It’s in the Bag! are an award-winning storytelling company who delight in taking children’s imaginations on a magical journey, using rhymes, songs, creative games, drama and pu…
Sam and Rosie are off on their holidays.
We all make mistakes, but rarely do they change the course of history.
Perthshire farmer and comedian Jim Smith dons the checked shirt again as he returns with his 2022 smash-hit stand-up show telling tales of Scottish rural life.
Welcome to the Last Thursday Club! An evening of theatre, comedy and storytelling hosted by acclaimed writer-performers and poolitzer prize winners Roann Hassani-McCloskey and Jame…
It’s 20 years since the Iraq War and Jenan wants to talk about it.
Have you heard that the three most stressful life events are bereavement, moving house and divorce? Well, funny story.
Keeping stand-up weird since 2013, Harriet Dyer is everything I love about the Fringe.
Work in Progress from Isabelle Farah.
The true story of a Queer, British, South Asian sex worker under pressure to marry his cousin.
‘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…
Lured into metaphorical deep water by a mixture of intrigue and desire, a bewildered Emory Holdridge grapples with life on the remote but stunningly beautiful West Coast of Scotlan…
Once upon a time, she walked the length of Aotearoa New Zealand.
After delivering three captivating performances on BGT, a golden buzzer and winning the show, Axel took the title in style and has since gone on to perform at the Royal Variety Per…
Acclaimed Canadian comedian J Murphy has been on some very strange dates.
After performing The Story of Captain James Cook in 2022, Tim Hunter returns to the Fringe to narrate and perform songs taken from his latest concept album, The Progressive Campaig…
If you ever wondered where mysticism and rock and blues meet, look no further.
Broken Instruments was inspired by the book Violins of Hope by James A Grymes.
The Ageing Folks are back! After a sell-out run in 2022, your favourite comedians over 40 return, older but triumphant.
Old movies saved Mel Byron’s life a few Fringes ago and they can save yours too.
Suzie Depreli – not a typically Jewish name, is it? – brings you one woman’s passive aggressive mission to educate the world about what it means to have an orthodox family that…
Following sold-out shows at the Adelaide Fringe, Comedy of Terrors is coming to Edinburgh.
This beautiful folktale transports the listener back to life in Shetland in the 1800s, exploring crofting, fishing and other traditions.
In this hilarious and heartfelt one-woman show, comedian Kassie Thornton goes on a rollercoaster of self-discovery, as she navigates coming out and coming into herself.
Arriving in Australia in 1989, Bob planned a six month stay.
Nikki Lowe is a stand-up comedian who spent the last year touring as the Female Emcee for the Magic Mike Live North American Tour.
Existing Kirsty fans know she could take her audience on an emotional rollercoaster from happy to sad, betrayed to raunchy.
Jamie Keddie: Twenty Hamsters.
A collaboratively devised storytelling performance deeply rooted in the North Sea and North Welsh landscapes of the performers’ homes.
Freak folk comedy to fulfil your heroic destiny.
This play depicts the trials and tribulations of accessing justice from the perspective of an idealist.
Ivo Graham dips a greedy toe into the theatre/therapy section, poring over the usuals (relationships, responsibilities, regrets) without any promise of logic or laughter.
This acclaimed one-woman show is a rollicking extravaganza, told by a gal who has seen a few things.
‘Who do you think is a better drinker, the Chinese god or the foreign god?’ ‘Do gods talk about fatalism even when they drink too much?’ Combining installation art, theatre, photog…
Join us for a groundbreaking play that gives voice to the unheard experiences of gay men’s experiences of intimate partner violence (IPV).
Scotsman Michael Herd, one of the rising stars of the English comedy scene in China, spent 14 years in the People’s Republic and has returned to live in Scotland after doing most o…
Last year’s critically acclaimed show is back for a limited run.
All the way from Canada, Tim Kraft joins Hootenannies (Hoot 4) at The Apex for an hour of stand-up comedy live at the Edinburgh Fringe, from 17th to 20th August at 18:20.
A fun, interactive and educational show for babies and toddlers.
Adventurers! All aboard for this award-winning narrative odyssey navigating ancient myth, family history, and writer-performer Rajan Sharma’s own unique experience crewing on a D…
Astonished when my cheerful and dynamic mother committed suicide in 2018, I felt a numbed anguish.
Olivia aka Big O is delighted to present her second hour of comedy.
The Princesse de Polignac, patron of the arts.
Dad, Playboy and Me.
It’s Duff’s first show post-baby and.
Through stand-up, stories, bits, jokes, japes and gags (with a minimum of three goofs), Kate will talk about being a weird lady with the heart of a lad and the wide-set V of a maje…
Chris Cantrill (half of twice Edinburgh Comedy Award nominated double act, The Delightful Sausage) returns with a work-in-progress show about his rude son, upsetting pensioners on …
What do we keep? What do we let go? Join Eileen as she rummages through a hundred years’ worth of possessions that have accumulated in her loft.
The 1990s, when house music exploded! This is a gripping and immersive stage adaptation of excerpts from the cult book Cola Boy.
United in their determination to support their country during World War Two, four young women join the Land Army.
Two of Charles Dickens’ creepy tales – with a comic twist.
Zany, fast-paced and poignant, Furious is a wildly honest and hilarious roller-coaster ride of a solo show.
Mark Twain was a comic genius, the greatest American humorist of the 19th century, and (in literary terms) of all time.
Emma and Lucy are lost in Tulgey Wood, a mysterious forest full of weird and wonderful creatures.
Stand-up Eleanor Morton presents new ideas as she works towards her next show.
‘When my grandmother’s sister Agnes was nine years old, she disappeared.
Award-winning writer, performer, Moth host, show-off and Mac in Chicken Run 1 and 2, Lynn takes us through the dangers of too many cats, the mystery of Nana Mouskouri, and how it c…
Join us for a free, fun, family-friendly guided walk filled with fascinating and moving historical and contemporary stories through Edinburgh’s Old Town.
Bruce Fummey has spent fifteen years creating comedy and Scottish history-themed comedy shows for festivals around the world.
Two clowns, Anna and Felix, set out on a quest for home.
Oscar shortlisted and Emmy nominated stand-up comedian Kiran Deol is hospitalized after a stranger smashes a bottle on her face.
A performance from acclaimed composer/songwriter Gareth Williams, lyrically transforming iconic final pages from Scottish fiction into brand-new ‘literary chamber pop’ songs.
The critically acclaimed Fringe 2022 smash hit returns to Edinburgh for two final shows.
Sit down, I’ll tell you a story.
Kicked out of opera school for being too much of a prima donna, Tony Pasquier took to earning his living as a singer-cum-comedian.
Journey along ancient song lines with The Bardesse, everywoman time-travelling troubadour, as your guide.
How would it feel to watch a conjuror perform in the Middle Ages, when suspected witches and sorcerers were cruelly tortured or burnt alive at the stake? What if you then travelled…
Nestled in a dim-lit basement within a stone archway, Paradise in The Vault feels like the perfect venue to indulge in some late evening fairytales, and from the moment the cast co…
Stand-up, writer, actor and Edinburgh native Eleanor Morton presents a brand-new one-off character show, displaying a full range of accents and coats for one night only.
This one-act educational outreach play for 5-10 year olds and their families follows Bumble, a honeybee, on an adventure to find a bee balm flower.
Are things feeling hectic? In need of some sacred space? Lost in wonder is an immersive storytelling experience, offering you a micro-sabbath experience while you’re in Edinburgh.
Ed Gaughan has written, directed and performed work for and with the UK’s most-loved acts – including Milton Jones, Josie Long, Barry Cryer and Pappy’s.
Born in Yugoslavia, raised in Croatia, and having lived in Ukraine and Russia, Igor is now back home in Croatia, which has, in his absence (and without his immediate approval), joi…
After years of torment from an evil spirit, the goodly Reverend Mister Jennings can take it no longer and takes the decision to confide in philosophic physician, Dr Martin Hesseliu…
A thought-provoking exploration into the nature of communication and consent.
It’s 1723 and writing while Black could get a girl hanged in Virginia.
Ready for an hour of enchanted storytelling with the fairies and jinns? Join us for some magical adventures with heroes and royalty of myth and legend.
Kevin Daniel is a simple Glasgow boy who moved to England in 2000 to make his fortune.
Amy Murray wants to break down all the taboos about womanhood, so she has now created a piece called Red Aphrodite that she will share through Edinburgh Deaf Festival.
Fàilte Gu BSL (Welcome to BSL) is an immersive showcase of Gaelic and Scots signed-songs celebrating different aspects of traditional culture.
