This must be one of the most genuine selections of heartfelt writing to enjoy this festival.
He’s back! After two years of forced solitary accordion squeezing at home, and to the huge relief of his neighbours, Sandy returns to the A Club once again, upgraded, biceps bulgin…
Farting at a funeral.
Drawing on music hall and vaudeville traditions, Skinner & T’witch’s show combines comedy and satire with folk, flamenco and theatre-style songs.
Join Glasgow’s very own GlasVegas Showgirl Roxy Stardust, fresh from her explosive tour of the Isle of Mingulay, as she presents an hour of burlesque performance featuring a host…
This groundbreaking piece of theatre is based on an ADHD support group.
A fiercely funny, no-holds-barred comedy about modern life living with Parkinson’s.
Join your favourite galactic gal pals Figs in Wigs for the cosmic game show for astrology lovers, bingo wingers and their sceptic friends.
The story of an American teenager grappling with her dad’s heroin overdose.
Cora is 23, self-obsessed, a compulsive liar* (*harmless bullshitter), and an absolute hot mess.
Do you ever experience the feeling of missing out? Maybe the Fringe makes you confused – where to go, what to choose with so many options? Worry not! Dr King of More is here to h…
Self-described musical genius James Love and his sequin-clad showgirl wife Stephanie have been married for 12 years.
You know that friend that just won’t stop sleeping with their ex? Theatre Paradok presents a new piece all about that ex.
Two ambulance care assistants, five extraordinary patients, a rickety ambulance plus minimal training add up to one lively dramatic journey! This dark comedy reveals what actually …
The adventures and misadventures of a group of graduates working in a North London call centre: Alice wants to be a singer, Liam wants to travel, Rob wants to make a killing and Sa…
Practically Perfect! takes a light-hearted and affectionate look at the many aspects of Julie Andrews’ career and personal life, exploring the contrast between the public face of…
A Londoner travels to America finding himself amongst incels, or, men who hate women.
That’s A Bit of Sheer Luck! – A Sherlock Holmes Parody.
David Harmer and Ray Globe, the irrepressible Glummer Twins, are back with an irreverent trawl through the eight decades that made them what they are today: old.
‘Imitation is the highest form of flattery.
Halle-berry-lujah! Your sassy, dyslexic King of the shoes is heaven scent in a cloud of Febreze to tell you how he came to be the fabulous influencer that he is whilst setting the …
One of Neil Simon’s best-loved comedies.
A washed-up television personality lives out a Dickensian nightmare when they are visited by the ghost of their past.
Jimmy is 34 and has never felt like he belonged.
One of the best Cornish zombie apocalypse comedies ever made.
Because Grindr hookups never quite go to plan.
Stunning, imaginative, inspired, colourful, amusing, brilliantly performed and beautifully sung, this Trial By Jury is Gilbert and Sullivan at its very best.
Fiction’s greatest villains, from Hannibal Lecter to Cruella de Vil, are in court for their crimes in a rip-roaring musical comedy that will challenge everything you know about l…
The world is ending.
Margaret, a young witch of great ambition but limited skill, holds a witch coven with her friends, Lawrence, who can’t tell the difference between magic and life hacks and Emily,…
Edinburgh-based dark comedy collective The Counterminers are back for their third Fringe, putting on a new-writing piece by Florence Carr-Jones – Cheeky Girls.
Every family has its drama, and every wedding has its secrets.
A humble shed; four young idealists form a political party to save the world from itself.
Upfront and erect in most of history’s greatest moments, the penis has earned itself a reputation of admiration and revulsion in equal measures.
One man walks into a public bathroom.
Faulty Towers meets Bad Education.
The Griffen Collective present Antiques by Ted Smethurst.
Kiki Mellék (international, sparkling wrecking ball of magnificent bombast and mayhem) whirls back to Edinburgh with her new, all dancing, all lip-syncing, all revealing tribute t…
Count Horoch Zadelski, dashing member of the Polish Underground, makes a daring escape from Nazi-occupied Europe with the Gestapo hot on his most-wanted heels.
In this comedy romp, audiences will meet a colourful cast of characters who are certain to tickle those funny bones.
William Roby stars as centenarian cabaret artist Mr Noel Howard in this solo show about a veteran performer who at a hundred-and-something (his actual age is revealed in the show i…
Joe Smith is a regular bloke.
Come! Welcome to the inaugural Book Festival Fringe.
‘Virtual demi-god… seeks woman to share his myth.
This show revolves around a fairly well-trodden premise: idealistic young creative seeks similar to make beautiful art with.
Hyenas! won Pick of the Fringe at Edinburgh Fringe 2021 and is a dark comedy jaw dropper.
A fast-moving, shiny new spoken word cabaret.
BAFTA-winning actor, comedian, singer, writer, independence campaigner, panto legend, feminist and socialist; Smith is rarely accused of lacking opinions.
The HandleBards are a cycling theatre company who pedal Shakespeare plays to outdoor venues all across the UK.
The Rain Men.
Are you just a teenage dirtbag, baby? Wanna watch weird vids and drink morning coffee with me, maybe? This is a show about a queer, autistic, Latinx, caterpillar on the edge.
Captivate Theatre brings the smash-hit comedy to the Fringe! ‘You gotta concentrate ain’t ya, with two jobs.
‘It’s a bit weird to be sitting at the Arctic Circle chatting to a fit boy with your dad’s ashes in your backpack.
Aspiring supervillain Ice Cold stumbles across a prophecy that reveals a top-secret mind control signal.
A brand-new show where volunteers from the audience unlock their imaginations and create a once-in-a-lifetime show of improvised comedy under the influence of hypnosis – live on …
Even more fast-paced comedy magic from fringe legend David Alnwick.
Hopefully hopeful, The Rest of Our Lives is a joyful morning dose of dance, theatre, circus and games.
It’s awards night and the longest serving member of the D’Oyly Carte Opera Company might just get the recognition he thinks he deserves.
Writer, actor and theatre-maker, Alice Mary Cooper, presents new show The Bush, following the success of her previous solo work Waves, described by the Observer as ‘a miniaturist g…
Is your family dysfunctional? Well, you haven’t met these fine folk.
Frighthouse presents – The Wheel of Misfortune.
World Poetry Slam Champion Harry Baker’s heart and humour has been watched by millions online and allowed him to perform all over the world, until suddenly he couldn’t.
Wanna see a real Greek tragedy? Three sisters.
Returning for a limited run following a sell-out Fringe in 2021! Stand-up is the outlet that keeps you sane.
David and Emma arrive at work on Christmas Eve – the only two people in the office the morning after the Christmas party.
‘I never was so immensely tickled by anything I had ever said before.
The cult of Cicada’s Children has just been discovered.
Based on a wild and hilarious true story, Reservoir Knobs follows the aftermath of a botched supermarket robbery, as the hapless criminals gather in a warehouse to confront an inju…
The pantomime is called Panto She Wrote and it was written by two panto-enthusiasts at the University of Bristol.
Slapstick Picnic would like to cordially invite you to its summer tea party, where marvellous feats of performance and culinary capers await.
Mind reader Mason King returns to the Edinburgh Fringe for another journey into the inner depths of your mind! In this brand new mind reading, magic and mentalism show, Mason invit…
Following their five-star production of Dylan Thomas’s Under Milk Wood in 2019 and powerful staging of Sophocles’ Antigone in 2018, this ‘strong and capable ensemble’ (Edin…
Two hilarious and explosive plays written by Steven Berkoff, performed back-to-back by the same actor.
Almost everyone has lost someone, has loved someone.
Worshipped opera singer.
Follow Sherlock Holmes and his incomparable sidekick Dr John Watson on this riveting, hitherto unpublished case.
The year is 1348 and the small Yorkshire village of Bogsfield is about to be hit by the Black Death.
One hour of existential crisis and millennial dread about dating whilst simultaneously destroying your happy childhood memories of Sesame Street.
In Declan Croghan’s tense and hilarious black comedy, Anto and Kevin find their Irish past crashing in on their new and quiet London lives.
Do you feel.
Tam O’ Shanter, Tales & Whisky is a comic celebration of the gothic poems of Robert Burns.
A coming-of-age story about falling in and out of love with yourself.
After months of fighting to save her home from developers, Val has finally conceded.
Tie your troubles to the tree, load yourself with glitter and use your wings to fly.
John and May were sixth form lovers, they haven’t seen each other in five years.
Careless follows best friends Sam, a care assistant, and Bryony, a struggling actor.
Alex loves church because it has Hobnobs and singing, and she’s not allowed either at home because one, she’s tone-deaf, and two, she’s diabetic.
Escape on a fantastic adventure this summer with Rapunzel – an exhilarating, heart-warming production about one girl’s longing to break free from her imposed lockdown and final…
Chevron Theatre’s A Wilde Life is absolutely hypnotic, hinting at a time of debauchery and a glamour that has long since passed.
Join us for a mom-entous playdate.
Based on the popular Scottish folk song, we follow the comic adventures of Maggie played by Jacqueline Hannan, a bus conductress in Fife in her new job.
In this dark comedy, Ophelia and Gertrude are in limbo and on their way to Hell.
A rock concert in a courtroom.
A dark comedy about a man quite literally living with the consequences of his actions.
Cat is a one-woman, twisted comedy show by Connie Harris.
Everybody needs a break.
This reconstruction of Macbeth for Edinburgh University Shakespeare Society’s annual Shakesperimental play reimagines the narrative within a modern political context.
A one-woman show about Leda, an actor struggling to make it.
In this one-person show, Clive does everything to impress people.
Dr Reverend Jimmy Goodlove, the 1980s-styled American televangelist, preaches and teaches! Life’s answers are found in the lyrics of Grammy Award-winning album Faith by George Mich…
A smorgasbord of Viking gods, an enchanting Norse soundscape and a pair of wise-cracking ravens accompany a Yorkshire lass on her journey from childhood to motherhood, revealing my…
Can fiction save you from reality? Aimlessly wandering and trapped in her nine-to-five, Rachel is inadvertently catapulted through a rift in the space-time continuum, landing in th…
All that glitters is not gold, a message that is incredibly clear in Em Oliver’s Beautiful Nothing.
