Shabbat shalom misfits, Reuben Kaye is back in town.
Join West End Producer as he auditions special guests for his Free Willy musical.
What’s better than a one-woman show? A one-woman show with a trapeze hanging from the ceiling, like Chekov’s gun over the mantelpiece.
You’d be forgiven for thinking that the Forest in question refers to the cast – a fourteen strong group of graduates from the Moscow Art Theatre School.
With First Impressions, Christina Bianco further cements her reputation as the First Lady of Impersonation.
Kaye dazzles, a heady combination of eyelashes and rhinestones, a force to be reckoned with as he greets each of his guests on the way in and on the way out of his show.
‘As David fights against Goliath, we live.
Written and performed by David Colvin.
The Electric Swing Circus is a six-piece live band fusion of classy 20s swing and stomping electro beats.
It’s never too soon to break out the Clash, never too late to submerge in the Beatles.
Black Ulysses awakens on an exotic island where he seeks refuge from a society rife with gun violence and oppression.
Journalist and author Misha Glenny has spent years courageously investigating the most dangerous and sophisticated organised crime networks around the world.
The UK’s number one jive and swing band, The Jive Aces are teaming up with the all-dancing, all-singing, all-tapping pinup darlings The Satin Dollz to bring you a swingin’ vintage …
Ian Stroughair delivers an hour of avante guarde post modern drag, with a voice so powerful he should require a license to operate it.
Chris Difford celebrates the release of his autobiography with some very special shows.
Last year Gadsby won every major live comedy award.
Tango-Korean music band, Gena Tango, presents a new look at tango through Korean eyes in a joyful musical experience that combines the urgent passion of Argentinian tango with trad…
Fresh from a sell-out international tour and smash-hit Live at the Apollo debut, Larry returns with a new hour of ‘unexpected and excellent’ **** (Times) thoughts on Scottishness, …
Cabaret’s international riot girl Carla Lippis finally brings her late-night, sleazy rumble to Edinburgh! Featuring the hottest hand-picked acts from across the fringe, plus a live…
Australia’s favourite feather-ruffling, rabble-rousing, cabaret anarchist and neo-punk diva, Yana Alana bares all in this bent night of blues, boobs and blame.
Stripped is a new beginning.
Introduced by Jacquie Storey – who once successfully auditioned for the group that later became Hot Gossip (and turned them down) – we first see a short video from The Kenny Ev…
Former Prime Minister and global cabaret superstar Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho is back – and this time she’s hosting a club night! There’ll be non-stop 80s hits from a non-st…
The title of Hegley’s show refers to his latest book, Peace, Love and Potatoes, a perfect example of the juxtaposition between the common and the conceptual found throughout his …
Have you ever been shat on by the blue bird? The great rebirth of public shaming continues to evolve.
There is a woman sprawled across the keys of a grand piano.
Reuben Kaye is a cabaret god; he’ll tell you so himself.
Tap into health! A rare, unmissable opportunity to dance with one of the world’s most engaging performers.
Ever woken up in the night screaming at the revelation that Bruno Tonioli is 61 and wondered what happened to your life? Daniel Norcross has.
The glitz, the glamour, the good times.
This quintet crosses international boundaries with its blend of Korean traditional instruments (strings and percussion) and western instruments (cello and piano).
Acclaimed crooner Mikelangelo (Black Sea Gentlemen, La Clique) takes on three great poets of rock’n’roll: Nick Cave, Tom Waits and Leonard Cohen, in a show filled with beauty, powe…
“Sleep deprivation is the new LSD” says Lady Rizo, after explaining how she’s gone from “smoky eye” make up to “sleepy eye” in a short 18 months.
Written by John and Gerry Kielty, Confessions of a Justified Songwriter takes us on a journey through the creative processes and struggles of writing music when chasing that elusiv…
In the aftershock of the Brexit referendum, what do the world’s funniest folk in comedy have to say about it and other world matters? Join us for one night only of International …
As a mournful cello plays, Sarah Gatzonis dances a playful ballet around three sturdy wine barrels.
Phil Nichol is a born entertainer.
Assembly’s Supper Club is up against the big, flashy late night circus revues and cabaret shows and sets out to compete with these by presenting many of the very best guest acts …
Naughty Cat is bored.
Grace is popular, successful and happy, loving her life and her hidden wild side.
An audience with Rodney Bewes.
Sell-out hit returns! Singer, pianist and entertainer Joe Stilgoe pays tribute to much-loved movies.
Penny Arcade is a force of nature and NYC’s undisputed underground queen.
An all female cast takes some of the classic soliloquies and scenes from Shakespeare’s work and deliver them in an almost cabaret, review format, with the addition of new contempor…
This double bill of new writing by Tom Coash brings us to Cairo, where we’re welcomed with dates and hookah pipes.
The Graduation Show is where BWC’s Fringe Improv Intensive Workshop students strut their stuff in a showcase performance having learnt long-form improv from the finest! Find out …
Award-winning Fringe favourite musical improvisers present an evening of spontaneous music, monologues, mayhem and hilariously insane fun.
John Lloyd: Emperor of the Prawns is billed as an hour of comedy, but turns out to be so much more.
“Gospel is the music of the soul” says Apphia Campbell midway through her romp into the music of Nina Simone.
For the first time, Die Roten Punkte’s Otto and Astrid bring their late night cult hit to Edinburgh! A ganz-toll line-up of musical comedy, variety and party game madness from Berl…
Melvin is a toe-tapping throwback to the golden era of song and dance men.
A brand new musical following the seemingly simple journey of a girl on a single Glasgow Subway car.
Calculating the stocks of our emotional economy, Smoke and Mirrors weaves acrobatic exploitations and high flying distortions to examine the contorted state of America in the pursu…
Fantastique and féline, Parisian cabaret star Isabelle Georges returns with her trademark soaring vocals, theatrical delivery and a stunning five-piece band.
A renegade Gameshow for the austerity generation.
It was an interesting prospect to
write about Dame Diana Rigg’s Edinburgh Fringe debut (at the age of
seventy-six), in which she muses on the role of the theatre critic.
American improv comedy troupe Baby Wants Candy are among the most familiar veterans of the Fringe.
The New Zealand Music Showcase is a great way to see some of New Zealand’s greatest artists here at the fringe.
Direct from London’s Hippodrome Casino, cabaret star Velma Celli presents an evening of all things fabulous and diva.
Christina Bianco has become a bit of a YouTube sensation on our shores with her fantastic renditions of female singers.
The Electric Swing Circus are a double female fronted six-piece bringing a mish-mash of art funk and ‘50s jive to the opulent halls of the Assembly Checkpoint.
Lady Rizo has quickly become a darling of the Edinburgh Fringe.
Alex Rossi and friends roll a mash-up of traditional blues, the swagger of hip-hop and the high energy of rock’n’roll into three funky hours of music. Special Fringe guests!
Joe Stilgoe and his excellent band create a wonderful atmosphere with their musical stylings, charming personalities, and atmospheric lighting.
Russell Kane sparks back into action with a new format, anchoring a podcast about various news stories from the last few days.
If you struggle to
believe that a grown man with a deep baritone can convince you that he is in
fact Madonna, be prepared to suspend your disbelief.
Grab your feather boas, slug down a bottle of Jack Daniels in
one and prepare yourself for this rocking, superb and moving show.
The first original musical from The Ruby Dolls is a triumph.
From the team behind the legendary Bongo Club Cabaret, the longest running and most successful late night variety show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, comes FLASH/BANG! Unlike a …
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