Real reviews for Tom Little: ‘He’s the real deal.
Last year he found the nefarious link between Ikea, the Nazis and Kanye West.
The sexy baby from Taskmaster is all grown up.
Grace Campbell is a one-woman manifesto for body, sex and mental health positivity.
A show that’s equal measures hilarious, educational and deeply personal.
Lara’s a small Latin American girl (woman?) who won the Funny Women 2021 (right, “woman”) Stage Award and is now doing her first hour about what it’s like to be Latin and deaf and …
Does emotion help us make moral judgments? Alfie will address this question using jokes.
Anna Mann is back! The acclaimed actress, singer and welder (gotta have a back up) returns after five long years to tell the incredible story of her life in the arts in this, her f…
Fern Brady is here to speak for autistic women who happen to be hot – selflessly giving a voice to the voiceless (or just a very specific group that might not have thought to ide…
As seen on Taskmaster (Channel 4), Frankie Boyle’s New World Order (BBC Two), Never Mind the Buzzcocks (Sky) and his critically acclaimed series Hate Thy Neighbor for Vice, Jamali …
Aww, sookie sookie now! There’s a disco, a stand-up comedy disco, featuring the hippest comics in town, can you dig it? Hosted by Tom Lawrinson.
‘After defeat, re-enchantment is necessary’, said Lola Olufemi.
#comedy, #poetry, #standup
A quality line-up of the hottest new acts in town.
Alpha’s All Stars – We live in interesting times.
Best of Scandinavia features the biggest names in Scandinavian stand-up.
Despite everything that’s happened, Tom is still talking about his penis.
See the very best comedians from across the Fringe alongside hot new talent and fresh Fringe newcomers, with a different comedy line-up daily at each show – in this stuffed selec…
The comedy fundraiser extravaganza is back! Following a sell-out, all-star line-up in 2019, join us for a night of laughter to show your support for our planet.
A hilarious stand-up comedy compilation show that leaves out the really rude bits so the whole family can enjoy the show.
The Late Shift is the one Fringe stand-up comedy show you do not want to miss! New York City is the stand-up comedy capital of the world.
Good people do bad things and bad people do good things.
Comedian, barber, barstool philosopher.
It has been a period of upheaval and uncertainty with COVID and the political situation.
A split hour of stand-up comedy from Isaac Kean and Andy Bucks, Cambridge Footlights members and Chortle Student Comedy Award finalists.
Funny Women finalist and runner-up share the hour in this split bill.
One day you’re a student at a protest and the next you’re a 30-something middle manager who still doesn’t know what they want to be when they grow up.
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.
Still Got It invites you to come along to enjoy jokes, stories and craziness from four comedians whose total ages are well over 250 years! You will find a great welcome from a team…
Antidepressant! Ever lost your way, your mind, or your will to live? Jonathan Winfield brings his comedy show about family trauma, mental illness and depression from his lived expe…
Elliot Wengler, host of Lolbot Wars (‘Nice ideas, likeable performer.
Double Edinburgh Comedy Award winner John Kearns and critically acclaimed nonsense merchant Pat Cahill present their messy, loving, self-flagellant Off-Broadway show.
Straight from the mean, cobbled streets of Durham comes a troupe of student comics with a mission: making you laugh so hard you forget the overwhelming futility of life.
An outrageous hour of comedy served to you by a selection of female comedians from across the globe.
Has your relationship with science lost its spark? Lacking the right chemistry? Join stand-up comedian and scientist Matt Hobs as he rediscovers the joy of science – finding the …
Stand-up, sarcasm and uncomfortable confessions combine in this true story about life as a Jesus girl.
Smoking hot split bill of stand-up from two fully developed women.
In association with The Abbey Theatre, Ireland.
Maryellen barrels through fiercely feminist and seriously silly stand-up and storytelling littered with laughs (an alliteration).
Following an incredible Edinburgh Fringe debut in 2019 and fresh from a 2022 Netflix special, Schalk Bezuidenhout is back with love in his heart and jokes in his pocket.
Faye Treacy’s highly anticipated new show (Musical Comedy Awards Best Newcomer, as featured on BBC Radio 4 and BBC Three).
Scottish Comedian of the Year winner, viral video star and regular panellist on BBC Scotland’s Breaking the News, Marc Jennings returns to the Fringe following his sold-out debut i…
Extra 10:15pm show added due to demand! World-class stand-up from live comedy’s internationally acclaimed Irish master.
Star of The Stand Up Sketch Show (ITV2), Netflix’s Flinch, Live At The Apollo (BBC Two), Tonight at The London Palladium (ITV), Celebrity Juice (ITV2), Play To The Whistle (ITV),…
Winner: Best New Comedian, Panic Awards (2019).
Vappow! consists of four up-and-coming comedians, who perform regularly across the UK, in their own one-hour show.
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.
Fringe favourite Leah, the wee powerhouse from Glasgow, is back with this brand-new show.
If you want to feel young and useful, get a job in a care home.
‘Awesome late-night hilarity’ (ThreeWeeks) will be too good to miss.
Every universe has an Edinburgh Fringe but the multiverse is collapsing.
Fantasy, escapism, stand-up comedy.
2019 Scottish Comedian of the Year runner-up Paul McDaniel (as seen on Breaking the News and BBC’s Scot Squad) is joined by two up-and-coming stand-up comedians Mick McNeill (‘Risi…
Perrier Award-winning comedy legend Simon Fanshawe is returning to the Edinburgh Fringe for the first time in decades with the live show based on his book, The Power Of Difference.
Writers and comedians Stevie Martin (Breeders, Late Night Mash) and Tessa Coates (Feel Good, Starstruck) co-host their smash-hit podcast Nobody Panic live.
Intranet sensation Amy Gledhill (1/3 of cult double act The Delightful Sausage) makes her Fringe debut with a show about resilience and dancing.
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).
Vir Das, fresh off an Emmy nomination for his latest Netflix stand-up special, brings his brand new Wanted world tour to Edinburgh – a show about freedom, a journey into foolishn…
Angela Barnes (Mock The Week, Live at the Apollo, 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown and former chair of BBC Radio 4’s The News Quiz) has good intentions but trying to live your best …
Americans are fat, find out why.
A show about the hair we want, the friends we have and living the vast difference between virus and viral.
Edinburgh’s favourite Guardian-approved naughty boy is back! And he’s bringing with him a brand-new hour of painfully funny stand-up for 2022.
Join the greatest comedians from across the globe as they blur the line between arte-fact and arte-fiction in a wholly improvised set, prompted by genuine artefacts housed in the N…
Shaun Patrick Flynn RN is a US-based comedian and critical care nurse.
Joyful, daring and undeniably sharp, God Damn Fancy Man is the hotly anticipated new show from critically acclaimed, internationally award-winning comedian James Nokise.
It’s time to celebrate nature.
Join Ella Al-Shamahi (BBC, Channel 4 and National Geographic presenter, ‘erudite and funny’ (Times)) and Suse Steed (NATYS finalist 2019, Funny Women Regional Finalist 2018) for an…
The best comedy comes from tragedy.
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…
Daniel Muggleton is an Australian stand-up comedian wearing a tracksuit.
Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer nominee Sindhu Vee returns with a new hour.
As seen on Mock The Week, QI and others, Eshaan Akbar comes to Edinburgh for 13 nights only.
Are you reading this? Wow.
The best night of comedy on the Fringe returns! Join us for a raucous night of laughter, raising much-needed funds for Waverley Care – Scotland’s HIV and Hepatitis C charity.
Four acts, hosted by a sketch show? Late-night comedy, celebrating different acts each night from across the Fringe! Biscuit Barrel’s twist on the comedy night, based in Bristol si…
Fresh from a sell-out tour, star of BBC’s The Blame Game, Fighting Talk and The News Quiz, Neil Delamere returns to Edinburgh with a brand-new show.
Join a massive line-up of the biggest names on the Fringe for a raucous evening of comedy to help the fight against brain tumours.
Robin Morgan (as seen on Mock The Week) has an hour of new jokes and stories.
Debut Fringe show from one of Ireland’s fastest rising stand-ups, award-winning writer, creator and star of BBC NI sketch series The Paddy Raff Show and host of BBC Three’s Stand U…
Daddy issues taken too far, or not far enough? Kate’s only issue is that Bruce refuses to submit himself to a DNA test to (dis)prove once and for all that I am his daughter.
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…
Comedians Rachel Fairburn and Kiri Pritchard-McLean bring their smash-hit true crime podcast, All Killa no Filla, to the Edinburgh Fringe.
Brown Sauce is a comedy night with the best South Asian comedians (and other Asian friends) on the circuit.
Described by the Evening Standard as ‘live comedy’s best kept secret’ Scott Bennett has been blazing a trail through the stand-up circuit for the best part of a decade.
