Taking you back to the roaring 20s, The Easy Rollers is a seven-piece jazz band specialising in music from the speakeasy bars of the Prohibition era.
Magician and comedian extraordinaire, Tom Elliott makes his unmissable Edinburgh Fringe debut in 2020.
Following successful tours of Australia, the USA and the UK, English folk-acoustic duo Skinner and T’witch return to Edinburgh with a live show of original music.
Smokey Joe’s Cafe celebrates many of the greatest hits of the golden age of rock’n’roll in America.
Celebrate the 100th anniversary of Prohibition with flappers, gin fizz and a cabaret concert featuring lost speakeasy songs.
Great value lunchtime comedy compilation showcase featuring the best and brightest of this year’s Fringe comics.
The very best burlesque performers at the Fringe come together for more glamour and risqué late-night entertainment.
Guinness World Record-breaking NewsRevue is the longest-running live comedy on the planet.
Join lifelong friends, Annie and Angela, as they celebrate approaching forty, single and ready to mingle in a drag-infused musical comedy where you’re on the very special guest l…
Get your glad rags on for festival favourite Jess Robinson – as she returns with her incredible live band and a brand-new show! Join the quadruple award winner for an hour of ele…
Warning: This show contains ninjas not magic.
Somehow, Tom Crosbie, the nerd’s nerd, never actually got a degree.
A show about living, laughing, loving and losing your debit card five times in one year.
The semi-final of the 2019 Funny Women Awards.
‘One of the world’s great cabaret singers’ (Time Out) presents unique interpretations of Dylan and Brel alongside her own material.
It’s back, the show on the fringe of the Fringe! Come join us at the Fringe’s best up-and-coming venue for an unpredictable night of music, comedy, dance, magic, poetry and circus!…
The Fawlty Towers Live Themed Dinner Show is one of two similar events happening at this year's Edinburgh Fringe; both themed dinners based on the legendary iconic 1970s sitcom…
Part show, part disco, all party! Electric live performances and three channels of music to choose from on your glowing headphones.
Curated by satirical parody-pop pun merchants The Iain Duncan Smiths, the Eurosceptic Song Contest is a Eurovision for Brexit that features intimate live performances from Borrisse…
Join us for a hedonistic hour of weird, funny and confusing entertainment direct from the seething capital of culture and queerness, Berlin.
Scott Walker was one of popular music’s most fascinating and elusive characters.
YouTube sensation, the Queen, is bringing her unique brand of Christmas messages live to the stage.
We highlight the Latin music elements, which were so important in films internationally, with European tangos, Balkan gypsy jazz and operetta alongside iconic Dietrich hits and new…
French-born Marianne has spent most of her adult life in the UK.
People have much to hide.
Trauma is never an easy thing to talk about.
The Lashes are three queens on the run from Gaylead.
Brand-new show from the award-winning, five-star Glaswegian chanteuse.
Within a basement room of the Hanover Suite (Venue 119) is perhaps the best musical sketch comedy you will find this Fringe.
It’s hard to make a comedy about the murder of 45,000 women but Holly Morgan does just that, and then some.
If character comedy tickles your funny bone then look no further than An Audience With Yasmine Day at Pleasance Courtyard.
The lights are low.
Welcome to Pamela’s Palace.
Coming off their sold out shows at Feinstein’s/54 Below in New York City and Rockwell Table and Stage in Los Angeles, this concert version of Dahan and D’Angelo’s emotional and exp…
An award-winning, one-woman science comedy-musical about the neuroscience of love and loneliness.
Join West End Producer as he auditions special guests for his Free Willy musical.
Why is it when we think of the piano it is always men at the forefront? ‘Sing us a song, you’re the piano man.
UK’s No 1 swing band, The Jive Aces, present their biggest theatre show to date The Big Beat Revue! Also featuring Kara Lane, Lottie B and Grazia Bevilacqua, this show features t…
‘If it weren’t for music, I would’ve ended up in a life of crime.
Satirical four-star solo show with original songs, topical stories and Jewish humour.
Murder Ballads is adapted from the 1995 album of the same name by cult artist Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds.
The TAHP present their late-night sessions at the Argyle, featuring songs from Scotland and Canada, jazz classics and little-known gems.
Almost a concert, kind of a stand-up comedy show, maybe a musical, The Bald-Faced Truth is a thrilling collision of song and satire.
I can guarantee that you aren’t ready for For Only An Hour, the brain- and body- and life- and love- child of dancer Phil Sanger.
Rae Mac’s welcomes back cabaret diva Tricity Vogue for more ukulele fun.
It’s Twonkey’s tenth year on the Fringe and he’s here to celebrate with a show that may or may not be the most baffling yet.
Will the Fool ascend the tower to dwell in the chambers of the moon? Will the Hermit jump in a chariot and spin the wheel of fortune? You might discover the answers by checking out…
Sex Shells is a rampant and rambunctious hour of reverie, a camp cabaret that’s exceptionally remarkable in style.
Following a surprising (and culturally deeply unsettling) smash-hit, sell-out run at last year’s Fringe, this mind-bogglingly awful, disquietingly successful idea for a late-night …
Follow us down the rabbit hole to discover heroes and villains, witches and more in The Bohemians’ take on a classic theme.
What do you get when you blend the works of William Shakespeare, with an all singing and dancing musical extravaganza? You get the Elizabethan’s answer to Flight of the Conchords…
Carole King, Amy Lee, Nina Simone, Judith Weir, Clara Schumann… Historically, it was believed women did not have the required strength to really play the piano and that it was no…
After a sell-out Fringe, Mawaan (BBC Three, Netflix) is back to shape a new bonkers show.
You’ll be forgiven if you’ve not heard of Luke Jermay before, but within the Magic and Mind Reading communities he is a well respected and accomplished performer, a prolific wr…
Louisa Fitzhardinge’s magnum opus, Comma Sutra, promises to twang on the heartstrings of all us self-appointed vigilante protectors of the fundamental principles of the English L…
Ginger Johnsons’ Happy Place playing at Pleasance Dome is undefinable in an utterly enjoyable way: It is a mash-up of Mr.
In the queue for Flanders and Swann, I was struck (but not entirely surprised) that the audience were of a higher age demographic than any of the other 250 or so Edinburgh Fringe s…
Kaye dazzles, a heady combination of eyelashes and rhinestones, a force to be reckoned with as he greets each of his guests on the way in and on the way out of his show.
