Sink is a poignant and fascinating drama about one of China’s greatest playwrights, Lao She; a man who wrote for his country and was once honoured as an ‘Artist of the peo…
A masked figure, all in white, carries the biggest drumstick you’ve ever seen and drops it on the biggest drum you’ve ever seen.
A three-man band from Adelaide, Australia, tell an odd and very random story of one man’s travels through spoken word and song.
To be fair to the Hummingbirds, I’m not really the right demographic for their show.
Sometime in between Jak Soroka cracking eggs on her naked body and Sam Reynolds dry humping someone in the audience, you realise nights at Dive’s C U Next Tuesday cabaret can get…
Blueswater go from strength to strength with their all new show, Queens of the Blues, focusing entirely on the often overlooked heroines of Blues music and taking us on an incredib…
Your best friend from school has been arrested for having a collection of child pornography on his laptop.
Four strangers survive the end of the world and end up stranded in a swan pedalo.
We Grew Up in the Back of a Van is a fun and energetic show with a big heart.
The Crick Crack Club’s Gilgamesh is a tour de force piece of storytelling.
Beauty & the Beast at Polka is a fun and vibrant production of a classic fairytale that boasts a beautiful set, wonderful costumes and some lovely effects delivering a visual treat…
Beasty Baby at Polka Theatre is great fun for all the family and a fantastic show to introduce the little ones to the world of theatre.
Rich Batsford’s Classically Chilled Piano is exactly that.
Angie Darcy returns to the fringe with her stellar tribute to and exploration of Janis Joplin.
From the creators of Vampire Hospital Waiting Room and GhostCop comes another cult pop culture theatre comedy show that once again gets its audience in hysterics.
The moment Jack Lukeman enters the stage, it’s clear this is going to be a fantastic show.
A haunting and
powerful adaptation of Madame Butterfly, Ramesh Meyyappen’s silent
movement piece about love, lust and loss is hauntingly powerful and will stay
with you long a…
Christine Bovill has returned to the Fringe once again to grace us with her incredibly heartfelt renditions of some of Piaf’s greatest songs, on the centenary of the icon’s bir…
Dan Haynes and Pete Richards of Bookends have returned to the Fringe to once again give us their mesmerising renditions of some of Simon and Garfunkel’s most beloved songs.
From award-winning and internationally acclaimed Irish theatre company Fishamble: The New Play Company, comes this extravagant one-man show.
Last year Chris Davis performed brilliantly in Drunk
Lion and garnered great reviews.
What a cracking show this is! What an utterly hilarious, ridiculous and relentlessly energetic show this is.
shadow looms heavily in Austin Pendleton’s play about the prolific director;
not only over the protagonist but over the entire play which whilst fascinating
Most people know at least the odd line from Samuel Taylor’s epic poem from 1798, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner.
Told through a journey into the comparable worlds of beauty pageants and dog shows, Victoria Melody’s Major Tom explores how easy it is to become obsessed with personal image and…
‘I took him to pumpin’ school, for the guys who are not so good with the chicas’ says Cuban Brothers’ frontman Miguel Mantovani of his newest and shyest member of the team,…
He’s not Nick Grimshaw! Russell Kane is a superstar entertainer who often gets confused for the Radio 1 DJ.
Different is Dangerous is a production from double team Nyla
Levy and Fadia Qaraman’s group Two’s Company.
Campy am-dram with a pre-school aesthetic, Edinburgh theatre
company, Cat-Like Tread’s The Pirates of
Penzance is likely to have you humming the Gilbert and Sullivan Songs but
Jeremy Hunt and Other Spelling Mistakes is a new comedy
sketch show from St.
Middlesbrough sketch-pros Heavy Petting put on a wacky and fast-paced comedy sketch show complete with a weird fetish for Batman, hitting people with hammers and totally authentic …
Jenan Younis is a surgeon with anger management issues.
The New Zealand Music Showcase is a great way to see some of New Zealand’s greatest artists here at the fringe.
Bridge Over Troubled Lager (Volume 2) from Rory McGrath and Philip Pope is an evening of easy listening funny tunes and mild jokes.
In the Pink are a young all female 10-piece a capella group who perform
variations of hit pop and hip hop.
