‘Virtual demi-god… seeks woman to share his myth.
Scottish street-funk brass band Brass Gumbo take a magical musical tour through the back catalogue of The Beatles, infusing instrumental jazz and funk (and plenty of New Orleans se…
100% Soul! With Voices of Virtue Gospel Choir.
The hills are alive with the sound of comedy! Join us for a ward round of sketches and songs brought to you by St George’s Revue (yes, the same St George’s from 24 hours in A&E…
Join Fringe-favourite comedians Vladimir McTavish and Jay Sodagar for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe’s brand new chat and comedy show.
The Tealights return to the Fringe for their 15th year, bearing the gift of their brand-new show Imposter Syndrome: an hour of non-stop, nonsensical, sketch comedy.
Funny and touching tribute to this much-loved national treasure.
After almost two years of silence, Oxford’s critically acclaimed student sketch troupe are making a triumphant return to the Edinburgh Fringe with The People vs.
This is the show that puts the joke in woke.
The Oxford Revue are back again at the Edinburgh Fringe with an hour of sketches, stand-up and all sorts of assorted silliness! Known for kick-starting the careers of the likes of …
A showcase new to Edinburgh Fringe with some of the best comedians from around the Fringe with new and established material, doing things a bit differently with a few surprises, so…
From baseball to outer space, the American (In) Tent revue show is a lively event chock-a-block with all sorts of perspectives on current American life.
Scottish jazz/funk brass band Brass Gumbo take a magical musical tour through the back catalogue of The Beatles, infusing instrumental jazz and funk (and plenty of New Orleans seas…
The Golden Age of Television was blessed with some of the best-loved of comedians, but while Eric ‘n’ Ernie and Tommy Cooper and Frankie Howerd are still celebrated, some of the gr…
Behold, beware, behave! A brand-new sketch show from some comedians you don’t know! Join the Sheffield Revue in an adventure in time and sketch comedy.
Hey, you! Don’t watch that! Watch this! Another stand-up show from some comedians you don’t know! Featuring an amalgam of stand-ups from diverse backgrounds and influences and an M…
It’s the smallest comedy show in the smallest venue at the Fringe.
Tenement Jazz Band return to continue their exploration of the roots of jazz, from ragtime through to the jazz age.
The Malignant Humours have written you a prescription for some medical-grade sketch comedy! Returning for their 20th year at the Edinburgh Fringe, after eight years of back-to-back…
Join UCL’s premiere utensil-based sketch group for their eighth year at the Fringe.
Join the world-famous Oxford Revue as it returns to the Edinburgh Fringe for its 55th year.
Hear your favourite songs performed live from some of the most popular family films of all time – including hits made famous by Dick Van Dyke, Julie Andrews and many others.
Scottish street-funk brass band Brass Gumbo take a magical musical tour through the back catalogue of The Beatles, mixing instrumental jazz and funk (and plenty of New Orleans seas…
The Fear follows the lives of students, Ash, Ferg and Sam as they attempt to navigate their way through the ups and downs of their final year of university whilst struggling to cop…
When The Jazz Bar springs to mind, it is impossible not to think of the late legend Bill Kyle.
For their 19th year at the Edinburgh Fringe, St George’s Medics’ Revue are back with a prescription for the Malignant Humours and their new fast-paced, medically based, comedy …
Discover the span of universal highs and lows faced by us all through the experiences that life throws at us – love, heartache, fear, growing up and growing old.
Cam Cahoon is a brilliant and accomplished tenor with a gift for enchanting his audience and creating fast fans with every show! Your favorite Broadway hits, including popular song…
There is such a plethora of Donald Trump-inspired shows at Edinburgh Fringe Festival this year, it feels like it should almost become its own genre.
Following four years of sell-out London shows, Matt Forde’s political interview returns to Edinburgh for one show only with special guest, Alistair Darling.
Come one, come all – come join us, the University of Sheffield’s comedy society, in this wonderful Basement Bar at 48 Below, as we dazzle you with our sketch comedians and stan…
Edinburgh soul/funk heroes pay homage to the legend that is Stevie Wonder.
The Edinburgh Revue is back in black, bringing you sketch comedy straight from the horse’s mouth.
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 …
Vaudeville, comedy and cabaret are all on the menu in a five-star feast of first-rate fun.
In any amateur production, the most significant moments are those where one forgets that the performers are not professional.
The Edinburgh Revue returns for its eighth Fringe, bringing you an hour of ‘brave, intelligent, and inventive’ (BroadwayBaby.
This is how your night at the Fringe ends: not with a whimper, but a bang! Join the hottest up-and-coming acts from all across the Edinburgh Fringe for our late-night revue.
Bristol Revunions are a surreal, playful, energetic bunch of sketch comedians that have put together a brand-new show for you, full of original funny material.
Dave is on the beach, in Mexico, drinking margaritas.
Be there at the launch of the massive 2017 Free Fringe Festival! See an almighty selection of performers! Mingle with the acts and VIP guests! Meet our mad Chicken mascot in person…
What to wear to a cabaret show where the dress code was “dress for
the end of the world or the beginning”? Sorry, my supernova outfit is still in
With candid, poignant and irreverent original songs, Mac and Eden present ‘The Unbearable Pleasure of being a Woman’, a side-splitting comedy/cabaret, brain-child of singer/songwri…
Each performance of Blue Heart Theatre’s relationship based plays features five short dramas where the company chooses the first three and the audience the last two.