Watch out Edinburgh Fringe, Footnotes is back! Our show will be a stand-up variety show featuring The University of Birmingham’s top student stand-ups! Having honed our skills on t…
After searching far and wide, Barcelona’s finest comedic talents have Found their Funny, packed it in a bag and brought it all the way to the Edinburgh Fringe for your amusement! B…
Aalex had a breakdown so you don’t have to.
Whilst wide awake one night, comedian Neil Harris found himself watching a video titled How One Man Changed the High Jump.
The world has faced many disasters.
Following a sell-out UK tour, Lost Voice Guy returns to Edinburgh with his brand-new show.
The zig-zag semi-autobiographical journey of a spoiled Chinese daughter trying to cope with cultural shocks and sexual liberations away from her family’s supervision back in Chin…
There’s a point beyond burnout where all you can do is laugh and Deirdre O’Kane has well and truly reached it.
The role of the weather girl is one of the most iconic in the TV landscape.
Does for politics, religion and philosophy what Simon Evans Goes to Market (BBC Radio 4) did for economics – makes it fresh, compelling and funny.
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.
The gals are back for one night only! Join The Fannies laughing at life from PMT to HRT, fuelled on G’n’T and B&H.
Mr Swallow returns with a mix of new, old, very old and previously unusable material before hitting the road.
Gearóid’s back from two years on the couch with his cat.
If you don’t like that guy who always has a funny story then this might not be for you. Mark will make you laugh, make you think and possibly ask you to give him some space.
Hot off the heels of his critically acclaimed Netflix special, Phil’s bringing his highly infective British-Malaysian variant of comedy to the Edinburgh Fringe once more.
Finalist in the 2021 Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year and three-time finalist in the Musical Comedy Awards, Matty “voice of an angel” Hutson is bringing his signature styl…
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…
What’s it like running a successful business, being a mother of three and an influencer with 10 million followers? No idea, sorry! Between us we mother 1 cat (alive) and 5.
Warning: I want to be worldwide performer. I hope you do not mind but this show will pretty much just involve me going up there and being nice with it.
Steph and Ben are struggling.
Hundreds entered, 11 survive; now one rising stand-up star will be crowned Britain’s funniest student.
For one night only, Comic Relief Live! is back.
The rapidly ageing minor national treasure from Taskmaster and so on, begins building on the success of current show, This Can’t Be It by taking the first steps towards a new one.
New show about getting married, being middle of the road and accidentally going viral for the most embarrassing moment in your life.
Split hour of stand-up from rising stars ‘brilliant.
Back by popular demand, Comedy Boxing triumphantly returns to Edinburgh with all-new comedic competitors! Comedians will compete over four hilarious rounds of stand-up, improvisati…
Winner: Comedian’s Comedian, Chortle Awards (2020).
Free comedy showcase hosted by American stand-up comedian Leah Renee.
Anti-comedy legend of BBC New Comedy Awards and Jimmy Carr’s Comedy Idol fame.
Philliam and Whillipp is a stand-up comedy show by young up-and-coming comedians Will Hitt and Philipp Kostelecky.
Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee and Taskmaster star Sophie Duker is bringing Wacky back for two unmissable festival specials, joined by psychotically talented one-man white-man hous…
After my last Fringe appearance (August, 2016), I had to step away from Edinburgh and consider how to be less devastatingly funny.
Award-winning comedian Elf Lyons invites you for an hour of revelry, raconteuring and comedy, which your great-grandad would consider indecent for a lady to listen to.
Circuit stand-up Kevin is creating a new show and he’s bringing it to the Fringe so you can watch it for free! ‘Shepherd is an open and honest performer.
The Great Resignation? We call it The Great Escape! Join hilarious Brits abroad Jess Bauldry and Sharon VS to hear how they broke out from the 9 to 5 and their musings on the meani…
Mary Beth Barone is an expert in bad dating (just lucky I guess!).
Comedians Nigel Lovell (twice UK Pun Championship finalist) and Pete Merre (talkSport, SoccerAM) love Wordle and Leyton Orient and so are used to comedy, tragedy and heartbreak.
Stella’s considering anger management.
Jerry Sadowitz returns with his whacky impressions of Greta Thunberg, Frankie Boyle and deep vein thrombosis.
This show is about identity, where to buy it, and how to cook it properly to make you stand out with your friends.
Out of the swirling maelstrom he steps, his sword of jokes, his shield of whimsy and his armour made of a third amusing thing.
‘There will not be a better debut hour of stand-up at the festival this year’ (Adam Rowe).
Imagine having a passion, a calling, being so good and in love with something you wanted to do it forever – that was me as a child when it came to drumming but sadly it wasn’t th…
After his last sell-out tour, Perthshire farmer and comedian Jim Smith returns with a brand-new show telling tales of Scottish rural life.
Angelos is here standing in front of people for about seven days, maybe more if he can get time off at the stables.
Join award-winning punslinger Darren Walsh for some new jokes.
It’s time to get your head in the game: Bristol’s best trans/non-binary/female comedy night is taking Edinburgh by storm for one night only.
In this diverse and friendly stand-up show, Europe’s funniest comedians come together with the most well-travelled acts from the rest of the world! They will recall their most outl…
Lockdown phenomenon Gigless goes live! New material from your favourite comedians, as always, presided over by Catherine Bohart, Helen Bauer and Andrew White.
The most high-brow show about blow jobs you’ll ever see.
BAFTA-nominated comedian, Rachel Parris, is back with a brand-new show about big life changes.
Manchester’s award-winning free comedy club comes to Edinburgh for the first time! From the scene that produced the likes of Peter Kay and Johnny Vegas comes four rising stars, e…
Catherine Bohart loves control, hates change and is a serial planner.
He’s been on the road since February, played three sold-out nights at London’s iconic Hackney Empire and now Ol’ Broken Pancreas is charged up and ready to flick the switch on even…
Have you ever considered how much easier it would be to stop trying to be a nice person and just be a dick to everyone? You will after watching this show.
Chortle Student Comedy Award winner Joe Kent-Walters and runner-up Sam Williams join forces to bring you an absolute home run of a comedy show, covering two bases: stand-up and cha…
There will be cake.
Join award-winning Jewish comedian Rachel Creeger for a wander down a rocky road paved with the best of intentions.
The finest Geordie, Scottish and Australian comedians come together for a fantastic hour of stand-up comedy.
Jay Handley blows off steam in a show heavy on audience interaction.
Living in Barcelona may seem like living in paradise, but for the English-speaking comedians it’s not always so rosy.
Würk is an American stand-up showcase using the word work in all its forms as a jumping off point to comedy.
Paul Savage wanted to do a fun, silly show but shows about trauma win awards.
With a busted knee, a burst eardrum and heroic reveries replaced by painkillers and words like ‘ouch’, ‘pardon’ and ‘I’m down here!’, Todd reckons he has one last chance to reinv…
The Welsh optimist returns to the festival, and this year he’s been thinking about the future.
Join Grant and comedy sidekick Mini Dalek on some hilarious lockdown misadventures, epic songs on ukulele and surreal art works as Mini Dalek presents his first art exhibition, Sal…
Two of the funniest women coming up on the circuit bring you a show tackling all the juicy issues that face fun-time women in their thirties from street harassment to the morning-a…
What does a Revolution and a Nevolution have in common? They only work if someone stands up.
Having grown up working in his family’s Memphis barbecue restaurant, US comedian Charlie Vergos is 100% southern on the surface, but his understated intelligence and wandering year…
Norwegian comedian Viggo Venn has moved to London to follow his life-long dream of becoming a British comedian! ‘Viggo is Norwegian’ (EdFestMag.
With the success of his first show, I’ve Not Heard of You Either – **** (Scotsman) – comedian Burt Williamson returns to the Fringe with another 45-minute offering of ‘absurd a…
A stand-up show to make you think: ‘Maybe I’m not doing so badly after all’.
An award-winning comedian from NYC fell in love with a woman online.
How do you choose between two things you love? Particularly if one of those things is literally (fictionally) magical.
Lorraine was gearing up for huge changes when fate slammed on the brakes – but you can’t cruise along life’s highway without hitting speed bumps! Finding a soulmate, moving city,…
Why do we still have a headache after taking a 1p aspirin which disappears when we take a 50p one? And why are we attracted to a 2-for-1 meal discount but fail to save for a pensio…
Did you know Americans weren’t the first people in space? Me neither! Fake news.
Liz Guterbock (2022 Union Jack Radio Ones to Watch, 2021 Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year nominee, 2020 British Comedy Guide Pro Performance Award nominee, 2019 Funny Women A…
Award-winning Angel Comedy (Repeat Best Venue in UK Award winner) brings a whole new showcase of acts to Edinburgh for the sixth consecutive year – after five sell-out years! Awa…
Rahul Somia is a stand-up comedian from Leicester with tales based on his Indian heritage, career as a teacher and being single.
‘Wonderfully inventive, consistently funny’ (Time Out).
