Eliott has never cared for sex.
One of Australia’s most exciting new comedians is coming to Edinburgh! You might know Michael Shafar from his debut special (A)Live on Amazon Prime or be one of the 70+ million peo…
Your favourite dilettante sociopath is back, fresh from an acclaimed off-Broadway run, to perform his multiple award-nominated show one last time.
Better known as, That French TikTok Lady, Tatty Macleod has gained a huge online following thanks to her hilarious and astute observations of French and British culture.
“Tomorrow is a big day.
Fresh off her 1961 Academy Awards triumph and a recent brush with death, Elizabeth Taylor is struggling with her hardest role yet: herself.
What happens when truth, rage and purpose converge upon a metaphorical moon? A displaced narrator must face her past and find out.
‘You’re the one with the identity crisis mum, not us!’ Middle-class, middle-aged, multicultural mother of millennial sons Sudha invites her boys to ‘crack open a cold one’ and shar…
Bobak dances, clowns and flings himself about the stage for an hour as he tells the audience about his Iranian heritage and growing up in Bristol in the 90s where Islamophobia and …
‘You don’t know what to be, or not to be’ – Shakespeare’s best loved clown, Bottom, is reimagined in Fresh Life Theatre’s one-person show.
Comedian Matt Storrs (San Francisco SketchFest) makes his Edinburgh Fringe debut with his critically acclaimed solo show Portly Lutheran Know-It-All.
Internal tells the story of crippingly shy 20-something, Melanie.
The first Cantonese show at this festival is coming! 2011’s funniest person in HK, Tim’s Instagram has 50k+ followers.
Pam Ford Stand-Up Comedian has worked in a care home before and after the pandemic and has met many amazing “oldies” with amazing life stories to tell.
Arriving in Australia in 1989, Bob planned a six month stay.
His father died at 45.
Written as a love letter to brown girls, Coconut is a one-act, one-actor play that tells the story of a slightly lost, slightly confused, incredibly chaotic brown girl doing things…
Sex, Art and the Art of Survival is a solo comedy show, performed by a British comedian with Ukrainian-Russian ancestry, Helen Prior.
‘This time next year at the Oscars, Cairine!’ But, what if next year never actually comes? From internationally acclaimed personal assistant and actress who has never actually acte…
The Brighton Fringe sell-out show is coming to Edinburgh Fringe.
What’s a woman looking for love to do in the 21st century? Hi, I’m Zoë.
Amy spins a sparkling web of comedy magic between the two states she finds herself caught between – stability and restlessness.
A bit of a crazy, hazy time for Stu this year.
A show about trying to be a good person while staying a badman.
This acclaimed one-woman show is a rollicking extravaganza, told by a gal who has seen a few things.
Award-winning musician, broadcaster and BBC Radio 6 Music presenter delivers an hour of classic songs and scurrilous stories spanning five decades of adventures in the music indust…
Edinburgh Comedy Award winner Lara Ricote comes back to Edinburgh to work out her next show.
Australian comedian white-knuckling sobriety, often spotted running through the woods at 2am with blister plasters and an estrogen prescription.
The Victorian music hall: a hotbed of scandal and home of betrayal, discrimination, sexual exploitation, domestic violence and press intrusion.
Plunge into the strange world and grotesque characters of self-help culture, augmented with clown-esque physicality and hectic tech.
Norma Jeane Mortenson (more famously known as Marilyn Monroe) once reportedly said, ‘it takes a smart brunette to play a dumb blonde’.
Romping through the joys, disappointments and semen of her 30s in Berlin, Anna stays surprisingly optimistic.
Sharp, silly and sublime solo character comedy from Luke Manning, formerly one half of veteran Fringe sketch duo, In Cahoots, and a writer-performer for BBC Radio 4’s Sketchtopia a…
10 years after being refused entry to Edinburgh, Mustafa Algiyadi returns with a work-in-progress show.
Tim Benzie, the acclaimed creator and host of Solve Along A Murder She Wrote presents a new one-man show: a hilarious and moving exploration of the enduring appeal of murder myster…
Throwing the gauntlet down and challenging dominant narratives on women’s need to be vulnerable to be loved, Helen Bauer’s Grand Supreme Darling Princess is an incredibly empow…
Black comedy/drama. Jodi and Danny are True Spirits and are destined to be together forever. The only problem is that Danny doesn’t know it yet…
Where are you from? The age-old question that mixed-raced people just love to answer.
Thomas is excited about tonight; so excited that he has called his parents and his brother with the time to look out for biggest meteor storm in 33 years that will fill the night …
A reconstructed fairy tale about Clover, a castle worker who is mistaken for the princess and kidnapped by a sorcerer.
Two of Charles Dickens’ creepy tales – with a comic twist.
Lesbian actor Kate struggles to create a self-tape audition as Virginia Woolf, revealing that she is frozen in the midst of running away from her healthy relationship.
Zany, fast-paced and poignant, Furious is a wildly honest and hilarious roller-coaster ride of a solo show.
The Great Lakes High School board bans the graphic novel Maus.
Chris Difford is the founding member of Squeeze, formed 50 years ago in South London.
Claire is an actor – not a very popular one.
Join Sam, a chronically online twentysomething, at the airport in Terminal, directed by Jett Fink and starring Samantha Vita.
Fringe First and Spirit of the Fringe award winner Apphia Campbell’s stunning solo show, inspired by the life of Nina Simone.
Nicole Travolta is Doing Alright is Travolta’s debut show that tells the story of her crippling shopping addiction and how she manages to abscond a steadily increasing mountain o…
Jen’s Evolution is Nigh: One woman.
Sex cults with fake feminism, pretend shamans, Burning Man, Lower East Side “nightclub photographers” and Tinder f*ck boys all make an appearance in this educational and hilari…
Star of 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown, Live at the Apollo, Roast Battle, Hypothetical and the surveillance camera when she forgot to pay for petrol, Harriet’s at the Fringe for…
Dazzling is a one-woman show following Alix, a quirky twenty-something living through the obligatory suffering which comes with discovering oneself, especially in the shadow of her…
It is March 2020 and the public is demanding action against the coronavirus.
‘Kasen Tsui’s work is not only a performance, but the embodiment of social memory and the spirit of humanity’ (Kuh Fei, the Hong Kong Theatre Libre).
Sander Klaus is an underage soldier in America’s Civil War.
Rodgers and Hammerstein wrote some of the finest songs for a golden age of musical theatre.
Megan Stalter (incredible comedian, curious author, plus-size model) invites you for an evening of mischief and play.
I thought I knew what to expect from The Devil’s Passion.
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Andy Williams was one of the world’s greatest light music entertainers and, in celebration of his legacy, Paul performs many of Andy’s biggest hits.
Blackflowersstudio gallery presents drawings, paintings and sculpture from I Jordan’s early ‘Crow’ series.
What if the great and tragic story of King Lear were to be told through the eyes of his closest companion? In this award-winning, one-woman tour-de-force, Susanna Hamnett plays the…
After his much younger girlfriend leaves him for a better-looking, richer, more successful friend, Searles dissolves into a gibbering, chain-smoking, suicidal insomniac! In despera…
Olga Koch turned 30, got a master’s degree, went on an adult gap year, got salmonella, lost herself, found herself and washed it all down with a delicious prawn cocktail.
Gie’s Peace sees Morna Burdon take audiences on a journey of courage, creativity and resilience as she highlights women worldwide who have found daring, inventive, courageous way…
On The Evils Of Tobacco is a bittersweet vaudevillian monologue in which a scientific lecture is hijacked by thoughts of domestic and marital misery.
Apollo calls the poets of the nations, East and West, to assemble on the moon to consult on the meaning of modern life, teaching a universal celebration of life.
Family, faith, and flan.
How do you summarise a whole life? Is it in the knick knacks and curios we collect? Do the objects we surround ourselves with truly represent who we are inside? And even if you lov…
Evokes and summons up the atrocities we human beings perpetrate on one another and affirms our deepest human capacities for cooperation and peace.
Brand-new stand-up show from Edinburgh Award-nominated viral sensation Josh Pugh.
Whether it’s a relationship problem, how to word a sensitive work email or the best way to cook a brisket, this Jewish mother has all the answers you need.
‘The brilliantly topical Alistair Barrie, one of the UK’s sharpest comedians’ (Herald) returns to the Fringe with ‘an absolutely stunning hour of political comedy’ (Entertainment-N…
The debut hour from Fiona Ridgewell.
Party girl Lorraine is the first to order shots, start drinking games and make cocktails in the kitchen.
When Edinburgh’s iconic One o’Clock Gun is stolen by shady Glaswegians only our hero Morningside Malcolm, quiet resident of the douce suburbs, can prevent strife and aggro between …
When the particulars of your bespoke Waste Land reveal themselves, the least we can hope for is some practical advice in language we can understand… One woman’s encounter with TS…
Burt Williamson, ‘hilarious at every turn’ **** (Scotsman), brings his debut hour of stand-up comedy to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in an unmissable comedic offering of offbeat o…
Rob Duncan (from award-winning shows Legs, Logs and Jeremy Segway) presents an hour of professionally researched nonsense, featuring relatable topics including trains and babies.
Imagine Sartre did stand-up, but mainly about his dick.
Enter the dragon! Or maybe don’t.
After attending four weddings from four different generations last year, Phil finally figures out the reasons behind his breakdown a decade ago.
The American comedian’s sophomore Fringe effort is a raw, unfiltered dive into sex, dating, relationships and his career as a professional dog walker.