Alternative Comedy It’s Downstairs! (ACID!) is Leeds’ infamous, illicit, alternative comedy night! Hosts Kenrick and Miller bring you the finest in late-night absurdity, with a…
A cabaret with songs and stories about love, and loss of love (and cake crops up too).
Join Monski Mouse and friends: Richard Crawley, Amy Gwilliam and cabaret superstar Dusty Limits for a live musical cabaret of nursery classics, reworked song, puppetry and fun for …
An action-packed hour combining elements of storytelling, clown and cabaret, themed around coming-of-age sexual awakenings and queer adolescence.
Bugle Boys wowed crowds at the 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe and are back for more this year.
Cult hit Jollyboat (the ‘geeky flight of the conchords’) present their best comedy songs from 10 years on the Fringe.
‘The first time I heard Andrea Carlson, I was in love!’ (Charlie Silvestri, UpCloseAndAcoustic.
After sell-out shows last year with The Second Annual Black Comedy Showcase, we’re back once again and the third times a charm.
Stars of The Football Show on YahooSport, Jim and Dave perform a comedy show about the beautiful game.
How do you find love if you’re too ugly for Love Island? According to Nicola’s mother you contact the Daily Mail.
Fringe legends Jollyboat play their new comedy songs, following a sell-out national tour and the second JollyCon fan convention.
Time is ticking for Kate to have a baby.
Brace yourself for Liz Cotton: she is a comic songwriter unlike any other.
The rock’n’roll diary of Marshall Stax.
Known for dusky vocals and biting wit, Edinburgh Fringe regular and award-winning performer Cat Loud sets her sights on the historically female-led sub genre of jazz.
Back by popular demand, presenter and singer Michelle’s latest show, co-written with Bruce Devlin, tells the next instalment in the Glasgow-based life of a glittering global megast…
Maggie Lalley’s one-woman musical comedy tells the true story of her demented stint as a teen witch.
Sublime tribute to George Michael and last year’s Fringe sell-out show returns.
Is the Fringe guide too wide and confusing? We understand.
Global sensation Gingzilla – the award-winning, bearded belle of the Fringe’s most debaucherous ball – and the utterly iconic Late Night Lip Service are back! Featuring heart…
Friday Night Sinner! is a one-woman, horror-comedy musical about a Jewish, sexually repressed, newly married maniac (stick to what you know).
Andy Warhol’s paintings, JFK’s birthday song, NYC subway grate upskirt, the list goes on.
Impressionist, comedian and singer Naomi brings to life all your favourite stars in her brand-new show.
Never-before-seen nonsense on stage.
What happens when two circus performers are sent to prison? They come up with a new Fringe show of course.
Drag sensation Glamrou battles to merge their queer identity and Islamic heritage.
For the first time in Fringe history, the absolute Best of Cabaret amalgamate for a late-night extravaganza of sultry songs, dance varieties, comedic displays and vivacious variety…
Directly from the theatres of Amsterdam, this show brings you equal parts of comedy cabaret, variety show and musical extravaganza.
The legendary Ghost Whisperer Séayoncé is lubed up to mystic it to you in this dragtastic séance! Enter the depths of the spirit world to see how far Séayoncé will go to get w…
A contemporary twist on the phenomenon of the Ziegfeld Follies, serving up spectacular acts of cabaret, dance, comedy and more.
Fancy a snog? Will you marry me? Is the walk of shame avoidable? Kirsty answers all your dating questions with bad advice from years of being a single mid-thirties lady woman.
After a swift rise to fame with her Nobel-nominated book Diary of a Drag Queen, DENIM’s Crystal is back.
Kate Lucas has been told she needs to sell herself more.
Award-winning Edinburgh favourite, Jess Robinson, returns with a brand new show and her fabulous live band.
The best comedy and cabaret at the Fringe! Six sell-out years.
A one-man variety mash-up of story, song and stupidity.
Fringe late-night favourite Best of Burlesque returns with a new all-star extravaganza! An international round-up of the absolute finest in sultry striptease, curvaceous cabaret an…
Len Blanco’s the modern man of your dreams: Woke.
Richard Shelton’s masterful show revealing the man behind the music returns following a sold out West End season.
See a selection of performers from the very best of this year’s Free Fringe Festival shows, in the big gala launch night, party and general great start to this year’s Edinburgh Fri…
When you’re duelling with life – it’s the blows that make shows! Australian comic and ex-Neighbours star Grant Busé is set to satirically serenade Edinburgh with his ‘ingenious …
There are two sides to every story.
The Fringe’s favourite Frenchman returns for his tenth year with an exquisite new show and a live band to abuse.
‘What you are about to witness, theydies and gentlethem, is a cabaret of truths.
Born in a snow bank on the Manitoba/Nunavut border to a family of nomadic caribou hunters, Cree playwright, pianist and musician Tomson Highway has been called one of the most impo…
‘There’s no humour in having so many tumours’.
‘Who are you?’ asked the Cheshire cat.
As a reviewer I'm fortunate enough to get free tickets to many shows.
Like a piano player in brothel or a chanteuse at an orgy, Sabrina Chap is the fallen woman of cabaret.
The Fringe of the Fringe is back! For the fourth year running, Edinburgh Festival Camping is hosting the show on The Fringe of the Fringe! An unpredictable night of performers from…
Here is something special and unusual: the life and death of Franz Ferdinand, Archduke and heir presumptive to the Austro-Hungarian throne, remixed into a cabaret history lecture b…
Quick, hide! The Fringe favourite returns with a brand-new hour of extraordinary absurdist character comedy nonsense.
Brace yourself for an hour of ‘richly layered contemporary and Louisiana music’ (Herald) and thought-provoking spoken word in this straight-from-the-bayou cabaret theatre extravaga…
We’ve all been there, the shattering realisation that you’re not Adele.
Step into the glamorous Roaring Twenties as the inimitable Hester and Ruby bring their speakeasy spirit to Edinburgh.
Sing us a song, you’re the piano man.
Things Live! A variety cabaret of Dragtime’s most unusual and magical drag performances yet.
True to the show’s name, Richard Shelton gives us an intimate, raw glimpse into Frank Sinatra’s private life.