A new hour of stand-up by the wee guy with the glasses from Glasgow.
The Hearth is the stone beneath which a fire burns.
Join Rosie as she ponders whether she is a national treasure, a little prick, or somewhere in between! This show is guaranteed to be full of unapologetic cheekiness, nonsensical fu…
An ‘imaginative and emotional’ storytelling and poetry show with ‘several laugh-out-loud routines’ by ‘fabulous performer of spoken word’ **** (NorthWestEnd.
Eight years ago, Dylan Dodds asked himself a question.
Two Scottish comedy legends, who’ve chalked up over 40 years of live gig experience between them, are back for two performances only at the Fringe, delivering a guaranteed, great h…
Ed Patrick starts his show Catch Your Breath with a simple, “I’m a doctor, so I’m running late,” a rather light-hearted, if telling, joke that puts us at ease with its self…
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…
Join us for an evening of wonder, told through taste, as we bring the shoreline of our beautiful namesake city to you and showcase our award-winning Seaside Gin.
John Cambo Cambridge lived with David Bowie at Haddon Hall when he had his first hit-record Space Oddity and toured Scotland with him in Junior’s Eyes.
Dusty epitomised the sound of the 60s whether singing swing, soul or ballads but life behind the scenes was not always as polished as the stage persona.
Arty is a day-dreaming, inquisitive young polar bear who was born in Scotland but longs to see the world.
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…
Living Proof is a recoveree-led non-profit working to promote a neuroplastic approach for full recovery from chronic pain and many other chronic symptoms.
Max Campbell (The Crown, The Chelsea Cowboy, Blurred) stars in this award-winning, one-man play by John O’Keefe, wherein the actor tells the story by becoming each of the story’s c…
Bob Marley – How Reggae Changed the World is a show that is not only thought-provoking but stirs emotion too.
Bloody Elle returns to the Traverse for a strictly limited run after award-winning, sell-out TravFest22 performances.
Inspired by a traditional folk play from Lancaster, Betty Brown Bags and her musical sidekick Billy celebrate the strength and resilience of Northern working-class culture.
‘The real deal.
This is a heartfelt piece, in which a group of intrepid teens set out to discover monsters… and discover them in the last place they thought to look.
Three shows only! You remember Teletubbies, don’t you? Maybe you grew up with the programme… Did you ever wonder why it was so successful and who was bringing those well-loved …
A new take on old words, Auld Lang Sing is a new show written by Siobhan Argyle and performed by students of Glasgow Acting Academy.
The candid and comical tale of a mad tranny from Burnley in the north of England; how a little boy who secretly wore their sister’s dresses, moved to Berlin, became a Drag King, gr…
Above the ground, she waits.
I Am Mark: A Daring New Staging of Mark’s Gospel.
Story of two friends who find themselves facing extreme climate events.
Manikin is Saltire Sky’s latest production, following on from their acclaimed show – 1902.
Greco-American pop artist and songwriter, Angelica, makes her Fringe debut with Myth – a nine-song concert which tells the story of a “situationship” from start to finish.
Immerse yourself in the enchanting wonder of Edinburgh at our exclusive tasting experience.
Organised fun is one of those phrases that can evoke different emotional responses from people.
The finest Geordie, Scottish and Australian comedians come together for a fantastic hour of stand-up comedy.
Falkirk’s hardest woman faces her greatest challenge yet: surviving a pandemic with only vodka, fags and her BFF Babs on Zoom.
When the flints of the old strike with the new, what story can be lit from the sparks? The ancient ballad of Tam Lin is reimagined in a near-future dystopian Scotland, exploring th…
The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras is famous for glitz, glitter and glamour, but it started with megaphones and violence.
If someone tells you they love you, it’s rude to ask why.
“Be bold, be bold / But not too bold / Lest that your heart’s blood should run cold.
How do you choose between two things you love? Particularly if one of those things is literally (fictionally) magical.
Accidental enemy of Mother Teresa.
Fringe version of the five-star hit comedy show by Leslie Gold (American) and Nick Kirk (not), with a different guest comedian each show.
A guided walking tour visiting the sites and haunts of Edinburgh’s literary legends; Robert Burns, Sir Walter Scott, Robert Louis Stevenson, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, JK Rowling and …
Join Alex, the astounding magician on his quest for magic and the existential meaning, again.
Moira’s back in this Fringe First-winning sequel.
I’m more of a casual Eva fan.
A comedy show celebrating the highs and lows of marriage, in all its forms.
The funny side of Australia.
Thinky Winky explores the comedy and psychology of how we make up, and then change our minds.
Marlon’s a Jew.
Storytellers from a range of backgrounds, ages and cultures share stories of LGBTQ+ lives past, present and future.
A journey through the storied soul of Scotland.
June 2021, I had a stroke.
Sex shops, Robodebt, and roller coasters! ‘Unfailingly funny’ **** (Artshub.
She’s had it all her life and finally comedian Pauline Eyre is ready to celebrate her body.
Fresh off his TV debut, Padraig brings his hilarious show Bi-Sexual Healing to the Fringe.
Leicester Comedy Festival Award nominee Jon Hipkiss returns to the Edinburgh Fringe for the first time in four years with a brand-new show.
A memoir in song by the Earl of Caladan, trusted adviser to the Padisha Emperor and beloved troubadour-warrior, the bard Gurney Halleck.
One hour of stand-up comedy from three comedians.
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…
Our unique tour sets out to inform and entertain as we take you into both Old and New Town, giving you a real sense of the two sides of Edinburgh and revealing some of the secrets …
Your guide will take you to Greyfriars Graveyard, home of the famous Greyfriars Bobby and the final resting place for many of Edinburgh’s most notorious characters.
Top Scottish comedian Raymond Mearns is back at The Beehive, doing what he does best! A totally unique mix of improvisational comedy, audience interaction, sharp observations and b…
Comedian, author, and journalist (New Statesman, Big Issue, Independent) Marc Burrows returns from the culture wars to ask ‘who am I?’ and ‘why is everything like this?’ An hour of…
Award-winning author Oliver Mol’s debut is a true, funny and heartbreaking tale about his 10-month migraine, recovery in Australia and job on the railway when there were no other o…
Getting out of a toxic relationship is hard, especially when you happen to be dating Jesus Christ.
Join master storyteller, Rob Redenbach, as he recounts his journey from outback Australia to working in South Africa with the bodyguard team of Nelson Mandela.
Another year older but still none the wiser, Gary returns to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with stories and jokes that have earned him his reputation as one of Scotland’s top comed…
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.
Jay Z famously said ‘Once a good girl goes bad, they’re gone forever’.
Scottish Comedian of the Year finalist.
Childhood tales of flying boats inspired Brian to travel the world.
Hear tales of how the poor and unfortunate lived in these former slums, explore the dimly lit vaults, once the haunt of criminals, body snatchers and witches alike! Each vault tell…
Don’t go home yet, stay out with two of Scotland’s hottest rising stand-up stars in this spectacular split-bill of award-shortlisted comedy! BBC New Comedy Award Shortlist 2022…
Scotland’s greatest bands/artists can often disappear under the title of UK artists.
Interactive storytelling with audience participation and improvisation about loss, community, our human need for connection, and the pain and humour of the journey.
The poignant tale of a writer and musician, Jon Lawrence, who walked 500km over five deserts on five continents to grieve for his father and raise money for a cancer charity.
Our guide will enlighten you on the dark history of Old Town Edinburgh’s most extensive haunted underground vaults, dating back to the 1700s.
Most of us are carrying honesty grenades.
Mistakes are bound to happen.
A beautifully hilarious stand-up about the memories of his dad’s best stories, Netflix star John Franklin intends to keep you laughing as he weaves tales of his father’s life advic…
Whilst Colleen Lavin’s Do The Robots Think I'm Funny? is an interesting experiment and indicative of our fascination with AI, it’s not a particularly well-structured or fun…
The amazing, strange-but-true story behind the weird stuff advertised in vintage American comics.
By the time the lipstick went on, I was hooked.
In Grandfather Frog’s Tales of the Meadow there are stories about rabbits, chipmunks, foxes and even skunks! Grandfather Frog knows the important stuff about everybody who lives ar…
Adult Content is a show that presents various life stories in and out of the world of sex work – funny, sad, shocking, and follows the unbelievable places the business has led Mr…
Step into the world of neurodivergence with Pip and experience a captivating journey through her life with ADHD.
‘Igniting memories of a story that millions can relate to’ (Australian Stage).
In this delightful family show, storytelling and music combine to create an enchanting performance, evoking Scotland’s northern seashores.
The Gardener has agreed to look after their friend’s allotment.