A knockout solo show about one woman’s love of pro wrestling.
Writer and solo performer, Zoë Kim, leads the play, oscillating between Mother and Daughter, unraveling a candid semi-autobiographical story about our love languages and how we of…
‘Would you rather be lost or fallen?’ In this erotic, fury-infused, modern-day revisioning of the legend of Salomé, psychology professor Ana Mozol powerfully stirs the depths of t…
A hilarious and heartbreaking dark comedy driven by 20 characters and 11 original songs, in which the heroine, Luna, endeavours to disentangle herself from bad decisions and an ove…
On a whim, a young businessman buys the deed to a ghost town in the California desert, hoping to turn it into a tourist attraction.
With a plethora of Sherlock Holmes shows to catch at this year’s Fringe; our fascination with the super-sleuth showing no signs of abating.
The whole family knew he was a good dad.
Beyond Borders presents their debut play Runaway, a semi-biographical story wrapped in a generous coat of unapologetic humour, exploring themes of home, belonging and finding your …
Getting out of a toxic relationship is hard, especially when you happen to be dating Jesus Christ.
Fresh from Vietnam, a past colony of France for more than 100 years, comes an expat Parisian to give you a better perspective on the global epidemic: French Bashing.
In this insider’s guide to his eccentric homeland, award-winning Kiwi comedian Sully O’Sullivan answers all the questions about New Zealand you didn’t know to ask in the first plac…
This highly awarded, inspirational true story returns to Edinburgh after an exceptionally successful 2022 visit.
Mix one of cup of Eat, Pray, Love with three tablespoons of The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and you’ll get something a little like A Trilogy: bag—, one of three standalone shows …
Jamali Maddix is working up a brand-new hour.
Wonderfully absurd stand-up from a fool’s thinking man.
Quality one-liners, puns and light-hearted jokes! UK Pun Championships winner 2022.
Lear Alone uses just King Lear’s lines from the First Folio of Shakespeare’s tragedy to explore themes of loneliness, ageing and homelessness: a study of one man’s vulnerabilit…
JJ Pyle finds herself accidentally, unfortunately, home for Christmas and stuck in this little truck with her dad in Indiana, where everything is surrounded by cornfields.
‘I thought this Earth was dead, no stirring life, a pile of tinkering bones.
Mistakes are bound to happen.
For her first Fringe the French humourist Aude Lener tells her story in this intimate and hilarious tale and takes us into her world of unfiltered humour.
Jamie, once a talented young sommelier, is on a downward spiral.
Do you misplace your glasses so often that you now have six pairs so you aren’t trapped inside and half-blind? How often do you have the brilliant idea to paint your nails five min…
Four Letter Word – a solo autobiographical account, presented by the performer’s vocals and self-written music, detailing her real life, raw to the bone, experience with domestic…
Quirky, surreal, highly original stand-up.
Holly Penfield’s eclectic collection of original songs is a heady fusion of blues, rock and pop.
A personal trainer, aspiring actor and seriously hot mess, Cindy has unresolved mommy issues, childhood trauma and makes horrible choices in men.
Olivier and triple Fringe First-winning Fishamble’s KING, by Herald Archangel winner Pat Kinevane, tells the story of Luther, a man from Cork named in honour of his Granny Bee Ba…
In 1634, Galileo is ordered to stand trial for heresy.
A two-part show exploring Natasha and Shaharah’s under-represented Indian identities, navigating diaspora, discrimination, and coming of age to find what Indian can mean and look l…
Jay Sodagar returns with his brand-new stand-up show.
Welsh comedian and popular podcaster (The Comedy Arcade) Vix Leyton has the gift of affability.
‘So, I’ve decided to become a Golden Retriever.
Coor Cohen is an American stand-up comic who was born in the North and raised in the Deep South.
Dibubuismo, by the poet Paes Loureiro is letting the spirit work in its daydreams, while the body rests floating, ‘dibubuia in the river’.
Why would a woman leave her career as the lead singer of a multi-platinum band? Was it fate, family, or something else? When she hears a compelling voice within her closet, urging …
I’m Positive! is the comical journey of Geena Andrews and her life with an STI.
Janitor/Manager: Inspired by the expression ‘If you can make it here, you can make it anywhere’, Sean Conrad booked a one-way flight to NYC to become a stand-up comedian and quickl…
In this biographical burlesque, a confessional cabaret, Phillipe will sing and dance you through his boyhood on the Broadway stage, teenage nights in the discos of Hollywood, 20 ye…
Country-rock crooner Sebastian Saint performs a selection of songs exploring what it means to be an American man while sharing intimate stories about life, loss, addiction, sex, an…
This intensely personal show is a fascinating performance with hints of a lecture about it and a suggestion that it is really an audience, in this case with Simeon Morris, as he in…
Elizabeth Holmes claims her biotechnology will revolutionise medicine – and people believe her.
Using some of Shakespeare’s best-loved works, Annie Lightbody explores the traumatic events of 2020 and connects them to her own personal story of crisis and reinvention.
Wake up to the World Premiere of this raw, funny, and poignant solo show from narcoleptic comedian Sarah Albritton, host of the podcast Sleeping with Sarah.
Fit Ye Sayin’ Quine? (what are you saying girl?) finds Ava, seemingly alone, in her Grannies cottage on the north-east coast of Scotland.
Bang is a monologue delivered by the apparition of Joan Vollmer, immediately after she was shot by William Burroughs, her common-law husband, in Mexico City in 1951.
When a Jane Austen heroine, unlucky in love, finds herself thrown into the modern world of dating, she must set aside her customs and expectations to brave this new world of courts…
‘The best job in life is to be the father of a daughter.
Watch Eleanor’s love life unfold, as she escapes the grasp of her ex-boyfriend and finds liberation in the dating game.
It’s Berlin 1914, a younger, pre-crazy-haired Albert Einstein awaits news from an eclipse expedition that will prove his theory of general relativity.
Pete Giffen is one of the fastest-growing stars in Irish comedy.
A young man visits his dying father in the ICU and uncovers a shocking revelation: his father’s secret second family.
With only one ticket sold on opening night last Fringe, ‘it was every good thing it should be’ (Kate Copstick, Scotsman).
The adventures and hilarious mishaps of a new dad.
Heavily influenced by his alter ego Quentin Crisp, seasoned raconteur Robert Inston charts family, career, education and domestic nightmares – aspects of how their lives converge…
Eva Bindeman has made it to every comedy semi-final there is and absolutely no further.
There’s a new king in town, and his name is Angus Coutts.
Best New Show Nominee 2023 (Leicester Comedy Festival).
Stuart is terrified of the climate crisis, but no-one he knows ever mentions it, so it must be fine.
Raising kids is tough; add to the mix puberty, cultural differences and a complicated language, topped with questionable organisational skills and the comedy show writes itself! Aw…
Gaslighting Is My Love Language by Fielding Edlow (Bojack Horseman) is about an intimacy-avoidant woman who just wanted a boyfriend but ended up in a 13-year marriage/light hostage…
With the brash vocals of an Australian zookeeper addressing an unruly tour group, Davis commands the room, immediately taking charge with her distinct brand of offbeat comedy.
Molly works at Greggs.
After a successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe last year with his show Entertainer, comedian AMJ is back with his new show, Adder.
In 1941 a precocious young upstart of New York’s glittering theatre scene tried his hand at making a movie and accidentally created the greatest motion picture of all time.
Did Cerys cause their parents’ divorce? Did they just make that interaction really awkward? Is a new year’s resolution ever going to be enough to fix their personality? In this sur…
Madeleine Hamilton is bringing Piping Hot to the Fringe after a sold-out run in Los Angeles.
Comedy’s best nepo baby (and there’s a lot) returns.
Adele’s back, funnier and more dangerous than ever! Leicester Comedy Festival Best New Show nominee (2023).
Award-winning New Zealand comedian; master of interaction, consummate raconteur.
A play about six wildly different people, coping and connecting during one year on the Common, telling their unexpected tales of love, life, death and downright dottiness, while a …
Double Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee Ahir Shah returns to the Fringe with ENDS: a show about family, immigration, marriage, history, politics, and beans.
Slut drop it like it’s hot! Join award-winning comedian Kirsty Munro, as she chats about sexy times, nights out and prosecco-fuelled confidence.
Following a sell-out 12-country tour for his critically-acclaimed 2021 show, one of the UK’s most exciting storytellers is back with a candid new hour about the remarkable unimport…
Whisk(e)y Wars: ‘Hypnotic enough to stop time itself’ ***** (EdFringeReview.
If you got that reference you can be our friend… Dave’s Jokes Of The Fringe 2019 runner-up is totally fine with how things are going.
Stand-up comedian, social media star and ultimate try-hard Abi Clarke performs new material in an intimate venue, developing her highly anticipated debut show.
At times hard to follow and at others uniquely resonant, Maggie Widdoes’ one-woman show Stay Big and Go Get ‘Em is the perfect example of how the Fringe brings what you least e…
Good things will happen.
What happens when a philosopher and a comedian come into a bar? In this case, a long night of drinking alone.
An international Jewish comedian in a new solo show.
Rizal Van Geyzel (as seen on Comedy Central Asia) was put in jail for telling jokes about his Islamic heritage.
A hilarious and life-affirming story about how one free session with a life coach and a death threat changed Matt Price’s perspective on everything.
How can you be yourself when others are watching? Wisdom of the Crowd is the new stand-up comedy show in 2023 from former philosophy teacher Alex Farrow.
‘The best showcase of pure joke-writing skill on the Fringe’ **** (Guardian).