Returning for this their third annual evening of cabaret, the members of St Giles’ Cathedral Choir shirk their choir robes once more to perform a sparkling cocktail of (decidedly…
Sex, sequins, and scintillating musical numbers are all brought to bear into writer/performer Peter Groom’s one man (Woman?) show about the life and times of the glamourous gay i…
As you enter the cavernous, tunnel-like venue, the scene is set with cool music playing, whilst the stage is strewn with various artistic accoutrements: an easel, paints, brushes a…
Direct from sell-out performances in London’s glittering West End, the Edinburgh phenomenon and absolute staple is back for an eleventh elephantine year! Tim and Jordan present t…
One hour, 26 sketches stretching chronologically through 26 letters of the alphabet.
Die Gl’Amouresque is a Berlin-based burlesque and cabaret act with vintage charm and a modern twist.
Back once again for the renegade master.
The supernova of international cabaret and festival favourite, Sven Ratzke returns to Edinburgh in a spectacular embodiment of all that is fatal, peculiar and enigmatic in a man’s …
Morgan bursts on stage dressed in a costume which is a parody of both an angel and madonna - a white bedsheet with foil halo and neon traffic cone boobs.
Satirical and hilarious.
The UK’s number one jive and swing band, The Jive Aces are teaming up with the all-dancing, all-singing, all-tapping pinup darlings The Satin Dollz to bring you a swingin’ vintage …
Laura Curnick and Jack Mosedale are Mother and this is their show.
The UK’s number one Tommy Cooper tribute returns to the Fringe! Tommy Cooper was a true comic genius.
Have we reached a point where Courtney Act needs no introduction? Beloved winner of this year’s Celebrity Big Brother and previous finalist on American juggernaut Ru Paul’s Dra…
Fresh from a year of touring around Australia and the East, Henry is back and has something to say.
John-Luke Roberts is, for a certaint quotient, one of the staples of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
In the resplendent surroundings of the Assembly Speigeltent, a pumping rendition of Cherry Bomb blasts out the promise of an hour of alternative grandeur.
Two one-off evenings, two all-star Canadian line-ups.
If you like your cabaret kick-ass, feminist, patriarchy-smashing and unabashedly consensual, do not miss Glittery Clittery Fringe Wives Club.
Scotland’s sultry star returns to The Jazz Bar, Edinburgh’s live music hot spot, with a spellbinding hour of jazz classics and original songs.
Enjoy a feast of songs performed by (classically-trained) singer Heidi Innes and (Thomas Beecham Scholarship) pianist Nick Launert from Sondheim’s most beloved shows including A Li…
The Rocky Horror Night at Frankenstein’s — now in its 17th year — is one of the staple nightlife experiences in Edinburgh.
Poetry Bordello is a deliciously naughty blend of risqué spoken word and astounding burlesque performance brought to you by List Hot 100 performance poetry company – Poetry Circ…
An outstanding singular performance by Peter Clements, that draws upon - yet uniquely embraces - the fine traditions of drag queen finesse, dark humour, sexual allure and celebrati…
The talented performers of Edinburgh Music Theatre return with an unmissable evening of musical theatre classics you will know and love.
A family-friendly mixed bag ranging from cabaret to comedy via spoken word and theatre.
Can you decide how you’re remembered? Would you want to? Would you leave a video behind just in case? Two people on stage.
Returning with a brand-new kick-ass sequel, Queen’s bass guitar dances across sexual politics.
A hand-picked selection of the best performers at the Fringe.
From the humid and dark recesses of Greenside Infirmary Street, a particularly fabulous member of the aristocracy takes us through a rollicking and camp-filled history of homosexua…
A new weekly event bringing together some of the Fringe’s most exciting artists for a mix of chat, comedy and performance.
Welcome to our open-hearted open mic, where you can enjoy features from fantastic spoken word artists and different special guests daily, with a sumptuous cabaret vibe.
After the success of the First Annual Black Comedy Showcase, we’re back – bigger, better and blacker.
Fringe legends Jollyboat play their new comedy songs, following a sell-out national tour and the first JollyCon fan convention.
It’s not the Fringe without Jollyboat! The cult hit, back for their ninth year.
Wip It! A split hour of stand-up, storytelling, characters, raps and musical comedy.
Edith Piaf and Jacques Brel: two French musical icons.
Excitement! Drama! Romance! And… knitting? A scintillating cabaret, featuring the lost knitting songs of WWI and WWII from Canada, Britain, America and France.
Fresh from last year’s Bubbles and Martini sell-out hit, this show features the forever charming Michael Bublé tribute host Michael Bubbles in conversation, taking the audience …
We all have some evil in us: there is a Mr Hyde to our Dr Jekyll, a yin to our yang, a fig roll to our jaffa cake.
A man is murdered at a wedding but whodunnit? Three women have motive and means.
The Le Monde Hotel cabaret show is at the forefront for discerning Fringe-goers and is a must-see of the festival! Relax in our luxurious Dirty Martini lounge, enjoy a cocktail or …
Powerhouse madwoman Miss Monica Salvi brings back to Edinburgh her scintillating cabaret tour-de-force, with finely-tuned musical gems administered with the aid of her psychothera-…
Enjoy a showcase of the best comedy talent to kick-start your day with our hand-picked selection – and watch what you should be seeing more of from around the city.
This is a highly original one-man show – a combination of acoustic guitar and light-hearted verse touching subjects as diverse as vanity, marriage, safaris, demolition, ambition,…
Sister Mary McArthur returns to the Fringe following her triumphant five-star show of 2017.
After last year’s sell-out show, Pete Sinclair returns with his cool crooners and a new mix of hits from The Great American Songbook: numbers like Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, S…
A Eurovision for Brexit, as conceived by the UK’s foremost IDS themed Smiths tribute band The Iain Duncan Smiths.
Vaudeville, comedy and cabaret are all on the menu in a five-star feast of first-rate fun.
Five pop princesses celebrate the power of being yourself.
Those that made the cut – featuring some of the best circus acts on the Fringe.
Come along and enjoy a fantastic sing-along to the musical classics.
‘In my view, best new show at Leicester Comedy Festival’ (Tony Booth, Leicester Comedy Festival Judge).
Fun and frenetic cabaret revue combining songs, sketches and observations in a hilarious celebration of the world’s biggest arts festival.
A work-in-progress musical comedy show set in a library at the end of the world.