A journey of 1000 miles begins with a single drink.
Mary O’Connell is conflicted: she hates capitalism but she loves to shop.
Harun Musho’d is an Arabic name.
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…
Fade In: Heidi sits at her desk writing the blurb for this show.
Return of the hit Fringe show bringing you the best award-winning Jewish (and Jew-ish) comedians in the country.
Watch in awe as quiet man Nick Everritt establishes a comedic persona and performs a series of jokes.
Joe is not a “person with comedy”; he’s a comedian.
For a limited time only, the long-running Quiz in My Pants returns! Prepare for silliness with this panel show, which has featured countless acts over nine years of Fringes, includ…
At age 35, Mark Cram has decided he’s probably never going to have or want children – but that’s not going to stop him from being an amazing parent.
I Miss Amy Winehouse is the first solo hour from writer / comedian / journalist Suchandrika Chakrabarti (shortlisted for the inaugural VAULT FIVE scheme, regular writer on BBC Radi…
See the UK’s longest running and best comedy newcomer competition back for its 35th year.
Learn the skills and art of performing stand-up comedy on this two-day intensive comedy course.
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.
Few things are guaranteed: death, taxes and Joseph getting ID’d! After amassing over 3 million views on TikTok, taking the runner-up spot at the Leicester Mercury Comedian of the…
Arriving in Australia in February 2020 just before covid struck meant that Lloyd couldn’t see his family for over two years.
Show content warning: I may talk about that time I kicked a seagull in the head in Eastbourne.
Dan Willis (The Walking Dead, Ferris Buellers Way Of, The Whinging Pom) brings his brand-new show celebrating eight years of married life.
Twitter sensation Sooz (BBC Radio 4, BT Sport, BBC Radio 5 Live) got a PlayStation, the first adult console, in 1998 and finally felt grown-up.
Jay Handley wrestles with concepts beyond the reach of his intellect but within that of his vain, grasping ego.
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.
As seen on BT Sport’s DIY Pundit, the Amused Moose Comedy Award winner Danny Ward returns to Edinburgh with his seventh solo show.
‘This was such good fun, a lovely team, new games, actual physical danger! See it, Play it, Love it!’ (Tony Slattery).
As I’m writing this, I think the show will be about my best friend.
The harbinger of rock‘n’drole returns to Edinburgh with more guitar-wielding wordplay and silliness.
Russell Howard, Miranda Hart, Tim Minchin.
A one-off comedy extravaganza! For the past 37 years the Pleasance has been the home of new comedy talent in Edinburgh.
After the success of Brown Privilege, the Argentinean comedian will keep exploring the colonization of the American continent plus vaccines, Ukraine, Prince Andrew and travels to M…
The award-winning comedian returns with his 15th solo show.
Barcelona-based Scottish stand-up comedian Stuart Kennedy presents his solo comedy show Shitegeist – a show about life, death, sheep and bad endings to TV shows.
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 …
The Mock The Week panelist and master of one-liners returns with another show jam-packed with cleverly crafted jokes and improvised gags.
‘Smart character comic’ (Scotsman) and Funny Women Awards finalist, Kirsty has a secret, and this is a confession.
The Cougar and the Cub stars two hysterical and unrestrained comedians: Trish Smart and Christy the Comedian.
Ali Brice is embracing life after almost losing it.
Stand-up comedian Richard Pulsford (Top 10 Edinburgh Fringe Jokes, 2019 and 2021; Scottish Comedian of the Year runner-up, 2021; UK Pun Championships winner 2022) hosts this show f…
Flat-footed, dyslexic, self-doubting comedy graduate seeks audience for an afternoon of whimsical fun, stepping out on the rungs of his life.
The single hardest day of your life is the day you realise you’re not going to go mad and you’re not going to kill yourself.
A Fringe institution since 1999.
Talk about doing what it says on the tin! Here you go: simply the best comics on the contemporary Scottish circuit.
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…
Comedy award winner 2021.
‘This is late-night comedy at its finest’ **** (BroadwayBaby.
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 biggest, brightest comedians at the Edinburgh Fringe all in one huge show, staged in the famous Udderbelly.
Fraser Brown takes the audience on a hilarious and dark analysis of his own anxieties and worries.
Menopausal Mayhem is the perfect antidote to the doom and gloom surrounding the menopause.
The best mixed-bill comedy night in Edinburgh, featuring your favourite comedians from around the Fringe.
BBC New Comedy Award winner and the Scottish Comedian of the Year 2018 workshops his unique brand of sketches and characters for the very first time.
The risque sensation is back! Watch comedians share stories, lead audience games, provide good and bad dating advice and much more.
Say what you like, loud as you like, it’s a free world! You can talk about anything so long as it’s funny, that’s Raymond’s specialty.
Five-time Scottish Comedian of the Year finalist brings his third hour to Edinburgh.
Comedy with a conservation twist.
Life, relationships, the world! Everything seems to be coming to an end.
Henry Ginsberg (FHM Stand-Up Hero, Reading Festival New Act Of The Year) presents a possibly anarchic, probably slightly depraved and almost certainly alcohol-fuelled showcase of t…
In mid 2020 Angus Coutts tried to make money by selling naked pictures of himself online.
It’s stand-up, but not as you know it; no rules, no backup, no script, no set list.
In a festival that pours scorn on comedy without a poignant ending, one show dares to celebrate the purity of the undiluted, unadulterated and altogether far funnier club set.
Mutch returns to the Fringe for a special Work in Progress show.
A dark and dirty stand-up comedy showcase. Ghost Orgy was a sold-out show at the 2019 Edinburgh Festival Fringe .
Free show! Jim fights the mundane and holds no punches.
Join the longest-running panellist on BBC Scotland’s Breaking the News for his new show! Endorsed by Hollywood superstar Will Ferrell.
True stories, sharp gags and a big beard – Gallagher returns to Fringe following his sold-out run last time out! From growing up in Ireland, to travelling the world and everythin…
Mike Rice is struggling with adult life.
On tour from London’s Bush Hall, The Disgraceful Club is a wild Friday night of comedy hosted by the audacious queen of no shame, critically acclaimed, ‘one of the funniest women i…
Tuesday morning, 3am.
Veteran Canadian comic David Tsonos hates one thing: the drunk heckler.
In 1992 Gavin Webster was in a double act where he was actually the straight man, so he decided to go it alone.
High energy, observational stand-up with ‘fast-fire expert jokiness’ (BathEcho.
The night is young and three of the best stand-up comedians from Australia are ready to make you laugh, stay up late and definitely have one more drink.
After touring all over Europe, Mike Rice brings his electric hour show to Edinburgh.
At twenty-six years old, New York comedian Brandon Barrera understands that the best way to ‘find the funny’ is by doing everything for the story.
If you’ve seen poker on Channel 4, that American accent you heard belonged to Joe Stapleton.
Scottish Comedy Festival’s official Pick of the Fringe showcase returns for a 10th hilarious year with another phenomenal hand-picked selection of our favourite acts from across …
An award-winning blend of coaching and comedy from Harriet Beveridge.
A stand-up show about life as a comedian by one of the UK’s most in-demand headline acts.
See the very best comedians selected from across the Fringe with a different top-notch comedy line-up at every show.
Brexico is an hour of stand-up comedy that is half Mexican, half British, full Madness.
Two American women each perform stand-up comedy about everything from sex and dating to pigeons and society’s relationship to their bodies.
The best comedians at the Fringe do the dirtiest jokes they have in hopes that they will get cancelled. Hosted by Chicago comedian Matt Castellvi.
A light-hearted stand-up comedian living in NYC looks back on his rambunctious 90s childhood in the Deep South.
High-energy stand-up from one warmest, wildest and nicest guys in comedy today, bringing his unique, funny, frantic and sometimes filthy comedy mind to the Fringe with off-the-wall…
Scottish Comedian of the Year finalist 2021.
Comedian Fab La Roche-Francoeur loves the feeling of being surrounded by an audience laughing at his jokes.
Carr Crash is an hour’s comedy by Leslie Carr (father and Professor of computer science) and Ruby Carr (daughter and stand-up comedian) exploring the human side of Artificial Intel…
Coming off a sell-out tour of Edinburgh in 2021, up-and-coming stars Luke Terry, Katie Kamola and Ed Thorne (with appearances from Jonnie Smith on select performances) return to th…
Odds are you’ve seen one of Kinne’s many viral videos from his sketch comedy TV show, Kinne Tonight.
Free shots on entry! The title says it all, three comics from Berlin and the UK come in to do an hour of crowd work where the audience is encouraged to heckle – the louder the be…
Allyson June Smith and Daisy Earl are two of the highest regarded female comedians in the industry.
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.
The Late Late Irish Show is a compilation show featuring Ireland’s best comedians.
Showcase of Scotland’s best comics.
Aidan Goatley is not jealous of Romesh Ranganathan.