After 17 years teaching, Mark Row longs to escape the barrage of inane questions, the endless carousel of uninspiring lessons and the attitudes of kids that stinks worse than their…
We all know Tennessee Williams the playwright, but the man behind the plays has faded somewhat into the background.
‘A love letter to my mother that I’ll never send.
David Ellis is a terrible Jew.
Join award-winning comedian Kathryn Mather in this slightly dark, slightly whimsical show about finding love and finding yourself against the backdrop of the pandemic.
Síomha is in her celibate era.
It’s the year 1991; the Soviet Union has collapsed and everyone is ready for a new start.
‘It’s the familiarity of herself, somehow, that she sees reflected in his eyes.
Following the award-winning, sell-out festival hits, The Man and Colossal, Patrick McPherson’s new play The Way Way Deep debuts in Edinburgh.
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Thao almost died on a bus, almost died on a refugee boat and almost died of embarrassment after drinking seven ciders on an empty stomach.
I don’t think you can ever go wrong watching a Guy Masterson production in the Assembly Rooms.
New Year, new you! Come laugh with Brooke, as she trips and falls trying to make our world a better place, fighting Spacetime continuum, economy, patriarchy, fertility, generations…
A one-woman show about growing up with a trans female parent, written and performed by Maria Telnikoff.
An uncompromising portrait of Pablo Picasso by Terry D’Alfonso.
North-East comedian Amy Wright is going up in the world, even if technically she’s come down.
Arriving at his latest theatre, long-standing pantomime dame Harold Thropp finds that he’s been moved to a dilapidated dressing room.
MEAT is an electrifying roar of fury, a rallying cry of protest and unifying celebration of strength packed with heroism and heart.
Think there’s no humour in tumours? Former Daily Telegraph music critic Tom GK (as heard on BBC Radio 4 Extra) is celebrating a decade of treatment at Guy’s and St Thomas’s Chemoth…
The worse the political career, the more lucrative the subsequent entertainment opportunities.
Are you a little cheeky guy? Interested in the lifestyle? Come and join Freya as she navigates the struggles of trying to remain cheeky when it’s raining trauma.
When working class, Cornish comedian Tamsyn Kelly (BBC New Comedy Awards, Comedy Central Live), discovers footage of her estranged father in a Channel 4 documentary, she’s forced t…
Robin’s first solo show was a disaster, but a disaster that ended with him punching a melon with Vernon Kay’s face drawn on it before singing Mustang Sally (still no cruise shi…
Chris Grace, Chinese-American character best known for playing Jerry on Superstore, portrays the greatest living Asian actor Scarlett Johansson through comedy, theatre, stand-up an…
Amy Matthews’ I Feel Like I’m Made of Spiders is a stand-up comedy with an edge.
Leroy makes his hotly anticipated Fringe debut, about becoming a Dad at 18, 24 and 38.
What’s the worst lie you’ve told? How far would you go to keep it a secret? Tom is a charismatic people-pleaser, an expert in empathy, but someone who struggles with the truth.
The Taskmaster favourite and star of The Change is hot, but not in a good way.
Packed into a very small room on Chambers Street, Almost Adult certainly didn’t win the venue lottery, but once settled into your seat Charlotte Anne-Tilley’s protagonist Hope …
Ever wonder sometimes, is my life really this sad? Why’s my credit rating so bad? And who drank the last of my oat milk, now I’m mad! These are just some of the things Eme expl…
Aaron has been doing stand-up comedy without standing up for eight years now, and it’s time for that to change! So he’s attempting to do something he’s never done before.
Making its Fringe debut after winning VAULT Festival ‘Show Of The Week Award’ and Pleasance ‘Pick of the VAULT Award’, Manchester Anthem has been restaged from the linear L…
Double Emmy Award winner and star of Smack The Pony is doing her first ever show.
Having never seen Alice Fraser before, I was apprehensive about what to expect from her comedy.
Join the winner of Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s Best Show Award – Geraldine Hickey as she shares stories about acknowledging and enjoying new-found privileges, like …
Time to sweat out the sadness: Spin Cycles gives a cathartic look into why we search for something deeper when the inconceivable happens to us.
Juliette Burton opens her new show, No Brainer, clad in a t-shirt emblazoned with the typically Burtonesque "Brains are the new tits".
William Thompson (BBC New Comedy Awards finalist 2021, as seen and heard on Dave, Channel 4 and BBC Scotland) is a rising star from Belfast.
With Purple Pill, Nabil Abdulrashid takes to the stage, promising an intriguing dive into comedy through the multifaceted lens of the comedian himself.
“This is not a play,” we’re told.
It Gets Worse is a raw, comedic exploration about the horrors of being in relationships, specifically with oneself.
Breakup Addict depicts the journey of a woman who hits rock bottom after having two simultaneous crash-and-burn relationships with unavailable men.
Extremely famous Hollywood actress Isabel Klein showcases her jaw-dropping talent in her debut solo show.
From a producer on Silicon Valley and Beavis and Butt-head comes an irreverent true story about belly dance, cancer, fiddling, beekeeping, and a psychotic deathbed wish.
If you do meal prep and watch Ted Lasso you’re typical.
The Edinburgh Fringe is increasingly awash with solo shows – primarily because of spiralling accommodation costs.
Lucifer, fallen angel, begs God’s forgiveness.
A show about finding out who you are when your TV show ends and your “real life” begins.
Ginava just can’t seem to get their head straight.
Île, by award-winning writer/actor/comedian Sophie Joans, from Cape Town, South Africa, takes you on a fast and funny excavation of her maternal roots on the island, Mauritius.
In 2021, Hannah Maxwell moved back to the Home Counties to care for her recently bereaved grandmother.
Catch India’s stand-up star Sapan Verma live for the first time at the Edinburgh Fringe.
How does a man find his purpose when he grows older and all the major life events come thick and fast? Should he retire to the solitude of The Shed as usual and escape from the wor…
Urooj is an Indian stand-up who hails from a tiny, unknown city called Mumbai.
Daniel Newton stars in Shadow Boxing, directed by Mdu Kweyama and written by James Gaddas, a heavy-hitting one-man show coming to the Fringe this year.
The sold-out NYC hit from award-winning actor Grant Lancaster comes to Fringe! Follow Grant on an outrageous journey home from the mountains of Thailand, all while handling an undi…
NYC/Philly-based comedian Kelly McCaughan (HBO, Apple TV+) presents Catholic Guilt.
Celya AB’s Second Rodeo is a patchwork quilt of jokes, as she moves on from the subject of hating on England - although since we’re in Scotland, such jokes are more than welcom…
From award-winning writer Raymond Friel, Me, Myself and Mary (Queen of Scots) is a one-woman play with a cast of thousands! Join citizen historian and proud Shetlander Mary Fraser …
Melbourne-born and based but cosmopolitan at heart, Hannah flies to Edinburgh for the very first time to give you a taste of her funny little bag o’ sketch comedy sweets.
One of the most established comedians in India, Biswa brings his trademark observational comedy to the Edinburgh Fringe for the very first time.
Navigating growing up gay in a straight world, Looking for fun? explores overcoming gay shame, queer nightlife and dealing with the agony of online gay dating.
Following 2022’s sell-out Edinburgh run, cult-comedy icon Patti Harrison (I Think You Should Leave, The Lost City) returns with an hour of comedy that refuses to be categorized.
Side by Side is a gripping and profound comedy show about Maggie Crane’s childhood jealousy of her brother’s disability.
Welcome to this live episode of the podcast! Well, sort of.
Silver Stand-Up 2023 winner, Fringe First winner (Tonight I’m Entertaining Richard Gere) and Airbnb’s five-star ‘gem of a guest’, Cecilia Delatori brings her debut full-length musi…
The world is in crisis and so is Sian Clarke.
A while back, I found a video online of an animated snake crawling, made for entertaining cats.
Charlie has cystic fibrosis, a condition that causes a build-up of mucus.
James has been touring his storytelling theatre shows for half his adult life.
Micky Overman’s The Precipice is an in-depth look into the concept of motherhood and the role a mother plays in society, and pursues this subject with carefully structured jokes …
There is just something so wholesome about Priya Hall’s Grandmother’s Daughter.
Every time I leave one of Olga Koch’s shows, my notes are filled with snippets of advice or wisdom that she imparts in the guise of a comedy hour.
Tom Ballard’s It Is I is a bubbly and smugly riotous hour full of puns and political commentary.
‘After defeat, re-enchantment is necessary’, said Lola Olufemi.
Despite everything that’s happened, Tom is still talking about his penis.
Gangs of London star Andrew Laithwaite returns to the Fringe for the first time in a decade for his singer-songwriter debut as Laith Andrews, in an intimate journey of love and los…
Good people do bad things and bad people do good things.
A world comedic debut, one-woman show written by and starring Anaïs Gralpois.
A play about consent, castings and cappuccinos.
Living in repressed times when choosing your husband wasn’t a right but a rare privilege, PM Jones finds herself trapped in a loveless marriage.
My WIP will likely include songs about buying a Pritt Stick, sleepy eyes and absolutely loads of double entendres if I have my way.
A moving one-woman show about the trials and tribulations of living with chronic pain.
Toby, an unambitious 30-something wants to make the world a better place, but takes umbrage at most of its citizens because he doesn’t have a pension.
Warped telly nostalgia from award-winning character comedian Tom Burgess.
Stand-up, sarcasm and uncomfortable confessions combine in this true story about life as a Jesus girl.
‘I think I might be ill.