Oh la la la C’est Magnifique - musical theatre meets Parisian nightlife.
Next to Normal spin words, music, vocals and their sweet, sweet moves into sketch forms every damn day (after their day jobs).
On February 22nd 1952, 50 strangers gathered in the vaults of BBC Stoke to hear a groundbreaking new comedy act.
This show is the perfect way to start off your night at Brighton Fringe, as you spend an hour in the company of genial Scottish comedian Vladimir McTavish and guests in an early ev…
Statistically, January is the month in which tickets to musicals sell best, largely due to the miserable weather and post-Christmas blues.
Not sure what to see? Don’t fret, we’ve done the work for you and hand-picked this week’s top tips.
‘Hot Mess’ is a very serious sketch comedy duo consisting of Anna Piper (Funny Women’s One to Watch 2016) and Max Levine (Radio 4 Newsjack, Cambridge Footlights).
A selection of the very best stand-up comedy at Brighton Fringe.
Young Palestinian performers from Aida refugee camp, Bethlehem, will come together with Fringe favourites and surprise guests for this unique review show.
Hospitals can be surreal places at night.
After five years of sell-out shows, the worryingly funny doctors of tomorrow are back for their 17th year at the Fringe! Catch this fast-paced sketch show before the Right Honourab…
When it comes to comedy double acts none have come as close or endured as long as Laurel and Hardy.
Cabaret at Le Monde returns for its third year. Hosted by Bruce Devlin and featuring the finest artistes at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. www.lemondehotel.co.uk/fringe.
Come and see the renowned Durham Revue perform their own brand of ‘sublime’, ‘masterful’ (ThreeWeeks) sketch comedy, showcasing 60 minutes of student comedy at its finest.
A magical showcase of the funniest, fiercest female comics at the Fringe, curated by Funny Women 2015 finalist Sophie Duker and hotshot Texan improviser Erin Bimmons.
It’s alive! It’s alive! From the makers of Sketchup comes Sketchup 2: The Reawakening! A sketch show that is sure to tickle your comedy tendons into turmoil and tumult!
With a Cambridge Footlights endorsement on their flyer, this is a group already promising great things to an expectant audience.
Treason Show: Festival Special.
Shelf is Rachel Watkeys Dowie and Ruby Clyde, a double act with a “winning hybrid of sketch show and stand-up” **** (EdFringe).
The Black Cat Cabaret brings together exceptional acrobats, comics, dancers and singers to create a spectacular variety show inspired by Montmartre’s dark and daring heyday.
After nine sell-out years, the BSMS Medic Revue returns with its biggest show yet! Written, cast and crewed by medical students who explore life in medicine through comedy sketches…
The Unbearable Pleasure of Being a Woman,
a side-splitting comedy cabaret.
The perfect start to your night at Brighton Fringe.
A show suitable for students, the middle aged and old age pensioners - and that’s just the cast!
The group looks at the humour in their age and gender differences with interrup…
Ben Watson’s meet and
greet as we entered the theatre made his audience immediately warm to him.
Fascinating, touching and truly enlightening, this lesbian musical romance tells the story of forgotten Variety stars Gwen Farrar and Norah Blaney.
Hullabaloo Community Quire presents ‘We Are Stardust!’
Join Hullabaloo and friends Robb Johnson, Naomi Bedford, Bela Emerson, Steven Grainger and WeBop choir, for a joyful celebra…
Pull on your spats and tassels and learn to Charleston like it’s 1929.
A selection of the best stand-up comedy at Brighton Fringe.
Award-winning, ‘one woman wonder’, West End performer, Sharon Sexton.
Fancy more Fringe? Join us for the best in laid-back, late-night entertainment at The Warren.
For the Love of Chocolate oozes chocolate from its pores.
The Edinburgh Concerts was, believe it or not, a concert series organised in Edinburgh.
This is how your night at the Fringe ends, not with a whimper, but a bang! Join us as we present the hottest up and coming acts from all across the Fringe for our late night revue.
A probably funny show featuring more than one sketch.
The show explores a selection of songs by Noël Coward and Ivor Novello through humour, glamour and elegance, as the Flamin’ Dames Helen Whittington and Hilary Fisher combine music…
Noel Coward, Gertrude Lawrence and Ivor Novello, together for one last time at the The Desert Inn, Las Vegas.
‘When I’m on stage – it’s a party,’ quipped Bette Midler.
The Durham Revue has a lot going for it this year – the group are all on top form.
Who’s parting the velvety curtains tonight? Amongst DJs, drinking, chatting and flirting, testbed cabaret Pollyanna showcases performance art, drag, live music, and best/messiest…
“Shout! The Mod Musical” has an exclamation mark in the title, which inevitably garners a certain level of expectation: you want explosive energy and a load of volume.
FUBAR Radio and Underbelly present The Underbelly Radio Shows recorded live from 12:30pm each day at Ermintrude, Underbelly hosts a series of live radio broadcasts brought to you b…
Brimming with originality and presenting a confidently executed show, Revan and Fennell are a double act that have the potential to succeed the comedy throne of French & Saunders.
St Andrews Revue’s new sketch show Fashion is a fun and enjoyable way to spend 50 minutes, but it’s not going to split your sides or radically change your point of view.
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