Shep Famousman, the finest talent agent London’s ever seen, known for a time as The King; known once, for about three hours, due to a profound clerical error, as the mayor of Lon…
Let Philip Simon keep your little ones giggling more than that time they saw their teacher’s dirty washing on Google Classroom! Created during lockdown to entertain the children bo…
Fresh from doing tour support for John Bishop on his 2022 arena tour, multi-international award-winning stand-up comedian Ray Bradshaw is bringing a new show to the Edinburgh Fring…
The smash-hit show returns, with top TV comedians – aka the Gladi-Haters – improvising rants on topics suggested by the audience.
Join the award-winning star of Breaking The News, Heart FM and One Show for a joyful new comedy chat show.
New York comedians Wyatt Feegrado (Bettor Days on Hulu, Amazon Prime), Lukas Arnold (2 million+ followers on Tiktok) and Otter Lee (Fairview on Comedy Central) present an afternoon…
After a fully sold-out run at last year’s festival we’re back for the show’s 10th year at the Fringe! Recommended as the best late-night Irish show by the Edinburgh Evening News in…
Mick McNeill’s rapid climb up the Scottish comedy ladder has seen him become a weekend favourite at every weekend comedy club in the country.
Get a taste of some of the best new comedy talent on the Scottish circuit! Kathleen Hughes (So You Think You’re Funny? Finalist 2022) hosts three fantastic acts with new line-ups e…
The world’s changed, Michaels confused and snowflake is a cold dessert? Is it just me? Let’s find out together.
American comedian from Texas offers a rollercoaster of health and staying present pursuits from London to Tokyo to monasteries to tofu and brown rice.
Gillian Fischer wants to be Jewish.
Icebreaker presents Dundee’s finest comics (not including those actually from Dundee) featuring Luis Alcada, Andy Bullick and Scott Redmond.
Tamar’s getting married.
The Kids of Canada is a stand-up comedy show featuring three of Canada’s best young comedians! After two long years of pandemic restrictions, these three 20-somethings from the f…
Three comics well familiar with war, a German comic, an English comic and an Israeli one, are here to bring you the first line of comedy, rather than doing an hour each, these thre…
A revolving door of different African, Australian and British comedians every show! Come support your home country roots while learning about other people’s cultures in the funnies…
This popular show returns for its fifth run. Four circuit comedians from the UK and Berlin will make you laugh until you wet yourself, in this fast-paced club-style hour.
Father-son stand-up comics Paul and Paul wish life was more like television and they had the power to rewrite and recast the characters in their lives.
A Romantic (Stand-Up) Comedy (Show).
‘German, but funny’ (Der Spiegel).
Join us for a drink and another hour of non-stop inebriated laughter! Same spirited show but with all new faces performing stand-up and sharing their best drunken comedic tales! If…
That’s not an Australian comedy show, this is an Australian comedy show! Don’t miss this rotating line-up of the best Aussie and Kiwi comedians at the Fringe with host Daniel Muggl…
A Morning with Woody Allen (ish).
Highly rated newcomers, Runi (Hypothetical, HIGNFY) and Toussaint (Dave’s Outsiders, John Bishop tour support), have written for TV and supported some of the biggest names in comed…
Return of the craic! 4 Funny Feckers, a Fringe favourite, is hosted by cheeky Irish comic Wes Dalton, an Irish charmer who has cheekiness and likeability down to a tee.
First full-length solo show from 2021’s Scottish Comedian of the Year Award winner.
No Limits – an irreverent stand-up comedy show where comedians push boundaries, slice and dice edgy topics and are not afraid of taking the risk.
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,…
Award-winning stand-up Cassidy with the uplifting, multi-award nominated ‘extraordinary story richly accessorised with laughter’ (Scotsman).
Great value lunchtime comedy showcase featuring the best and brightest of this year’s Fringe comics.
‘Absolutely cracking… Great material with fantastic execution’ (The Stand).
From exes to golf coaches, Just a Normal Girl Who Enjoys Revenge is an eloquent, biting and well-structured analysis of situations when Hannah Fairweather was right and when she wa…
A hilarious new stand-up show from the star of Live at the Apollo, Russell Howard’s Good News, Impractical Jokers UK and Stand Up Central.
‘Laugh-out-loud performance from beginning to end!’ **** (List).
‘There’s real steel in his comedic bones’ **** (BroadwayBaby.
Reality is overrated.
A timely show about dogs, defeat and determination by award-winning comedian, best-selling author and underdog, Dave Chawner.
‘Classic nonsense… Stand-up comedy at its best’ (Scotsman).
A crowd-funded, profit-sharing show that champions working-class comedians.
A show about mental health, not just mental illness.
‘Downright hilarious!’ (Edinburgh Evening News).
Full of post-Covid fallout, antibodies and menopausal rage, Daphna Baram emerges out of her safe cave into her 50s, to find out what is left of our world as we knew it.
A tenth year at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe! An hour of sharp gags, quick wit and high energy hijinks from three of the comedy circuit’s funniest performers.
Join ‘the most renowned sketch troupe of them all’ (Independent) for an hour of stand-up, sketch, song and much more.
Total sell-out 2005-2019 returns with a brand-new line-up.
Despite what Catherine Bohart tells us in This Isn’t For You, she is more emotionally articulate than she gives herself credit for.
‘Oy Gay! is hilarious, clever and filthy! These talented comedians charm and entertain whilst exploring faith, community and life, with some classic material that still makes me la…
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…
The cult hit stand-up panel show where the audience can join the fun without being picked on! Enjoy three top stand-ups answering the daft questions that have been picked using our…
Two rising stars of the UK stand-up circuit banging out jokes and stories on topics as diverse as relationships, religion, politics, health and the human condition.
Love queer comedy? Bored of cis male comedians? Don’t worry, the queer women, trans and non-binary stand-up sensation is back with another epically gay show featuring incredible LG…
After experimental Zoom gigs where he got muted by 639 people and a drive-in gig where Omid witnessed an audience member get out his car, attach a hose pipe to his exhaust and feed…
A whirlwind show examining the multiple roles you play in your life and what happens when you break out of them.
Krystal’s sardonic, beige exterior is in direct contrast to her life which has been full of vivid colour.
Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2020, Eric Rushton brings his highly anticipated debut hour to the festival.
A prodigal story of true love and sacred transformation.
Molly and Carla are both high-energy and friendly gals.
Uxbridge’s third-hardest man shares his views on the modern world with a few tips and tricks thrown in.
As we enter the venue, Chelsea Birkby is waiting at the entrance with a tray of glasses of water for us because it can get pretty hot inside the room.
If it isn’t your old internet friend, Dr Giggles.
Most Outstanding Show nominee at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2022.
What if men could really understand what women want? Is it even possible? And if it was, would their heads implode? Join comics Kimberley Datnow and Peter Bazely this summer, as th…
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Shetland comedian Marjolein is back with her brand-new hour.
A lot has changed in Scott McPherson’s life in 2021 and Scott McPherson: Go Scotty will give the audience an intimate, comical window into these changes.
Tom’s been trying to remember what was important before responsibility and fear got in the way.
A new work in progress from the host of The Comedian’s Comedian podcast.
Volunteers needed for very important scientific research*.
Henry Ginsberg didn’t lose his virginity, or have any romantic experiences to speak of at all until his late 20s.
Fringe favourites – New York City comedian Katharyn Henson, ‘kicking some serious comedy ass’ (Scotsman), and internationally touring Ollie Horn, ‘a natural’ (BroadwayBaby.
Who can save us now? God/Nathan Cassidy might be our only hope.
In the mid-80s, at 6 months old, my grandparents become my legal guardians.
‘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…
Why aren’t you rich yet? How come there are people at the top nowhere near as smart, talented or good looking as you? Stanley Brooks is here to help you teach yourself the skills y…
Tired of the goose? Swan Power is here.
A Google search is possibly the most used thing out of all the things you use after toilet paper, but what’s it like to work there? And are the people all weirdo IT people? And are…
Paul Sinha is probably best known as one of Bradley Walsh’s TV team of ‘Chasers’: a characterful crew of six champion quizzers whose aim is to stop four plucky hopefuls getti…
Scotland’s international comedy star is doing a run of shows to work up some new material for his next tour.
Split-bill WIP from Elly Shaw and Elaine Fellows.
In its seventh year, the best comics of the Fringe are brought together for this premier comedy showcase.
A lens into the intriguing world of van life told by a guy who lives out of vehicles in North America, the United Kingdom and Australia.
From dealing with video testimonies of love from superfans to the vilest of far-right vitriol that can be spat in 280 characters and all whilst dealing with the life of a comedian,…
After selling out at the Adelaide Fringe, Liars and Clowns comes to Edinburgh to showcase the best alternative, underground and weird acts from around the festival.
Rachel Jackson is an award-winning, Scottish comedian with TV credits such as The Stand Up Sketch Show (ITV) and Edinburgh Unlocked (BBC).