In Napoli Mia!, Scottish performer and Naples familiar Phillip
Contini sings Italian songs from and about Naples and its people.
1 or 2 Things About Us
is a community production from Mixit Days, an inclusive theatre company who
work with disabled people and give them a chance to perform on the stage.
In Cat Stevens Reconstructed, New York vocalist Jess Abrams performs her own interpretations of Stevens’ classic songs, providing a mellow alto tone and interesting variations on…
Dean Friedman shot to fame in the late 70’s with the American hit Ariel in ‘77 and then Lucky Stars which made it to no.
First things first.
Whisky for Dafties is a mostly derisive overview of Scotch whisky
history and appreciation from whisky-swigging Scottish stand up Alan Anderson,
complete with whisky tasting, non…
An afternoon of Jazz from the Jazz Bar’s very own Jazz Trio; Ed
Kelly on double bass, David Patrick on piano and Bob Kyle on drums.
Gary Colman (no not that one) has been a strong force at the free fringe
for some time now and he certainly hasn’t dropped the ball this year round.
Nick Hall: Helmet is a splice of easy going, bittersweet stand-up from a man in his early thirties re-evaluating his life.
Irritating stand up from an irritating man.
Fleeced is an original comedy musical that tells the story of the made-up
ancient Greek hero Jersephules; a simple farm boy doted on by his parents.
New York, New York: A Toe-Tapping Journey through the Great American Song Book is just that; a fun night of swing and brass band favourites from Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Gle…
The Midnight Comedy Club features different comedians each night showcasing their talents.
Short Stories - True Song Tales from the American Edge is an acoustic solo
show from Kiya Heartwood, an award-winning American singer-songwriter.
Sophie Willian: Novice Detective is a stand up show homage to daytime TV detective programmes like Murder She Wrote and Poirot and when focused on these it’s about as good as you…
It’s the Late Night Dark Show - take that title as a hint.
It’s July 1st, 2017, precisely twenty years after China took back Hong Kong from the British.
After the success of her previous show, What Would Beyoncé Do?! Luisa Omielan has returned to Edinburgh with a brand new stand-up act, Am I Right Ladies? It’s a loud and crude t…
This tour is a brilliant way to explore the history of Edinburgh’s famous Royal Mile.
A two-hour and fifteen minute walk through Edinburgh’s city
centre, with a good coverage of the history of Edinburgh’s Old and New towns.
Part choral performance, part spoken word, Dreams of Peace and
Freedom charts the development of the European Convention of Human Rights,
reciting passages from one of its main c…
The John Conway Tonight show is an oddball comedy night that could be called A Comedian’s Descent into Madness.
Jim Holland is an introvert who likes hats and two-toned shoes.
Bill Clinton was one of America’s glowing presidents, a shining democrat
in the fashion of Jimmy Carter and even America’s beloved JFK.
Peter Straker’s arrived in Edinburgh ladies and gentlemen.
You’ve got to have a bit of a thick skin to go to Russell Hicks: Unprepared.
Twins Jack and Annie McGrath have put on a sketch show at the Edinburgh Fringe in a desperate bid to find their third, long lost brother.
Gooood Morning! Breakfast Baps with Witty Chaps starts at 9am.
One of the founding members of the Sex Pistols and co-writer of most of their iconic songs, Glen Matlock has arrived at the Edinburgh Festival for one week only for an evening that…
The Best of Edinburgh Showcase Show at the Cabaret Bar in the Pleasance Courtyard claims to be the longest running and most successful lunchtime show at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Dan Jones: New Kid is a character-based stand up show in which Jones’
hopeless characters try desperately to entertain and showcase their talents.
Shellshock! Improv Live! features a daring band of young performers improvising sketches entirely from audience suggestion.
Welcome to Edinburgh’s dark and dirty side.
In Brite Theatre's production of Shakespeare’s Richard III, Emily Carding stars as Richard but all the world’s a stage and the audience literally players in it - taking on the ...
John Conway is a wacky comedian all the way from Australia.
Kiya Heartwood is an award-winning American singer-songwriter who writes smart, funny and poignant songs about the famous and not-so-famous legends of America.
Cathy SK Lam is a writer, actor and director from Hong Kong.
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