An anarchic, unprecedented and hilarious insight into the life of a stripper in London’s fast-changing cityscape.
New Zealand’s favourite showband return to the Fringe with the world premiere of a new work.
After a sell-out global pop tour that came to an earth-shattering finale in Edinburgh last year – Denim broke up.
Phil Kay 2.
Agenda Benders presents Witty Gritty Bitty Fitty Committee.
Aussie globetrotting comedian-storyteller Frank Hadchiti and Italian surrealist entertainer Fico Fellini met one damp autumn night at a West Berlin comedy open mic night.
London’s campest musical sketch comedy quartet is here to flame on your parade! Sex Shells is an explosion of original music, surreal sketches, wayward choreography and twisted rew…
One Venezuelan beauty queen goes on a radical journey of self-discovery as she prepares for the all-important Miss Universe competition.
Impressionist Naomi McDonald smashes down the doors to celebs’ dressing rooms, grabs them by the scruff of the neck and body slams them onto the stage.
Part of the Fringe Central Events Programme for Fringe participants.
Two actors play 25 characters in this Edinburgh and London hit transplanted to a specially created 1940s-style venue unique to this show, celebrating the 50th birthday of Croft and…
‘Do you believe in love.
After their multi award-winning debut at last year’s Edinburgh Fringe, the hot gays are back.
Following more successful shows at festivals worldwide, the popular show returns with a revolving line-up of acts selected from the best comedians, cabaret acts, children’s ente…
Margo Lion, celebrated Weimar Berlin cabaret star and lover of Marlene Dietrich, is gripped by the decadence and debauchery of 1930s Berlin.
After performing to sold out crowds in Toronto, Death Ray Cabaret returns to the Edinburgh Fringe with more fast-paced songs and break-neck banter.
The whole world is on edge.
UK rising comedy star Nicky Wilkinson returns to Edinburgh with her hotly anticipated new show, Happy: a fun-packed hour of stand-up, pies and party games.
You’ve never seen comedy like this before.
Frieda Love is a cabaret clown attempting to save the world through comedy song, dance and guerrilla burlesque.
Late Night features one-off takeovers from the best of the fest, cabarets stuffed to the gunnels with LOLs, and even a couple of token straight white comedy dudes! Weird, hilarious…
Comedian and impressionist Luke Kempner and his multiple personalities host an ultimate reality show where no one is off limits.
Lovecraft (Not the Sex Shop in Cardiff) is a one-woman science/comedy/music show.
We are the ones that fall between Gen-X and Gen-Y.
Mawaan brings you a deeply personal and skilfully physical show about love, freedom and Missy Elliot.
Following four sell-out Fringe runs and marking 30 years of Section 28, the Iron Lady returns in her original 80s drag cabaret extravaganza! On the eve of a crucial vote, Maggie ge…
Parody on love, friendship and shoes.
A rip-roaring Edinburgh debut from a showbiz icon who lives to perform, and performs to live.
We need to talk about ‘the talk’.
What do you get when a Pole, a Turk and a Brit turn up at a funeral? A cabaret.
Join us exactly 50 years after the first TV broadcast of Croft and Perry’s classic sitcom to celebrate the show’s golden anniversary, as two actors play 25 characters in vintage ep…
Elaine Davidson is something of an Edinburgh icon.
Wicked musical comedy from the political parody specialists, singing truth to power for their ninth (and final) Fringe year and raising their game with a one-off, full-length extra…
The final anarchic annual two-hour charity variety show celebrating the life and random irresponsibility of the godfather of British alternative comedy, filled with bizarre acts, e…
A charismatic charmer and a smasher of pianos.
There are moments of brilliance in this one-person-variety-show, but Joan’s intriguing idea is let down by lack of critical editing.
Created through a series of devised rituals performed every month during the dark moon (when the moon is black against the sky) for three months, this show is part lecture, part si…
Richard from The Carpenters used to be on top of the world looking down on creation, to the left of (and slightly behind) Karen.
Following sell-out UK shows and a recent stint at Melbourne International Comedy Festival, disability rights activist and actor Liz Carr (BBC’s Silent Witness) brings you her TED t…
It’s kicking off all over Europe: on our footy pitches as well as our borders.
Comedian, musician and award-winning actor Bill Larkin from Chicago performs songs at the piano that the Los Angeles Times call ‘bitingly satirical’.
The multi award-winning show about Joan of Arc returns! Performed by drag king champion Lucy Jane Parkinson, history’s greatest gender warrior takes the stage dragging up as the me…
It’s pop in a dazzling new costume.
Adele is Younger Than Us is a hilarious, down to earth comedy about the everyday struggles that ‘normal’ girls face.
Twonkey is lost in the jungle.
The notorious space-pirate troubadours are back in orbit, bringing you a heady mix of story and song, leaving a trail of destruction and madness in their wake.
Spank’s big sister returns with sexier hosts and more awesome comedy and cabaret – don’t miss the ‘best wild night out’ (Scotland on Sunday).
Wicked musical comedy from the political parody specialists, singing truth to power for their ninth – and final – year at the Fringe, previewing new material targeting Bolshevi…
Returning after their first immensely popular After Dark outing last year, the multi-talented Cathedral Choir singers return with another sparkling cocktail of decidedly non-sacred…
Lady Carol, doyenne of cabaret and comedy ukulele songs for over ten years has reinvented herself and now she’s just Carol Cates.
This is the show we’ve been waiting for.
In this blues-based reflection on the modern condition, these virtuosic musicians explore traditional topics of the blues (work, money and society) with a contemporary twist.
A theatrical twist on the traditional magic show, A Case of Wonders combines magic, comedy and special effects in its Edinburgh Fringe debut promising to be something out of the or…
‘Jaw-dropping entertainment from a modern day wizard’ ***** (Telegraph).
A midnight cabaret featuring “the wildest acts from across the Fringe” is setting itself up for some pretty high standards.
Sibling duo Otto & Astrid have abandoned their punk roots in search of commercial success.
An evening of performance in the middle of the afternoon.
We’ll Meet Again, White Cliffs of Dover, There’ll Always be an England: Dame Vera Lynn’s nostalgic songs defined a generation.
Jungmann Productions brings the premiere of Piaf Remembered to the Edinburgh Fringe.
Philip Contini sings your favourite Neapolitan songs with his Be Happy Band live on stage.