When faced with the drama and indignities of growing up, five toes must contend with smelly socks, ballet injuries and a dose of existential dread in their journey to discover what…
Welcome to Pharmtec, the fastest-growing dietary supplement provider in the country! More specifically, welcome to its customer-facing contact centre, where a crack team awaits eve…
Welcome to The Horse’s Mouth! We’ve got comedy on tap! Watch our hero work his first shift at the pub, and meet the rather strange bunch of regulars he encounters along the way, ea…
A bumbling detective is called upon to uncover the mystery of a priceless stolen painting, but when he cannot solve it himself he is forced to enlist the help of an old nemesis.
Internationally renowned a cappella sensation Semi-Toned return to Edinburgh, following four consecutive sell-out runs at the Fringe! This time, the boys in burgundy want to attemp…
Everyone needs a little bit of luck in their lives.
When Amy, Megan, Nicole and Olivia decide to go on a week-long girls holiday to Magaluf, some of them are excited for sun, sex and sangria.
A special school assembly harking back to the grand old days of the bawdy British boarding school, hosted by drag king and self-proclaimed “Head” Master Mr Brake Down.
From award-winning director and acclaimed playwright, Laura J Harris, Bella Donna is an original queer comedy filled with unexpected twists and turns and more than its fair share o…
Should I shave off my beard, and grow a pencil-thin, rock-style goatee? Is it OK to fall asleep in a bin, if it’s comfortable? What would you do if I died? In the midst of all the …
A musical reimagining of one of Oscar Wilde’s most beloved stories, The Canterville Ghost: The Musical features an original score and soundtrack.
Does the human race crave love or hate? Technology has moulded the relationships of the 21st century – perhaps it’s time to look back in order to move forward.
‘Charlie, why is every light in the fucking house on??’ What happens when you have a son? How does manhood move through generations? Who decides what a “good dad” really means? Chi…
Desperate to fulfil her mother’s wish of finding a husband, Rebecca Anderson explores love and a whole bunch of other stuff in her debut at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Frankie wants to conform.
Works by Anton Chekhov, translated and adapted by Michael Frayn.
Circuit stand-up Kevin is creating a new show and he’s bringing it to the Fringe so you can watch it for free! ‘Shepherd is an open and honest performer.
Five couples – three human, one fairy, and one mythical – find their relationships sorely tested, intimately probed and indecently exposed when a troupe of amateur theatricals …
The Really Terrible Orchestra has survived covid and reappears like a butterfly from the chrysalis.
Imagine having a passion, a calling, being so good and in love with something you wanted to do it forever – that was me as a child when it came to drumming but sadly it wasn’t th…
Dare to be different.
Born in the UK to Bengali doctors, the early 1990s saw Paul qualify as a doctor and take his first steps on the stand-up comedy circuit.
A children’s show that entertains parents alongside kids with a mix of perfectly crafted juggling routines, clowning, physical comedy and fork throwing! Grumpy Pants invites the …
A group of eclectic pre-teens (played by just as eclectic adults) learn that winning (and losing) isn’t everything as they spell their way through a series of (potentially made-up)…
At Johnnie Walker Princes Street, we know a thing or two about creating the perfect blend.
Drop your cynical pants at the door and wipe your serious-face off your face – it’s time to tickle your inner child.
Scotland’s professional touring opera company returns with Mozart’s sublime comedy.
A fast, unexpectedly heart-warming play written by Paul Richards.
The Chap Himself returns to the Fringe armed with his beats, rhymes, manners and some small instruments for a strictly limited run of Chap-Hop recitals.
Following a 2021 sell out run, acclaimed mystery maestros Highly Suspect return to the Fringe with a new duo of hilarious and interactive murder mysteries, which you – the audien…
The Hot Clown Company is a relatively new troupe that set out to blend sketch comedy and physical theatre with a particular emphasis on clowning.
H and B are a young couple struggling with the pressures of their relationship.
Based on the hit film, this award-winning musical by Gary Barlow and Tim Firth tells the story of an ordinary group of women in a Yorkshire Women’s Institute who create an artist…
A comical feast that features an original story that is every father’s nightmare; Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has grown up and fallen in love with a swee…
Jessica Swale’s Nell Gwynn charts the rise of an unlikely heroine from her roots in Coal Yard Alley to her success as Britain’s most celebrated actress and her hard-won place in th…
A howl in the night! A terrifying corpse! A suspicious bearded man! A chaotic cast of larger-than-life characters threaten the heir to the fortune.
Two terrible twins with a talent for turmoil rule their school and are delighted to have reduced their head teacher to a nervous wreck.
Inspired by shocking true events, Fiji is a gripping two-hander that blends true crime with romantic comedy to deliver a thrill-ride as hilarious and warm as it is fascinatingly da…
Mean Girls meets Lord of the Flies.
‘They’ve never tried to cover up these scandals.
The After-Dinner Joke doesn’t quite land.
Back for its seventh year at Edinburgh Fringe, this chaotic institution is the only way to end your night at Edinburgh Fringe! Join high-energy hosts, Griffin and Jones, for an hou…
Rowan McCabe knocks on stranger’s doors and writes poems for them, for free, on any subject of their choosing.
Three cavemen debate the nature of life while trying to survive. When one invents the wheel that’s when life really gets hard.
‘Extraordinary’ (Daily Mirror).
Award-winning, sharp-tongued cabaret diva Dolly Diamond returns to Edinburgh for only a limited number of nights of inimitable Dolly-style cabaret at The House Of Oz – with some …
Work, love and life are just one long, hard slog for the fish-filleting foursome Pearl, Jan, Shelley and Linda.
It took little time for Assembly’s Spielgeltent Palais Du Variété to evolve into a glittering exhibition of luminous flair and seduction, teased out by one of Drag Race’s mos…
What defines a hero in the 21st century? Is it machismo and the ability to rescue people from burning buildings, or can we rethink what we mean by heroism to take in compassion, co…
Once upon a time, there was a young girl – not a princess or a pretty girl waiting to be one.
A coming of age for your 20s.
The story Shakespeare never told.
Start the day with a riot of cray kid-friendly laughter for the whole family. Zany sketches, acrobatics, cirque skills and mayhem.
A tale of three Highland sisters who live in a shack in the woods disconnected from society, each of them with different views on how they should be living their lives.
Bold, glamorous and sassy, your festival favourites are back with their most sensational show yet! A must-see new production for 2022 with plenty of fun-filled comedy and outrageou…
There’s nothing quite like Spaghetti Bolognese, the most dazzling bowl of pasta in all your days! Join Penny for an unforgettable dinner in this show that is fun for all the fami…
Jez, Luke, Gary and Mark are die-hard football fans podcasting about the club they love: Third-division Invercreiff FC.
Bite-size tasters of the best comedy, music, family entertainment and circus, all prepared for you in our glorious Spiegeltent.
Why do we still have a headache after taking a 1p aspirin which disappears when we take a 50p one? And why are we attracted to a 2-for-1 meal discount but fail to save for a pensio…
Award-winning entertainer Kyle D Evans returns with another fast-paced hour of inclusive maths-based family fun.
Griffin and Jones have spent the last decade travelling the UK, showcasing their homemade miracles, and generally being the biggest comedy and magic superstars you’ve never heard…
Emil Ferzola stars in this tragicomic final recording of America’s number one comedy podcast.
Rub-a-dub-dub, The Dummies are back with their ‘splashingly awesome adventure’ (EdinburghFestivalsForKids.
Always packed, this ‘fab lil cabaret party’ (Time Out) returns with Mister Meredith again in charge.
Fresh from a UK tour supporting Adam Ant, Laurie Black invites you for a knees-up around the pianna (ahem, Microkorg).
All Terrence wants is to earn a living as a dinosaur impersonator, have his talents appreciated by the world, land a Netflix deal, embark on a US tour, and design a line of branded…
Three of the Fringe’s biggest variety performers come together for an extra-sensational show! Witness the best magic, mind-reading and nerd-ity the Fringe has to offer, all in on…
This celebration of the mating game takes on the truths and myths behind that contemporary conundrum known as: ‘the relationship.
Gecko’s playful story-songs will take you on a journey via ignored characters in Italian renaissance paintings, pig outlaws and tooth fairy admin.
One devilishly handsome magician trapped in a straitjacket.
New Show for 2022.
Fringe legend David Alnwick performs his favourite tricks.
Paul Richards returns as Harvey; always running, always late and now about to get married.
After airing nearly 2,000 episodes since it was first broadcast in 2009, Pointless has become a regular family favourite and made a nationwide star out of its intelligent and amiab…
A perfect show to start your day! Card tricks, mind-reading, all the magic show stuff! Magician, on stage, doing magic in a magic show; what more do you want? Oh and it’s literally…
Jess meets Jim.
Paul Richards literally can’t stop drumming; he’s performed all over the world, from huge gigs in China to grotty working men’s clubs, posh corporate gigs to the whole of the UK to…
Danger Dave Reubens is back with an all new comedy magic show and someone is out to get him! Join his perilous journey, packed with edge-of-your-seat stunts and madcap comedy.
The Grumpy Magicians have been successfully entertaining Edinburgh Fringe audiences for over eight years and this year are presenting their new show titled Trust Us, We’re Magician…
Featuring hysterically honest tales and stunning vocals, Rosie returns to Edinburgh with her brand new show full of songs, stories and sass! Whether you’ve had, seen or heard of a …
Long before Private Eye, Charlie Hebdo, and even before Bill Bailey – there was Voltaire.
Tomas McCabe has had one of the most popular mind-reading shows at the Fringe since he first performed here in 2017.
An exciting kids’ show from an Aboriginal comedy star.