A guitar, microphone and stool wait expectantly on an empty stage.
Ailsa Dixon, Bob Mitchell and Jackie Ross, three leading storytellers with a fierce love of their native north-east of Scotland invite you to a fast moving and light-hearted homage…
It was a long and winding road, but by the time I left David Colvin’s Thunderstruck, I was – well.
Sultry Irish comedian Mike Rice is working through some brand-new stories and jokes about cows, the Dali Lama, insomnia and the power of the human mind.
Fresh off his first comedy album, Abbas Wahab makes his Fringe debut with an original stand-up show about leaving the corporate world, poorly navigating your 30s and balding.
Scotland is a land of myths and legends.
The Comedy Arcade: competitive anecdotes game.
Rites of Passage, two stories connected with a search for identity and acceptance: a young black man living in the UK, dealing with the daily cultural, and social political issues …
The Ostracised Guardian is a musical performance that fuses ancient Kuladevata rituals with modern electronic music, directed by India’s foremost music producer Tenma and performed…
Australia’s campest drag queen bares all in this chaotic cabaret about her double life as a drag queen accountant.
Living in a box is hard.
One in six men don’t have a single close friend, and more than half wish they had more friends.
Join writer-performer Bissett as Moira: cleaner, single mum and the hardest woman in Falkirk, as she protects her wee Pepe from a neighbour’s dug, seduces a teacher in the school…
Welcome to the world of Meat Boy, a tale of mayhem, mystery and meat.
A mind-blowing, hilarious, heartwarming and true story.
A priest blesses a bucket of mud in a lawyer’s office.
Indulge in Curry Gelato, a side-splitting comedy show that serves up a unique blend of Indian roots and Italian upbringing.
Fresh from punching the the big C in the face, though now barren and slightly menopausal, Icelandic comedian Bee brings her first hour-long show to the Edinburgh Fringe.
Why do geese fly south for the winter? What’s really inside an Oreo? You suggest the question, then watch it be answered through myth, mayhem and madness! From the roaring thunder …
In Greek mythology, the Muses were the daughters of Mnemosyne, goddess of memory, by her nephew, Zeus.
Andrew Silverwood went to Australia for an eight-week working holiday in January 2020 and he got back this May.
As seen on BBC’s Live at the Apollo, American transplant Spring Day provides dark comedy for nice people.
In October 2022, Richard Cobb was on honeymoon in Cuba.
Working-class comedian Tom Mayhew returns to the Fringe with a show about dreams and endless hope.
A new hour of stand-up comedy and storytelling from globe trotting Irishman Martin Mor.
You are cordially invited to a comedy show! Comedians and married couple Katharyn Henson (USA) and Mark O’Keeffe (IRE) met at the Fringe in 2019, had a lockdown wedding in Melbourn…
Witty, raw and powerful, Nick Pupo’s Addicted is a story of trust, friendship, forgiveness and brutality.
Take a gonzo dive into a world of sex dungeons, meth and so much more with NYC comedian Katharyn Henson.
I quit drinking in 2019.
Cal, we all love a drink, but nobody likes a drunk.
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.
Derry comedian Peter E Davidson returns for his fifth Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Watson is alone.
The ‘storytelling genius’ ***** (Scotsman) returns with a greatest hits compilation featuring the best and funniest stories and routines from her best Fringe shows.
I never met my biological father.
A revolving door of different African, Australian and British comedians every show! Come support your home country’s roots while learning about other cultures in the funniest way p…
Ancestry takes an unexpected turn when a DNA test, a trip to Ellis Island, and some late-night googling leads American stand-up comedian Patrick Hastie to question the truth about …
From the creators of Moon Dragon and Sea Dragon, Dragon Tales is the magical interactive storytelling show for children aged 4-6 years old.
An Aussie vagabond’s gruelling pilgrimage: 1,000km+ Camino de Santiago, surviving 40 days of blisters, snorers and dodgy WiFi in search of life’s answers and wine! Award-winning co…
10th great year! Edinburgh’s funniest, and most successful ever kosher comedy show.
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…
A huge amount of fun and laughs are to be had with James Cook’s new stand-up show, Anonymously Viral.
A glimpse into the fascinating world of van life, narrated by a globetrotting Canadian guy with wheel estate all around the world.
From the sweatshops of Wuhan to the stages of Berlin, Moni Zhang is bringing you a show that’s equal parts comedic and cathartic.
New show from the UK’s favourite and funniest Jewish comedian.
American Cheese, despite what the international propaganda would have you believe, is the best cheese to melt over a burger.
Leah Renee, stand-up comedian and recovering ascetic, makes audiences laugh, cry and cringe in her comedy show about the hidden cost of playing it safe and the unexpected delight i…
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…
jD Shapiro is the writer of Robin Hood: Men in Tights.
Jessie Cave works up a new show about the complexities of motherhood, social anxiety and heartbreak.
Will Hall: Mild Peril – Rising star Will Hall (seen on BBC Three and Channel 4) brings 45 minutes of his ‘electrically witty’ (BroadwayBaby.
Join the crew of a saucy ship and unleash your inner pirate in the most ridiculously playful adventure comedy you’ve never had.
Australian comedian David Quirk quit comedy in 2017.
Join Octopus on a fantastical, crazy and silly adventure from the bottom of the ocean all the way to space and in-between! High-energy interactive fun with dancing cats, silly song…
Host of the global smash-hit podcast Have A Word, star of Live at the Apollo and Dave’s Best Joke of the Fringe winner is back with a brand-new hour of stand-up.
Embark on a delightful journey with a timid Romanian lad as he stumbles into a vortex of awkward situations.
Bryan’s spent the last 10 years of his life running and realized he has no idea if he actually likes it or not.
2000 years of Scottish History in one hour! In the true style of the old tradition, award-winning actor Michael Nardone (Rome, Line of Duty, Traces) brings history to life with pas…
A cheater’s guide to love – Jokes on marriage, divorce, therapy, death and cheating.
Dynamic one woman show written and presented by Theresa Cole of Yellow Poppy Theatre wants you to see some personal stories through the eyes of her different characters.
‘A love letter to my mother that I’ll never send.
The only stand up comedy show at the Fringe with jokes, stories and a definitive list of my favourite smells from last year.
Join award-winning Brummie comedians, Tal Davies and Hannah Weetman, as they humorously pick apart every aspect of their own, and each other’s, dreadful life choices.
International, crowd-favourite vagabond, Marcus Ryan (BBC, ABC, Amazon, WatchMojo, SiriusXM), has sold out tours on six continents and 50+ countries.
In 5 Mistakes That Changed History, host Paul Coulter establishes the self-evident premise, that this will be something of a comical TED Talk about some fascinating moments that sh…
85% of executed witches were women! Why? The brutal truth of the witch hunts in Scotland, told with humour and empathy.
This sequel to 1 Ball Show began three months after the 2022 Fringe favourite ended it’s sold-out run, when NYC comedian Terence Hartnett (Caroline’s on Broadway) found out that hi…
Endless Sunset Oblivion tells the story of Reuben – a young songwriter attempting to combat the accelerated problems the world is facing.
Northern Irish comedian Caroline is the dumbest smart girl you’ll ever meet.
These three rising stars of the London comedy circuit have come to Edinburgh to do two things: blow their life savings on an Airbnb and perform an hour of mind-melting stand-up com…
Fancy some razor-sharp wit? If so, this is for you.
After a fantastic Edinburgh Fringe run last year, Eddie Mullarkey brings you a new, frank, cutting and very funny hour of observations and adventures.
Sleeping Beauty is not awakened by true love’s first kiss, as some of you may already know.
Michael Porter is an incomparable comedy talent with an unmistakable Irish flair! ‘Fearless in ever sense of the word.
Emily Walsh still doesn’t know if she wants kids, but if given the choice she’d like to be the dad.
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…
Four students find themselves stuck in dugsi detention – what did they do to end up here? And is there any chance of them getting on? Salma, Yasmin, Munira, and Hani each see the…
He was a household name.
The Northern Irish Comedy Protocol is a showcase highlighting the best brand-new comedy talent from the new explosion in Northern Irish comedy (that is probably more of a triggerin…
Enjoy this gift of a show by Alfie Packham, who’s here to unwrap love, death and less thematic stuff like shoplifting, football and milk.
Candace tells the story of her unusual childhood in Memphis, Tennessee-raised by a single dad who loves the banjo and reading Karl Marx.
Putting on Mulan 64 times when you’re too hungover to teach.
A Scot who has escaped from Australia after 16 years with stories to tell about her life as an ex-cougar in Australia.
Kirsty Lynch and Jimi Longmuir present 3 Out of 4 Twats, a late-night mixed bill with two very special guests every evening.