(*A real-life quote from a real-life reviewer.
Vote alongside international talent scouts, relishing the excitement of seeing 2017’s hottest breakthrough stars in the making.
There is a woman sprawled across the keys of a grand piano.
The Millennial generation goes by many names: Echo Boomers, Peter Pan and now, after the millennial star of the show, Jennaration Y.
A single red lamp shade hangs above the stage in Assembly’s Spiegeltent Palais Du Variete.
If I were to condense this review into a single word, it would unfortunately have to be the title.
Suave, debonair and immaculately presented, Aaron Calvert has the audience entranced from the opening seconds of his new show, Awaken.
Denim, a drag Haus come girl band, are on tour and they’ve finally reached Wembley Arena (actually, the Belly Laugh at Underbelly).
Returning from Australia after a successful Edinburgh Fringe debut in 2016, A Case of You is a poignant, imaginative and dynamic homage to one of the greatest songwriters of the Wo…
Legendary cabaret artists and arch dissectors of gender norms, Dive Queer Party are celebrating 70 years of the Edinburgh festivals (and 50 years since the decriminalisation of hom…
World premiere! Award-winning entertainer, rhythm and blues legend, Brown takes classic renditions of the king of rock’n’roll, Chuck Berry, along with a dance and tap style befitti…
Loo Roll is a comedy sketch show about a woman who’s been left in a giant green bin.
The Iconoclasts is a perfect example of why one should never go into a show with any expectations.
Unleash your inner queen! Via Shakespeare, Chekhov to RuPaul, a kickass theatre-cum-cabaret tour de force exploring sexual politics and identity, revealing how an exotic dancer bec…
Songs you know and love presented by cabaret specialists Patrice and Richard, who have performed on the east coast in the US, Hawaii, Ireland and on cruise ships.
The year is 1987.
A special stripped-down lineup of The Blueswater play an upbeat swampy set of blues songs decided in advance by fans on social media.
Who will risk their life tonight? A rotating bill of bang-up performers from all over the Fringe, hand-picked by your charming Russian hostess Shantisha, the only belly dancing com…
Steve McLean curates and introduces a revolving roster of some of the quirkiest acts from the comedy circuit and the funniest folk from cabaret land.
The Ruby Darlings are back for a limited run only, presenting Lil’ Darling’s solo show.
Single comedians from around the Fringe will try to laugh their way into your… hearts in this unique and fun-filled compilation cabaret show.
A cabaret with the best performance Egypt, Syria, Palestine, Morocco and Scotland have to offer! Come relax with the best drama, comedy, dance, music and otherness from the Arab Wo…
The perfect appetiser for your early evening on the Fringe.
Megan was looking forward to her hot date with a doctor.
Becky Rimmer, along with her father and mother, Mervyn and Gaye Rimmer, invite you to join them in the celebration of Becky’s Bat Mitzvah! Gaye asks that any young boys coming to t…
Now in its tenth year, Forth on the Fringe is the largest showcase event of Fringe entertainment available at this year’s festival.
In a world of fake tan, false eyelashes and Instagram filters, Honestly strips back the bullshit, intimately exploring feminism in the 21st century.
This fun filled revue is choke-full of classic barbershop quartet-style harmonies and pitch-perfect melodies! The show pays homage to the close-harmony guy groups that reached the …
Death Ray Cabaret is the apocalyptic musical comedy show from Second City veterans Kevin Matviw and Jordan Armstrong.
Ding dong the witch is back! Multi award-winning Fringe sensation Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho returns with the most fabulous game show of all! Join the Iron Lady for songs, gam…
A high-octane hour of stand-up, clowning and music.
From a hit season at Adelaide Fringe, Danny Condon finds a grey area between art and science and lifts the lid on some hilarious family dynamics.
A vibrational revolution of being, channeled by a goddess.
Award-nominated Scottish comedian Chris Henry brings his raw and hilarious show about travelling our ludicrous world to the festival.
Part of the Fringe Central Events Programme, for Fringe participants.
High-energy blend of Flamenco rhythms with a Scottish twist.
One year late, because he got the maths wrong, Ivan celebrates 11 years actually on the Fringe with guest appearances from other creations of Tom Binns, who have recently featured …
The Asylum is a fully immersive three hours of theatrical entertainment with two sets of cabaret followed by DJ Loopy in the bar, playing the most bizarre tracks he can find.
Modern Maori Quartet are a good-looking, suave, contemporary Maori showband in the vein of forebears such as the Hi-Marks, Maori Volcanics Showband, Dalvanius and the Fascinations,…
Grab a morning coffee and start your (Fringe) day with a life-changing symposium (terms and conditions apply).
Entertainment combined harvester Charlie Baker (Harry Hill’s Teatime Sky 1, O2 Comedy Gala Channel 4, EastEnders) sings his nostalgic love letter to pop music of the 80s, 90s and …
You are cordially invited to The House of Pigs.
Patti Plinko returns with her dark and erotic songs inspired from Virginia Woolf, Joan of Arc to the whore houses of Paris.
Strap in tight to the most rad, bizarre, awe-inspiring comedy and alt-performance rollercoaster at the Fringe! We’re back for our third year with one-off takeovers from your favo…
Comedy Cabaret hosted by ‘supremely talented comic’ (Time Out) Abigail Burdess and her glamorous assistant Dave! Abigail wrote for the BAFTA-winning That Mitchell and Webb Look and…
An unmissable traditional Scottish show and dinner.
With comedy, cabaret and fun for all the family to enjoy, the Huggers show returns to Edinburgh.
Classically-trained Canadian singer Melanie Gall presents this one hour recital of the music of legendary Francophone singers Edith Piaf and Jacques Brel, with songs presented them…
Come along and journey through the rabbit hole on this exciting adventure! Our special closing party presents the final Edinburgh fringe performance of the one-hour spectacular Ali…
It’s the annual two-hour charity variety show filled with bizarre acts and very alternative comedy which includes the presentation of three annual Malcolm Hardee Comedy Awards.
Warning: This show contains ninjas, not magic.
Kat Bond (BBC Radio 4, BBC Three, Channel 4) and, let’s throw it out there, Call the Midwife, brings Pat and her characters to Edinburgh.
2016’s been a bit of a bumpy year to say the least so, it was only a matter of time before we started receiving advice from extra-terrestrials.