Based out of Vancouver, Canada, Shirley Gnome is an unapologetically femme, empowering, uplifting, smart, honest, unhinged and hilarious cabaret performer and songwriter.
When the juggler drops, is it on purpose? Daniel Zindler began his career as a busker and is still often found juggling on the Royal Mile.
Can four youthful specimens of the human race successfully attract a mate in the wild? Join the learned professor and expert on animal behaviour as he observes the strange mating r…
Rory wants to pop the question.
Kane and Abel perform comedy and magic based on the cliches of being twins.
A Highly Suspect Murder Mystery is an interactive Shakespeare-based whodunnit where the audience (with help from the cast) is tasked with solving the murder.
A songwriter with severe writer’s block and a looming deadline battles the version of Ernest Hemingway that lives in her head.
A man wakes up drunk, scared and alone, with no idea where he is or how he got there.
The Great British Detective tradition! Holmes and Watson meet Poirot and Miss Marple (alongside the usual suspects) in a spoof homage – who murdered Lady Fanshawe!? Why have the …
Part stand-up, part TED talk, part Vagina Monologue, this sex-positive solo show dives deep into the ancient art of going down, and what it takes to make the pussy purr.
Lori Hamilton's retelling of her eventful life is touching and amusing, despite the whirlwind pacing.
Three Women and Shakespeare’s Will is is a nice little premise for a play.
Robert Miles is a quirky one-liner comedian. Also an outstanding ventriloquist. Robert Miles is also in a double act with Cyril the squirrel in a stand-up comedy show.
Art, the multi award-winning play, comes to Edinburgh in an entirely fresh production.
BCP return to the Fringe with Mike Leigh’s classic after two sell-out years with Alan Bennett and Alan Ayckbourn.
The Great Baldini (Emperor of Illusion/Maharajah of Mystery) is a magical legend, a relict of the music halls, a performer of the old school.
Since 2020, Coronavirus has threatened to kill opera! Can David save it with his one-man production of La Serva Padrona? Baroque meets funk in this new English version of Pergolesi…
‘Absurdly talented’ (FringeBiscuit.
1972: The Future of Sex.
One man’s journey to good mental health via a very bad idea.
A ticking clock.
In this powerful one-hour theater piece, Kimleigh Smith takes the audience through a journey that is totally uplifting, totally heartbreaking and totally powerful! Totally! is the …
It is difficult to work out exactly who this play is for.
Completely sold out in 2014 and 2018.
She’s not your average little old lady.
Good Heavens! Brother Barnabus has found himself in a sticky situation! Join him in this one man show.
Laurel and Chaplin: Before They Were Famous.
Let’s talk about sex, maybe? Or, maybe not? After having radically different experiences with Sex Ed, Lindsay and Lea try to figure out exactly what they were supposed to learn, …
Forget your troubles and let Las Vegas lounge legend Trudy Carmichael (along with her astounding accompanist) entertain you in her daring one-of-a-kind immersive musical event! Eve…
Whilst it may be apt to stage John Montgomery and Derek Batchelor’s Flesh - a musical about Burke and Hare - at Surgeon’s Hall, the novelty stops there.
Step aside HG Wells, take a break Jeff Wayne, back to your trailer Tom Cruise, Lamphouse is tackling War of the Worlds and they’re doing it.
A one-woman show that is absolutely not a drama because Young Woman’s life is not sad! In three days, her first novel, a bodice-ripper, comes out.
Occasionally humorous, this is a well-formed exploration of Wilde’s life, loves and works.
Fifteen Minute Break by Tuppenny Bunters.
The story of three actors who are performing a show to impress the infamous theatre critic, Bob the Leech.
‘Arry Everyman has had all the crap careers in history: cannibal pot stirrer, medieval plague sniffer, lizard war cannon fodder, undandy highwayman, popper of anchovies into small …
Join us for Tim Whitnall’s monologue masterpiece, telling the story of Eric Morecambe, a national treasure that touched so many of our lives.
Jacky shares her top 10 reasons why she wants to leave the planet, all through performance poetry.
Before the Thinking Drinkers even begins, the audience experiences a feeling which is very rare at Edinburgh Fringe: ‘This show is value for money!’Provided with a bag containi…
Saltire Sky is back! The multi award-winning 1902 takes an access-all-areas approach to working-class life in Scotland as we follow four young wannabe football hooligans in their q…
Children, especially toddlers are known to be tyrants.
Runner-up for Best Comedy at Standing Ovation Awards 2021.
The multi award-winning cabaret spectacular, La Clique, features the best of circus, comedy and cabaret.
A multimedia hybrid, part live stand-up, part film, featuring Sylvester McCoy, Linda Marlowe and introducing Eleanor May Blackburn in a tale of two isolated souls and their devilis…
If you were conceived to fix your parent’s marriage, obsess over whether people like you, and have visited your dad in prison, then this show is for you! Left to raise himself by…
Breaking down? Lost the manual? Book in for this funny (meta)physical dive into how to keep going.
Hey That’s My Wife! is a comedic spin on the classic works of Tennessee Williams and Arthur Miller that follows two advertising executives, Charlie Moore and Roger Sloan, as they…
Using a mixture of animation, visualisation technology, a live camera and a toy train, comedian David Callaghan brings a groundbreaking comedy play packed with heartfelt, bitterswe…
Be part of the action as Basil, Sybil and Manuel serve up mayhem on a plate alongside a three-course meal and two hours of non-stop laughter.
You’d be forgiven for raising an eyebrow at the provocative title Olives and Blowjobs at Space Triplex.
Life is a game.
Have you ever wondered where the divas go, in between getting married or getting killed, night after night at the opera house? Madame Chandelier’s Opera House Party, of course.
In the attempt to create an absurd enigmatic clown performance, and in search for meaning and connection, a company of artists end up in Tokyo’s Museum of Lost Things, where nothin…
Poetry show for dog lovers.
The Fringe’s shadiest late-night strip joint is back and we have missed you! Join the illicit crew complete with their trademark ‘no f*cks’ attitude, as they welcome audiences back…
An unexpected event will lead three roommates on an intense journey through the adult industry.
On the sand of his seaside home town, Myles Wheeler monologues about home, hospitals and let’s say hope for the alliteration.
A fierce, femme, fabulous, musical comedy show from the multi award-winning, international cabaret sensation Amber Topaz.
The Prince of Dark Comedy Cabaret returns to Edinburgh with his all new Vegas-style show at the Fringe, accompanied by his singing dictators Dean Stalin and Saddami Davis Junior (T…
Greg is Duck in Arms Theatre’s first production.
Amputation is the only way! Dick ‘One Man in 100,000’, a comic tragedy of hope over death, tells Richard Stamp’s shock diagnosis of penis cancer.
Emerging performance ensemble, Los Angeles Theatre Initiative presents a high-energy, interactive show that’s different every night.
This year, international multi award-winning magician Elliot Bibby is supported by his faithful friend Barry the Beach Ball.
Mina (Comedy Central, STOMP) returns with her acclaimed multimedia show weaving together hilarious and heartfelt stories from her New York upbringing as the daughter of an Italian-…
Stacey ‘The Legs’ Clare aka the Ethical Stripper is back with her work wife, Morag, and special guests, with their sell-out show to answer all your stripper-based questions.
Is this a real knife? Is this just fantasy? Enjoy Shakespeare’s spooky tragedy like never before, as six actors deploy wittily rewritten pop classics, uproariously silly comedy and…
Variety died on the 11th of March 2018, the day Ken Dodd died.
A ground-breaking piece of comedic theatre that asks a simple question: Is it possible to please everyone, all of the time? And at what cost to your family and health? In this fast…
Winner, Best Cabaret Variety and Line Up Show, FringeWorld 2021.
Sure, we all get a bit stressed sometimes.
Mary Jo’s boyfriend hijacks a workshop of her critically acclaimed one-woman show, Born MYdentity.
Named one of the 19 Unmissable Online Theatre Experiences by American Express Essentials Magazine, Lag: A Zoomsical Comedy is the world’s first original musical created to be perfo…
Primary Times Children’s Choice Award winner.
Take a trip with Debra (Dead Ringers, Spitting Image, The Imitation Game, Bad Girls) as she hurtles through time in a multiverse of musical icons from Billy Holliday to Billie Eili…
Lobster is not a fish, or an oyster, or a bird, and certainly not a kangaroo.
Are you ready to be dumped on? Prepare to be caught with your pants down as six all-too-relatable characters celebrate their triumphs, lament their griefs and reveal their secrets …
After a girls night out, three friends wind down in the local chippy.
Creme Egg included with ticket.
Zav is a comedy drama, a one-person show set over 20 years in the life of Zav, an ordinary road worker who becomes a successful photographer.
A comic look at the agony of adoption.
The Deil’s Awa, a roistering tale of smugglers in the East Neuk of Fife, written by Alan Cochrane, award-winning playwright, and dedicated to Edinburgh People’s Theatre.
Dudley’s favourite space is at Jeanie’s shop.
There are very few taboo subjects left these days, but the one that will eventually come to us all still leaves many people uncomfortable.
The end is nigh.
‘Hilarious’, ‘mesmerising’ and ‘outstanding’ **** (LondonPubTheatres.
A college student offers a scattered recollection of her childhood, her perceived trauma and the chaos leading up to her mother’s recent disappearance.
A character comedy set in Philadelphia about struggling to maintain one’s authenticity while facing inevitable change.
What if Christ returned and we all missed it? From an award-winning theatrical duo, Down to Earth is the entirely untold and untrue story of Gene Christ: a veteran park ranger and …
A jaw-dropping mind-reading show that will have you grinning from ear to ear, scratching your head in bafflement, and wondering if you might just have seen a glimpse of the future.
Calvin is going to revolutionise his life.
‘He’s seen my Foo Foo.
Join Faith, a young woman addicted to Love, on a quest into the dark heart of its enchantments – and if there’s any life worth living without them.