What sort of a prick is living their best life? Richard Branson? Elon Musk? The Dalai Lama? Yes, the Dalai Lama is a prick – all will be explained in the show.
Teacher-by-trade Jack’s guide to everything the classroom may throw at you.
Award-winning comedian, NHS psychiatrist and author Benji Waterstones shares highlights from his forthcoming book.
Lee Kyle is an actual giant.
Dion Owen is a professional comedian and an avid cyclist originally from a small town in British Columbia, Canada.
Ireland’s comedy darlings Mark O’Keeffe (Winner Show Me the Funny 2019) & Richy Sheehy (viral sensation as seen on Sky, RTE, BBC) are back with their new best hour! ‘These guys are…
What does sex means to you? It’s the question that Mihai asked himself in his debut solo show, Dirty Anxious Vampire.
New York Comedian Gabe Mollica started comedy the day after he got broken up with.
Saucy stand-up comedian Diane’s ninth stand-up show exploring themes of deficiency, such as the inappropriate board game her mother made, having anaemia when you’re ginger and marr…
2019 Pick of the Fringe award sell-out sensation.
Fancy some razor sharp wit? If so, this is for you.
Game changer of an act Sam Serrano showcases their trademark self-deprecating and dark style in their debut show, Make Me Your Queen.
Ted Hill is incredibly brave for putting on his show, All The Presidents Man, which in itself is a very clever title.
A heady mixture of ropey material and competent crowd work from one of the greats. Extra show added: as part of Just the Tonic’s Hot Ticket Lucky Dip. Tuesday 23rd at 5.45pm.
WIP stand-up show from cheeky little monkey, Tom Lawrinson.
For the eighth year of this universally unique, neurodiversifying, audience-participatory solo show, Paul Wady has changed the name to Guerilla Autistics and wants to take you all …
Top Derry comic Peter E Davidson* is above average! (In that humans are only supposed to sleep an average of one third of their life… and he really has gone beyond the call of du…
After his highly acclaimed debut show in 2019, star of The Comedy Underground (BBC Scotland) Robin Grainger is back with more hilarious observations as he tries to put an end to pu…
Fred MacAulay, one of Scotland’s best-loved stand-ups, is back with his live chat show.
‘The best late-night show on the Fringe’ (Scotsman) returns in all its glory, featuring a stellar line-up of the very best acts from across the festival every night.
In her Fringe debut, one of the rising stars of the UK stand-up scene shares a raw, honest and hilarious hour of tales… with just the right amount of filth.
Top 10 Comedy Shows of Edinburgh Fringe 2019 (Telegraph).
Debut stand-up hour from your favourite, local American.
3’s Comedy brings together Adam Knox, Luka Muller and Peter Jones, three of the rising stars of Australian comedy, for a whole new hour of hilarious stand up.
I’ve been fired from 14 jobs in my life – I’m starting to think that I might be the problem? I’ll tell you some of the stories and you can tell me what you think.
Gary G Knightley (the “Twat out of Hell”) returns with a new passion: quizzing.
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…
A split bill stand-up hour with a cherry on top.
An hour of raucous queer comedy hosted by award-winning comedians Kate Martin and Daniel Foxx.
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…
In 1999, Vidura’s family left war-ridden Sri Lanka in search of a better life.
The popular show returns with comedians from around the Fringe of all styles, genders and varieties doing their best material based around the subject of sex and relationships.
Here comes the bride, forty-foot wide! It’s the wedding of the century and you’re invited as Lucy Frederick – ‘Eye wateringly honest’ (Scotsman) – walks down the aisle.
Northern Irish comic Caroline McEvoy and Arab comic Farah Sharp are used to conflict.
Philosophy Machines is the new stand-up comedy show in 2022 from Alex Farrow.
Knowledge is power, power corrupts, corruption is bad, Adele is good.
A brand-new show from the grand master of Dada nonsense that will endeavour to kick both the stigma of mental health and the patriarchy right in the non-binaries! Hold onto your re…
Fresh from BBC Radio 4 (Tom Mayhew is Benefit Scum), critically acclaimed comedian Tom was planning to write a show that’s less frustrated, less political… the cost of living cri…
Fringe veteran Simon Munnery once more brings his eclectic mix of props, jokes, sketches, songs, poetry, and storytelling to the stage of The Stand with Trials and Tribulations.
Sameer Katz bring his sixth show to the Fringe! Three-quarters of a PhD from Cambridge has taught Sameer that most things in life aren’t based on facts, but beliefs.
Tip your hat, grab your cowboy boots and bless your heart, because Broken Zoo has come all the way from Austin, Texas, USA to put on the wildest comedy show at the Fringe.
Are we nearing the end of the pandemic? Or are we on the brink of yet more global catastrophes? Are governments fiddling while the world burns? Following his total sell-out success…
At the start of 2020, Jazz lost her job and her mind.
Hi-de-hi darlings – welcome back.
The Alternative Book Club presents an unconventional comedy show about books where there is absolutely no required reading.
Alex Hylton is almost absolutely certain he’s in love.
Do you feel successful? Then this is your show.
The show that turns smack talk into an art form! Back again after sold-out runs in 2018 and 2019.
Live! Laugh! Liquidate! is the message 8-year-old Charmian got from Hammer film She.
One-time Riot grrrl, witch, illustrator Joanna and her volatile alter egos explore life and love.
Moni grew up in a sweatshop in Wuhan.
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…
Razor-sharp wit and near-the-knuckle material, join one of Europe’s fastest rising stars as he touches on his upbringing and the royal family, along with his army of trademark da…
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.
With Vladimir McTavish and friends.
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…
Alice-India, 2Northdown New Comedian of the Year Finalist 2021, wants to be your best ever friend forever.
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).
Four of the best newer acts.
Nominated – Best Newcomer, Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2019.
Two internationally touring Canadian comedians, Andrew Packer and Jacob Balshin, perform a blend of stand-up and musical comedy with an emphasis on improvised crowd interaction.
Finally, something Netflix can’t match! Darkest Thoughts offers you the audience a chance to get immediate comedy based on any topic you can think of.
Not ready for the night to end? Neither are we! So head on over to The All Irish After Party, where the craic is only just beginning!! A true late night show, this show is always b…
Solutions or snake oil? You decide.
After a sold-out run at London’s Vault Festival, Irish stand-up Comedian Mairead Doyle-Heffernan makes her Fringe debut with stories from her hilariously colourful journey to a w…
You can (and should) get a comedian out of Russia, but can you get Russia out of a comedian? Oleg Denisov, a critically acclaimed satirical stand-up and philosopher by training, go…
Gabe Mollica brings New York-style comedy line-ups every night to Bar 50.
Comedy Hour features Prue Blake, Peter Jones and Sonia Di Iorio, three of the freshest stand-ups coming out of Australia bringing a new hour of comedy to the Fringe.
Christmas Eve, Georgia, 1996.
A twisted stand-up comedy quest to understand fatherhood.
Susan Morrison is at an age and stage to get some funny stuff off her chest.
Swept up by the Lionesses’ historic win at the Euros, I booked to see Joseph Parsons: Equaliser.
A stand-up comedy compilation show hosted by Tom Mayhew, as heard on BBC Radio 4.
Hot flush banter? Dodgy knee chit-chat? Yes, the finest comics over 40 are here to entertain you – if we can get up the stairs! Remember telephone tables? Or looking up facts in…
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…
Following last year’s sell-out run, the return of the extraordinarily original and marvellously funny comedy about about Israel, Palestine and the Jews.
From Vogue magazine to putting Piers Morgan in his place and zombifying politicians on Question Time.
The sell-out, unique comedy experience returns.
As seen at festivals across the UK.
One of the (many) great things about Fringe is that new comics, who don’t yet have an hour’s worth of material, can buddy up to put on a show — Chris Hall and Mark Bittleston…
NHS junior doctor, comedian and now author (oooooh, check him) Ed Patrick returns to the Edinburgh Fringe with the makings of a new show.
Welsh stand-up and Fringe veteran Tudur Owen returns to Edinburgh with a true-ish tale of a man he once knew called Alive Huw.
You can spend too much time in the bath and end up media managing your own death, actually.
Comedy with an accent; comedy with a different point of view! The show is curated by your mischievous Taiwanese comic Kuan-wen and features comedians from all over the world who a…
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.
Mum’s the Word is a special story about a comedian from India growing up with her mum, who is a single parent, and how she’s never met her dad.
Dublin’s favourite comedy club is on tour.
Ya ya ding dong.
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…
Abigoliah never thought she could be deported.
You never know who Tehran Von Ghasri’s bringing to his stage.
Sid Singh: comedian, human rights lawyer and idiot.
All little boys want their dads to be superheroes.
She’s back, the 6’5” towering Scottish drag legend Nancy Clench, returns to the Edinburgh Fringe.