Friend, fan, or foe of Gyles Brandreth, there’s probably one thing upon which all can agree: the man simply cannot stop talking.
Returning after sell-out runs in 2018 and 2019, In Loyal Company is the incredible true story of missing WWII soldier Arthur Robinson, written and performed by his great-nephew Dav…
Newly married, Schalk feels older, wiser and much more mature (possibly), but all he wants is to stay “hip with the youth”.
The Magic of Terry Pratchett is an absolutely smashing show that sweeps us into a captivating journey through the life and legacy of the legendary Sir Terry Pratchett, presented by…
Pip is a whimsical hour of stand-up from Icelandic comedian Laufey Haralds.
The Hive is not the most pleasant venue to endure during a Fringe show.
Everyone has heard of the 27 Club.
Debut hour from Geordie rising star with a show all about class, chaos and coming out.
A spooky show of terrible tales, bothersome books and gruesome goings on! The Haunted Bookshop has a story for everyone.
Following the success of last year’s show, comic songwriter Liz Cotton is back.
Jonny told the nation his biggest secret.
Soup is a stand up hour kicking off with tales of a ‘Soup Sharing’ WhatsApp group and its tyrannical leader.
The simple ‘good vs bad’ narrative is present in just about every aspect of our culture and society.
Brand-new show from everyone’s favourite gobby Manc Princess and Edinburgh Comedy Awards’ Best Newcomer nominee.
Head to the bottom of the sea for a dramatic aquatic adventure! Join Professor Flotsam and Dr Wright in their brand new submarine as they look for the strangest creatures in the de…
More stories in song from this multi award-winning Edinburgh favourite.
In 1886, following the death of her husband and child, Sarah Winchester purchased an unfinished farmhouse near San Francisco.
To breed or not to breed? Award-winning writer/performer Joyful Raven wrestles with this questions in her new hit show.
There are no problems that cannot be improved by eating cheese.
Straight outta Wagga Wagga, Australia – the star of hit show Aborigi-LOL makes his Fringe debut with a swag of gut-bustingly funny stories, fun facts and big laughs.
Actress-comedian Lubna Kerr explores her family’s journey, sharing the challenges encountered with humour and emotion.
A deliciously Dahl-esque treat from madcap duo Fladam (Flo Poskitt and Adam Sowter), about a boy born with gunky, green fingers! Is he really rotten, or just misunderstood? Maybe t…
A fly-on-the-padded-wall account of the mental health world that also busts some myths (there are no padded walls).
Who were the Vikings? Where did they come from? And most importantly.
It’s very common to leave a comedy show with a new perspective or having learnt something.
Returning with a work in progress after a sell-out Edinburgh Comedy Award-nominated run in 2022.
Alright bab!? Debut stand-up hour from one of the most exciting voices to come out of Brum in recent years.
Who amongst us hasn’t uttered the phrase, “I can’t believe you’ve done this!?” whilst laughing with a friend over a particularly embarrassing story.
Bronwyn Sweeney’s show Off Brand talks about how important branding is, not only for products, but for comedians too.
Yooo! Darren’s brand-new show is all about how his life has changed for the better (yay!).
Join Odin and Loki in their struggle to overcome primeval giants, rival gods and goddesses, and each other’s ambitions in this hard-hitting, dark comic adaption of Norse mythology.
We all know that “life is not what I imagined it to be” depression.
Mozart, via blues, tango and rock’n’roll.
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.
Nathan wants to live in the moment but the past has a way of finding him.
Gripping and emotionally charged, Forests is an experimental Fringe performance not to be missed.
Paddy McDonnell is well known for his hilarious stories and viral clips from live shows and various podcast appearances and has decided to give his fans what they want, a show full…
Trapped in the Peruvian rainforest, having survived a plane crash and a fall of 10,000 feet, Juliane is utterly alone and hopelessly lost.
Berlin, February 1933.
This cabaret-style show features musical, fun and comedic life lessons based on Pulitzer-nominated memoir by celebrity entrepreneur Clint Arthur.
A show about finding out who you are when your TV show ends and your “real life” begins.
Where does beauty go when the beholder has no eye? Comedian Richard Wheatley returns to the Fringe with his new show, as he ridicules the perplexing paradoxes of a blind man in the…
Drew Michael's one-man show is a poignant yet probably divisive performance that promises a unique experience but will leave its audience grappling with a combination of innova…
In 2021, Hannah Maxwell moved back to the Home Counties to care for her recently bereaved grandmother.
Sprouting out from a geyser of the primordial soups o' being comes Growler – The 82-year old drum banging, shamanic vulva.
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…
Think you know your Shakespeare? Think again! This is Shakespeare as you’ve never seen him before – “trippingly on the tongue”.
Three storytellers, trapped in the Otherworld, must perform their music and stories to earn their freedom.
The premise of Gillian Cosgriff's show Actually, Good is both simple and elegant, revolving around celebrating life's small pleasures.
Globetrotting comedian Nick Wilty has been touring the world for over 30 years, playing festivals, comedy clubs and appearing on TV in every continent.
Have you ever fallen in love with someone across the globe only to be held captive in your own country? From award-winning artist Britt Plummer comes a painfully relatable and hear…
This intimate evening of storytelling and song thrillingly investigates the most deranged and dramatic person in Greta’s life – herself.
‘In London I was a gefilte fish out of water, in Hampshire I was Moses, wandering.
A few days ago I saw a little boy slapping a wall.
The meteorite shook the ground as it landed, igniting a chorus of barking dogs.
Welcome to the (near) future.
For his entire life, performer Mark Vigeant did everything he possibly could to make everyone around him happy.
Are you always what you were? New York Comedian and Moth StorySLAM champion’s debut hour blends award-winning storytelling and comedic tales examining identity.
You might reasonably assume a fairy tale to be set long ago and far away, but master storyteller Niall Moorjiani returns to the genre’s roots.
Kirsty Mann (Funny Women Awards finalist) has a secret, and this is a confession: she’s a doctor.
When Cirque du Soleil offer you a Las Vegas residency as the first comedian to perform with them, you don’t say no.
The first Salem witch to confess and household slave to the Parris family, Tituba vividly described supernatural apparitions and denounced community members, resulting in many bein…
Reformed people-pleaser Jo is 36, single, living in a houseshare with five strangers off the internet (humble brag!) so is ready to take on the big-boy topics, from the world melti…
James has been touring his storytelling theatre shows for half his adult life.
Who haunts our world-famous vaults? Join Minging Annie from Edinburgh’s past and explore what it’s like being trapped beneath the city streets for 400 years.
Stand-up comedy about getting married, being middle of the road and trying to be more honest.
In the blurb for his latest show Scary Times, Christopher Macarthur-Boyd promises to cover topics including going for a walk.
Famous for a reason… Old Town graveyards and underground. Experience them on our unstoppable scare-fest through Edinburgh’s most horrifying secrets. Are you brave enough?
Uair den t-saoghal is beag fios a bha aig mòran dhaoine air beul-aithris na Gàidhlig taobh a-muigh na Gàidhealtachd fhèin.
Real reviews for Tom Little: ‘He’s the real deal.
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…
Stories! One magical night with the best solo theatre makers and storytellers in the Fringe, nay, Britain! Nay, the world! The Last Thursday Club is a London institution so Fringe …
Celtic sensation Jasmine Power from West Wales takes you on an ethereal musical journey at the piano with her own magnificent cinematic pop songs.
Join Geoff Robb, winner of the 2018 Brighton Fringe Live Music Award, for an evening of magical storytelling and guitar mastery that promises to transport you into the forest.
In her fabulous new show The Working Girls of Soho, Josephine Pembroke, creator of Pussies Galore, the infamous club act of the 1990s and darling of the iconic Café de Paris, Heav…
Tim performs songs he composed for Frederick McKinnon’s musical about Captain James Cook, and tells the story of the 18th-century explorer.
Recently it has felt like grief is all around us.
A fun, interactive and educational show for babies and toddlers – suitable for the whole family, where wriggling is allowed! Professional violinist and cellist perform a live pro…
What would you do if you reached a moment in your life that made you question everything about yourself? Walk almost 1,000 kilometres across northern Spain? Well, that’s what one m…
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.
The Taste of Sweat and Sand.
Apradhini is a collection of stories about women who have been incarcerated for life for crimes including armed robbery, dacoity and murder.
Elliot Wengler, host of Lolbot Wars (‘Nice ideas, likeable performer.
When junior doctor Wendy joins an into-the-wild expedition, the weather, hunger and, well, strangeness of the group all take their toll on her grip of reality.