GOYA Theatre Company’s Don’t Say Macbeth is a fast-paced show filled with well-balanced satire that pokes fun at and spoofs the theatre and musical industry.
Let Philip Simon keep your little ones giggling more than that time they saw their teacher’s dirty washing on Google Classroom! Created during lockdown to entertain the children bo…
Are emotional shackles holding you back? Join Tamás on a journey from childhood in an overprotective family in conservative Hungary to standing on his own feet as an adult in libe…
Three by Nigro.
Forth on the Fringe is the largest showcase event of Fringe entertainment available at this year’s festival.
Back for its 10th year this show bounces with energy.
For the first time in Edinburgh, Australia’s favourite kidult comedy duo, The Listies, present their hilarious adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic – Hamlet.
We’re grounded! An international hacking scandal means the planes can’t fly and everyone has to stay where they are.
How quickly can you write a TV show? A month? A week? A day? Felix, Phoebe and Alice have 40 minutes.
Fantastic teatime mess-about with BlundaBus favourites and more! The twinkliest idiots, artists and clowns.
Like all women, Jo has been called her fair share of things, many not so flattering.
Well, hello there! How do you boo? Teenage playwright Jaz Skingle brings her sell-out debut play, Ghost Therapy, to the Edinburgh Fringe.
It’s time to spend a glorious afternoon with Dolly Diamond, the Queen of the Dessert, as she regales you with some salacious stories and songs, while you sit back and enjoy a delic…
An award-winning theatrical sightseeing tour around the darker side of Europe’s most haunted city on a classic 1960s Routemaster bus.
Presenting a one-woman show about a planet-saving superhero who’s lost her mojo.
Button lives in an alleyway surrounded by cardboard boxes and items rescued from the bin.
The Edinburgh University Savoy Opera Group is back at Paradise Green with a musical whodunit by Kander and Ebb, the pair behind Chicago and Cabaret.
A shameless ode to desolate puppy-love in all its mundane, absurdist glory, featuring toads, sperm-banks and carrots.
1939: Bette returns home knowing she’s to lose, as the press leaked the Oscar winners.
Since Charles Ross first brought his hilarious show to Edinburgh in 2006, it has established itself as a Fringe favourite.
Woman is sat in a therapist’s office.
Covering artists from all across the pop music spectrum, Accordion Ryan will sing and play your favourite bangers in a way you’ve never heard them before! Having played in venues a…
Following their sell-out shows in Manchester and London So La Flair make their Edinburgh debut with their cabaret campaign against keeping up culture.
The Original Guru Dudu and the team returns to Edinburgh with our hilarious and engaging tours.
A spoof true-crime documentary* with all the ingredients of your favourite true-crime docs! The mysterious murder of a victim, pushed down the stairs and hidden in the town’s wat…
The continuing story of PD’s perpetually interrupted life.
The Fremonts have been married ten years and have the therapy bills to prove it.
Sharlin Jahan (BBC 4’s The Now Show, BBC Essex Radio) is a Bangladeshi, British, Canadian Comedian.
Winner of Best Children’s Weekly Award, Fringe World 2020.
‘Had all my children howling with laughter’ (Scotsman).
Fab-u-lous! A new high-energy physical comedy about a lonely old man and a homeless dog who become friends and enter the world of ballroom dancing.
Are you a kid? Do you like music, laughing and whack-a-doodle-noodle craziness? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then grab your pet adult and join us! Award-winning c…
What if men could really understand what women want? Is it even possible? And if it was, would their heads implode? Join comics Kimberley Datnow and Peter Bazely this summer, as th…
Volunteers needed for very important scientific research*.
Mr Brightside hasn’t left the UK charts in 18 years.
Fringe favourites – New York City comedian Katharyn Henson, ‘kicking some serious comedy ass’ (Scotsman), and internationally touring Ollie Horn, ‘a natural’ (BroadwayBaby.
Variety artiste Ada Campe decided to do some research into her family history during lockdown – and was delighted and intrigued by what she found! Join her for a show about wonde…
In the mid-80s, at 6 months old, my grandparents become my legal guardians.
Naughty Corner Productions’ eighth show promises to be the immersive event of the year.
Leith Social offers a rotation of different comedic, musical and cabaret acts under the roof of The Pitt Street Market, hosted by Cornish comedian Sam Lake.
Get ready for an evening of bombastic bad taste in the killer new show from cult drag superstar Baby Lame.
Dan’s always wanted to be a father.
Tobias hates mash and Steve hates Tobias, but when they discover their mom to be patient zero in a world of flesh-eating zombies, the torn apart brothers get pieced back together, …
‘(Le) PAIN brilliantly expresses the pressure of generational expectations and a small-village mindset.
Following his sold-out, five-star debut show, The Man, Patrick McPherson makes his anticipated return with Colossal.
Matty Grey is back in Edinburgh and going back to Gameland.
Winner of Best Cabaret and Variety Show at Fringe World 2022 Life’s a Drag takes you on a reality-shaking rollercoaster ride of what it really takes to be a queen! Australian vocal…
The hopelessly flawed Sugarcoated Sisters unleash their multi-million-hit TikTok personas onto the stage for the first time.
You’ve seen football.
Nominated for Best Kids’ Show at this year’s Leicester Comedy Festival 2022.
Inspired by tales of Sir Lancelot and Robin Hood, plucky heroine Will Tell disguises herself as a knight and rides off on a chivalric quest to rescue her freedom-fighting dad from …
Jaw dropping piano whiz and star of BAFTA-winning Harmonic Spectrum film, Sean Logan presents funky and furious keyboard acrobatics with musings on life as a neurodiverse musician.
A camp play on the Lizzie Borden case, Lottie Plachett Took a Hatchet is a comedy about axe murder, sexual depravity, and the installation of a toilet.
Sutton Coldfield, 1995.
Two teams of comedians – one team depressed, one team anxious.
Cameron Cook pushes character work to incredible new heights in his debut solo show, previously performed to sold-out audiences at Soho Theatre.
Title says it all! (Evil laugh).
We all love a good story.
With not a zombie in sight, we are taken into a sanctuary of “normality” while the outside world rots.
An interactive late-night quiz for musical theatre queens.
Clownfish Theatre has returned to the Edinburgh Fringe with an updated version of their show which saw sell-out audiences in 2019 as well as similar success in Adelaide.
Join comedian and children’s author Olaf Falafel for an hour of really stupid kids’ comedy plus a drawing lesson and possibly something that involves fishing, ducks, bumbags and …
The fun, family, science comedy show is back! New tricks this year include popping a balloon with an orange, a twist on the famous table cloth trick, a device that runs electricity…
Sam Dugmore (The Latebloomers: Scotland!) is locked and loaded as the greatest action hero of all time, unearthing his ruthless man skills to confront his biggest nemesis.
A friendly fun-filled afternoon show with a revolving line-up of the best children’s and family-friendly performers from around the Fringe.
When Ross’ wife leaves him for another woman, he fears he will never find love again.
Winner of Best Magic Adelaide Fringe 2022.
Critically acclaimed writer and performer Kevin P Gilday (Suffering from Scottishness, Sonnet Youth) takes a verbal sledgehammer to lazy stereotypes and attempts to deconstruct wha…
A series of unfortunate events led Riley to realise that there is no place for him in society.
Jack Docherty, BAFTA award-winning star of Scot Squad and Absolutely, returns to the festival with a tender, playful, darkly comic tale, where he grapples with lost youth, love, fa…
The smash-hit, internationally acclaimed, multi sell-out Fringe phenomenon is back with their hilarious combination of an entirely serious adaptation of Macbeth, with an entirely s…
Ben Hart is already a star by any measure, having headlined his own BBC shows and reached the final of a certain UK-based TV talent show, but when Hart enters the vast stage of the…
Mat Ricardo is a juggler with 35 years’ experience performing in front of audiences all over the world.
What is the scariest thing in the world? Spiders… heights… whoever wins the conservative party leadership contest? None of the above.
Black Blues Brothers have quickly gained the reputation as one of the go-to circus-based acts on the Fringe, and, after witnessing this spectacle, it’s not hard to see why.
Behold: the eternal masterwork of puppetry for adults returns to Edinburgh! Willingly undergo a heart-wrenching parade of theatrical demises that will severely exacerbate your fear…
America’s Got Talent semi-finalist Dom Chambers makes his Fringe debut with the magically titled Fake Wizard.
Uptight and unlucky in love, Felix is the ‘mate of honour’ for his best friend’s wedding.
Railed is the newest offering from fringe-circuit regulars, the Head First Acrobats hailing from Australia.
Magic Gareth returns to the Pleasance Courtyard with Magic Eye! Expect some kick-ass, eye-bending magic and a whole load of nonsense (and balloons)! This brand-new show from the mi…
Internationally renowned jazz a cappella group The Oxford Gargoyles make their return to the Fringe.
A melancholy artist and a mute architect take a road trip of the soul.
Cluedo, Roald Dahl and one film in particular from 1985.
The highly anticipated world premiere of Irvine Welsh's Porno catches up with the lives of Renton, Sickboy, Begbie & Spud, fifteen years after their appearance in TRAINSPOT…
As the title Charlie Russell Aims to Please suggests, the entire show is an amalgamation of various theatre techniques from musical to slapstick to the dramatic in Russell’s atte…
Welcome to the Church of Ram, where sheep are people, people are sheeple and the apocalypse is just getting started.
The true story of a complicated young woman’s attempts to survive anorexia and maintain a debilitatingly positive attitude in post 9/11 New York City.
Magician Kevin Quantum, trained by Penn & Teller, presents a fast-paced, jaw-dropping show, that guarantees to blow your mind.
They’re back at last! Britain’s greatest cabaret trio return with their smash-hit show guaranteed to put ‘a massive smile on your face and a spring in your step’ (Scotsman).
The Ghosting of Rabbie Burns by Gillian Duffy.