After the huge success of his last ever sell-out show, Edinburgh award-winning comedian Phil Ellis is back with his latest final stand-up show ever.
Raul Kohli talks about important events in his life and the world at large, such as why he felt sorry for the local paedophile during Covid-19, how Russian intelligence services us…
Raul Kohli does an hour of crowd interaction because after 24 months selling himself on webcam like a budget pornstar, he’s come to the realisation that comedy means nothing with…
Constantly rotating line-up of the best comedians at this year’s festival.
My nickname is Taco – the first girl I ever kissed thought I looked Mexican.
“Excuse me sir, would you mind if I gave this gentleman the free seat beside you?” says a keen and kind Aliya Kanani before the beginning of her sold-out show.
Canadians are easy to get a long with and most importantly, funny.
In its 6th year; We’re Sorry! A rotating showcase of Canadian comedians in town for the Fringe.
Established as one of the best shows of the Fringe.
The Leicester Mercury Champion and multi award-winner, Jack Gleadow returns to the Fringe with more old-school comedy for the modern age.
Jon Pearson – crowned Best MC in the Midlands, 2022 – presents his unscripted, unfiltered and unplanned award-winning Leicester Comedy Festival performance plus his brand-new S…
Jake Donaldson is a male comedian who just wants to be a good feminist, but he grew up in the 90s and has a “proper man” for a dad, so now he feels bad about not being able to …
Under Covid, every day is like Groundhog Day.
Do you ever lay down to sleep only to be visited by the dread of embarrassing memories and intrusive thoughts? This show is for you! Award-winning Irish comedian and star of mega-p…
A dazzling double-header show featuring Vlad and Kuan-wen (Macedonia and Taiwan), who cut their teeth on the London circuit.
It’s comedian, idiot, writer and voice actor Cerwonka’s Fringe debut.
Lanessa has been performing shows all her life.
Feast on five of the tastiest up-and-coming comedians on the circuit in this stand-up comedy showcase including your award-winning host, Kirsty Munro.
A small show about trials and tribulations.
Award-winning character comedian Anna Morris (Channel 4’s Lee and Dean, BBC’s Outnumbered, The First Team, Count Arthur Strong) brings her BBC Radio 4 special to life in this debut…
Abby has been chained to a radiator in the magistrates’ court for almost 30 years.
You think you’re fine all day, until 3am hits. And the brain has its revenge. ****½ (FourthWallMedia.wordpress.com). **** (Glamadelaide.com.au).
Musical comedian and viral internet songboy, Anesti Danelis, presents a comedy concert inspired by all of those stupid self-help books.
Unfiltered compilation show, where the hecklers are being heckled.
Ram Adithya Arangi – The Local Tourist is a solo comedy show that is best described as a hilarious and emotional tale of a local immigrant who gets labelled as a tourist across f…
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.
Stand-up philosophy is like stand-up comedy – except it’s philosophical.
The best Estonian comedians are at the Fringe for the second time and they have their own show! Come and listen to an hour of Estonian stand-up, performed in English, that is relat…
With Dalia Malek, enlightenment can be silly and the gallows can be fun.
Maureen Langan doesn’t want to hate people; they make her hate them.
Bullies don’t toughen you up or teach you life lessons.
Shared hour of comedy examining the people we pretend to be when we’re trying to convince the world we’re doing just fine, thank you very much! Luke Healy is an author and come…
Raucous, wild and a little bit different – this one-hour compilation show with a changing daily line-up, gives you a fabulous cross section of Fringe madness in one crazy bite-si…
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…
After moving to Switzerland, a wayward Aussie finds out he’ll be a father and so he does the obvious: Leaves everyone to embark on an acting career (AKA cocaine addiction) and accr…
Christof’s overly-supportive, Greek-Cypriot family has made him think anybody cares about his jokes and, even worse, this Edinburgh show.
Rachel and Colin muse over their different realities of parenthood: the highs, lows, irritations and chaos.
After two previous successful cohorts, SalFUNNI returns to the Fringe with nine new budding stand-ups from the University of Salford, home of the longest-running comedy degree.
Debut stand-up hour from sarky Londoner Lily Phillips.
Facing an existential crisis Anna powered off her phone and dived head first into an Ayahuasca retreat in the Irish wilderness.
In this work-in-progress show, Lee enters the post-pandemic era in streamlined stand-up mode.
Jason Byrne has not only had his heart unblocked and been given a new lease on life, but his whole career has been unblocked too! The constipation of Covid has been cleared, live e…
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…
Too young to be yelling at clouds, Ivo Graham decides to talk loudly at us over the course of an hour instead.
At long last, self-diagnosed important young mind Leo Reich is ready to share some of his notoriously perfect opinions with the community at large.
The fastest-selling act at Glasgow International Comedy Festival three years running is back with a brand-new show! In her 40th year, Susie has decided to leave cynicism behind to …
There is something comforting about Angela Barnes’ Hot Mess.
Fresh from supporting Michael McIntyre and Romesh Ranganathan, ‘Fringe favourite’ (BroadwayWorld.
Debut stand-up hour from Mancunian ray of sunshine, Josh Jones.
After complete sell-out runs in 2017 and 2018, Tom Lucy is back with a new hour of razor sharp comedy.
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.
Best Debut show Leicester Comedy Festival 2020 and Funny Women runner-up.
Aaron gained a nickname based solely on being in a wheelchair.
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…
32 athletes entered the 1904 Olympic marathon in St Louis, Missouri.
Here he comes, trotting back onstage with all of the misplaced confidence of a waiter with no pad.
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…
Double Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee.
Everything’s a matter of time, one way or another.
After 21 years and 224 days Hal’s back being single.
2019’s Best Newcomer nominee and your favourite self-aware stand-up returns with an hour about self-confidence, self-esteem and self-care.
Andy’s an ideas man and he’s got ideas, man.
How about a nice little hour where we pretend the last couple years haven’t happened, yeah? That sounds nice, doesn’t it? Yeah.
Stephen Mullan arrives at the Edinburgh Fringe bringing his special brand of goofy energetic comedy to the festival for the first time.
Maisie Adam is Buzzed about a lot of things, and it is a nice change of pace to hear how things are going well for a comedian.
Who says poetry is box office poison? Fresh from wowing crowds opening for The Libertines and John Cooper Clarke, Luke Wright serves up banger after banger at the hottest late nigh…
Sarah Keyworth’s Lost Boy is very difficult to fully describe.
Award-winning Irish comedian Aidan Greene has stammered since he was four years old.
My mother died in March 2019 and of course it was sad and grief can be tough sometimes, but I saw a lot of funny in that too.
Award-winning Eli Matthewson is taking you back through some huge life revelations that took place in some seriously shitty cars, from when he came out to his dad, to 10 years late…
Acclaimed stand-up Dan Cook returns with a brand-new show of high-energy, contemplative idiocy.
People keep telling James he’s “too gay”.
Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Show nominee Elf Lyons floats to the Fringe with her new horrifying comedy show inspired by Stephen King.
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.
50% Polish, 50% Italian, 100% legend.
Comedy’s miserable, cheeky scamp is returning with the weight of the world across his shoulders and some burning questions in his soul.
What do you do when the end of the world finally comes and you realise it’s going to happen slowly and boringly? No sudden meteor strike.
Over 10 million views on TikTok and Instagram! New show from the award-winning smash hit comic.
Award-winning comedian and actor Michelle Brasier (Netflix’s Aunty Donna, Double Denim) debuts her critically acclaimed show.
As the crescendo of complaints and controversy was rising over the comedy circuit I was persuaded to abandon the safe confines of the theatre category and go in at the deep end, so…
Why can’t we all be on the same team? Is it because of men with vans called Barry? Is it because of killer sex robots, or it is it because of sambuca? Or all of the above? Sasha E…
Rising star Rajiv Karia wants to be your friend.
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.
Looking like an ethereally pale, and bearded, pre-Raphaelite muse, Alasdair Beckett-King cuts a striking onstage figure.
How far would you go for the people you love? Join Soho Theatre’s Young Company alumni, rising comedy talent and naïve suburbanite Jake Farrell as he answers that question in his …
It has been an interesting couple of years, with a global pandemic showing us a different perspective on life and its meaning.
As part of a continuing physical and mental tailspin, Frankie Boyle suppresses his overarching sense of futility and horror to tell jokes for an hour in the final days of organised…
One of Australia’s best stand-up comedians returns with his new show Yoho Diabolo.
Highly anticipated debut hour from comedian and junior doctor.
Hot piece of ass Barry rises from the ashes of the pandemic to heal your soul like a hearty dose of medicinal magic mushrooms.
Host of Radio 4 Extra’s Comedy Club and critically acclaimed podcast Spit or Swallow.
In this UK premiere, South Africa’s top ventriloquist, Conrad Koch, chats racism, apartheid and colonialism, with his double International EMMY award nominated puppet friend and …
Kiri Pritchard-McLean is back and a lot has happened over the last few years.
