Caroline Hardie, a relatable, witty and energetic comedian.
Dynamic, physical, moving (literally), touching (even more literally) and hilarious; this is the New Art Club, Tom Roden and Pete Shenton, two men who are on a mission to make you …
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