Wes Anderson meets Hitchcock meets spaghetti western in this multi award-winning, intercontinental, inter-genre, cinematic caper of accusations, accidents and accents.
Assembly’s Gala celebrates the opening of our 2022 programme of over 200 shows.
Britain’s most loveable fox takes you on a journey of laughs, storytelling and song in a show for all the family, specially written for the live stage and packed with fun and excit…
Join queer cabaret icon Aidan Sadler as they take you on the award-winning journey to Tropicana! Nothing is safe from ridicule so be led on an exploration of body image, heteronorm…
As part of a continuing physical and mental tailspin, Frankie Boyle suppresses his overarching sense of futility and horror to tell jokes for an hour in the final days of organised…
Two’s Company is Gillian Duffy’s take on rekindled romance and finding new direction in later life, following 55-year-old Maureen as she navigates life after her second divorce…
Join this multi award-winning musical storyteller for another collection of story-songs.
If Joz Norris is no longer a comedian, then why is he still very good at making people laugh? You see, at some point in recent history, after an unfortunate experience with a non-s…
With a forensic talent for pinpointing the precise foibles, flaws and faults of a character and an uncanny capacity for evoking their vocal DNA, Jon Culshaw gives new life to one o…
Picture the scene: Fashion week.
Tatum, a university student, becomes the virgin bride of her sweetheart, entering an eternal marriage in the the Mormon church.
Never Let Go is a thrilling, hilarious one-man show the New York Times calls ‘a feat of ingenuity’.
A family show filled with singing, dancing, comedy and even a sea monster.
This is not a nice Fringe for comedy.
A dark comedy for the end of days.
A love note to the NHS.
Fringe-first award winner Joe Sellman-Leava (Labels, Monster) is back at the Fringe with his new work Fanboy in which he explores his relationship with his past and future self.
Still Floating is a brand-new piece of warm-hearted comic storytelling by BBC award-winning writer/performer and Fringe favourite Shôn Dale-Jones.
‘No, she’s not my sister.
Sweet sixteen would’ve been alright.
It’s Mr Bean meets The Shining! Don’t be fooled – Jim and Barb are no ordinary elderly couple.
New Perspectives presents The Great Almighty Gill.
The 2014 plan was a simple one, I would Casanova myself around our nation’s capital looking for consenting heterosexual adult males.
Despite Kindles and Netflix and Twitter and Podcasts, our collective love of books will never die; at least, if the audience of Classic! at Pleasance Courtyard is anything to go by…
Who is the bandaged man, obsessively in love and held captive inside an upmarket flat, counting down the seconds until it’s time for Her to return and the ‘thing I can’t say’ to be…
According to The Stage’s recently departed Scotland editor, Thom Dibden, comedy first overtook theatre as the largest proportion of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe’s programme du…
Catriona has a history of making stuff up.
‘D’you wanna come back to mine?’ New comedy about what we say to each other when the lights are off and no one else is listening.
A new show from James featuring his captivating mix of theatre, comedy and music.
This is the story of a humble spud Charlotte, who dreams of becoming a stand-up comedian.
Winner: Best Kids Show, 2022 (UK Kids Comedy Festival).
Featuring the savagely comedic feminist discourse of Adrienne Truscott with the slippery dramaturgy of Brokentalkers, Masterclass parodies the “great male artist” to within an in…
When writer/performer Jonathan Tipton Meyers lost his girlfriend, his business and his identity, he got in his car and drove.
‘A festival mainstay, the always worthwhile Comedy Club 4 Kids should be on the schedule of any self-respecting, chuckle-loving young Fringegoer.
It’s finals week on an unnamed university campus and a professor in English literature is having a bad time of it.
From Gigglemug comedy duo Sam Cochrane and Alex Prescot, Runesical is an amusing, action packed quest based on the role-palying game Runescape.
BFFs Kathy and Stella host Hull’s least successful true-crime podcast.
Welcome to Sad Girls Club, where girls are allowed to be.
It’s been two years since Finn quit his job, came off social media and disappeared.
A new comedy by Bert Tyler-Moore co-creator of The Windsors.
Life is Soft – Martin Creed, Turner prize-winning artist.
Hope’s leaving her home town up north for the bright lights of London.
The Receptionists is a physical comedy show about customer service by two Finnish female clowns.
Mama Love is a one-woman show in which Lea Blair Whitcher plays with the absurdities of the idealised and toxic images of motherhood in which she finds herself enmeshed.
A fast-paced, comic fantasia by two-time Fringe First winner Brian Parks.
Welcome to The Twenty-Sided Tavern, where laughter flows like ale and the story is yours to control.
New show from Edinburgh-based piano virtuouso Will Pickvance (Anatomy of a Piano, Pianohood, First Piano On The Moon).
There’s significant anger in One of Two; a sense of injustice felt by a young man whose experience of the not-so-subtle cruelties and discrimination endured by disabled people is…
Brenda (Jacqueline King), a marriage counsellor, is faced with multiple challenges.
I’m sure we can all remember seeing our teachers feeling the pressure on the cusp of parents evening, and as we’re beginning to realise in light of the unprecedented events of …
Finally – the scandalous truth behind EastEnders revealed! Gasp as walk-on actor Tony Coventry lifts the lid and spills his beans! Performed by James Holmes.
Have you ever wondered how people in the past dealt with their periods? If Queen Victoria coasted* through her cramps? What if period dramas really were about.
‘They all knew the person I was when they gave me the part,’ Harry Kershaw complains, words that ring hollow and true, in a prophetic sort of manner, a common feeling that we …
Pack your calculators, save your spread sheets and set your automatic email reply because Karen from Finance is heading Out of Office! She’s hitting the road and she’s hitting it h…
A robot, an alien and a human.
Erin Hunter’s Surfing the Holyland is a dynamic and fast-paced one-woman show in which she tells the autobiographical story of her year living in Tel Aviv, the colourful cast of …
My Dad is the most important man in the country* but this isn’t about him.
In this high-impact dark comedy half-brothers Odin and Loki must overcome primordial giants, rival Gods and Goddesses, and their own ambitions – in their quest to seize power ove…
Well-written, though lacking in some areas, Out to Lunch is an enjoyable watch for anyone interested in a slice of wacky humour.
Ki and Dee – On the Sesh.
Actor and writer Kristin Mcilquham can’t seem to finish a list.
It must be a baker’s dozen years since Scottish author, playwright and performer Alan Bissett first introduced us to Moira Bell, his much-loved tribute to the hard-working, hard-…
Direct from London’s glittering West End, the boys are back with the songs and wit of those masters of mayhem and mirth: timeless musical comedy legends Flanders and Swann.
There are 250,000 different species of flies - which one are you? SWARM is an experimental, dark comedy exploring the connection between expressions of white privilege and the beha…
A one-woman parody, brought to you by Moon Loaf.
An Audience With Milly-Liu is a one-man cat-drag, late-night comedy.
Written and performed by Rachel Stockdale.
In a brightly lit cottage on a dark, dreary night, a desperate architect and a gormless schoolteacher make panicked last-minute touches to their home while they wait for a long-ant…
You can have too many carrots in one show.
A humorous and sometimes shocking insight into the untold stories of women in Scotland and the fine line they had to walk in an ever-changing climate of politics, religion and magi…
Fantastical entertainment like no other.
Who haunts our world-famous underground vaults? Join Minging Annie from Edinburgh’s past and explore what is it like to have been trapped beneath the city streets for 400 years.
It’s getting late.
Hot Dog has just been dumped by her girlfriend, Dumpling, and now she must candidly examine what it means to live in a post-Dumpling world.
What does it take to satiate a heartbroken 20-something homosexual with a penchant for deep-diving into the sensory stimuli he finds along the way? In this hour-long piece, Michael…
Award-winning actress and playwright Terra Taylor Knudson uses wit, anecdotes, and creative conjecture to weave Shakespeare’s works into her own coming-of-age story, and illustra…
Film Reads Kids takes your favourite childhood movies and completely rewrites with jokes and nonsense.
From the rivers of Venice to the far-off kingdom of Barataria, the University of St Andrews’ Gilbert and Sullivan Society brings The Gondoliers into your home.
The perfect afternoon show.
After a year and a half off the stage, Chris Cook returns to the Finge for his eighth year with something different every night.
Multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter and stand-up, Paul Dennis brings his music and comedy together for the first time.
Tick Tick could give The Wolf of Wall Street a run for its money when it comes to the frequency of “Fuck”.
This twelve-strong company are enthusiastic, bright young things who sing, sway and beat-box with great spirit.
‘Ahhhh Gaaaa Do Do Do!’ This exciting new comedy takes place behind the scenes at a family entertainment resort, somewhere up North.
Make cabaret queer again! Bursting onto the London scene, Tropicana is the future of queer comedy cabaret.
Britain’s most loveable fox returns to Underbelly with his amazing Family Fun Show.
What are the ingredients for a bank robbery comedy? A ragtag criminal gang, a double serving of double-crossing, a training montage, and many pairs of dark sunglasses.
As seen and heard on Netflix, Union Jack Radio and the Max Turner final.
Meet Shakespeare, but not the Shakespeare you know.
Ever wanted to ask a stripper what she eats for breakfast? What does her self-care routine consist of? What was her favourite subject at school? How about employment conditions dow…
Comedian Isy Suttie (Peep Show) presents a darkly comic tale about the joy and horror of romance.
In a moving one-woman show, Lubna Kerr explores race, heritage, gender and health in the context of her and her family's experiences as a Pakistani family in Glasgow.
Following the death of their manager, four bartenders are faced with the impossible task of resurrecting their bar before it is taken over by a massive corporate chain.
For regular fringegoers this year, there are markedly few of the regular staple performers returning to contribute to the semblance of normality the festival is offering up.
Radio 69 is an irreverent queer British comedy set in a radio station in the Scottish borders.