Anne, life coach for over 20 years, takes the essence of her book Stop the Bus! onto the festival stage.
Science communication that engages the heart as well as the mind.
A fun, interactive and educational show for babies and toddlers where wriggling is allowed! Professional violinist and cellist share their programme of music inspired by animals �…
Smoking hot split bill of stand-up from two fully developed women.
‘I think I might be ill.
Maryellen barrels through fiercely feminist and seriously silly stand-up and storytelling littered with laughs (an alliteration).
Explore environmental icon Rachel Carson’s nature in this wildly inventive solo show from fellow Pittsburgher Elise Robertson, who uses puppets, found objects, and stage wizardry…
Faye Treacy’s highly anticipated new show (Musical Comedy Awards Best Newcomer, as featured on BBC Radio 4 and BBC Three).
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),…
Meet Australian Outback restaurant owner Sheila and journey through her life with stories, song, bush verse, photographs and mouth-watering recipes.
Award-winning writer, performer, Moth host, professional show-off and voice of Scottish plasticine chicken, Lynn, with the help of her celebrity guests, shows how the casual tales …
If you want to feel young and useful, get a job in a care home.
Ivory, tortoiseshell, human teeth – you can make jewellery out of almost anything.
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 …
Christine Bovill’s award-winning Paris established her reputation as one of Europe’s finest interpreters of French song.
A one-man comedy show of stand-up, music, time travel and bespoke poetry.
Every song a classic! Hailed by critics and fans alike as a one of the finest songwriters of his generation, Friedman has achieved legendary, pop-icon status for chart-topping hit…
Live podcast with celebrity guests! Join Lynn (Scottish and mouthy) Neil (quiet and brooding) and the one and only Chesney Hawkes (frankly adorable) for chat, live music, temporary…
In a city just like yours, hope is in short supply.
A personal and collective story about rural depopulation, told through storytelling, live music and theatre.
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…
Are you reading this? Wow.
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.
The verbal battle between Cain and Lucifer.
‘I never was so immensely tickled by anything I had ever said before.
Take songs that stop conversations, a voice that could stop wars and a fiddle that stops at nothing, and you have the icon Elsa McTaggart.
A musical coming-of-age journey.
Tam O’ Shanter, Tales & Whisky is a comic celebration of the gothic poems of Robert Burns.
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.
Join Shetland’s Barry Nisbet on a voyage of danger, beauty, heartache and hope.
Immrama: Columba’s Journey, Your Story.
Set in – you guessed it – Chicago, a young woman named Lulu is looking for job after job.
Scotland’s premier tour guide and famously upbeat man Craig welcomes you to his home town for a one-off tour of Edinburgh in all its deadpan glory.
Cannibalism, werewolf trials, deceit and murder.
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.
If you were given a chance to travel back in time, would you take it? This story starts when a letter arrives from someone who is believed to be dead.
Dr Reverend Jimmy Goodlove, the 1980s-styled American televangelist, preaches and teaches! Life’s answers are found in the lyrics of Grammy Award-winning album Faith by George Mich…
Philliam and Whillipp is a stand-up comedy show by young up-and-coming comedians Will Hitt and Philipp Kostelecky.
After my last Fringe appearance (August, 2016), I had to step away from Edinburgh and consider how to be less devastatingly funny.
Captain Ali, the famously heroic explorer of time, space and all reality.
This one-act play is a historical drama that tells the true story of a catastrophic, man-made disaster that killed 2,200 people in 1889 when a dam containing 20 million tons of wat…
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…
We think we know this story.
Ancient mythology and modern storytelling collide in a contemporary exploration of the legacy of colonialism and slavery by award-winning Scottish/Kenyan storyteller Mara Menzies.
Join award-winning comedians Rachel Creeger and Philip Simon for a live recording of one of ‘the best podcasts to listen to right now’ (iNews).
Investigated over 24 murders and eight shootings.
A fiercely powerful and critically acclaimed show about a brutally shocking story; Chris’ father was murdered in 2011.
The Embers Collective are teaming up with Stumble Trip Theatre to bring you a collection of wild tales for weird folk.
NYC comedian Harmon Leon (VICE) lives a double life.
Texas, July 2021.
Jason recently lost his father, Paddy Byrne.
Two terrible twins with a talent for turmoil rule their school and are delighted to have reduced their head teacher to a nervous wreck.
Davina is searching for a long-lost family member.
The Wyrd Systers present In the Small Hours.
Interdisciplinary dance artist, Kristen Helen Poppe, explores defining yourself when you feel undefinable.
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…
A fabulous show for the kids and the very young at heart.
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.
Aural Picnic: Fill your ears with tasty tales.
A comedic storytelling show with four true stories: a monkey bite, a bus trip, an arrest, and a mugging.
‘Elsa is one of these very few people with a distinctive enough voice to do the music and songs of Eva Cassidy justice’ ***** (Tom King, Southside Advertiser).
There’s nothing quite like Spaghetti Bolognese, the most dazzling bowl of pasta in all your days! Join Penny for an unforgettable dinner in this show that is fun for all the fami…
Before audiences step foot into the SpaceUK’s Annexe, a tune from a nearby keyboard drifts out of the theatre and floats down the hall to greet the audience.
Why do geese fly south for the winter? What’s really inside an Oreo? You suggest the question, then watch as the myth of its origin comes to life! From the roaring thunder of Mount…
Think you’re the only one who’s making it up as you go along? You’re not.
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).
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…
An exciting kids’ show from an Aboriginal comedy star.
Dial back to the Californian cool jazz of yesteryear by listening to the songs and story of Julie.
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.
The award-winning comedian returns with his 15th solo show.
Where are the knights of yesteryear? A masterclass in barebones storytelling, Debbie Cannon’s one-woman Green Knight has us spellbound.
Debut show from Sarah Southern who pulls the curtain back on gossip and political scandal.
‘Smart character comic’ (Scotsman) and Funny Women Awards finalist, Kirsty has a secret, and this is a confession.
Friendly Cornishman Matt Price tried to win a boxing trophy for his grandad.
Ali Brice is embracing life after almost losing it.
One of 18 worldwide ‘Best of’ shows selected to participate in the Fringe Encore series, Off-Broadway, at the historic Soho Playhouse in New York City in 2019.
Best Actor, Hollywood Fringe 2019.
Based on a true story, this new piece of gig theatre is a distinctly female story of motherhood, survival and intergenerational cycles of abuse.
Hans the Storyteller, Reynard the Fox, and Gripp the Raven give a hilarious new telling of the classic fairy tale, The Pied Piper of Hamelin.
Our unique tour sets out to inform and entertain as we take you into both the Old and New towns, giving you a real sense of the two sides of Edinburgh; revealing some of the secret…
A queer one-person musical featuring music, ideas and lives classified as ‘degenerate’ by the Nazis as well as original songs.
Incredible songwriter and entertainer, Neil Diamond has wooed the world with 38 singles in the top 10, and 10 number one hits! Timeless classics that are as relevant today as they …
Good Heavens! Brother Barnabus has found himself in a sticky situation! Join him in this one man show.
A mysterious broadcast from the future causes 85% of the world to abandon their friends and family forever.
The year is 1889 and intrepid journalist Nellie Bly is about to embark on her biggest adventure yet: racing around the world to beat Jules Verne’s famous fictional hero, Phileas …
Mark’s Gospel is our most authentic portrait of the life, death and resurrection of Jesus.
‘The past isn’t dead, it’s not even past’ (William Faulkner).
Fifteen Minute Break by Tuppenny Bunters.
Jacky shares her top 10 reasons why she wants to leave the planet, all through performance poetry.
Mutch returns to the Fringe for a special Work in Progress show.
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…
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 the sand of his seaside home town, Myles Wheeler monologues about home, hospitals and let’s say hope for the alliteration.
‘Marvellously dramatic dancer’ (New York Times) Laura Careless tells stories of forgotten female rulers of England before Elizabeth I.
Tuesday morning, 3am.
I saw a Mario-themed stag do yesterday.
Stacey ‘The Legs’ Clare aka the Ethical Stripper is back with her work wife, Morag, and special guests, with their sell-out show to answer all your stripper-based questions.
After touring all over Europe, Mike Rice brings his electric hour show to Edinburgh.
Reach across the mortal plane! A budding clairvoyant is haunted by the spirit of Victoria Woodhull, the unsung heroine of the Suffrage movement who was ultimately written out of hi…
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.
Join police sergeant-turned-comedian Alfie Moore ahead of recording Series 7 of his hit BBC Radio 4 comedy ‘It’s a Fair Cop’.
A light-hearted stand-up comedian living in NYC looks back on his rambunctious 90s childhood in the Deep South.