Simon Munnery marks his 30th year of Fringe shows with an unmissable, one-off gala.
It is time, after 2000 years, for the resurrection – the one and only, our beloved Jesus.
Bowie as you’ve never heard him before… Former NME Male Vocalist of the Year Oliver Darley brings his own inimitable style to the music of this iconic artist.
Enjoy an afternoon with Liza in an expertly pruned show about flowers, gardens and all things green! From Tip Toe Through The Tulips to Neil Diamond’s You Don’t Bring Me Flower…
Put your drinks down and your hands together, all the way from Domremy in France (via Soho and 600 years) it’s JOAN! An earthy story of courage, conviction, hope, survival and love…
Experience the multi-talented Cathedral Choir singers as you’ve never heard them before in this decidedly non-sacred cabaret programme.
Where a show like Mind Games has to shine is in the mind reading and Aaron Calvert has chosen some lovely tricks that suitably stun the participants onstage and the audience alike.
Breezing in as part of the Made In Adelaide initiative after a sold out run there, I had high expectations of this presentation.
Wicked topical musical comedy from the political parody specialists, singing truth to power for the eighth year at the Fringe with an all-new set targeting parliamentarians and pre…
There’s a lot to be said for injecting a bit of funk into one of Shakespeare’s many classics, particularly when a new twist comes along that hasn’t been seen before.
Ian Saville has just become the President of the Magic Square; his election is a surprise, and proves divisive to every faction of the magic society.
From the team behind Edinburgh Fringe hit and West End sell-out show The Rat Pack Stand-up Comedy, a series of distinct and inspiring performances from top comedians – a brand ne…
For one special night only, F&M return with their new angry-funny-sexy show.
A fun-packed hour for little monsters with lots of spooky goings-on. Dance along with Dr Frankenstein and his creations in his dungeon laboratory.
This is a true story.
The songs and wit of those masters of mayhem, mirth and Madeira – timeless comedy legends, Flanders and Swann.
This is a show that anyone who has ever been single – and that means everyone – needs to see.
The Funny Women Awards have left a massive impression on the UK comedy map, with previous winners and finalists including Bridget Christie, Sara Pascoe, Katherine Ryan, Kerry Godli…
How lucky can an audience be? More Dean Martin songs and stories with Philip Contini and his Be Happy Band live on stage with a cracking show after a delicious three-course dinner.
‘Irish stew for the soul’ ***** (ThreeWeeks).
I have binge-watched six series of RuPaul’s Drag Race on Netflix and I love drag queens.
Leo Kearse, in his guise as Pun-Man, has a simple mission: to save the world of comedy from banal observational stand-up and self-righteous, long-winded anecdotes.
I imagine Camille O’Sullivan has been called an Irish Chanteuse in reviews more times that you’ve had a flyer thrust at you on the Mile.
The title song, by Cole Porter, makes an appearance part way through the second half of this narrativised collection of numbers, and really speaks of the character’s ultimate sta…
The word “fabulous” is defined as being extraordinary and wonderful, and having no basis in reality.
Named after New Orleans’ historic red-light district, The Blueswater is proud to present the dirtiest, raunchiest, and most violent blues songs ever written.
Award-winning chanteuse, Christine Bovill has built her reputation on the massively successful sell-out show, Piaf.
Keir McAllister’s Gran Slam begins with a stand-up gig.
In a tiny room at Sweet Grassmarket a man has placed a wide array of props, toys, figurines, dolls and detritus in an apparently haphazard way.
Will the guys be out of bed in time for their lunchtime show? You bet they will.
Assembly’s Supper Club is up against the big, flashy late night circus revues and cabaret shows and sets out to compete with these by presenting many of the very best guest acts …
For a drag queen, Scarlet SoHandsome is a real sweetie.
It’s possible you’ve seen the likeness of ‘Big’ Mike Geier’s character Puddles before.
Ding dong, the witch isn’t dead! And this time it’s definitely cause for celebration! After her previous success as an ‘international cabaret superstar’ Maggie is back in b…
Ross Leadbeater is an alumnus of the all-male Welsh choir Only Men Aloud!, who won the 2008 television show Last Choir Standing.
Too often Joan of Arc is depicted as a very quiet, very pure young woman who keeps her gaze firmly on her feet or to the Heavens: not very fun at all.
Fringe royalty Ali McGregor takes the helm of this reimagining of the Big Comedy Gala in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support, with special guest Hollywood and Broadway star Alan Cummin…
After his sell-out show at Le Crazy Coqs in Piccadilly London, Gary celebrates Mathis and his enduring legacy of beautiful music such as Misty, A Certain Smile and When a Child is …
Jennifer Kingwell has a voice like whisky liqueur and a talent on the piano to rival her own hero, Tom Waits.
With a complimentary cocktail on arrival, catch the very best of the Fringe with a hand-picked selection of this year’s top performers.
Bringing together comedy, cabaret, music and more from across the Fringe, CabFab is the festival’s new weekend party.
More stand-up and off the wall characters from the circuit’s fourth shortest comic.
Comedy with the blues – risible recollections of festivals, musicians, stolen instruments and the influence of morris dancing.
Welcome to our open-hearted open mic, where you can enjoy features from fantastic spoken word artists and different special guests daily, all with a sumptuous cabaret vibe.
The Ruby Darlings give an outrageously honest yet totally sexy look at life with a vagina.
Satirical and hilarious deadpan humourist Naomi Paul returns to the Fringe with her quirky four-star one-woman show Price (still) Includes Biscuits.
Surreal clowning from a scary, sexy Basque-Spanish diva.
Spend an intimate evening of insightful and intelligent comedy with this British doctor.
Gender Spanner is a joyous and empowering hour of cabaret, burlesque and labels that just don’t stick.
Join JoJo Bellini for a hilarious show filled with fun, food and the songs of Tom Jones.
Classic late show Festival comedy fare.
Back by popular demand, presenter and singer Michelle’s brand new show, co-written with Bruce Devlin, tells the next instalment in the Glasgow based life of a glittering global m…
Unique comedy double act Brian and Krysstal return to the Fringe.
Award-winning, fast-moving comedy show from London, featuring Geoff Cotton and special guest Fiona Barclay.
Laurie Black taunts the gods of bad luck in her first ever show at the Fringe.