Highly Suspect is a highly novel theatrical experience in which four actors take on the roles of supporting players from the Sherlock Holmes stories - Watson, Le Strade, Mycroft an…
Set in the wonderfully open, socially-distanced and drinks-to-your-seats Garden Theatre of theSpaceuk’s Symposium Hall, the a capella group Semi-Toned return to the Fringe with f…
Madhouse by Nottingham New Theatre at [email protected]’s Hall does what it says on the tin.
What secret did the Chaplins, Carole Lombard, William Powell and a host of other film stars from the last century share? Witness the mystery unravel in one of the most notorious ho…
Perthshire maverick Gussie McCraig joins No.
When the juggler drops, is it on purpose? Daniel began his career as a busker and is still often found juggling on the Royal Mile.
Claudio loves Hero and Benedick hates Beatrice.
The Guru Dudu team returns to Edinburgh with our hilarious and engaging tours.
The Hyenas are taking you out-out on the hen do of your life! So buckle up and suck into that polyester dress! Expect audience participation, crap karaoke and pray we make it out a…
Jack Docherty, the BAFTA award-winning star of Scot Squad and Absolutely, and one of Scotland’s favourite comic performers, returns to the festival with a tender, playful, darkly c…
It’s all in that title, really.
‘Impressively evocative’ (Chortle.
To do list: house, get partner, career, smokin’ body and family.
In the not too distant future, millionaire and inventor (think Elon Musk with a further attitude problem) Hugh from Hu-Bris industries is launching the first superhuman artificial …
Did you have a birthday in the last year that was spoilt by COVID? Or an anniversary? Or a Christmas.
Interactive, hilarious and a ‘guaranteed great night out’ ***** (BroadwayBaby.
Starring the UK’s only dwarf drag queen.
Fringe legend Dave Alnwick performs exceptional magic.
Otway is an English singer-songwriter who has built a sizeable cult audience through extensive touring, a surreal sense of humour and a self-deprecating underdog persona.
A group of teenage friends celebrate after their final exams and look towards the future.
For a show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe entitled Corpsing you might be forgiven for thinking it’s a comedy about laughing out of place.
Agent November needs you to be the hero! The Museum of Secrets has been robbed! International cat-burglar Robyn Yew plans to auction off politically sensitive artefacts.
It’s bingo with loads and loads of prizes.
Moonlight on Leith, by Emilie Robson and Laila Noble, at theSpaceTriplex is inspired by the ‘Save Leith Walk’ campaign; a grassroots movement seeking to preserve the historic s…
Come join the brilliant Boogie Shoes Silent Disco Walking Disco as they return to their Scottish roots for an immersive dance-walk through the historic streets of Edinburgh.
Siblings Ansel and Gretchen explore the complexities of human connection.
Unearthed! Incredible magic that’s fooled some of the most brilliant and creative people ever to have lived.
In association with Smock Alley Theatre, acclaimed Irish comedian Tadhg Hickey brings you his weird and wonderful part-theatre, part-stand-up comedy show, In One Eye, Out the Other…
1976: Rookie Police Cop Jimmy Johnson is out to avenge his brother’s death.
Deena MP Ronayne’s award-winning debut as a writer takes audiences on an emotional journey ranging from fear and hate to delight and joy.
You are the hero in this immersive, spy-themed escape game.
Winner of Best Ensemble at a Tucson Fringe Festival 2021.
Shades of White is set in 1990s Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA during the year of the 75th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921.
Femme Ta Bouche: a gender-bending cabaret star with cancer, cooped up in rural Arkansas, wants to make a statement.
Celebrate the return to live entertainment with an exciting evening of variety hosted by radio personality Mark McKenzie in the home of the Army.
The untold side to the story of Aladdin’s Jafar and how he went from a selfless royal advisor to a man desperate to make things right again…
Combining childlike wonder, adult cynicism, and Shakespearean gravitas in his impressively compelling story, master storyteller Dennis Elkins poses increasingly difficult questions…
A comedy about four working-class friends, Nick, Dan, Michelle and Lucy.
A comedy play about two veteran local radio DJs finally getting their shot at the big time: the breakfast show on national radio.
One-woman, bilingual (English/French) mask show.
Cathy works at the local leisure centre.
Remember when your religion teacher taught you about ridin’? And the school nurse told you to shave your pits? Or here, discovering your clit the first time? Wait, you haven’t yet?…
King Richard the Lionheart is dead.
A biting and heartfelt one-woman odyssey about what it really means to be loud.
‘Utterly charming’ (Portsmouth Herald,US).
In this new one-man show, with a full cast via video, playwright and performer John Feffer portrays the fall and unlikely rise of a straight man in a comic world.
‘The only thing for you now is to find a good wife.
Billed as ‘the future of queer comedy cabaret’ Tropicana is Aidan Sadler’s 80’s solo show of classic queer hits at the suitably late hour of 23:15 at theSpaceTriplex.
Improvabunga is the totally improvised movie adventure extravaganza.
The residents of Heather Avenue are in lockdown, forced to rely on the phone and Zoom to communicate.
Do you believe in love at first sight? Will has a secret.
Captivate Theatre returns to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this year with their production of Sunshine on Leith, at Multistory, first performed in 2014 and twice thereafter.
In the heart of the British countryside, prophet and visionary Ram of God leads his flock in a life of simple devotion.
A new online one-woman show digitally broadcast from East London’s leading drag club, The Glory.
An immersive feel-good experience that comprises personal storytelling and comedy to tell a story about growing up and making a home in the world.
Emma and Sinéad know all that glitters isn’t gold, but when given the opportunity to go from €3.
With Sistas Before Mistas as their rally cry, the girls of St.
A blasphemous dark comedy about the end of the world.
Actors Repertory Theatre Luxembourg presents a linked trio by Erik Abbott, unfolding across the Covid era and portraying stories of the pandemic with laughter and hope.
Murmur is an absurdist audio drama; an experimental ‘sound cartoon’ for the listener.
With only six degrees of separation, we are all connected.
Presenting Bear Hands, new writing by Gatlin Perrin.
Quaker singer-songwriter, poet and eco-worrier, Majk Stokes, brings his quirky humour (and his mild obsession with superheroes) back to the Fringe for an online charity concert com…
A site-specific theatrical performance combining movement and text, featuring two women and two couches in two different cities.
A lighthearted comedy about university student Sophie, and her journey of discovering what it means to be a woman in this world.
Trapped in a manor house, two hapless Glaswegian detectives must investigate the deaths of each family member, but try not to become victims themselves… A time-warp murder myster…
Elaine Liner’s unapologetically satirical play takes liberties for laughs, with the biographies of famous political rivals Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton.
A writer enters his studio and is visited by five eccentric and imposing characters with the purpose of creating a play that defines the 21st century.
Music is the food of love – and we needed to play on.
An exclusive musical comedy taxi journey, with multiple costume/character changes, frills, frolics, fun and glasses of fizz.
V-Card is a new comedy by Alison Hall about Hazel, a young woman whose friends take it upon themselves to help her resolve her lack of sexual experience when they find out that she…
It’s only rock’n’roll, till it isn’t.
Fiercely fabulous and fictitious Las Vegas lounge legend, Trudy Carmichael has lived (and nearly died), loved (and often lost) more than most mere mortals, but she gets through all…
‘Laugh-out-loud funny, bold, fascinating, whip-smart’ **** (Everything-Theatre.
From the Britain’s Got Talent 2020 semi-finalist, trained by Penn and Teller, Edinburgh Fringe sell-out.
Ellipsis is an exploration of bereavement, the nature of turning everything into punchlines, and desperately trying to stay afloat amidst the two.
What are dogs really like? Will Matt turn into a dog? In a crazy but true story, Matt Black offers joyful entertainment with surprising dog facts, excellent poems, cheap props and …
Have you ever been at a wedding and forced to accept that today isn’t all about you? You’ve had to fake a smile and mingle with distant relatives you can’t remember the names…
Beverly and husband Laurence are throwing a party for their newlywed neighbours, Tony and Angela.
Broadway / West End veteran Timothy Quinlan exposes the humbling truth about life in musical theatre.
The irrepressible Glummer Twins are back to celebrate the joys, absurdities and indignities of getting older.
Ever thought about what you’d do if the world was going to end? Six friends living on the outskirts of London are caught up in the shenanigans that ensue when a solar flare is anno…
Is there anything more complex than the female mind? In this 21st-century world, every action is just so difficult for people to understand! They’ve liked my photo, do they fancy m…
A light-hearted afternoon of trios, duets and solos from opera and musical theatre, encompassing Mozart to Sondheim.
IKP present a bonkers theatre adventure in this brand-new comedy adaptation of L Frank Baum’s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.
Sex, thugs and bowling balls.
When exes Claire and Niamh bump into each other for the first time in years while out with their current partners, they have no idea just what they’ve gotten themselves into.
As part of their 2020 UK tour, Threedumb Theatre presents two explosive and comedic short plays written by Steven Berkoff, performed back-to-back by the same one actor.
A small theatre company are performing their murder mystery play, Death at Sea, but during the show, everything goes wrong.
A playful, one-woman comedy about a single mum’s trials and adventures in the year 2000 at the dawn of Internet dating.
A woman on the cusp of turning 30 pours over the last decade of her life.
Son, brother and patient, Graham subsists on a full-fat diet of petty grievances and crosswords.
Just Two Guys have arrived to bring you an experience you won’t forget! Their unique blend of acoustic rock music, comedy, and food creates the most fulfilling musical performanc…
Failure Studies is a new short play by Marco Biasioli.
It’s 1984 and the author of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, Douglas Adams, is in trouble.
Echoing the crossover concert styles of Liberace and Victor Borge, this world-touring US pianist/singer is a classical musician gone rogue.
Anarchist: noun; a person who rebels against any authority or established order.
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.
Murder has come to a quiet Yorkshire village where nothing ever happens.
A romantic Greek comedy.
In a world where we ignore any films past Shrek 2.