McKenzie presents a stage act of performing alter egos.
Hyenas! won Pick of the Fringe at Edinburgh Fringe 2021 and is a dark comedy jaw dropper.
There’ll be no deep storytelling, no moral messages at the end but there might just be quick-fire jokes, wordplay, characters, impressions and if you’re lucky some meaty layers b…
A hilarious and edgy stand-up hour that examines what it’s like to see the world through cum-tinted glasses.
Every universe has an Edinburgh Fringe but the multiverse is collapsing.
Fantasy, escapism, stand-up comedy.
Charlotte Palmer turned 50.
Intranet sensation Amy Gledhill (1/3 of cult double act The Delightful Sausage) makes her Fringe debut with a show about resilience and dancing.
This powerful, funny and unflinching drama is about two real-life Florida women whose lives are profoundly changed by their immersion in the world of the other-abled.
Tim Key (Alan Partridge, The Witchfinder, Tim Key’s Late Night Poetry Programme) is back with an all-new show.
Following her first US tour and millions of views over lockdown for her blunt takes on dating and being a child-free badass, this award-winning stand-up is back with a sex-positive…
As seen on Mock The Week, QI and others, Eshaan Akbar comes to Edinburgh for 13 nights only.
Paul Brown Sings Andy Williams is a solo acoustic concert showcasing many of Andy Williams’ greatest hits.
Attention Needed is a fearless ride through stupidity and chaos.
He’s the man who put the foot into football.
Spending well over half his life as a much-loved stand-up comic, the award-winning star of Ken Loach’s I, Daniel Blake returns to Edinburgh for one last time with the show he’s alw…
How did a Pakistani family cope when arriving in cold and wet Scotland? Like many migrants they used food to make friends.
If all the best people are in all the best jobs, why is Britain such a f*cking bin fire? Orwell prize-winning author, BAFTA nominated broadcaster and celebrated hip-hop artist Darr…
Sense of Centre is a moving dance solo from award-winning choreographer Jack Webb.
And is a tribute to all that has graced this earth.
The Guardian’s #1 Comedy Show of 2021 comes to the Fringe for a limited run.
Nikki Lowe: Nongenue is the answer to the question: what happens when the supportive fat friend finally gets her own show? Actress and comedian Nikki Lowe takes audiences on a hila…
Aalex had a breakdown so you don’t have to.
Two hilarious and explosive plays written by Steven Berkoff, performed back-to-back by the same actor.
We find Lila alone in a hospital for the criminally insane in 1928.
Travel – always exciting, especially when the man of your dreams pops up to join you.
Following a sell-out UK tour, Lost Voice Guy returns to Edinburgh with his brand-new show.
Before Dylan Thomas died at the tender age of 39, he and his bohemian wife, Caitlin, binged and brawled their way round the bars of Britain in the 1930s and 40s.
The role of the weather girl is one of the most iconic in the TV landscape.
Rural Ireland meets the Middle East when Paddy, a proud Irish man, loses his lust for life after a family tragedy.
Set under the white-hot glare of Hollywood and celebrity, Wild Son is the story of Marlon Brando’s troubled, headline-making son… in his own words.
A brand-new stand-up show from David Watson about getting rid of the things that hold you back, which would be: vanity, pastry and Twitter.
After months of fighting to save her home from developers, Val has finally conceded.
Darkly comedic one-woman show about our natural inclination to go with the flow.
William ‘Cavaliero’ Kempe was one of the finest performers of the Elizabethan age.
Alice has always been told she was special, but as she reaches adolescence she can’t help but think it’s just a nicer word for different.
Hailing all the way from the bright lights of New York, Sarah Sherman’s self-described horror comedy show - with the emphasis on the horror - is incredibly ghastly and overly gra…
Directed by Guy Masterson.
Not all shows have clarity of meaning or purpose yet they still retain a certain charm.
Our biggest problem is one we don’t know we have.
A Sri Lankan teenager’s quest to stage a live theatre show amidst post-AL angst, a pandemic and a country in crisis, told through a comedic, musical and dramatic multi-character …
Anti-comedy legend of BBC New Comedy Awards and Jimmy Carr’s Comedy Idol fame.
Angelos is here standing in front of people for about seven days, maybe more if he can get time off at the stables.
The most high-brow show about blow jobs you’ll ever see.
Want to know why they call me 5 Fingers? An absurdist play exploring a petty thief’s self journey.
The hilarious and profound emotional roller-coaster true story of renowned storyteller, Ted McGrath.
What’s just happened in the corridor? A comedy inspired by childhood dreams and final goodbyes.
One Single Thread is a form-bending character and sketch “solo-ish” show written by NYC comedian Lauren Gamiel, featuring Slaney Rose Jordan.
Catherine Bohart loves control, hates change and is a serial planner.
Texas, July 2021.
Almost 13 is a highly thoughtful and at times disturbing portrayal of the childhood experiences of a young girl growing up in Brooklyn, New York.
Clara tells the story of 19th century piano star Clara Schumann.
Have you ever felt isolated and confused about the world? Surrounded by judgement, pressure and horrifically high beauty standards, Jess confesses her innermost thoughts to you all…
Davina is searching for a long-lost family member.
There will be cake.
Polly Peculiar, at Greenside Nicholson Square, is a joy from beginning to end: the sort of play that under normal circumstances you might not be tempted to see.
POV: you’re a vlogger.
Once upon a time, there was a young girl – not a princess or a pretty girl waiting to be one.
When an old woman discovers a set of mysterious notebooks in the nursing home, she’s sucked into the story of a 20-something who can’t catch a break.
Having had plenty of time to practise, Caspar returns to the Edinburgh Fringe with a brand new magic show.
Mary O’Connell is conflicted: she hates capitalism but she loves to shop.
Remember the 90s or want to find out what the hell was going on then? Do you have a non-typical brain or know someone who does? Then you’ll want to join South East New Comedian fin…
Watch in awe as quiet man Nick Everritt establishes a comedic persona and performs a series of jokes.
Rising star Mamoun wants to share with you his unfiltered, idiosyncratic and unorthodox world view – the things you think about and never say out loud.
Arriving in Australia in February 2020 just before covid struck meant that Lloyd couldn’t see his family for over two years.
Dan Willis (The Walking Dead, Ferris Buellers Way Of, The Whinging Pom) brings his brand-new show celebrating eight years of married life.
Zany music and a psychedelic multimedia screen await the audience as we take our seats for Sam Nicoresti’s show Cancel Anti Wokeflake Snow Culture.
From #1 best-selling author on Amazon, unicycle jousting champion of New Zealand and performer of the best (and first) English comedy show ever in Madagascar, John Allis gets into …
Where are the knights of yesteryear? A masterclass in barebones storytelling, Debbie Cannon’s one-woman Green Knight has us spellbound.
Jack Campbell did his first stand-up gig in 2010, aged 19.
Friendly Cornishman Matt Price tried to win a boxing trophy for his grandad.
What colour is the sound of a cello? How do you show the taste of an apple? A colourful, complex solo performance exploring autobiographical experiences of synaesthesia.
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.
Transatlantic is a true story of the French immigrant experience.
Cynthia grew up playing classical piano in a Colorado town, but she was determined to achieve the keys to success by attending a prestigious New York City music school.
UK Underdog is a true solo show where bullies, Kung Fu and a small willie lands Steve in very deep trouble! Does he have what it takes to fight back?
From celebs and critics: ‘T…
A one-person comedy show based on comedian Erick Acuña’s real life as a Peruvian Latino living in the United States.
About courageous survival, the play tracks the journey of the central character, William, from ten years old to middle age.
Stand up is a challenging format at the best of times - but the one-liner comedian often seems to be the ultimate masochist in a field where self-inflicted pain is surely part of t…
From a single fateful phone call taken reluctantly from the toilet, a Shakespearean actor finds his world collapsing around him.
Comedy award winner 2021.
She’s not your average little old lady.
A hillbilly gothic tale of an Appalachian tobacco farmer’s love for his family and the extremes he will go to protect them.
My show is about growing up, getting old and having an 88-year-old Jewish mother (now with no filter) who is making me ‘Jewrotic’ (neurotic and Jewish.
The most famous characters of the Commedia dell’arte in a one-man show: two couples of lovers, a silly old father, two twin brothers detached for a long time… Among funny and u…
An insistent palm-reading drag queen declares Jenny will never find love, sending her reeling back to a high school match-making scheme that horrifyingly matched her with the bigge…
On the occasion of the centenary of Kurt Vonnegut’s birth, Fringe veteran Todd Wronski presents a portrait of one of the 20th century’s great writers using Vonnegut’s own unique sp…
To write that Dear Little Loz is an exploration of one woman’s search for love is to risk diminishing its scope, power and understanding of the human condition.
Menopausal Mayhem is the perfect antidote to the doom and gloom surrounding the menopause.
Death is sad enough, but growing up seems worse.
Many of us will have known someone like Meg.
Why does a victim become a predator? In isolation, Ghislaine Maxwell maintains innocence whilst reliving the psychological abuse endured from her father.
Once upon a time, there was a Princess born to a King and Queen who were banished from the island of Ériu and forced to flee to America in a coffin ship.
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.
After a year away, Mabel Thomas brings her acclaimed show Sugar back to the Fringe, this time in person.
In mid 2020 Angus Coutts tried to make money by selling naked pictures of himself online.
As a teenager, Joey didn’t expect to be in a hospital bed from a near-death penis injury with three traumatic surgeries, two clumsy catheters and one overwhelming desire to wreak…
There’s a time and place for a monocle: 2022 and a New York high school are neither of them.