As we all know, COVID was invented to stop people from enjoying live music, but now Two Hearts are here to help us recover from two years of silence.
Sikisa is the life and soul, the hostess-with-the-mostess and the party don’t start ‘til she walks in.
The ‘New York comedy institution’ (New York Times) and host of the Beautiful/Anonymous podcast makes a much-anticipated return to Edinburgh following a six-year absence.
The ‘amazingly funny’ (Forbes) Christopher Titus, one of the States’ most prolific and respected comedians, is finally making his Edinburgh debut.
A new show about private things, public things and trying to wrap your big sexy arms around time to keep it still.
Total sell-out 2005 - 2019 returns with a brand-new line-up.
Thanyia Moore was going to make her Edinburgh Fringe debut in 2020 with a heartfelt, emotional show, that was about to rock your socks off… but then 2020 happened.
It’s a loud and rowdy Saturday night at Monkey Barrel.
As the discourse on trans people becomes more toxic in the UK – comedian, trans woman and nuisance Jen Ives is here to sort it all out, hun.
Join New Zealand’s fastest comedian (5km and 10km) for an enchanting afternoon In the Moonlight.
I reviewed Forde’s 2019 show Brexit, Pursued by a Bear and wrote of how his political comedy was as therapeutically valuable as it was satirically satisfying.
World-famous prankster and Lee Nelson creator Simon Brodkin returns with a blistering new stand-up show ripping into his ADHD diagnosis, I’m A Celebrity rejection, barmitzvah humil…
Star of Live at the Apollo, Would I Lie to You and Frankie Boyle’s New World Order, Edinburgh Best Newcomer nominee Sara Barron returns with a blistering new hour of stand-up on sm…
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…
Tim Vine returns with his new stand-up show.
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 …
Before launching his huge national tour, multi award-winning comedian Marcus brings this blisteringly funny hour of stand-up to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
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…
Following his critically acclaimed debut and Soho Theatre Live Amazon comedy special, award-winning comedian Kai Samra is back with a brand-new hour about race, class, immigration,…
Sexy Brain is Tiff Stevenson’s tenth Edinburgh show – a mighty feat for any comedian.
So many comedians, so little time! In this unmissable Edinburgh Fringe institution, 12 top comedy and variety acts perform ridiculously short sets in one furiously fast-paced showc…
Star of Spitting Image (Britbox), Steph’s Packed Lunch (Channel 4) and with over 10 million views online, comedian Luke Kempner has found out he is to become a father, but can he b…
Grace, ‘one of the funniest women in Britain’ (Times), makes her eagerly awaited Fringe return following 2019’s sell-out run, with a new show about her two lifelong passions; men a…
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.
Think you’re tough? Funny? Bisexual? Prove it.
You won’t have had children yet, as Jenny is the first person to ever go through this particular ordeal, but you might be keen to learn a little something about this incredible new…
Highly anticipated debut stand-up hour from the Hackney Empire New Comedian of the Year Winner, tackling all the big topics; Scottish mothers, sex parties, karate teachers, and men…
Dr Silcox returns with his perfect show for the fourth time for his hardcore fans; a unique and no-nonsense approach to exposing big pharmaceutical companies who rip off their cust…
Multi award-winning podcast returns.
Everyone ok? Everyone happy with their life choices? Everyone got high self-esteem and zero regrets? No? Great! People Person is for anyone who thinks they’re failing at life and t…
Multi award-winning musical comedy duo Flo & Joan are climbing out of their pits, armed with a piano and percussion section to bring you a brand new show of their critically acclai…
The American stand-up, TV writer and “neurotic Jewish millennial” returns following her acclaimed 2019 debut.
The Crowd Show is a comedy/theatre/spoken word show about crowds by award-winning writer, actor and podcaster Rob Auton.
After two sell-out Fringes, Tessa Coates is beside herself with excitement to be back with a brand-new show.
Like Edinburgh, London is not an easy city to live in.
Total sell-out 2005-2019 returns with a brand new line-up.
In his intimate and highly anticipated debut hour, Rich Hardisty (Channel 4, Netflix, BBC) takes us on a journey through the highs and lows of his unusual life.
Debut hour from nice young man, Sam Lake.
Introducing Canadian comedian Michelle Shaughnessy who debuts at the Fringe this year.
The iconic American comedian and actress returns with her acerbic wit, following multiple sell-out runs.
Neanderthal Canadian Trinidadian Norn Iron loon Law brings his half-baked thoughts on the last couple of years and a little time travel to boot.
One time, Alice got kicked out of an airport because her passport was covered in glow stick – and that’s just the start.
When the pandemic hit, comedian Pernille Haaland found herself moving back home to her parents in rural Norway.
Of the 39 shows I saw in three and a half days this Fringe, the biggest gamble and least familiarity was Randy Feltface.
‘Few comics reduce their audience to the constant waves of laughter for the full hour like Britton does’ (Chortle.
Award-winning physical comedian Tom Walker has written a love letter to the sport and spear that share a name: the humble javelin.
Richard Brown returns to the Fringe with a new show that promises to be as bleakly brilliant as his previous endeavours.
Oh wow, the last two years have been awful haven’t they? So what do we do now? Laugh and pretend it’s definitely fine? Or deal with the trauma of multiple lockdowns, emotional shut…
British-Lebanese comedian Isabelle Farah’s sell-out Edinburgh Fringe 2021 show Ellipsis later transferred to the Soho Theatre and was listed by Chortle in the Top Ten shows of 2021…
Forget everything you may know about Bloody Mary; the cocktail, the game, the queen who burned Protestants at the stake.
Selected as one of the best shows to see by Time Out and The Times.
Finally allowed to reconnect with human people again, Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee Brennan has forgotten how to do it and needs your help.
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…
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.
Alex MacKeith (2020 Musical Comedy Awards winner) delivers his debut show.
Live show based on the book Hot Mess: What On Earth Can We Do About Climate Change.
Life begins at 56 and 3/4s – having raised four kids and divorced twice, Jojo is starting life all over again with the emphasis on living and Don’t Stop Me Now as her funeral mus…
A new show for 2022 bringing you the best of the winners and finalists from 2021’s So You Think You’re Funny? comedy newcomer competition.
Amused Moose New Comic winner and BBC New Comedy Award-nominated northerner Lew had a breakdown and ran away from home, forever.
What happens when you give a bearded, northern lad with a voice of silk and an ass that won’t quit a loop station and a room at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe? You get an hour of R’…
Join rising star and ‘very funny’ (Guardian) Chloe Petts, as she presents her debut show at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Men will literally do a 55-minute show about identity, social class and drinking olive oil, instead of going to therapy :/ Award-winning wide boy Jacob Hawley considers whether amp…
How a scrappy kid from the wrong side of the New Jersey tracks came to Los Angeles with nothing but $100 and a dream and wound up working with some of the biggest names in Hollywoo…
Sonubi has only been on the comedy circuit for what feels like five minutes and he’s already garnering himself a reputation as the one to watch out for, having gone from open spot …
‘If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses’ (Henry Ford).
A favourite on the New Zealand comedy scene for the last 10 years, Kiwi-Filipino James Roque makes his debut at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Named to honour the city of his birth, Tehran Von Ghasri is a true comedian of the world.
Sold-out run: Off-Broadway, Asylum NYC (2022).
The award-winning stand-up returns with his new show.
Dealing with grief is something that is very difficult because it’s so personal and particular to the individual.
Change is always hard and what better person to lead the men selflessly by the hand into the new world than TV’s Jayde Adams in her brand-new show.
Comedian grannies, mud-floor comedy clubs, white-face audiences, broke aristocrat orgies with angry Afrikaans, soldiers in search of stiffies, African matriarchs objectifying thems…
The stunning debut hour full of ‘sharp and observant gags’ (Joe Lycett) from one of comedy’s most exciting breakthrough voices.
Have you ever wanted to hear a harrowing true story that really makes you think? Well neither has Bella Hull and that’s why her debut show is full of stupid, stupid jokes.
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.
Brassy, abrasive, rude, belligerent.
Party with carnage-wielding, mayhem-manifesting, award-winning, human disco ball Katie Pritchard, in her debut musical-comedy hour, as she tries to figure out ‘who she is’ while po…
Award-winning Sudanese-Aussie comedian Emo Majok, on his Edinburgh debut, will be digging into his experiences of culture clashes, with side-splitting stories of adjusting from a r…
This show is a scrapbook of memories about my family.
With sell-out seasons and five-star reviews in the UK and throughout Australia, the Allstars bring huge belly laughs from the heart of the wide brown land.
From the girl who brought you The Girl Who Thought She Was Irish (Edinburgh, 2011), comes Funny Girl, Sad Songs.
Hi, my name is Ray and I’m an Australian stand-up comedian who lives in London.
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.