Scottish Comedian of the Year finalist 2021.
Between Good and Evil is a play that uses superheroes and aliens to comedically tell us the truth about ourselves.
There are very few taboo subjects left these days, but the one that will eventually come to us all still leaves many people uncomfortable.
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 …
Hear tales of how the poor and unfortunate lived in these former slums.
Aidan Goatley is not jealous of Romesh Ranganathan.
What if Christ returned and we all missed it? From an award-winning theatrical duo, Down to Earth is the entirely untold and untrue story of Gene Christ: a veteran park ranger and …
Occupying Eden is a multi-species performance in which an imagined ecological paradise is co-created.
If someone happened to wander into the Scottish Storytelling Centre in Edinburgh knowing nothing about Puppet State Theatre Company’s The Man Who Planted Trees, they’d certainl…
A guided walking tour that will take you to Greyfriars Graveyard, home of the famous Greyfriars Bobby and the final resting place for many of Edinburgh’s most notorious characters.
Scotland was once full of magical beasts, absolutely full of them: bog goblins, dragons, naughty fairies, brownies, bony-backed horsemen.
Bienvenue to Chansons, the musical intercultural cabaret.
Princess Gayatri seeks to preserve her father’s legacy and the survival of her people.
Are emotional shackles holding you back? Join Tamás on a journey from childhood in an overprotective family in conservative Hungary to standing on his own feet as an adult in libe…
How do clowns get pregnant? There is no obvious punch line for Little Parts, a clown who has always been pregnant, yet who is not sure if she’ll ever give birth.
Hear tales of how the poor and unfortunate lived in these former slums, explore the dimly lit vaults once the haunt of criminals, body-snatchers and witches alike! Each vault tells…
This is the story of Bob Hecklestein, a boy born without a sense of humour, who learned to overcome his disability and grew up to become the world’s greatest heckler.
With her children leaving home and her marriage on the rocks, comic singer Liz Cotton writes saucy lyrics as a secret hobby to help her cope with life.
Left alone while her family searches for the missing herd, a Neolithic girl seeks comfort in imaginary friends.
There’s always two sides to every story, even fairy tales.
Jimmy has a debt to his dying mother he’ll do anything to pay off, a paranoid mystery caller setting his life on fire and a walking, smooth-talking gambling addiction that genuin…
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…
When Rob got on his ship, he didn’t know he would never reach his destination.
American comedian from Texas offers a rollercoaster of health and staying present pursuits from London to Tokyo to monasteries to tofu and brown rice.
The book-themed comedy compilation hit is back! If you’ve ever: paused after reading something to take a moment and collect yourself, read naked, thought the book was way better …
In 1810 a brave Scottish man named Sir George Steuart Mackenzie ventured all the way to Iceland with some pals.
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…
A Romantic (Stand-Up) Comedy (Show).
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.
A timely show about dogs, defeat and determination by award-winning comedian, best-selling author and underdog, Dave Chawner.
When Rob was 12, they attempted a full-blown Disney parade in their house for their grandma.
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 whirlwind show examining the multiple roles you play in your life and what happens when you break out of them.
Shetland comedian Marjolein is back with her brand-new hour.
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.
An outrageous hour of comedy served to you by a selection of female comedians from across the globe.
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.
Award-winning comedian, NHS psychiatrist and author Benji Waterstones shares highlights from his forthcoming book.
Last year, while clearing out my grandfather’s house, I stumbled across hundreds of hidden envelopes.
What does sex means to you? It’s the question that Mihai asked himself in his debut solo show, Dirty Anxious Vampire.
Dan’s always wanted to be a father.
2019 Pick of the Fringe award sell-out sensation.
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…
When a weary stranger arrives one day, carrying only a suitcase, everyone is full of questions.
‘Naturally charismatic storyteller’ (Fest) weaves a shocking but very funny account of her youth.
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.
In 1999, Vidura’s family left war-ridden Sri Lanka in search of a better life.
When Gavin Webster was a kid, he liked kings and queens from history, space and the solar system as well as singing, skipping and running.
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.
‘The need for speed!’ This thrilling cross between Fleabag and Top Gun is written and performed by Loree “Rowdy” Draude, one of the first women to fly combat jets for the U.
Alex Hylton is almost absolutely certain he’s in love.
Moni grew up in a sweatshop in Wuhan.
What happens when you try to run 26.
Stewart D’Arrietta shares the poetry, stories and insights of the great Leonard Cohen with songs such as Tower of Song, Dance Me to the End of Love, First We Take Manhattan and Bir…
Solutions or snake oil? You decide.
Christmas Eve, Georgia, 1996.
A tender, furious and fragile reimagining of Moby Dick from Fringe-First Award winning writer and storyteller Casey Jay Andrews.
Self-doubt? Low self-esteem? Well, this sounds cheery.
Following last year’s sell-out run, the return of the extraordinarily original and marvellously funny comedy about about Israel, Palestine and the Jews.
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.
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.
All little boys want their dads to be superheroes.
Following sell-out shows at VAULT Festival, Edinburgh Fringe and Soho Theatre, award-winning storyteller and professional over-sharer Roann Hassani McCloskey returns with another f…
My nickname is Taco – the first girl I ever kissed thought I looked Mexican.
Authors: Jeremy Towler and Pip Utton.
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.
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.
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…
NYC comedian Terence Hartnett (Caroline’s on Broadway) was diagnosed with testicular cancer last year and it was the first bad thing that has ever happened to him.
A timely piece of theatre for 2022, which is the 75th anniversary of the Partition in India.
Get ready for a fantastical show to warm the heart and bring joy to people young and old alike.
Eve’s eyes are green like guacamole, she has posh hair and a freckle on her chin and when she puts her hand on Elle’s arm… This heart-warming and belly-achingly funny story i…
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…
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…
By the pricking of my thumb, something wicked this way comes.
Tamar’s getting married.
Facing an existential crisis Anna powered off her phone and dived head first into an Ayahuasca retreat in the Irish wilderness.
Too young to be yelling at clouds, Ivo Graham decides to talk loudly at us over the course of an hour instead.
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 …
Harriet Dyer (as seen on Russell Howard Hour) is an award-winning comedian, mental health advocate and an experience to behold.
There is something comforting about Angela Barnes’ Hot Mess.
Soar into space with this exciting adaptation of the award-winning book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.
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.
Best Debut show Leicester Comedy Festival 2020 and Funny Women runner-up.
Aaron gained a nickname based solely on being in a wheelchair.
32 athletes entered the 1904 Olympic marathon in St Louis, Missouri.
A melancholy artist and a mute architect take a road trip of the soul.
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…
New Zealand comedian Abby Howells weaves together stories of female comedians from history with her own tales of triumph, foolishness and heartbreak.
Logan Dankworth, columnist and Twitter warrior, grew up romanticising the political turmoil of the 1980s.
Host of Radio 4 Extra’s Comedy Club and critically acclaimed podcast Spit or Swallow.
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 …
There’s inherent absurdity in an industry which charges elderly people and their families countless thousands of pounds for care but pays a pittance to the often-underqualified s…
Are you tired, stressed, overworked? Midnight Snacks is your safe haven from festival fever.
This is not a nice Fringe for comedy.
‘And I heard, as it were the noise of thunder, one of the four beasts…’ A girl plays ponies while her mother cooks, a teenager jumps the barrier to ride a funfair carousel, a wom…
One day, a magpie comes into a little girl’s house by mistake.
Still Floating is a brand-new piece of warm-hearted comic storytelling by BBC award-winning writer/performer and Fringe favourite Shôn Dale-Jones.
‘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…
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.
Captain Jake returns to Pleasance with another tale of daring piratical dos.
The Silent Treatment.
Before launching his huge national tour, multi award-winning comedian Marcus brings this blisteringly funny hour of stand-up to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Following her multi award-winning theatre debut, Passionate Machine, Rosy Carrick is back.
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.
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…
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…
The American stand-up, TV writer and “neurotic Jewish millennial” returns following her acclaimed 2019 debut.
Since leaving home in Birmingham, Rinkoo Barpaga has been determined to find somewhere to settle.
You can be ashamed of many things.
A new show from James featuring his captivating mix of theatre, comedy and music.
This personal account from Ian Lynam draws on his own experiences and research to break down the superficial stereotypes, misleading media presentations, and poor psychological pra…
This is the funny and sad story store of one transgender woman’s journey through America from both sides of the gender line.
When writer/performer Jonathan Tipton Meyers lost his girlfriend, his business and his identity, he got in his car and drove.
A joyful, kaleidoscopic new show for 5 to 12 year-olds about change, why change happens and how to deal with it.