In 1992 Gavin Webster was in a double act where he was actually the straight man, so he decided to go it alone.
Lee never understood why people sometimes thought he was unusual.
Weapons of mass destruction.
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…
Charming Scottish mind reader Cameron Gibson has been amazing audiences all over the world with his fun, engaging and interactive style of stage shows for several years.
‘I call myself an octogenarian, but I cannot prove it.
Lobster is not a fish, or an oyster, or a bird, and certainly not a kangaroo.
A solo show about a gender identity crisis, in the high-pressure isolation of lockdown.
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.
Warhol: Bullet Karma is a solo show stuffed full of characterisations from Warhol’s artistic heyday; Roost’s performance really brings these characters to life.
71BODIES 1DANCE is an interdisciplinary and choreographic initiative by Daniel Mariblanca.
A comic look at the agony of adoption.
‘You must suffer me to go my own dark way.
Join South Coast Comedian of the Year finalist and viral sensation Horatio Gould, for a bold hour of high-octane stand-up about everything from hyper-reality to pegging.
How do you live your best ho life? Have you accidentally become your parents? These are the questions NYC-based comedian Ann Chun (SF Chronicle, Timeout) explores in her solo show …
Screen royal, Nicole Kidman, holds an AMC audience captive while sharing some of cinema’s greatest moments.
Thurgood is an inspiring, vivid bio-drama rich in humour and humanity, about the first African-American Supreme Court Justice.
Saved is a multi-layered, retro-mechanical music show built around rescued 70s home organs.
Red Alert – Cancer! Meet the Wilsons, five children, three with red hair, who came to Scotland in 1959.
A Roots Mbili Theatre and Sheffield Theatres co-production.
In 1828, Burke and Hare killed 16 people in Edinburgh and they sold the bodies to an anatomist.
Merrill gets diagnosed with ADHD as an adult and tries to make sense of her life and chaotic childhood.
Scotland was once full of magical beasts, absolutely full of them: bog goblins, dragons, naughty fairies, brownies, bony-backed horsemen.
1939: Bette returns home knowing she’s to lose, as the press leaked the Oscar winners.
The first in her family born in the US, Meg Lin shares a raw personal account of growing up Chinese American that is both heart-warming and heart-wrenching.
Gillian Fischer wants to be Jewish.
It’s four years since George Steeves brought his Magic 8 Ball show to Edinburgh, winning the heart and mind of at least this reviewer with such an honest, bold theatrical collage…
He’s a stand-up and a clown.
Dogs on Instagram and more excruciatingly hilarious revelations from one of Scotland’s fastest-rising stars who’s stormed New York’s Off-Broadway and opened for Daniel Sloss,…
Reality is overrated.
A show about mental health, not just mental illness.
‘Downright hilarious!’ (Edinburgh Evening News).
Inconceivable comes from the mind of wannabe mama and stand-up comedian Casey Balsham.
Double Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee and star of Live at the Apollo returns with a brand new hour of ‘confessional storytelling at its funniest’ ***** (Herald).
Despite what Catherine Bohart tells us in This Isn’t For You, she is more emotionally articulate than she gives herself credit for.
The title of this show and the sweet, open and slightly goofy face staring at you from the posters should tell you everything you need to know about this show: and stand-up Luca Cu…
Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2020, Eric Rushton brings his highly anticipated debut hour to the festival.
Comedian by night, stay-at-home-dad / trophy husband by day! International comedian Ryan Wingfield shares his take on the challenges of family life and other experiences in this so…
Unapologetically Indian, irreverently American.
If it isn’t your old internet friend, Dr Giggles.
Destiny dreams big.
Most Outstanding Show nominee at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2022.
The show contains nothing but jokes jokes jokes jokes jokes jokes jokes jokes jokes jokes jokes jokes jokes jokes jokes jokes jokes jokes jokes jokes jokes jokes jokes jokes jokes …
Tom’s been trying to remember what was important before responsibility and fear got in the way.
‘Thanks for coming to audition.
A new work in progress from the host of The Comedian’s Comedian podcast.
Marrow is a love letter to memory and to what makes us: us.
‘Russell’s mum believes the whole pandemic is one huge elaborate excuse to get Bradley Walsh more airtime on British TV and Russell is just grateful for a chance to catch up on the…
Tired of the goose? Swan Power is here.
An ode to every man who has belittled her, made her feel unsafe, objectified her, told her she can’t be funny, called her a slut, told her to smile more.
High-octane character comedy from one of the UK’s foremost TV sketch comedians, as seen in the BAFTA-winning series Horrible Histories, Class Dismissed and People Just Do Nothing…
Last year, while clearing out my grandfather’s house, I stumbled across hundreds of hidden envelopes.
New York Comedian Gabe Mollica started comedy the day after he got broken up with.
‘Naturally charismatic storyteller’ (Fest) weaves a shocking but very funny account of her youth.
Debut stand-up hour from your favourite, local American.
Debut show from award-winning (and he will prove it) internet comedy sensation, Jim Daly (50+ million views).
Take a chill pill! Stay calm! Relax! I know, the exclamation marks aren’t helping! Over the last two years, Jacob somehow predicted the pandemic in his 2019 show, got hitched and w…
Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year finalist Louise Leigh was supposed to write her Magnum Opus: a searing commentary on men, menopause and menthol rub, a meditation on the natu…
Nina was going through life quite nicely, when – pow! Suddenly she wasn’t! Fear and anxiety crept into normal everyday situations.
Knowledge is power, power corrupts, corruption is bad, Adele is good.
The power and poise of a 20th century cultural icon is brought to brilliant life by Apphia Campbell in Black is the Color of My Voice, a deeply moving mix of music and theatre.
Live! Laugh! Liquidate! is the message 8-year-old Charmian got from Hammer film She.
Ireland’s own Duffy Connors is taking his solo show to Edinburgh.
From running an online pun show gaining hundreds of thousands of views to the culmination of an appearance on Britain’s Got Talent, a lot has happened over the last two years for t…
After a sold-out Fringe run in 2021, Michael Welch is back to examine his struggles in a technology-dependent world in which he increasingly grapples to pay attention.
Filled with classically and subtly nihilistic British humour, Milo Edwards’ Voicemail is full of intelligent and thought provoking commentary that turns Mash House into a safe sp…
Cheeky Yorkshire comedian Stefan Harvey presents some very silly characters exploring a very serious topic.
Join this multi award-winning comedian for his debut hour of laughs as he tries to unravel the great questions of our time, like: Why does anyone believe the Earth is flat? Can you…
David nails losing parents, so you don’t have to (NB you’ll still have to).
A twisted stand-up comedy quest to understand fatherhood.
Self-doubt? Low self-esteem? Well, this sounds cheery.
The affable, internationally well-travelled comedian returns to the Fringe with more hilarious anecdotes, observations, audience interaction and banter as well as some insightful c…
From Vogue magazine to putting Piers Morgan in his place and zombifying politicians on Question Time.
A one-man show set in early 90s London about a band who didn’t become rich or famous but had a manager who did.
Real-life doctor and award-winning comedian Stefania Licari brings her alter ego to the stage in Medico – a hysterical and moving exploration of the medical world, immigration an…
Into every generation, a slayer is born: one girl in all the world, a chosen one.
Kirsty overshares her funny bits.
A strong female lead (detective) faces the toughest case of her career in this comedy crime show by Tamar Broadbent (BBC Radio 4, Boom Chicago).
In her first solo show, Swiss Comedy Talent Award finalist Michelle Kalt tackles the aftermath of an embarrassingly peaceful break-up, covering everything from bad dates (or whatev…
Sid Singh: comedian, human rights lawyer and idiot.
People can be sensitive about how they are described.
Authors: Jeremy Towler and Pip Utton.
10 April 1998, Belfast.
A triceratops is revived from the dead.
Al Lubel talks about his love of space, hatred of time, fear of death, ambivalence toward his parents and concern for his mental health.
Al Lubel talks about his name for fifty-six minutes and about something else for four minutes.
Daniel Willis attempts to show his audience and his digital therapist that his life is absolutely, definitely fine, with an hour of quick, quirky comedy sketches.
Bullies don’t toughen you up or teach you life lessons.
You’ll always find him in the corner at parties, but is it time for Chris to put himself in the middle of things? If not, a trip to the buffet table or maybe the toilet would be id…
Comedian Tom GK has decided to record the greatest album of all time and he has just 50 minutes to prove he’s up to the job.
A play about Tom.
Whilst other comedians fret and fuss about finding a theme for their shows, award-winning international comedian Rich Wilson puts all of his focus on one thing and that’s being r…
Debut stand-up hour from sarky Londoner Lily Phillips.
When Finlay Christie won the prestigious So You Think You’re Funny? competition in 2019, it seemed like his next year would be filled with preparation for his first Edinburgh sho…
Watson is alone.
Justin is back: still funny, yet middle-aged.
Richard Stott returns to the Fringe with a brand-new show filled with trademark storytelling and joyously acerbic one liners.
After an enormous UK and Australia tour and an Amazon special, the Taskmaster runner-up and accidental YouTube cult leader brings his most popular show so far back to where it bega…
Will used to think his life was a joke – but he was wrong, it’s more like 300.
In the last ever performances of this show, Stewart Lee, ‘the world’s greatest living stand-up’ (Times), looks at how the Covid-Brexit era has impacted on the culture war declare…
Everything’s a matter of time, one way or another.
