Orange Claw Hammer return to the Fringe, resuming their mission to re-work the music of Captain Beefheart for the 21st Century, and showcasing their second CD, New Beef Dreams! Tun…
A smorgasbord of Frank Zappa classics hand-delivered by those finest purveyors of conceptual continuity, Pygmy Twylyte! Expect pickles, poodles, dental floss, muffins, snowballs an…
Hot girl summer is finally here and Eleanor Conway is ready for some post lockdown dating – she’s Vaxxed and Waxxed (and ready to climax!) Join her for a TMI post-pandemic catch-…
Veteran comedian Jack Dennis brings his unique brand of comedy.
Of course, this show will be based around Attila’s powerful, poignant, personal, political performance poetry – still evolving after 37 years.
The acclaimed hit podcast Book Shambles, recorded in front of a live audience! Hosted by Robin Ince who‘ll be joined by a different amazing guest each show.
New and improved for 2018! If you think you’ve seen it before, look again.
Very much doing what it says on the tin, Freeviously is the revival of last year’s show, Up The Stand.
After the success of the First Annual Black Comedy Showcase, we’re back – bigger, better and blacker.
Chris O Neill presents the increasingly annual showcase of excellent Irish talent.
Brexit, Trump and a diagnosis of bladder cancer.
The no-two-shows-the-same, expectation defying Fringe classic that never actually starts.
Offbeat one-liners, flights of fancy and a totally absurd storyline from surrealist fool and NATY 2013 winner, Paul F Taylor.
Come and join adulthood denier James Farmer (writer for Have I Got News for You, 8 Out of 10 Cats and Never Mind the Buzzcocks) for his debut solo hour.
Pippa Evans returns from winning an Olivier (Showstopper! The Improvised Musical), some bits on TV (Drunk History, Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled) and a sitcom on BBC Radio 4 (Josh H…
Join James (writer for 8 Out of 10 Cats, Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Have I Got News for You) as he worries about worrying too much, about worrying too much.
Pippa Evans is probably the most infectious person you’ll meet at this year’s Fringe.
The Story of Medieval England From 1066 to 1485 at Roughly Nine Years and Two Jokes Per Minute Incorporating The Hundred Years War as a Football Match and of Course Scottish Indepe…
Patrick Turpin cuts a vulnerable figure on stage, baring his soul (and, without giving too much away, his nipples) to the world in his debut hour that delves into childhood memorie…
Pippa Evans has something of the music hall about her - and thankfully, by that I don’t mean dubious mother-in-law jokes and a touch of old fashioned racism.
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