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.
In the summer of 2020 as a pandemic raged, Yoshika was processing the death of her beloved grandmother, Ann.
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…
Mama Love is a one-woman show in which Lea Blair Whitcher plays with the absurdities of the idealised and toxic images of motherhood in which she finds herself enmeshed.
Who is making theatre like YESYESNONO? The Manchester-based company is back with an immersive, story-telling experience.
In the last hours of 2019, David Finnigan’s best friend prepared to make a break for home with his family before fires cut off the highway.
Disaster! Professor McGuffin’s ground-breaking Sub-Nuclear Optical Transmitter (SNOT) has a catastrophic malfunction and needs a new power source! What a pickle! Enter the ACES –…
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.
This show is a scrapbook of memories about my family.
The happiest show in Edinburgh! Those of you familiar with the noble Baron and his far-fetched tales of daring do (riding half a horse, flying to the moon on a cannon ball etc) wil…
A one-man performance spoken directly to the audience.
Veteran stand-up comic Ben Clover returns with his seventh show: Best Newcomer.
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.
Well-respected singer/songwriter shares songs, wine and stories from 50 years on the folk scene, touring UK and Europe.
The biggest-titted Edinburgh Best Show nominees return in their darkest-ever adventure.
Chris Cantrill (half of 2019 Dave’s Edinburgh Comedy Awards Best Show nominees, The Delightful Sausage) is The Defendant.
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…
Who haunts our world-famous underground vaults? Join Minging Annie from Edinburgh’s past and explore what is it like to have been trapped beneath the city streets for 400 years.
Sit back with a warming dram and accompany award-winning Scottish actor Michael Nardone (Traces, The Night Manager, Rome) on a gentle meander through Scotland’s story.
It’s getting late.
What does it take to satiate a heartbroken 20-something homosexual with a penchant for deep-diving into the sensory stimuli he finds along the way? In this hour-long piece, Michael…
Actor, impersonator and song-and-dance man Frank Moran celebrates the characters of the Marx brothers as he dexterously weaves their lives into his own.
A pandemic-induced trip down memory lane, featuring puppets and a treatise on The Sopranos, is put into hyper-speed when a gender non-conforming praying mantis named E appears in K…
Award-winning actress and playwright Terra Taylor Knudson uses wit, anecdotes, and creative conjecture to weave Shakespeare’s works into her own coming-of-age story, and illustra…
This entertaining tour will take you through the heart of Edinburgh’s Old Town covering history, culture, folklore and much more.
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.
The Johnny Cash Story returns to Edinburgh Fringe to take you on an incredible journey through the career of the Man in Black.
Take a gonzo dive into a world of sex dungeons, meth and so much more with New York City comedian, Katharyn Henson.
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-…
This multi-award-winning adaptation of Jean Giono’s classic environmental tale toured for almost 14 years, with repeat appearances at the Sydney Opera House and off-Broadway.
A fun, interactive and educational show for babies and toddlers that can be enjoyed by all the family.
Some day, Where Sat the Lovers will be a live stage show.
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.
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).
This 5-star show takes you on a journey through time in Nashville to experience how music influenced the bible belt city and in turn how Music City influenced the world of music.
Performed outdoors in a cemetery, Lisa Nelson brings her unique story together with that of Lyda Conley: the first indigenous woman attorney in the US.
‘Phil sweeps the audience on an exhilarating never-ending stream-of-consciousness loaded with laughter.
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.
The Golden Fly is an epic wonder tale of a shape-shifting goddess in search of her truth.
A work-in-progress stand-up comedy show from South East New Comedian 2019 and Max Turner Prize 2021 finalist Phil Green.
In a moving one-woman show, Lubna Kerr explores race, heritage, gender and health in the context of her and her family's experiences as a Pakistani family in Glasgow.
An acclaimed adaptation of one of Tolkien’s Tales from the Perilous Realm.
For All the Love You Lost is presented by Morosophy at theSpace@Surgeon’s Hall.
Celebrating Cassidy’s music with a Scottish lilt and, due to high demand, more violin and original songs! After sell-out tours with The Story,
Elsa is ready to launch the sequel…
Dean’s personal take on the craziness that’s befallen America, and the world, these past six years.
Every Wild Beast returns to Edinburgh for a one-off solo performance by Fringe First-winning writer and storyteller, Casey Jay Andrews.
Nine-year-old Pippi Longstocking is strong, brave and fearless.
One of the Gals is completely packed.
NYC comedian Harmon Leon brings you a show about lost love, irony and obscure Scottish poet William Topaz McGonagall.
Award-winning comedian and NHS psychiatrist Benji Waterstones has written a book! Is it really a “modern classic” or are his publishers as deluded as his patients? Make your minds …
My Car Plays Tapes is the new storytelling show by John Osborne, about getting older, jobs, cars that don’t really work and how to make big decisions with your life.
Turning 33, Brian quit his job, packed his beard and took off on a 6-month round-the-world adventure.
Come and delve deep into the psyche of wolves with Danish storyteller Svend-Erik Engh and Scottish musician Neil Sutcliffe.
A virtual mini-festival celebrating classic literature online.
How good is your memory? The night begins with a little laughter and audience participation as we are asked to remember the age old story of Orpheus.
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.
The comic and tragic tale of how the greatest bagpiper of all time rocked the history and traditions of bagpiping and how he changed the life of one young piper forever.
InHouse Theatre and Assembly invite you back to your favourite haunt for a strong drink and a stranger-than-fiction ghost story.
Glenn has burned his party lifestyle to the ground and from the ashes emerged a phoenix of personal responsibility that includes a wife, two kids and a nice little house in the cou…
Ripe Fruit are two older women trying to make sense of the world they live in when they explore Husbands, Hair and Other Stories.
In 1970 Virgil Fox played the music of JS Bach at the Mecca of rock’n’roll, Fillmore East.
Chaucer, but with insects.
Why would a spirit be trapped in the mortal plane, not alive but not quite dead? The Ghost Matchmaker seeks to free ghosts of the chains that bind them to the land of the living, f…
Through storytelling, poetry and illustration, this show transports you back to Westeros to narrate a different version of the Game of Thrones story.
Winner of LA Times’ Best Production and OC Weekly’s Best Play awards, acclaimed director Annie Loui and CounterBalance Theater present the worldwide premiere of yet another ‘delici…
After sell out shows at Fringes worldwide, this show returns to Edinburgh to take you on Dolly’s incredible journey from the Smoky Mountains to her arrival as the Queen of Countr…
Take a nostalgic journey through the career and music of two award-winning legends in this internationally sold-out show.
A chilling and memorable experience awaits all who delve into our 1700s Old Town underground vaults.
Our unique tour sets out to capture the essence and idiosyncrasies of the characters and locations of the McCall Smith 44 Scotland Street books.
An anti-bias family show! Wonderful, real, thoughtful, loving, respectful, kind, non-judgmental and inclusive.
Tom Mayhew is a professional comedian.
Tell me what you think that you know about Black American womanhood? How do you imagine it feels? How do you imagine it looks? How does it smell? How does it sound? Well, maybe my …
After spending 5+ decades on the stage, Siobhan Bremer’s life is more than just a bit theatrical.
Recording and living just a stones throw from each other in the 1970’s, a group of legends came together in Laurel Canyon to influence the world of modern music.
Fairytale: 20/20 follows the journey of a jaded choreographer, Sarah Lee, and a hopeful actress, Ella Jung, who meet in Hawai’i to produce their film, Happily Ever After, for a per…
Boiler suits, beanies and a barrow! That’s what was waiting for this musical duo when lockdown hit! A truly mesmerising twinning of music and storytelling of how a global communi…
Our unique tour sets out to inform and entertain as we take you into both the Old and New Towns, giving you a real sense of the two sides of Edinburgh; revealing some of the secret…
Safely stowed in a sewing box and found utterly by accident, join the cast of Miss Linsday’s Secret in the reading and exploration of love letters that have been hidden for over …
A hypnotic dreamscape.
She’s on her bed in her room staring at the ceiling.
Covering everything from history to religion and folklore, this walking tour is our original tour of Edinburgh’s medieval Old Town.
Join an adventurous young girl and her seafaring father as they reimagine the story of a tiny snail’s incredible trip around the world, inspired by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffl…
This is CITY.
Mr and Mrs Twit are nasty disgusting people who enjoy playing horrible tricks but, when the Roly Poly Bird visits from Africa, their whole world is literally turned upside down! Ad…
Angus Coutts, Michael Welch and Ralph Brown are three of the Scottish comedy circuit’s rising stars and are making their big return to the Edinburgh Fringe after multiple sell-out …
An immersive feel-good experience that comprises personal storytelling and comedy to tell a story about growing up and making a home in the world.