Sportsperson is written and performed by Cerys Bradley (Soho Theatre Young Company, Amused Moose semi-finalist, 2020).
After 21 years and 224 days Hal’s back being single.
Join rising star Jamie D’Souza as he performs his highly anticipated debut stand-up show about the terrible teen emo band he was in and also his first school crush.
Lady Christina leaves the stage after another performance above another pub.
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…
In her award-winning stand-up show, Esther Manito (Live at the Apollo, The Stand Up Sketch Show) looks back at the era of lad mags, landlines and cock-n-ball graffiti.
Comedy’s miserable, cheeky scamp is returning with the weight of the world across his shoulders and some burning questions in his soul.
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.
This dark-comedy love letter to Britney Spears is a nostalgia-fest for anyone who has ever dropped to that Hit Me Baby One More Time beat and for anyone who came of age against the…
The New York Times – America’s “Daily Record” – asked: what’s the worst that could happen to you? Blindness won! Jamie’s not sure it’s that bad.
It has been an interesting couple of years, with a global pandemic showing us a different perspective on life and its meaning.
‘I’m not a whirlwind of sexual energy.
Highly anticipated debut hour from comedian and junior doctor.
‘The only reason for time is so that everything doesn’t happen at once’ (Albert Einstein).
‘A gem of a show’ ****½ (One4Review.
What’s it like growing up when your parents can’t hear? In this poignant and captivating solo show, Joe, therapist and Child of Deaf Adults (CODA), explores his life to answer the …
The siren of south Yorkshire steps away from the songs and dedicates her attention to the dying art of conversation.
Cyclist Vee has no idea why she’s woken up in hospital.
A bold exploration into chronic pain experience by Sarah Hopfinger, which unashamedly celebrates the rich complexities of living with pain.
A new show about private things, public things and trying to wrap your big sexy arms around time to keep it still.
It’s a loud and rowdy Saturday night at Monkey Barrel.
How does a queer, GenZ comedian survive her past, the pandemic, and the indignities of a stand-up career? Vincent (aka Bird) takes the audience on a (seriously) funny flight, often…
In this one-woman thriller, we see how a loving relationship can sometimes be anything but.
Rob Rouse (Bottom, BBC’s Upstart Crow) has performed stand-up since winning So You Think You’re Funny? at Edinburgh in 1998.
There’s not really any way to describe how much I enjoyed Glenn Moore’s show other than to say that by the halfway point, I had put my notepad away and was just enjoying the ri…
The unachievable expectations of African Jesus! The unholy shame of premarital cohabitation! The unwavering healthcare professionals who dare to oppose the will of God! Edinburgh C…
‘Whining folk singer’ (Telegraph), lesbian and checked-shirt collector Grace Petrie has been incorrectly called Sir everyday of her adult life, and, having exhausted her capacity f…
Join Mary Beth for her eagerly anticipated debut hour, as she shares her checkered journey as an aspiring young starlet through to the present day, covering a range of topics like …
A powerful production telling the remarkable story of the short life and lost work of Kerala writer PM John, shortly before India’s independence from British rule.
Amy’s hotly anticipated debut hour explores ‘main character syndrome’ – that feeling of being the lead in a film of your life (even when you don’t always feel like the writ…
The ephemeral beauty of a flower in bloom carries the unspoken narrative of decay and death.
A new play from acclaimed writer Philip Stokes (Heroin(e) for Breakfast).
Pip Utton really is extraordinary.
In aid of the suicide charity CALM, and sound-tracked live with songs from his upcoming second album, the acclaimed beatboxer is back with Breathe: a breathtakingly theatrical disp…
Alex Dawson (Róisin Bevan) is a successful social media guru.
Watching No Place Like Home was an experience unlike any other I’ve had so far at the Fringe.
This is the story of a woman staring down the barrel of motherhood, torn between her own ambivalence.
Welcome to the great indoors.
Ten years (well, now twelve…) after losing most of his sight, ‘deliciously talented’ (Guardian) Tom looks back, sees the funny side and wonders what might’ve been.
Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer nominee Lauren is back with a brand-new show.
In her Fringe debut, one of the hottest names on America’s comedy circuit shares her journey from daughter, to best friend, to caregiver in a poignant but laughter-filled hour.
Growing up with a mother with schizophrenia and a grandmother who stole from buffets and fed her false realities, Atsuko is now stunted as an adult.
‘Utterly compelling’ (Lyn Gardner, StageDoorApp.
Rosie Holt is much loved on Twitter for her razor-sharp parodies of the thick Tory politician with Good Hair, haplessly spouting any porkie and defending any porker in the hope of …
Debut hour from nice young man, Sam Lake.
The iconic American comedian and actress returns with her acerbic wit, following multiple sell-out runs.
One time, Alice got kicked out of an airport because her passport was covered in glow stick – and that’s just the start.
Forget everything you may know about Bloody Mary; the cocktail, the game, the queen who burned Protestants at the stake.
Pauline is a one woman show, written and performed by the talented Sophie Bentinck.
What have I been doing this past two years? Apart from sitting on the settee in my pyjamas, squeezing my ingrowing hairs whilst watching documentaries on Ted Bundy? I have been sta…
Woman, warrior, legend.
Debut hour from one of the most exciting acts on the UK comedy circuit and one of the most pathetic cringing worms (as seen on The Mash Report (BBC2), BBC3 and Channel 4 Online.
Amused Moose New Comic winner and BBC New Comedy Award-nominated northerner Lew had a breakdown and ran away from home, forever.
Physical comedy meets Hollywood.
‘If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses’ (Henry Ford).
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.
The stunning debut hour full of ‘sharp and observant gags’ (Joe Lycett) from one of comedy’s most exciting breakthrough voices.
Red Richardson is one of Britain’s best up-and-coming comedians.
The Pleasance Attic on a sunny afternoon is hot, especially sitting in a sold-out crowd.
Ever wondered what takes a girl so long to get ready on a night out? It’s Saturday night, the big girls’ night out and this girl is trying to get ready on time.
Brassy, abrasive, rude, belligerent.
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.
A dark comedy about daddy issues, sex work, fantasies, taboos, imperfect feminism, immigration and trauma.
A ‘new comedy phenomenon’ (Hollywood Times), this Fringe debut is a stand-up hour showcasing Lamarr’s trademark brand of edgy comedy; complete with a splash of tech, NFT’s and Broa…
One of Variety’s 10 Comics to Watch 2019, Patti Harrison makes her highly anticipated Edinburgh debut.
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-…
It’s the Fringe.
A one-man performance spoken directly to the audience.
A stand-up performance of extracts from the works of some of the great writers of the past from Ireland, with no particular theme, just wonderful material full of humour and pathos…
One-woman show about being a sibling to someone who’s autistic.
A solo female show exploring the depths of the mind of a young woman, who suffers from anorexia.
Why does time often feel so oppressive? And did it always have to be this way? Part history lesson, part cabaret show and part heart-rending personal quest, this theatrical, musica…
When Harriet Kemsley was young, she daydreamed about her perfect secluded hideaway, Honeysuckle Island, and her memories of that have inspired her latest stand-up show at the Monke…
The world’s angriest optimist returns for another bash at sorting out life’s complications.
Before the plague and WW3 I was a chortling, apple-cheeked blacksmith and now I am a scowling wretch in a tattered cloak.
Cockroach is an hour of dark, gut-wrenching stand-up from one of the best comedians in the country.
This year Stuart got alopecia.
Alison Kinnaird is an internationally acclaimed visual artist and musician.
There’s a world just like our own, but there isn’t a word for sand.
Oh, you like Josie Long? Political and personal in one sentence, angry but tender, did a brilliant and much-lauded Fringe show when we last had civilization.
Maxwell’s back in Edinburgh for the last weekend of August.
‘My name is mandla.
The world’s angriest optimist returns for another bash at sorting out life’s inexplicable complications.
How many times can a woman be objectified before deciding she’s more human than that? More angry than that… more vengeful than that.
After a sell-out Scottish tour, Leah MacRae (River City and Gary: Tank Commander) brings her hilarious, rip-roaring, uplifting show for it’s Fringe debut.
It is absolutely not Fraser Brown who needs to be afraid.
Be prepared for some funny and revealing stories from Dr Colin Thomas on his journey from watching television as a child to wanting to perform at Footlights and finally making it a…
After six years together, one of which was particularly crazy, an American says goodbye to Scotland with the help of a song and a puppet and tries to figure out why she’s leaving.
Hoo Hah House's production Brave Face is by far the bravest and powerful production I have seen at the Fringe this year.
Stuart is an observational comedian who doesn’t fully understand what he’s observed.
Eddie Mullarkey brings you on a hilarious, almost entirely honest and wild journey of growing up as a mama’s boy in the west of Ireland, being a failed Catholic, and coming to term…
Jody Kamali presents a multi-character comedy/variety show.
Meet Shakespeare, but not the Shakespeare you know.
What if the last time you dated, you were doused in Impulse Body Spray and The Spice Girls were at number one? Finding a phwoar-some trouser-shape to replace her ex-husband won’t…
So far, Paul has lived his life content in the understanding that stability and emotional happiness were lovely ideas but not really for him.
Stefan Warzycki presents a programme of piano music for the left hand including Godowsky’s studies on Chopin’s Op 10 Études, Scenes of Iceland by Thordur Magnusson and Scriabin’s …
At 41, skinny national treasure Mark Watson is halfway through his days on earth according to his £1.
In her work-in-progress show, In the Dark, Adele ponders the power of knowledge, the power in refusing it, and all things that go on when the lights go off.
