A highly anticipated brand-new hour from comic legend Frank Skinner (‘King of stand-up’ (Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard)), following his sell-out hit Showbiz.
He’s back – and unstoppable.
A mixed-bill comedy, cabaret and variety show to celebrate the life of maverick producer David Johnson who died in 2020.
It has been a period of upheaval and uncertainty with COVID and the political situation.
Fresh from a sell-out tour, star of BBC’s The Blame Game, Fighting Talk and The News Quiz, Neil Delamere returns to Edinburgh with a brand-new show.
Hot off the heels of his critically acclaimed Netflix special, Phil’s bringing his highly infective British-Malaysian variant of comedy to the Edinburgh Fringe once more.
On the heels of her highly acclaimed West End tour de force Liza Pulman Sings Streisand, Fascinating Aida’s Liza Pulman returns with her brand-new show and album, The Heart of It.
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).
He’s been on the road since February, played three sold-out nights at London’s iconic Hackney Empire and now Ol’ Broken Pancreas is charged up and ready to flick the switch on even…
‘Five stars are not enough to do it justice!’ ***** (Daily Mail).
Timothy Pope is looking through his telescope – but wait, is that a Shark, in the Park!? From the creative team behind the Hairy Maclary show – see all three of Nick Sharratt’s…
Earth is dying.
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…
America’s Got Talent semi-finalist Dom Chambers makes his Fringe debut with the magically titled Fake Wizard.
The Crowd Show is a comedy/theatre/spoken word show about crowds by award-winning writer, actor and podcaster Rob Auton.
Award-winning comedian and actor Michelle Brasier (Netflix’s Aunty Donna, Double Denim) debuts her critically acclaimed show.
My mother died in March 2019 and of course it was sad and grief can be tough sometimes, but I saw a lot of funny in that too.
Here he comes, trotting back onstage with all of the misplaced confidence of a waiter with no pad.
They’re back at last! Britain’s greatest cabaret trio return with their smash-hit show guaranteed to put ‘a massive smile on your face and a spring in your step’ (Scotsman).
Winner: Best New Comedian, Panic Awards (2019).
‘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…
BriTANick is an American sketch comedy duo made up of Brian McElhaney and Nick Koche, and they quickly assure us that their name (a combination of ‘Brian’, ‘Nick’ and ‘Ti…
1967, Susan, a runaway from a troubled home, escapes her past by hitchhiking to LA.
British-Lebanese comedian Isabelle Farah’s sell-out Edinburgh Fringe 2021 show Ellipsis later transferred to the Soho Theatre and was listed by Chortle in the Top Ten shows of 2021…
Join queer cabaret icon Aidan Sadler as they take you on the award-winning journey to Tropicana! Nothing is safe from ridicule so be led on an exploration of body image, heteronorm…
An exhibition of remarkable stone sculptures from new and established Zimbabwean artists.
Award-winning physical comedian Tom Walker has written a love letter to the sport and spear that share a name: the humble javelin.
Uptight and unlucky in love, Felix is the ‘mate of honour’ for his best friend’s wedding.
New Perspectives presents The Great Almighty Gill.
With a forensic talent for pinpointing the precise foibles, flaws and faults of a character and an uncanny capacity for evoking their vocal DNA, Jon Culshaw gives new life to one o…
As we all know, COVID was invented to stop people from enjoying live music, but now Two Hearts are here to help us recover from two years of silence.
For the last eighteen years Out of the Blue has built a vibrant reputation as one of the finest acapella groups at Edinburgh.
Picture the scene: Fashion week.
Here he comes again, trotting on to the stage with all of the misplaced confidence of a waiter with no pad.
Joanne McNally; sweetheart, nightmare and Dublin Fringe Best Performer nominee returns to Edinburgh with her new show.
This musical theatre applies a double-structured storyline to interpret contemporary understandings of Tang Xianzu, known as Shakespeare of the East.
“Is it a stand-up show, is it a rally?” Nish Kumar certainly blurs the boundaries between the two.
We all have a nationality.
Join Mr Bubbles with his extraordinary soap bubbles in all shapes and sizes! Enjoy bouncy bubbles, bubbles inside bubbles, smoke bubbles, square bubbles, giant bubbles and even fir…
We miss Robin Williams.
Join Mia, Jacus, Twinkle and their nursery rhyme friends at the world premiere of a brand new live show.
A classic retelling of Shakespeare’s tragedy, this piece is brought to us by Guy Masterson, TTI in association with Maverick Theatre Co.
Smokescreen Productions is supporting the work of Amnesty International through its new work, Judas, at Assembly Blue Room.
One-man sketch (but good).
Meet the pals – Pete, Andy, Linda and Sue – in a hit new comedy based on the true story of Brummy council estate mates, from the sixties to the noughties.
Irish-born Phyllis was one of only two New Zealand women ever to have been honoured with France’s highest decoration, the Légion d’Honneur, for extreme bravery in WWII.
James returns with his most ambitious show to date – an epic, thought-provoking stage spectacular celebrating the 1000 great lives that shaped history.
Rarely is a title so apt.
1979, a beach in Brazil, a drowning man meets a mysterious woman who cajoles, questions and flatters him into defending the indefensible.
Most of you are probably reading this review on a portable device right now.
A one-man variety mash-up of story, song and stupidity.
The legendary Ghost Whisperer Séayoncé is lubed up to mystic it to you in this dragtastic séance! Enter the depths of the spirit world to see how far Séayoncé will go to get w…
Motherhood: the most celebrated and exploited condition of human existence.
“Nothing makes a woman feel more like a girl than a man who sings like a boy.
Susie McCabe strolls on stage, observing that she’s never felt more like a sex worker since being crushed inside the shipping container that is Assembly’s Blue Room.
Noise Boys, playing at the Assembly at George Square, is an exhilarating evening of tap, beatbox and music that you and your entire circle of friends can’t miss.
You want to know how the tricks work, but this show will reveal how a magician thinks! John Accardo may be one of America’s rising young talents, but he’s been performing for over …
Welcome to Pamela’s Palace.
‘Indubitably good news.
‘HELLO EVERYONE IT’S YOUR AUNTY HERE.
Zimbabwean artists make some of the best stone sculptures in the world.
Timothy Pope is looking through his telescope – but wait, is that a Shark in the Park!? From the creative team behind The Hairy Maclary show – see all three of Nick Sharratt’s …
The comic legend and 1991 Comedy Award winner returns to Edinburgh, performing 60 minutes of fresh material ahead of the launch of his new tour show Showbiz this autumn.
Unbelievable Science is an interactive science show for the whole family, where experiments take place right before your eyes! Captivating chemistry! Phenomenal physics! Bonkers bi…
There’s only one person who could compel people from their homes on a day when the rain is coming down in sheets and thunder crashes less than three Mississippi’s away.
Join comedians Ellie Gibson and Helen Thorn as they celebrate the scummier side of parenting, from drinking wine at teatime to hiding from the PTA.
Returning to the Fringe for another year Thrones! The Musical Parody is exactly what it says on the tin.
The international smash hit returns! A phenomenal physical performance exploring all forms of rotation, 360 Allstars connects street with elite in a supercharged urban circus.