Join local tour guide Hannah Mackay Tait for a 3-hour walk through Scottish LGBTQ+ history.
Show about family, taking risks, and embracing change.
Michelle’s second solo show and sequel to 50% Canadian, 100% Crazy, Let’s Laugh.
From baseball to outer space, the American (In) Tent revue show is a lively event chock-a-block with all sorts of perspectives on current American life.
Fresh from winning a Silver Standard Bank Ovation Award at the South African NAF, (Extra)ordinary, (Un)usual is coming to the Edinburgh Fringe! This monologue showcase written by A…
You are on an island.
Join Mr Dilly and MacMillan Children’s Books on a joyous journey to the magical world of Wonderland, where nothing is as it seems! Celebrating 150 years of Lewis Carroll’s Thro…
One man’s quazary expensive, time-consuming quest to become the Global Taskmaster Champion.
Come forth for a cautionary tale venturing through ancient history to modern masculinity; welcome to Mediocre White Male.
Discover the sinister side of Edinburgh’s Old Town from villains to aristocracy; slums, prisons, execution sites, and the architecture of its famous sons.
Take an intriguing and entertaining stroll with our guide as you investigate some of the old wynds and closes on the Royal Mile, which are steeped in a sometimes violent and bloody…
Through storytelling poetry, this show transports you back to Westeros to narrate a different version of the Game of Thrones story.
The Neil Diamond Story follows the tale of the boy from Brooklyn through to becoming one of the most popular singer-songwriters of all time, selling over a million records worldwid…
Jamie’s great passion has always been mountaineering.
Two shows only! Fringe favourites and Olivier Award-winning improvisers, The Showstoppers, take your kids’ ideas and transform them instantly into interactive musical adventures.
25 years since the premiere of ‘Toasting The Lassies’, does the costume still fit? Can she still hit the high notes of Ae Fond Kiss? Gill Bowman revisits the material and wonders i…
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.
Travel – always exciting, especially when the man of your dreams pops up to join you.
Using elements of theatre and storytelling to take us on this touching and inspiring journey, Natalie, a caseworker, embarks on a quest to unravel the injustices experienced by a b…
Join Frank, Dean, Sammy, Peter and Joey for the last great showbiz party.
Broadcaster Mark Stephen and singer/songwriter Gill Bowman look beyond the haggis and tartan to the real Scotland; stories, secret places and iconic songs.
Dare you visit the world’s most haunted and paranormally active location? Once used by hellfire clubs, witches, body snatchers, prostitutes, criminals, plague victims and frequente…
Celebrating Hamish Henderson’s recent centenary.
After previous successful runs at Edinburgh, Adelaide and Brighton Fringe, follow Dolly’s incredible journey from the Smoky Mountains to her arrival as the Queen of Country.
Based on his book My Camino Walk – A Way to Healing, the author takes you on his life-changing journey through the mythic landscape on the ancient pilgrimage route of the Camino …
Fresh off a successful, sold-out, Off-Broadway run, this show will inspire you, make you laugh and will tug at your heartstrings.
Following countless sell-out shows at Edinburgh Fringe 2019, this five-star show takes you on a guided tour through Nashville so you can experience how Music City influenced the wo…
An atmospheric storytelling experience in Edinburgh’s largest network of 1700s Old Town underground vaults where the poor and destitute lived.
An international sell-out show taking you on a nostalgic journey through the career and music of these two legends.
Experience all the hits from one of the world’s most successful duos in this nostalgic and informative trip down memory lane and through the lush soundscape of The Carpenters.
A nostalgic celebration of Fleetwood Mac, who have sold over 120 million records.
Following a sell-out run at Fringe 2019, Back To Black returns to take you on a moving yet energising journey through the career of a modern legend.
Elsa and sister Irenie (The McTaggart Sisters) showcase a rare opportunity to hear these two highly acclaimed singers/songwriters/multi-instrumentalists come together in a fusion o…
An uplifting comedy confessional hosted by Nancy and Baz Ashmawy, Irish mother and son stars, of Sky One’s Emmy Award-winning TV show – 50 Ways to Kill Your Mammy.
Dirty Dancing is firmly etched into the memories of the 80s generation, a symbol of 80s culture defined by its unforgettable scenes featuring watermelons, that infamous lift and th…
UK premiere: from his years as the visionary in one of the most successful duos through to his many solo hits, travel through one of the greatest back catalogues of all time.
Feel like everyone in your life has their shizzle together while you can barely function as a moderately competent adult human? Feel all you do is pretend? Feel like a fake? Impost…
Sexy and subversive, audacious and hilarious, this one-woman show puts a knife in the back of traditional fairy tales.
Come along to this fun, fast-moving, creative and joyous production of an original take on the story of Blackbeard.
Multi-award-winning show taking you through the life and music of the record-breaking superstar, from her humble beginnings in Nutbush through to her crowning as the Queen of Rock’…
This year’s show is all about why I cancelled last year’s show.
Multi award-winning comedian Kiri Pritchard-McLean (Have I Got News for You, Live at the Apollo, 8 out of 10 Cats, Frankie Boyle’s New World Order) is back with her fourth full-len…
Olivier Award-nominated Wizard Presents has created an entertaining, interactive and imaginative production based on this timeless classic.
After total sell-out Edinburgh Fringe runs in 2018 and 2019, In Loyal Company returns in a bigger venue for 2020.
Four years ago, Aaron gained a nickname based solely on being in a wheelchair.
Baker (GameDay Warm-Up and Glory Hunters co-host on talkSPORT) is Devonshire and proud.
Life coming at Ivo ever faster; Ivo trying to respond ever funnier.
Angela Barnes (Mock The Week, Live At The Apollo, 8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown and chair of BBC Radio 4’s The News Quiz) has good intentions but trying to live your best life, a…
‘Giantess is a heartfelt and hilarious triumph.
What do we make with our lives? An artist worries his work has lost its way.
A new hour of stand-up from the biggest wee fanny in Scottish comedy.
As stand-up comedy’s fourth shortest comedian, Jo is concerned that disability is getting a bit too “cool”.
Born and bred in Manchester and just your atypical northern bloke, Josh Jones is taking the circuit by storm.
After sell-out runs at the Fringe in 2017 and 2018, Tom Lucy has appeared on a number of TV shows (Stand Up Central, Roast Battle, Live At The Comedy Store, Stand Up Sketch Show) a…
After total sell-out Edinburgh Fringe runs in 2018 with In Loyal Company, and 2019 with Fragility of Man, David William Bryan returns with a brand-new psychological drama for 2020.
From Dave’s Funniest Jokes 2019 runner-up comes a comedic journey of self-discovery exploring the benefits and pitfalls of both fitting in and standing out.
Award-winning show from critically acclaimed Irish stand-up Andrew Ryan.
After an outstanding premiere at VAULT 2020, farmers-turned-entertainers David and Sam are ploughing up to Bristo Square with their rambunctious comedy spectacular decorated with t…
‘Dazzling, inspired, perfectly observed.
When you type ‘George Lewis’ into Google, the suggestions that follow are pretty boring.
The remarkably funny and true story of actor Nigel Miles-Thomas putting on the first-ever Pantomime in Los Angeles in 1991.
This tour takes you to Edinburgh Old Town’s two most bone-chilling locations.
Hear tales of how the poor and unfortunate lived in terrible slum conditions where disease and death were commonplace.
Dark as the devil’s heart, our haunted underground network of vaults from the 1700s will stimulate and excite your senses as the sinister history of these former slum dwellings, on…
A guided walking tour that will visit our medieval torture exhibition to see instruments from the Nuremberg and Bamberg Castles in Germany dating back to the late 1500s and early 1…
A Tribute to Arthur Conan Doyle, the Man Behind and Beyond Sherlock Holmes with a discussion by New York author, Elizabeth Crowens and Tania Henzell, a relation of the Doyle family…
From a very young age, Nicola has been determined to prove to her four older siblings, and the world, that she is more than just a little sister.
The devil went down to Edinburgh and was defeated by five local boys in fierce fiddlin’ combat.
Based on the classic 1956 short film by Albert Lamorisse, the award-winning Lucky Dog bring their brand-new show to Edinburgh Fringe.
Danish storyteller Svend-Erik Engh and Scottish musician/singer Neil Sutcliffe share a story inspired by the Viking’s arrival in Scotland.
Lily and Alissa met on the Soho Theatre Stand-Up Lab in 2018 and quickly bonded over their love of expensive candles and the fact that they were both complex, three-dimensional wom…