A ‘gut-bustingly funny’ (**** (List)) thing in a turtleneck gives you a makeover for the interior design of your mind.
Multiple Fringe First winner David Calvitto (The House, The Professor) returns with his award-winning 2009 hit.
Fed up with being told how to look and behave since she was a teenager, Harriet is taking a long hard squint at the beauty industry through her two remaining false eye lashes.
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…
‘Impressively evocative’ (Chortle.
Hal’s back doing what he does best – performing live comedy, for five nights only! ‘Reminded me how much I love stand up’ (Times).
Ah, the 90s! The decade that Shaparak was in her twenties and ‘ladette’ culture ruled the school.
Ben’s getting older, what should be the final flurries of youth sees him fall squarely into middle age with new ailments to contend with, medical dilemmas, alarming levels of grump…
An old soldier faces one more battle – with himself.
Gangsters, attempted murder and actual sharks? Award-winning comedian and TV writer Kate Smurthwaite tells the most mind-blowing lockdown story you’ll ever hear.
Ross Cullum (Bridgerton) plays villainous English bastards on TV, depicting the cis-het-masc-posho-twat demographic.
Award-winning gag merchant (2016 UK Pun Champion winner) Masai Graham delivers over one hundred clean jokes in just half an hour.
Award-winning gag merchant (2016 UK Pun Champion winner) Masai Graham delivers over one hundred naughty jokes in just half an hour.
One-liners and light-hearted jokes from the master of wordplay.
It’s a Fringe 1st.
Brilliantly self-deprecating stand-up, Will Mars, is a supercharged combination of old-school joke-telling and modern, autobiographical wit.
Chaucer, but with insects.
A palm-reading drag queen tells Jenny she’ll never find love, sending her mind reeling back to high school and a matchmaking scheme that went horribly wrong.
SAVED is a multi-layered, retro-mechanical music show built around rescued 70s home organs.
Combining childlike wonder, adult cynicism, and Shakespearean gravitas in his impressively compelling story, master storyteller Dennis Elkins poses increasingly difficult questions…
After spending 5+ decades on the stage, Siobhan Bremer’s life is more than just a bit theatrical.
Dishonour is a powerful drama that explores the terrifying practice of female genital mutilation (FGM).
If you’re looking for big blowouts and even bigger bouffants, why not stop by El Greco of Hornsey; a salon, a kitchen and a confessional all rolled into one.
Melissa Center is.
With nothing but the titular suitcase, a trench coat and a scarf, this true story centers on questions of identity, immigration, women’s rights and involuntary displacement in a hu…
Some inherit from their mothers material possessions.
A tale of the songs that lead us into the future and the ones that call us home; this show is a masterpiece in storytelling and soul.
Fresh off her triumph as Best Actress and recovery from a recent brush with death, Elizabeth Taylor is struggling with her hardest role yet: herself.
At just 22 years old, writer and performer Mabel Thomas brings her debut solo show Sugar to the Fringe.
An aspiring actress, Evie Edwards, clutches the sides of the Hollywood sign.
London circa 2017.
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…
In the early 90s, Australian comedian Tania Lacy was so famous she couldn’t walk down the street without being mobbed.
Storyteller Elise Robertson embarks on a journey of discovery about Rachel Carson, the iconic environmentalist, who was born 12 miles from her in Pittsburgh, PA, 60 years earlier.
Comedian Ryan Wingfield takes a funny look into the science of what makes us happy.
A quirky, short show with songs. One woman reflects on her day, by talking and singing to her dog.
There is an incredible sense of comfort that I feel upon entering the Dining Room at Gilded Balloon to see Jay Lafferty’s Blether.
Fringe legend Guy Masterson returns for his 27th festival with the perfect Covid antidote! Only six unmissable performances of Dylan Thomas’ timeless masterpiece, made famous by Ma…
Alison Kinnaird has an international reputation as a glass artist and exponent and teacher of the Scottish harp.
Through storytelling poetry, this show transports you back to Westeros to narrate a different version of the Game of Thrones story.
A woman tries to reconcile her identity as a Canadian-born child of British parents living in the United States while she desperately tries to score a ticket to the final show of C…
In 2017, Watson – prone to considerable anxiety, with multiple phobias and a history of piss-poor self-esteem – was asked to go on Celebrity Island with Bear Grylls.
Critically acclaimed comedian and host of Vice’s Hate Thy Neighbour and Channel 4’s Adventures in Futureland, Jamali Maddix is heading out on tour again after his incredible 2018 W…
A woman on the cusp of turning 30 pours over the last decade of her life.
A celebration of the life and songs of one of the most influential performers and humanitarians of the 1970’s. Performed by ‘one of Scotland’s best singers’ (Tom Paxton).
Every song a classic! Hailed by critics and fans alike as one of the finest songwriters of his generation, Friedman has achieved legendary, pop-icon status for chart-topping hits, …
Brand-new show from star of Live At The Apollo, 8 Out of 10 cats, Celebrity Mastermind and regular on The News Quiz and Fighting Talk.
A romantic Greek comedy.
The Coming Out Play is a 40-minute one-woman play that follows the twenty-six-year-old and sucre-sweet Lucy Moran as she travels to her parents’ house to tell them that not only …
Climb up to the dizzy heights and slip down to some awkward lows in the company of award-winning Jacob Hulland’s warm and youthful, yet middle-aged, persona.
Led by local historian and actor Colin Brown, Rebustours run throughout the Fringe, starting and finishing at The Royal Oak pub on Infirmary Street.
Male impersonator, soubrette and headliner at all the major theatres, Nelly Power was a force to be reckoned with in an era before female emancipation.
A one-person comedy show based on comedian Erick Acuña’s real life as a Peruvian Latino living in the United States: from filling out a medical form in English or never trying h…
Sr Clarissa has grown somewhat tired of her marriage to Christ.
Velvet Determination – a musical journey about wrong notes, hard knocks and the keys to success.
Adena Walker is a Black Jewish Woman living in Trump’s America… and somehow she’s still single! Watch as she sings and dances her way through the NYC dating scene in this hil…
One traveler is catapulted on a journey through space-time, only to find himself on a desperate hunt to reconnect with those he left back home.
Sometimes we all feel different but not everyone has that confirmed by a professional.
If you want to make the finest wine, use the sweetest grape on the vine.
Birth, death, upheaval, wild animals, buried secrets and massive amounts of coffee.
The Edinburgh Comedy Award winner is back at the Fringe with her highly anticipated, brand-new show.
A brand new hour of jokes from Alfie Brown; the country’s best non-famous comedian.
What happens when our youthful expectations of love and sex, those formed in the 90s by movies, TV and music get crushed by the realities of adulthood and, in this one case, a terr…
The kid’s back with another hour of lo-fi stand-up comedy to chill or study to.
Things are getting way too tense out there, aren’t they? The powers that be are peddling anger to the masses and we’re all becoming rage junkies.
Patrick McPherson returns to Edinburgh with The Man revamped following its sold-out run at the Fringe 2019 where it received exclusively five-star reviews.
Watson, at 40, is halfway through his life according to the life expectancy calculator.
Why shouldn’t a middle-aged, middle-class, middle-eastern single mother of two relate to Stormzy, the King of Grime? In this new show, Shappi connects with her truth, her ‘Inner St…
Born in Iran and raised in a Teeside caravan, Patrick reflects on life today in his mixed-class relationship.
Join the star of Parks and Recreation and Fargo for an evening of deliberative talking and light dance that will compel you to chuckle whilst enjoining you to brandish a better sid…
Kenneth Wilson performs a solo show of dramatic poetry from his 2019 collection, The Definitions of Kitchen Verbs, abetted and illustrated with solo airs, ballads and Bach beautifu…
‘One of the world’s great cabaret singers’ (Time Out) presents unique interpretations of Dylan and Brel alongside her own material.
Critically acclaimed comedian and host of Viceland’s Hate Thy Neighbour and Channel 4’s Adventures in Futureland, Jamali Maddix has just come back from his first world tour.
Star of Live at the Apollo, Laura Lexx is a ‘bouncy, bubbly stand up star’ (Telegraph) shining a hilarious light on how hard it is to be a good person these days.
Three nights only! After a sell-out run in 2018 and a BBC One series of the same name, BAFTA Breakthrough Brit and star of Live at the Apollo, Luisa returns with her third smash-hi…
This play is about dreams, where forgotten memories go, déjà vu, laughter, the inability to laugh, that sense you get when you can tell someone is staring at you, the song Girls …
A fanfic no one asked for, a sprawling eulogy to a deceased robot that wears it’s fragile heart on it’s sleeve, a meme made by someone you can’t relate to.
The award-winning Aussie comedian is back with a brand-new show, taking on the end of the world.
11+ explores the strange and funny challenges we go through in trying to get into a grammar school.
Tanya is a woman with a lot on her mind.
Tash is trying to fit into her clothes as well as her role in society.
Join Luisa Omielan (What Would Beyonce Do?!, Am I Right Ladies?! and Politics For Bitches) as she tries out some stuff for an upcoming project.
The multi-stylistic, unconventional cellist and singer Johanna Stein returns to the Fringe.
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…
‘When did no become a turn on? No.
Aspiring to be more vacuous? Thanking strangers for no reason? Hyper-Nice is a new, original, one person stand-up show in which David Watson mostly apologises for breathing and tri…
Within is one man’s quest to find the meaning of life.
Not Today’s Yesterday.
We all have a nationality.
Internationally acclaimed, award-winning Scottish singer-songwriter Dean Owens is a man of many songs, and many hats.