Serge Gainsbourg in sequins brandishing a flick-knife; Duane Eddy brawling on with the Shangri-Las; Connie Francis fresh from juvy hall with only vengeance on her mind.
Get down to Frankenstein every Wednesday for a Rocky Horror Night you’ll never forget! Come up to the lab and see what’s on the slab as Brad, Janet and Dr Frank-N-Furter give i…
We’ve all been there – the shattering realisation that you are not Adele.
This Edinburgh Festival phenomena, born in 2003, keeps on giving.
Comedy! Circus! Cabaret! At our five venues across the city: C, our powerhouse of performance on Chambers Street.
Has performed to sold out audiences around the country to rave reviews.
This decidedly chaotic event includes some of Edinburgh’s best performance artists, with all entertainment at fifteen minutes or less.
Norma’s forced to hold her inaugural Keep Out of My Box meeting at work, a tiny box office, because staffing’s tight with the Fringe! Direct from New Zealand, Torum Heng delights i…
Adam Kay sits at a grand piano and sings ‘bracingly intelligent, enormously funny songs’ (Times) in the key of A minor.
Enjoy a dazzling performance of everyone’s favourite musical theatre songs with twists, themes and special guests ensuring every show is unique.
A celebration of sex through song! Using his unique brand of satirical striptease stand-up, let Australian musical comedian Grant Busé take you on a joyous taboo-tackling explorat…
Are you crippled by student debt? Working an unpaid internship? Trying to find prince charming on Tinder? Welcome to the life of a modern day twenty-something! Join Katie for a new…
With wild eyes and a wicked flavour of comedy, Australian trio The Travelling Sisters serve up a gang of tragically charming misfits.
Historic 17th-century Prestonfield House, adjacent to Royal Holyrood Park, is the spectacular setting for the Famous Taste of Scotland Cabaret Dinner Show.
A 90-minute bingo hall bonanza of cringey comedy and songs.
Anarchic annual two-hour charity show celebrating the late Godfather of Alternative Comedy.
Back after a year off, Die Roten Punkte take the helm of this fundraiser for Macmillan.
Yve Blake is fascinated by the lies we tell and has even gone so far as to set up a website where you can anonymously reveal the various untruths you’ve told.
Le Gateau Chocolat is an experienced and highly talented performer, with several successful cabaret shows under his belt.
If life gives you lemons you stuff them in a German’s face and make a joke about sauerkraut.
Musical comedy troubadours I am, I am are back for one night only.
A really specific, niche or academic inspiration for a show, adapted in a completely unexpected style that still absolutely suits the material with high levels of audience interact…
If The Shuffle Show is anything to go by, life behind the Genius Bar requires a very specific skill-set.
Margaret Thatcher truly is the Queen of Soho.
Stand By Your Man: True Crime Cabaret presents chilling, thrilling true stories of regular women with one thing in common: they all fell in love with serial killers.
The Spooky Men’s Chorale, from the Blue Mountains in Australia, employ a devastating combination of immaculate musical sensibilities, cavernous vocal chords and extreme silliness t…
‘Cracking good songs in the style of Brecht, Bowie, Bernelle and Brel’ (Tony Clayton-Lea, Irish Times), describes the music of Dubliner Jody Trehy, (writer of Eejit of Love) wh…
For a third year Edinburgh singer/songwriter Fiona J Thom brings the Lost Head Band together to perform her songs influenced by the songwriting traditions of the American Songbook,…
Sparrow-Folk are Catherine Crowley and Juliet Moody - a female comedy duo who hail from Canberra, Australia.
Moribund: a show about death and the afterlife that fails to get a rise out of the audience.
Instant Sunshine is a unique musical comedy team that has been entertaining audiences for years with their particular blend of humorous, witty songs and hilarious routines.
It is difficult to know where to start with Violet Fox’s autobiographical show about her fraught relationship with her mother – I’ll take a note from her and start at the beg…
Wicked, topical musical comedy from the political parody specialists, singing truth to power for the seventh year at the Fringe with an all-new set targeting parliamentarians and p…
Jess Robinson is a first class mimic.
There’s niche and then there’s the niche of the niche.
With over two million subscribers to his YouTube channel and fifty two million views and counting for his first Disney parody video After Ever After, Jon Cozart is something of a s…
This fast-paced piece of Wild West-inspired physical theatre is an innovative and extremely entertaining romp, including gorgeous girls in voluminous outfits and suave men with ela…
In this exciting collaboration, award-winning vocalist and performer, Jungr, and Grammy and Emmy Award winner McDaniel investigate The Beatles; celebrating Paul, John, George and R…
Tom Binns has a huge reputation to protect.
Reviews have to be written in the context of the cost of the ticket, and while Amy Howerska’s debut stand-up hour is by no means bad per se, it never quite rises to a level high …
Wonders at Dusk is not just a magic show; it is a magical experience.
Scott Mills and Huw Stephens present Radio 1’s Fun and Filth Cabaret.
The UK’s number one jive and swing band return for four nights with an electrifying new show.
For one night only! A decade of jaw-dropping vocals, sensational song interpretations and sparkly gowns from cabaret superstar Ali McGregor.
Bill shows (where the show is made up of several guest acts) can be a mixed bag especially when the format is to showcase one venue’s acts from across their programme.
Limbo is a pretty hot ticket this fringe.
With her bright red hair and black-lined eyes, Penny Arcade looks like some sort of cartoon superhero – and she has the commanding stage presence you’d expect of one too.
Spanktacular returns for an incredible 12th year with sexy hosts, awesome comedians and the inevitable gratuitous nudity.
Let Philip Contini take you back to Sorrento for songs, stories, sunshine, romance, Neapolitan food and wine.
Lance Jonathan (Peter Michael Marino) has had enough of sitting around as understudy on his dads’ ship the S.
Everyone has that one persistently irritating friend.
Punch and Judy has been a long running stalwart of beachside entertainment for the whole family – but whatever you do, don’t bring the kids to this live-action adaptation.
After five years, Susanna Macdonald (The Marvellous Mrs Mulvihill), returns to the Fringe with her unique brand of manic musical mishaps for two nights only.
From Rope to Psycho, Hitch by the Mary Bijou Circus Theatre Company covers all the famous Hitchcock thrillers plus at least one you may not know, as admitted to by a sheepish audie…
What do Shania Twain, David Copperfield and Penn & Teller have in common? They’ve all had Breakfast at Piffany’s, and this year you can too.
