Beta Test

Beta Test

This show will be hilarious and moving and energetic and tearjerking and heartwarming and most of all: made up completely on the spot! We are an improv group from Stanford University in California!  

Kimono My Comedy Show

Kimono My Comedy Show

An hour of stand up comedy from one of Ireland's best joke writers. Award-winning comedian Martin Angolo brings his second full-length show to the Fringe. Laughter is guaranteed in this show made up of unrelated jokes and absurd observations... 

We Should Know Better

We Should Know Better

Sikisa (BBC New Comedian 2017 finalist) and Adrian (who was cut out of the TV show The Night Manager) should know better by now. Despite having their head on straight, Adrian keeps repeating mistakes from his twenties and Sikisa keeps finding herself in sticky situations (literally)... 

Katie Pritchard: Tsunamiramirami

Katie Pritchard: Tsunamiramirami

Like the most watery of weather conditions, Katie Pritchard is washing over the surf boards of comedy, crashing into the sandbanks of genre and dropping a sturdy wave onto the beach house of musicality... 

Keith Fox is... Here and Now?

Keith Fox is... Here and Now?

Irish comedian Keith Fox returns to Edinburgh with another solo stand-up show. From pant-wetting school days, to mindfulness over a pint; this show is one man's battle to make sense of things... 

Action Figure Archive With Steve McLean

Action Figure Archive With Steve McLean

Steve opens his old toy box and rediscovers your faves from He-Man, Transformers, Star Wars and many more (about three more). Remember when toys were better? Your memory might be playing tricks on you... 

The Selkie: A Song of Many Waters

The Selkie: A Song of Many Waters

The seal woman’s skin has been stolen, stranding her on a reef of rage and tragedy. Can she find her true home, freeing her voice? Fay Roberts (Other Voices, Hammer and Tongue, Allographic, Spoken Word Artistic Director for PBH’s Free Fringe) navigates a modern mythological sea journey in poetry, storytelling, and music... 

Prune

Prune

Prune the bouffon is the shrivelled and bitter product of a break-up, birthed from the pain of Serena Flynn’s ex cheating on her with webcam girls. Anarchic, grotesque and a bit nuts; this oversexed, outspoken bouffon playfully parodies gender performance and ridicules her own heartbreak... 

Ugly Babies Make Me Laugh

Ugly Babies Make Me Laugh

Back from a fantastic run in Australia, where he was reviewed as 'Truly terrific' (Melbourne Herald, George Zacharopoulos), is back with a questionably titled show defending accidental racism, attacking pigeons and advising what to do in a plane crash... 

The Show Between Shows Show

The Show Between Shows Show

New for 2017! Not featuring televised comedians or Fringe legends, just friendly unknowns being friendly. It’s like that feeling of getting into bed with clean sheets after having an effective shower. 

Tash Goldstone and Sam Lake: Queens

Tash Goldstone and Sam Lake: Queens

Tash Goldstone and Sam Lake are queens. Serving you a regal stand-up showcase from two up-and-coming stars of the circuit. Do you wear rucksacks in nightclubs? Do you struggle to think of the best biscuit-based chat up line? Do you need to learn a thing or two about... 

Paul Savage is Set to Self Destruct

Paul Savage is Set to Self Destruct

Paul Savage gets himself into good places, and then blows it all up. Join him as he explores this capacity for self-sabotage (with jokes). 'Genuinely brilliant, an all round hoot' (Guardian)... 

The Twins Macabre: Double Feature

The Twins Macabre: Double Feature

As featured on BBC Three and BBC Radio 4, horror-comedy duo The Twins Macabre return to the Fringe with not one, but two shows! Witness the 10-year-olds in their murderously manic sketch cabaret, Playtime... 

Polaris

Polaris

What happens when you’re in London alone at Christmas for years on end? PBH Free Fringe's Polaris explores one woman’s search for community in the face of chaos through spoken word...