International, award-winning concert pianist Veronica Yen returns to Edinburgh.
It needs to be said, you must go into this show with an open mind.
Buzzing is the story of Julie, a 50-something recent divorcee who is wanting to discover herself and “find meaning”.
Remember OMD before OMG, Phil Oakey’s fringe and onyx ashtrays? Tales of growing up before the New Romantics landed in 80s Leeds, with threads of a Catholic upbringing, Irish mot…
Ishi Khan: I’mMigrant! A fun comedy show about migration, identity and belonging from award-nominated comedienne.
You see a person, she sees the colour blue.
Three thousand years ago, the Queen of Sheba travelled with a huge entourage and wealthy gifts to listen to King Solomon’s wisdom.
We live in challenging times.
If humanity was on trial, who would be its lawyer? Evaluation centres around a singular condition: held captive by the perfect machine, one human must defend their species and answ…
Fringe First winner returns for six shows only.
Watson presents a show that’s no more than 50% ready for public consumption and hopes for the festival’s legendary supportive vibe to carry him through.
‘The reigning queen of character comedy’ (Evening Standard), Alison Thea-Skot, returns to the Fringe for two nights with her five-star smash-hit show.
Total Theatre Award-winning Rachel Mars returns following her gleeful sell-out hit Our Carnal Hearts.
Almost 40 and totally single, Mandy takes us on a hilarious, raw 55-minute rollercoaster ride unearthing the magic elixir for her unmarried soul.
What’s going on? Why is everyone fighting? Why does everyone hate each other? Who the hell is Alexa? And why are there no women left with real eyebrows? Women are in fashion now bu…
Sincerity has expanded on Mark Ravenhill’s creepy monologue The Experiment, where we follow the satiny-voiced, slippery narrator.
[SFX: FANFARE] Michael Brunström is an Olympic athlete striving for gold medal glory.
Gays everywhere! Since Spring Awakening in 1890, the stage and screen has depicted schools as hotbeds of gay romance, passion, sex and joy – but also bullying, blackmail, trauma …
Apphia Campbell’s solo show inspired by the life of Nina Simone.
The star of BBC2’s The Mash Report, Live at the Apollo, Mock the Week and his own BBC Radio 4 special returns to the Fringe.
Beth Vyse returns as Olive Hands in this work in progress show: The Hands Have It! where she finds herself running for leader of the Western world.
A combination of cataclysmic events results in the extinction of the human race, leaving behind an AI being programmed to recreate humanity when the time is right, with the complet…
Have you ever felt so lost in the game of life that you don’t really remember who you are? Combining personal stories with physical theatre, vulnerability and ferocity, Ana creates…
Oxford Revue alumnus John Rayner (‘laugh-out-loud.
In the 12 years since Prospero’s departure, Caliban has painstakingly sifted through the ashes of the books of magic, slowly piecing together a way to save his island from mankind’…
Toby Belch is unwell: the years of drinking, late nights and debauchery have taken their toll and now he faces his end with the knowledge that he’s seen as a buffoon, a drunken sot…
A family’s dream holiday becomes a nightmare.
Dorothy Wordsworth has finally found her place, living in domestic and literary bliss in the Lake District with her famous brother, William.
Sweden’s top female comedian Josefin Johansson, TV presenter and singer takes her sold-out show Girl Stuff abroad for the first time.
This comic tale examines Phina’s observations on what others have made of her black identity as a model, actress, radio presenter and writer in the fickle media world.
Pip Utton, Fringe legend brings Adolf back for the final time.
Grit is in the grips of a full on nightmare so scared he can’t feel the rubble beneath his bare feet.
A funny, touching and self-deprecating account of growing up in 1970s Wolverhampton.
As featured in the top Edinburgh Fringe jokes of all time in The Scotsman, The Independent and The Mirror.
Notes towards a new show from ‘the world’s greatest living stand-up’ (Times).
Cluster-bombed with yoghurt on Taskmaster, half-killed by Bear Grylls on Celebrity Island, scrawny Fringe legend Watson returns with his show about empathy: one of the top-ten best…
Internationally renowned artist Concha Vidal presents an evocative site-specific performance in a hairdressing salon.
When Edinburgh’s pandas disappear suspicion falls on gangsters from Glasgow.
After last years sell-out performances at the Fringe, English Comedian of the Year finalist Adam Rowe has bought his show Pinnacle to the Edinburgh Fringe.
Mrs Shaw Herself is a one-woman show exploring the life of Charlotte Payne-Townshend AKA Mrs George Bernard Shaw.
Zoe Lyons packs out the Gilded Balloon with stand-up that raises the bar for Fringe comedy.
Christmas at Camelot: a monstrous green warrior issues an unwinnable challenge to Arthur’s finest knight.
Scotch pie push-ups, cludgie clenches, haggis swings anybody? You know you want to gie ‘em a go.
A show about food.
Five years ago, Pete Nash was about to board a plane to Silicon Valley to sell his business for seven figures.
Icelandic folk songs and bits of Icelandic culture.
BAFTA Award-winning comedian Iain Stirling returns to the Fringe following a sell-out tour, with a load of new jokes, read off notes.
Kilara Sen, a female Japanese comedian from Tokyo, won’t wear surgical masks like other Japanese! This is her debut one-hour show on the Fringe.
Join award-winning comedian James Alderson as he takes a hilarious double A-sided trip down memory lane to see if it really is better now than in the 80s, before he gets much older…
Comedian, author and, most recently, idiot who agreed to be tortured on I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here!, Shappi is a woman of many parts.
North East comedians on one exclusive line-up! Hot on the heels of our popular compilation showcases, it felt only right to bring you some of finest comics who regularly stand-up a…
Emma Shaw needs help.
Sociologist-turned-detective Caleb Rutherford steps into a hall of mirrors exposing real people through their professions while thinking he has nothing to reveal about himself.
Queer, political theatre that tells a tale of feminist self-empowerment and delivers a powerful manifesto of self-realisation, erotic positivity and physical fulfilment.
The Mother Music Daughter Dance is a lively, funny, bittersweet theatrical duet between a real-life mother and daughter.
Join three-time Magicians’ Circle Very Good Boy nominee Rory the Retriever as he delights and surprises with his magical repertoire of tricks and illusions.
The host of Whose Line Is It Anyway, Loose Ends and Talks Back makes his much-anticipated return to the Edinburgh Fringe stage with a one-man show guaranteed to be funnier than Sha…
Legendary festival favourite, stand-up comedian, film and television star Omid Djalili returns for eight shows only.
Experience the dark and hidden atmosphere of the Detective Inspector John Rebus books which are written by best-selling crime writer Ian Rankin.
Helene is excited to throw Gordon’s birthday party, but Gordon isn’t happy about turning 70.
Chris returns to the Fringe with his third solo show.
It’s 1816, and Mary Shelley is about to recite the words that would be Frankenstein.
Harun Musho’d’s second solo stand-up show compares life and events in the 70s and today.
Character comedian David McIver’s Teleport takes us on a deliciously low-budget, self-deprecating, dynamic quest through the online fantasy character games he used to play as a c…
The funny side of Australia.
The debut stand-up hour from Arnab Chanda (Russell Howard’s Good News, BBC’s Pls Like, 2018 Writers Guild nominee) who was born in Yorkshire, but grew up abroad, but lives in Londo…
When he was seven years old, Edward Hilsum attended a party at which a magician was performing.
Actor, comedian and social media superstar Celeste Barber is the self-proclaimed queen of everyday sophistication and low-budget lifestyle aspiration.
Number eight will have you totally whelmed! 10 things I Hate About Taming of the Shrew will take you back the good old days, when we worried about Y2K, wore butterfly clips in our …
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.
Ménage à trois.
Was childhood really a simpler time, full of innocence and happiness? Katie Paterson’s weird, anarchic and hilarious solo endurance test invites the audience to play and share in…
Richard Wright is just happy to be involved.
What’s better than a glorious death? Escaping his war poetry homework, 15-year-old Elliot re-enacts the movie 300 to the ghosts of Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon.
Bienvenue à bord this non-stop flight from Paris to Cincinnati featuring Crystelle the flight attendant.
Kerry has broken the habit of a lifetime – pleasing people.
Magic as equally stunning as the skill is completely hidden.
Searching For My Father is Glen’s personal journey after the loss of his father at a young age and growing up searching through the lessons learned as a child to discovering his fa…
Matthew Roberts’ solo show, Teach, at theSpace, Surgeons Hall is performance brimming with conviction and energy.
I Pilgrim is a funny and personal evening with Australian actor Alan Lovell.
Alison Kinnaird has an international reputation as an artist working in glass.
Christopher Watts returns to the Festival Fringe with his one-man-show, Bleeding Black, at Greenside, Nicolson Square.
Time heals all wounds, but Shane’s healing might take a millennium.
What do you do when life comes to a crossroads? Write a show about it, of course! At 19 years old, Andrew White can’t help but question his next steps: should he keep slogging it…
Don’t read this!! These words will force you to see a German/Swiss character-sincere-existentialist stand-up comic taking an exhilarating ride on the dark side of human existence…
A woman, a warrior, a Chinese legend – Michelle Yim (The Empress and Me) brings to life the real Mulan who, to save her family’s honour, disguised herself as a man and joined the…
Amy Matthews blends observational routines with offbeat whimsy, resigning to the absurdity of modern life.
As seen on Comedy Central’s Stand Up Central and The Chris Ramsey Show.
Ben is milleni-ill.