Using only a deck of cards and a very talented toy rabbit, magician Craig Stephenson has dazzled audiences around the world with his exemplary sleight of hand skills combined with …
Like Disney? Like c*ck? Then you’ll love Happily Ever Poofter! Following a smash-hit UK and international tour, the untold story of a gay fairytale prince – 2019’s hottest musi…
Ever met someone with a great intuition for everyone but themselves? Meet Lori Hamilton.
Diana Diamonte inspires her four boys to explore something we’re all interested in: bodies.
Opera is dying! Can David bring it back to life with his one-man production of La Serva Padrona? Comedy, cocoa and questions of consent collide in this new English version of Pergo…
After years of being agony aunts, they are left feeling agonised! But changing career is not easy, especially in today’s life.
Who was Shakespeare’s true love? Anne Hathaway who seduced the young Will.
A gay man, a straight man and a massage table… Happy Ending introduces you to a simple, perfectly professional massage therapist who goes about his day job never knowing who his …
Join acclaimed mystery maestros Highly Suspect for a hilarious and interactive murder mystery, which you – the audience – must solve! Featuring a fiendish plot, evidence to exa…
Beowulf sets out to save the Danes, redefine heroism and crack some legendary jokes along the way.
Now in its 13th year, Forth on the Fringe is the largest showcase event of Fringe entertainment available at this year’s festival.
Told through a series of flashbacks interspersed with the “Last Supper”, The Woman Who Cooked Her Husband is a hilarious exploration of jealousy, humiliation, deceit and betrayal w…
The Edinburgh satirical smash hit returns newly revised and updated! Election 2020.
A talk show with a difference! Join George Monkey along with his primate pal, Cedric as he chats with invited guests in this unique and hilarious talk show featuring some of the be…
Sexy and subversive, audacious and hilarious, this one-woman show puts a knife in the back of traditional fairy tales.
A thrilling intimate showcase sees our hilarious Master of ceremonies introduce a cast of outrageous performers including world-class comedians, astonishing magicians, cabaret croo…
Broken Britain, 1987, Rita and Sue; two teens hungry for adult adventure embark on a wicked journey that takes them on a very raucous ride – literally! You’ll be shocked, you may…
Head down to the Fringe’s shadiest nightspot as The Illicit Thrill is back in the strip-teasing business.
Two friends, Jack and Phil, meet in a hotel, bringing a video camera.
Breaking down? Worn out, but can’t find the manual? Book in for this funny, tender, toolbox talk about how to keep going.
The legendary dark prince of comedy-cabaret has brought his new show to the Edinburgh Fringe.
Winner of the 2018 Kenneth Branagh New Drama Writing award, this comedy about a tragedy locks King Hamlet and Yorick in a battle of wits between two old fools, where only one of th…
Birthdays are magical, especially when you get to celebrate several at the one party! You’re invited to travel through a lifetime of magical birthday experiences and join in the …
Enjoy a plaguey, fiery hour in this informative and interactive one-man show for history-loving kids.
Double Fringe First winners bring Bronte evangelists who fight and bite at West Norwood’s first-ever Jane Eyre convention (Jeremy Kyle meets Comic Con).
Want to enjoy an hour of madcap comedy circus whilst simultaneously instilling in your kids a sense of domestic duty? Look no further – this sell-out show is back and tidying you…
Are you a kid? Do you like music, laughing and whack-a-doodle-noodle craziness? Grab your pet adult and join us! Direct from a UK tour and last year’s sell-out run; we’re back …
Best in Fringe Kids 2019.
It’s officially the world’s most sought after tribute to the BBC’s iconic sitcom – and it’s back! Step inside and experience this comedy spectacular from the inside-out a…
Cameron Cook’s debut solo show, previously performed to full houses at Soho Theatre, offers up that rare and sought-after Fringe experience – you see a show, you know next to not…
The perpetrators of 2019’s satirical smash hit Now That’s What I Call Brexit – ‘Searing satire’ **** (BritishTheatreGuide.
When a shipment containing a highly protected Sypher Corp suit goes missing in space, it’s up to John Hawk and a team of space marines to collect the asset, transport it across the…
What do we make with our lives? An artist worries his work has lost its way.
The magic of David Attenborough live! A blue whale swims through the depths.
Irasshaimasé! Welcome to the store! Meet Keiko.
Seeing how well it did for Greta Thunberg, a budding influencer jumps on the climate change bandwagon in a bid to become the most famous person on Earth.
She’s the dreamer of dreams.
The remarkably funny and true story of actor Nigel Miles-Thomas putting on the first-ever Pantomime in Los Angeles in 1991.
A new dark comedy about foot-and-mouth disease by Fringe First award winner Emily Jenkins.
From a very young age, Nicola has been determined to prove to her four older siblings, and the world, that she is more than just a little sister.
BAFTA-winning actor, comedian, singer, writer, independence campaigner, panto legend, feminist and socialist, Smith is rarely accused of lacking opinions.
Written With Crayons by Ciara McNiff.
Based on the classic 1956 short film by Albert Lamorisse, the award-winning Lucky Dog bring their brand-new show to Edinburgh Fringe.
A comedic dash through the big-hitters of the Bible, courtesy of the Blockbusters board and in the company of two accomplished storytellers.
LIP Service brings their critically acclaimed production of Samuel Beckett’s tragicomedy Waiting for Godot to Edinburgh from Texas.
They’ve cycled 1500 miles to get to the Fringe, carrying on the back of their bikes all of the set, props and costumes they need for their brand-new show.
Strangely’s folk-punk-cabaret riot returns with new songs and shenanigans.
Argentinian dance music greets us as we enter the space for two-man physical theatre experience Un Poyo Rojo, but the vast majority of the show takes place in silence.
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.
Daisy MacDade tells the strange-but-true story of her extraordinary experiences as an Edinburgh-based sugarbaby trying to get through university.
In June 2017, one vote changed a village in middle England forever.
Reality TV lurches onto the stage, with four familiar Shakespearean characters competing to win a thousand gold crowns.
Charlotte was a legendary Hollywood props mistress who disappeared from public view decades ago.
After their sell-out success last year with three Alan Bennett plays, BCP return with two of Ayckbourn’s short comedies performed back to back.
David Harmer and Ray Globe recently turned 60.
After their sell-out success last year with three Alan Bennett plays, BCP return with one of Alan Ayckbourn’s most recent tragi-comedies.
The five-time Tony Award and seven-time Drama Desk Award-winning show now revived for 2019.
A scholar and an amnesiac find themselves on the shore of the river Styx.
Served with a smile and a sprinkling of humour, Suzanne brings you a portion of poetry to tickle the taste buds.
French-born Marianne has spent most of her adult life in the UK.
At the age of five she already knew she wanted to play the cello and conquer the world with her red cello case on her back.
John Chesterton works in a world where political correctness is paramount.
Na na na na na na na na Batman! Na na na na na na na na panto! Panto! Batman! Pantooooo! After a sell-out adult pantomime in 2018’s Fringe, WDG is back with a new not-family-frie…
With thrilling stories, silly games, and pervy puppets, Sex Ed is the smartest, slam-bangin’-est cabaret in town.
Riddled Image have been invited to a funeral, but something quickly becomes clear when they arrive: the funeral is for one of them.
‘I ate the divorce papers, Charles.
From Patrick Barlow (The 39 Steps), Ben Hur follows an amateur theatre troupe as they produce the massive tale of the fictional prince and merchant, Judah Ben-Hur.
Waking in the bridal suite on his wedding day, Bill finds a strange girl in his bed.
An agoraphobic phone sex dominatrix goes on a whirlwind journey across the Bavarian countryside – and deep within herself – in order to rescue a friend from the claws of a myth…
YouTube sensation, the Queen, is bringing her unique brand of Christmas messages live to the stage.
Florist’s assistant Seymour becomes a sensation when he discovers an exotic plant with a macabre craving.
In a desperate last-ditch attempt to save their underfunded and dwindling church, two priests come to the conclusion that the best way they can raise funds is by selling the one re…
‘The worst day of our lives might just be the best thing that ever happened to us’.
The Pope makes legal history having his predecessor exhumed and put on trial.
We meet Lily in a therapists office in Manhattan.
Chic Murray was the comedian’s comedian.
Will Gompertz feels like an old friend, not because I have ever met him, but because I have grown up with his inciteful and interesting contributions as the BBC’s arts editor.
Fraser Gibson spends his time shamelessly promoting himself about town as a way to make a living.
Brecht’s darkly comic play about the ascent of the moronic, childish but charismatic gangster Arturo Ui should be relevant for obvious reasons.
Spin that wheel! Join us for an evening of totally improvised musical comedy where you create the show.
Nick is 14 years old.
A classroom comedy.
You can see a play every day in every theatre.
Shakespeare: Reloaded have reworked this classic Oscar Wilde play into something almost unrecognisable.
Maggie Taylor has the ideal life as an ageing dominatrix.
One of Shakespeare’s funniest comedies brought to you by CYD.
When two ex-government peons decide their next mildly illegal venture is selling bins that supposedly turn plastic into compost, they discover that Amersham has a sordid underbelly…
Everyone has a soundtrack to their life – from the songs that get you up on the dance floor to the ones that get you singing in your car, the songs that get you through hard time…
What do you want to see? A marriage or a funeral? An abandoned spaceship or a creepy dungeon? A murder or a resurrection? In Choose Your Own.
With their astonishing singing vocals, Brenda and Bernie attempt to perform the worlds greatest tribute to the divas show.
Our show tells the story of two women.
They have been dreaming of this since they were young and now the day has finally come.
This is a show about letting others and experiences steal your identity and what to do to get it back. As told by Sharon Stacy Statue.
Ever been called a bitch? Want to escape reality? Or simply want to have a motherf*cking good time? Welcome to the Bitch Ball.
