For those unaware of Do the Right Thing, it’s a multi-award nominated panel show podcast recorded in front of a live audience.
At a time when making a name in the world of stand-up comedy is at its most difficult, 8 young hopefuls, whittled down from hundreds, came together to compete for the distinguished…
Despite claiming to encapsulate the very finest entertainment at the Fringe, this show is only average at best.
Magnus Betnér is not for the faint hearted.
The star of Jonathan Creek and QI returns to the stage in his first foray into the world of stand-up since 2001.
It’s very difficult to pull off a routine that focuses largely on lengthy rants whilst still retaining an audience’s affection, but Nick Doody manages to pull this feat off wit…
Tom Owen does well to capture the raw physicality of Beckett’s anti-hero in this new production of Krapp’s Last Tape.
Following last year’s acclaimed Edinburgh show Becaves, Doctor Brown returns for another hour of sublimely surreal alternative comedy.
Nick Helm returns to Edinburgh once again following last year’s highly successful Dare to Dream.
It’s impossible not to like Sam Fletcher.
Given the perpetual debate concerning the over-commercialisation of the Fringe that has been prominent this year, it is with a great sigh of relief that events such as the Malcolm …
Amused Moose has the unusual ability of being able to boast a harbouring ground not only for breaking talent, but also well established acts.
One of the most original and refreshing sketch acts to emerge in years, Sheeps have helped to reinvent sketch comedy.
David Longley’s opening skit is enough to put you off children’s television for life.
When one of the acts announced that this shouldn’t be called The Best of So You Think You’re Funny, but instead, Which Comedian is Free on a Week Night at 11.
Sam Simmons takes absurd comedy to new extremes in his latest offering All About the Weather.
Chortle has long been a staple for any keen comedy fan.
Olivier award-winning actor Julian Glover delivers a poignant performance in this new tragicomedy by Nichola McAuliffe.
Dr Ryegold returns to Edinburgh with a new show that wouldn’t be amiss on Radio 4.
Multiple acts collide in a variety show that combines some of the top names in sketch comedy.
Barry Ferns has made a considerable impression at this year’s Fringe with his numerous shows involving the moniker Lionel Richie.
Less a comedy show and more an inventive piece of storytelling, Michael Workman presents an immersive tale of love and freedom of speech.
Claudia O’Doherty isn’t your average comedian.
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