The Yorkshire scamp has had enough! Time to take a stand against housemates, homeowners and the North/South divide.
Veteran stand-up comic Ben Clover returns with his seventh show: Best Newcomer.
The host of Netflix 100 Humans hits the Edinburgh stage with a ‘funny and clever’ (New York Times) hour of stand-up, direct from appearances on Conan and wowing the judges on Ameri…
Come and celebrate the start of this year’s Free Festival! See samples of all the top shows from this years Free Fest, the night before it begins – and party with the performers,…
Olga Koch is winning at life and she wants us to know it.
Chris Cantrill (half of 2019 Dave’s Edinburgh Comedy Awards Best Show nominees, The Delightful Sausage) is The Defendant.
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.
Braving the smells and humidity of the Niddry Street Hive, Alex Kealy’s The Winner Takes All explains the inner workings and purpose of Silicon Valley and tech monopolies better …
Cockroach is an hour of dark, gut-wrenching stand-up from one of the best comedians in the country.
John Hastings has had to deal with the shit life has thrown at him since 2019… He got a divorce during Covid, his best friend got a terminal diagnosis, he got bed bugs, he nearly…
Noun: A female incel.
One of Britain’s most exciting female voices brings you a blisteringly funny new show that’s got it all: Patrick Swayze! Other stuff… It answers burning questions like, how d…
Early on in Oh No! Christopher Macarthur-Boyd suggests lockdown came at a good time for him, putting the brakes on life when he was in his late twenties as opposed to an earlier, p…
Multi award-winning Scottish comedian and top 1% global Twitch streamer Rosco McClelland presents his latest collection of works.
Comedian and reluctant online hit, Eleanor Morton presents a brand-new surreal and offbeat stand-up show about goals, trying and failing.
A rapid-fire musical comedy trip through the insanities of the everyday with hooks you’ll be singing in the shower.
This year Stuart got alopecia.
There’s a world just like our own, but there isn’t a word for sand.
Comedian Vittorio Angelone is half Italian, grew up in Belfast, moved to London at 18, and seven years later, still can’t figure out the English.
Just the best bits from over a decade in comedy.
A comedy review of the year that was cancelled from ‘one of the finest acts on the Scottish comedy circuit’ (Guardian).
Known for his brilliant riffing and playful crowd interaction, American comedian Ray Harrington makes his Fringe debut with an unpredictable mix of material, riffing and crowd work…
Shaggers returns for a one-off special bringing more hilarity with a line-up of comedians from around the Fringe performing their best material based around sex and relationships.
After a critically acclaimed debut hour, Ollie Horn returns with a new hour of stand-up about what happens when you let yourself try new things.
Join Joanne as she revisits her irreverent and critically acclaimed show The Prosecco Express.
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.
People of Edinburgh, I have dearly missed you.
I renamed the tour.
The Scottish Comedy Festival’s official Pick of the Fringe showcase returns for a ninth hilarious year with another phenomenal handpicked selection of our favourite acts from acr…
Maxwell’s back in Edinburgh for the last weekend of August.
Join Jack Dee as he takes to the road to warm up ahead of continuing his UK tour.
‘Rising star of the British stand-up scene’ (List).
A stolen backpack, a break-up and a global pandemic – Austria’s most famous (and only) lesbian is ready to become British.
The world’s angriest optimist returns for another bash at sorting out life’s inexplicable complications.
Multi-award-winning Fringe veteran Ben Clover brings his latest stand-up show to The Hanover Tap.
Take a gonzo dive into a world of sex dungeons, meth and so much more with New York City comedian, Katharyn Henson.
Part game show and part chat show.
Britain’s favourite deadpan Frenchman presents poetry, songs and wry musings from fans’ suggestions during lockdown.
Join Tom Lucy as he tests brand-new material for an upcoming show.
Come to hear hilarious stories from a Russian girl living abroad and be sure they will make you laugh! This witty show about love struggles and immigrant life by Olga Pavlova, a Ru…
Hot girl summer is finally here and Eleanor Conway is ready for some post lockdown dating – she’s Vaxxed and Waxxed (and ready to climax!) Join her for a TMI post-pandemic catch-…
Four stand-ups, fresh from their successful run at this year’s Brighton Fringe, make their Edinburgh Festival Fringe debut.
The ‘absurd and excellent’ (RifeMagazine.
Alex Bertulis-Fernandes (So You Think You’re Funny? and 2Northdown New Act semi-finalist) and Sharlin Jahan (Bath New Act runner-up and Rising Star finalist) present White Chicks 2…
It is absolutely not Fraser Brown who needs to be afraid.
Rich Wilson is fast becoming one of the most in-demand comedians in the land with his award-winning shows, podcasts and radio shows.
Mark Simmons (Mock The Week, Dave’s Top Jokes of the Fringe 2017, 2019) has been busy with his podcast Jokes With Mark over the last 18 months, interviewing the likes of Milton Jon…
Stuart is an observational comedian who doesn’t fully understand what he’s observed.
Hannah and Erika are two of the most exciting rising stars on the comedy scene.
A series of quick-fire sketches riffing on ten years’ worth of observations on the bizarre quirks that make the Edinburgh Festival Fringe the collection of misfits and mishaps that…
Tom Little won the Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year, was a BBC Radio New Comedy Award finalist and his 2018 Edinburgh show was nominated for the Amused Moose Comedy Award.
Martin Mor is doing a stand-up comedy show. It is called At The Edge. ‘Deadly eejitness’ (Herald). ‘An adorable master of feel good comedy’ (Clothesline Magazine).
Two 30-minute sets of stand-up from up-and-coming comedians from the north of England, Paddy Young (as seen on ITV2, Sky, Channel 4) and Adam Flood (BBC New Comedian 2019 nominee, …
The risqué sensation is back! After sold-out runs at both the 2019 Edinburgh Festival Fringe and the 2020 Perth Fringe World festival, the interactive and ever-evolving circus of …
An hour of stand-up from two rising-stars in the world of comedy.
A brand-new hour of stand-up comedy from the hilariously funny, aggressively nerdy and downright adorable Sasha Ellen.
A preview show of the fourth national tour for Geoff Norcott, following on the back of Conswervative, Traditionalism and Taking Liberties.
Daniel’s 11th new show became the world’s first big post-pandemic live tour, selling over 40,000 tickets in Australia in April alone.
The Fringe is back and so is four-star reviewed, four-time competition semi-finalist Richard Wright.
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…
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…
Barry Ferns has been performing life-affirming comedy shows on Arthur’s Seat since 2007.
An interactive comedic look at why comedian Scott Adams is still as penniless as the day he was born.
I’m still writing this show as you read this because I thought there was more chance of me having a fringe this year than Edinburgh.
Stephen Buchanan (BBC New Comedy Award, Scottish Comedian of the Year) and Liam Withnail (Amused Moose Winner for Outstanding Show, Scottish Compere of the Year) are back and rarin…
For one week only, George Fox and Chris Thorburn are bringing their award-winning comedy off the internet and back to the Monkey Barrel stage for their work-in-progress stand-up sh…
Jake Lambert (tour support for Romesh Ranganathan and Michael McIntyre) returns with another ‘highly entertaining hour’ (One4Review.
A year indoors left Daphna Baram, a sociable animal even at the worst of times, compelled to spend the first year of her 50s chatting with her unforgiving self.
Aurie Styla is probably the best British comedian that’s never been to Edinburgh.
Pick of the Fringe award winner Ivor Dembina, presents a revised and updated version of his solo Jewish comedy show – a story with jokes about Israel, Palestine and the Jews.
Pick of the Fringe award winner (2019).
As seen and heard on Netflix, Union Jack Radio and the Max Turner final.
Veteran comedian Jack Dennis brings his unique brand of comedy.
Four nights only! Chaos guaranteed! Jason’s lockdown lesson is that we all need to play a bit more in our lives and not be afraid to make a holy show of ourselves! This will be a l…
So far, Paul has lived his life content in the understanding that stability and emotional happiness were lovely ideas but not really for him.
There was a comment made in an article in the Edinburgh Evening News just before the Fringe began about how, after the amount of time comedians have had to prepare for the 2021 Fri…
An insect joke? Tick.
A work-in-progress stand-up comedy show from South East New Comedian 2019 and Max Turner Prize 2021 finalist Phil Green.
Award-winning stand-up and nice young man Sam Lake presents an hour of stand-up talking about his #GOALS, and how he copes with succeeding and (more often) failing at them.
Thought your 2020 was bad? You get home, the door is smashed and a burglar flees.
SKANK is about a woman in crisis.
At 41, skinny national treasure Mark Watson is halfway through his days on earth according to his £1.
See the very best comedians selected from across the Fringe, with a different top-notch comedy line-up every night – as this show returns to Edinburgh for its 18th year.
It’s been a long time since we could go see live comedy, but it’s back! Award-winning comic Ben Clover presents a different bill of top stand-ups each evening.