We tell the story of a chance meeting on a train between a wealthy young graduate and a homeless northerner, and how this dramatic mirror casts light on the inequality of our socie…
Tired of the lack of progress in gender equality, Sal and Libby decide to take things into their own hands in the only sensible way they can think of: by starting a terrorist organ…
Man and woman meet, they fall in love and live happily ever after.
Derry comedian Peter E Davidson (The Blame Game, Live at the Sunflower) is back with his third Fringe show and this time.
Alex Hodgson’s Half Past Seven Show gives a muckle tip of his bunnet to some of Scotland’s best variety entertainers.
The RTO will once again endeavour to transcend all the expected orchestral clichés.
Spoof of Enid Blyton’s famous adventure book series The Secret Seven.
The Lashes are three queens on the run from Gaylead.
A young mother-to-be visits her in-laws for a Christmas trip.
On the night before Halloween, three grown siblings witness the cremation of their beloved mother and then spend the remainder of the holiday season arguing over the fate of mum’…
Buzzing is the story of Julie, a 50-something recent divorcee who is wanting to discover herself and “find meaning”.
Simone Belshaw presents Goblin and Fiends, a romp into femininity, idiocy, foxes and omelettes.
Mark Knight had the honour of performing to a packed-out room, clearly up for a fun Friday night of Mind Reading and Hypnosis – any Edinburgh performer’s dream scenario.
For centuries three witches have gathered on the solstice to create a potion to avoid being turned to stone at midnight.
Local band The Mackerel Eaters are searching for their inspiration and motivation in the cultural graveyard of ambition, Galway City.
Steph and Rhona work part-time in dead-end jobs and rent a flat they can’t afford.
Fast-paced, high-energy, physical theatre that features Shakespeare monologues re-imagined.
Chris Cross – The tricky Geordie cheekster returns for his 14th consecutive Fringe, with his unique madcap style of multi award-winning comedy magic, escapology and cunning stunt…
Two terrible twins with a talent for turmoil rule their school with terror and tyranny – until the arrival of a new head teacher with green scaly skin, sharp gnarly fangs and a l…
Trust the teenagers to fall too hard, to act too fast, to think too deep, to drink too much.
An award-winning, one-woman science comedy-musical about the neuroscience of love and loneliness.
A riotous romp through the history of the female body, the patriarchy and the bad science behind the titular gender myth.
Stand-up tantra diving shamelessly into the heart of your matter.
Almost 40 and totally single, Mandy takes us on a hilarious, raw 55-minute rollercoaster ride unearthing the magic elixir for her unmarried soul.
Jennifer B is a must-see! She’s a thirty-something blonde with a red lipstick, a protruding front and an animal instinct.
The Understudies is a completely improvised comedy musical that has enjoyed two successful years at the Edinburgh Fringe (2017 and 2018).
A comic Highland noir whodunnit.
A young and lonely caterpillar, whose eating habits have ballooned him to an impossible size, struggles to turn into a butterfly.
Local celebrity Jeremy Shaw is shot on his way to work one morning.
This comedy is about the crazy antics of an American cast bringing their show Tea for Three to a theatre in Ireland.
Coming from their success at the 2017 All-England Theatre Festival semi-finals, Our Star Theatre Company proudly presents their award-winning comedy, The Last Bread Pudding – a h…
AW King and Paul Vitty have written an entertaining and poignant theatre piece, enhanced with live music, which digs under the skin of a rock star’s ego and internal drive, as tw…
Get ready to raise the roof with Viva’s heaven-sent production! Sister Act is a divine musical comedy that will have you wanting to don a habit and sing along.
Join Viva for a fabulously funny, nostalgic romp back to the swinging 60s! A Slice of Saturday Night is set in a nightclub where young love, teenage dreams, fashion and music are t…
Two girls take on the world of app store dating.
After a hugely successful debut with their show iDENTiTY, Anomaly Theatre Company returns with three new dark comedies scrutinising the world that scrutinises us.
Following last year’s sold-out Edinburgh Fringe run, No Nonsense Productions (It’s a Wonderful Life: **** (EdinburghGuide.
Join us for a naughty night out in which the world of pantomime will be spun on its head in this hilarious, innuendo-filled show packed with sauce, smut and shocks.
The jolly summer hols have arrived at last! Young, brave Lady Iris Bungle and her beloved housekeeper, Mrs Squidgyfeet, find themselves at Hardwick Heights on the edge of Loch Ness…
Pour a glass of whisky, settle into the sounds of a sax solo and join ‘Little H’ for a new noir take on Shakespeare's famous tragedy, Hamlet.
I’m somewhat sceptical of companies bringing classic plays to the Fringe, be it an average Hamlet or yet another Woyzeck.
Internationally renowned a cappella sensation Semi-Toned return to Edinburgh, following two consecutive sell-out runs at the Fringe.
The Bristol Suspensions are on trial for crimes against a cappella! The 16-piece mixed a cappella group from the University of Bristol are being tried for various a cappella-relate…
Smelling: there’s an app for that.
Mallets takes place on a prissy perfect croquet lawn in Middle England, as the most tranquil of summer afternoons is forced to pay witness to a bloodthirsty grudge match between tw…
The 1950s: a golden era, idyllic, patriarchal.
In an unassuming French restaurant, an American news anchor meets with a man who reveals to her that the 1969 moon landing was faked and this time there’s proof.
Noel Coward and Gertrude Lawrence, one of the most successful partnerships in the 30s and 40s, (dead now unfortunately.
After moving from a tiny village and now currently piled up under a mountain of student debt plus the dizzying heights of life in the city, our postgraduate finds himself chatting …
A cold, clear, moonless night in the middle of winter.
Frances has decided to fly to Dublin to spit on Sister Ina Marsh’s grave.
Alena and Kat are splitting up.
David is a man of a certain age in an uncertain age.
The Visitors is an original play which centres around a night in the life of heroin addict Danny Strand as he attempts to rekindle his old flare for life.
Breaking the 4th Wall was founded by Imelda Reynolds and Frances Moylan.
This year’s hottest product has just hit the city.
Near Bristol, a clueless Swindonian encounters a secluded town with a distaste for strangers.
Broccolini’s creation is a darkly raw absurdist comedy about Red Lady, a symbol and exploration of the female identity.
A show about a Sue Perkins stan who has a life-size cardboard cut-out of the former Great British Bake Off presenter and an unwavering belief that she “will be glad to have someb…
This Sales Pitch is the only way forward.
This new comedy gives the audience a fly-on-the-wall view of how messy putting on a student Fringe play can be.
Big Spirit Theatre Company brings you, Downtown Shabby.
Award-winning Room 29 Theatre return with this fast-paced Tony Award-winning musical, following an eclectic group of six mid-pubescents that vie for the spelling championship of a …
Steven Berkoff’s irresistible EAST makes an inevitable return to the Festival Fringe, this time in a vibrant and energetic production by HiveMCR.
A hedgehog has spontaneously appeared in Malcolm’s brain.
With touches of Liberace and Victor Borge, this world-touring US pianist/singer is a classical concert artist gone rogue.
After the success of his debut hour, political comedian Don Biswas returns to the festival with a brand-new WIP show: Left-Wing Conspiracy Theorist with Dyspraxia 2.
Korean-ised adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic.
Fresh from a successful UK tour, uplifting, anthemic tunes punctuate stories and conversation, shedding light on mental health with self-deprecating honesty and dark humour.
An evening with the man himself, Bez. Hear tales of the Hacienda, the rise and fall, then rise and fall again of The Happy Mondays, winning Celebrity Big Brother and more.
Award-winning stand-up, cultural icon, author and columnist, with countless TV and radio credits (including I’m A Celebrity.
After a failed mutiny, three sailors find themselves cast adrift on a small piece of wood in the middle of the Atlantic; an angry Welsh doctor, a highly strung English first mate a…
At the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, there is a work by the artist Robert Montgomery, a large piece of signage that declares ‘THERE WILL BE NO MIRACLES HERE’.
Quick catch-up: it’s 2026, and we\'ve got four years left to save the world.
Spontaneous Potter Kidz is an entirely improvised Harry Potter comedy play, based on an audience suggestion of a fan fiction title.
Now in it’s 12th year, Forth on the Fringe is the largest showcase of Fringe entertainment available at this year’s festival.
Do you want to feel calmer, more focused and relaxed? Imagine a life where daily stress just floats by like a cloud in the sky, not a rain cloud, a nice one, a fluffy one.
Has the science of love made us unlovable? A 21st-century sonneteer, accompanied by a flautist, try to update relationship practice as laid down by Shakespeare’s sonnets.
A funny, touching and self-deprecating account of growing up in 1970s Wolverhampton.
Scotland’s answer to a Tarantino classic.
Expect the unexpected at the Scottish Arts Club.
Winner of Tony and Drama Desk Awards for Best Book, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee has charmed audiences with effortless wit and humour.
A honky-tonk opera by Jo Carol Pierce, ‘the greatest Texas songwriter you’ve never heard of’ (Texas Monthly).
Nowhere has Adam Smith’s Invisible Hand been harder at work than at the festival itself.
In their fabulous, elegantly refurbished and dead-central venue, clutching a stack of freshly minted songs and sketches, cabaret veterans Kit Hesketh Harvey and James McConnel retu…
Right before your very eyes, Susie K.
Multi award-winning, take-no-prisoners, passionate, lyrical, totally honest Scottish comedienne, TV and radio regular, playwright, blogger, bestselling author, columnist and, er, T…
Yes, it’s true! Those tap-dancing, juggling, pink-suited comedians from Tokyo are back at the Fringe for the sixth time! Don’t miss this hilarious, amazingly entertaining show!…
This high-energy, dirty storytelling open mic has been around the world.
Fat Cops invite you to join them in their hot tub for a frothy night of hip-shakin’, garage-groovin’, punk-glam chaos.
Lost in a Book! Too much of a good thing is still too much! When Melissa keeps re-reading her favourite fairy tales at the expense of family and friends, she goes from turning page…