A cheeky dollop of late night variety, hosted by the witty and playful ukulele strumming, close harmony singing trio – The Martini Encounter.
Despite the exceptional charm of host Bruce Devlin, the acts for Cabaret at Le Monde tonight lack conviction; performers having seemingly little motive other than to plug their own…
At the start of her show Katia Kvinge explains the combination of cultures which has helped make her the person she is today.
Edinburgh 2013/14 sell-out hit and Time Out Critics’ Choice 2014 returns for a limited run.
“Gospel is the music of the soul” says Apphia Campbell midway through her romp into the music of Nina Simone.
Frank N Furter and the gang are back for the 14th year of Rocky Horror themed fishnet fun and frolics at the one and only world famous Frankenstein! So Dammit Janet! Dress to impre…
The ‘Queen of the Fringe’ (BBC) returns to Edinburgh for five nights only, performing the mesmeric, passionate and poetic songs of Jacques Brel – master of emotional storytel…
Originally a one-act play consisting of five scenes, The International Stud premiered Off-Off-Broadway in 1978 and later became the first part of Harvey Fierstein’s landmark work, …
Surreal clown, singer and Phil Kay collaborator Cammy Sinclair (38yrs) accidentally took his son Robin (3yrs) to a gig.
Lisa Gornick’s Live Drawing Show opens with an interesting and inventive premise: using the aid of drawing in real time to tell a story.
Deja Vu, according to a very quick Google search I just did, means ‘a feeling of having already experienced the present situation.
Amelia Ryan is accustomed to accidents, inclined to insult, prone to gaffs, whoopsies, and boobies.
Harvey Nichols Forth Floor is excited to see the return of Fest on Forth, the very best of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
For the first time, Die Roten Punkte’s Otto and Astrid bring their late night cult hit to Edinburgh! A ganz-toll line-up of musical comedy, variety and party game madness from Berl…
Seymour Stiffs, The Undertaker, invites you into his chapel of unrest.
Join Jim and Miranda for an hour of jokes, songs and good old-fashioned entertainment with their own brand of friendly silliness.
World-touring comedy rock stars Jollyboat get fangirly over Game of Thrones, Star Wars, role-playing and of course, pirates.
Straight from London’s comedy and cabaret circuit: Harry Scott-Moncrieff, Faye Treacy, Steve Mclean and Oh Standfast return following their hit run of 2014 (Daily Mirror, Pick of t…
Late-night lunchtime show! Join The Euromen in their hangover cabaret from the night before.
Acclaimed cabaret singer Bremner Duthie and a swinging band led by pianist David Patrick celebrate the dark, decadent and always lovely music of Kurt Weill.
Spank returns for an incredible 12th year with sexy hosts, awesome comedians and inevitable gratuitous nudity.
The popular worldwide hit show returns with another revolving line-up of the best comedians, musical acts, magicians and children’s entertainers for all the family to enjoy toget…
Ludwig van Beethoven has written operas, sonatas, and symphonies.
A must-see cocktail of the best in sensational cabaret, comedy, burlesque and musical entertainment.
Back due to popular demand, multi award-winning comedian Javier Jarquin returns to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with Card Ninja, a riotous and dazzling display of comedy and card …
Internationally acclaimed Burlesque producer Chaz Royal (London Burlesque Fest, World Burlesque Games, Best of Burlesque) brings an early evening Variety Burlesque revue like no ot…
Annie walks, talks, sings and dazzles! A Highland lass returning home with Aussie bassist John Wilson, The Inimitable Victor Brox on keys, a grab bag of West Coast Oz experiences a…
Every night at quarter to one, we will be bringing the best Irish (and a strictly limited number of) UK and International comedians who will perform the highlights of their solo sh…
A feast of classic jazz and blues flavoured with iconic jazz-femme legends including Ella, Billie, Sarah, Bessie, Peggy, Eartha, highlighted by acclaimed, internationally touring B…
Scottish BAFTA nominated character comedian Katia Kvinge (as seen on BBC, MTV and Channel 4) hits Edinburgh with her fast-paced, one-woman, multi-character, debut hour comedy show!…
Hailing from the rolling hills of Devon, The Bluebelles are Exeter University’s finest female a cappella group.
Trudelight knows the Fringe inside out.
Fringe sensation, Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho, returns after 2014’s total sell-out run (and at London’s Leicester Square Theatre) in the drag comedy musical extravaganza like…
MCs Hjalmar Tjan and Benji Waterstones welcome you to Clown Town, as they host a daily variety show review of top national and international stand-up comedy.
When death looks you in the eye, whom do you turn to? Your psychologist? God? Or Lance Armstrong? Reflecting on Daniel’s real life (and almost death) experiences, The Orchid and th…
A fast-moving, award-winning comedy show featuring original songs, sketches, satire, stand-up and a caption competition to win an excellent bottle of wine.
Some people know exactly what to say, exactly what to think and exactly how to behave.
After their successful debut last year, Dyer and Whitney are back with more of their unique, original and hilarious character comedy sketches and songs! This new duo sold out at Le…
Brand new stories-in-song from this award-winning master songwriter.
The hottest ticket of the Fringe is back! Treat yourself to a late night date with Lili la Scala and her glittering cavalcade of Cabarati.
Have you ever been surprised to receive a phonecall from a friend that you were just thinking about? How many times have you felt so in tune with a person that you knew what they w…
The murderous hostesses, Hope and Gloria return for their third year of high end filth and games.
In this solo show, Wild Card Kitty presents a compendium of character comedy based chicanery, transforming into different artistes from around the globe showing off their special s…
Ali McGregor returns with her award-winning hour of jazzy beats and trashy pop-treats that will get your kids singing, twisting and dancing.
A Vampirissimo cabaret packed with swinging satirical popular songs, jumping live band and spectacular dancing.
2015 sees the long-awaited release of the second volume of Country music legend Tina C’s biography, Complete and Utter Country.
Join us as we celebrate and launch our 35th Festival Fringe season. Come along for a sneak peek of some of the biggest and most exciting shows we have on offer. Always a sell-out.
Join Diane, former owner of 80s Essex nightclub The Flick, and her band, The Buffet, for a showbiz, late-night musical spectacular, with comic tales of her troubled and infamous pa…
An unmissable evening of traditional Scottish music and performance.
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