Stand-up comedy showcase produced by Los Angeles based stand-up comic Kirk Smith.
15 years as a touring comic has weaponised Jacques’ ability to sum people up on sight.
The campaign to make Luke Wright the new Poet Laureate starts here.
Cult comedy spoken word artist Robert Garnham returns to the fringe.
One of London’s hottest improv teams returns to the Fringe to bring you an hour of comedy inspired by music.
Through wine, laughter and tears, Louise explores the pressures of life and love.
Improv Cage Match pits two improv teams against each other, with the audience declaring the winner.
Dave Maher was almost unplugged from life support during a month-long coma.
What do you do when you have a best mate who’s so sad he might die? Especially since your friendship is built around a mutual appreciation of 90s hip hop, borderline alcoholism and…
Shetland comedian Marjolein Robertson weaves through time with jokes, anecdotes and storytelling.
Middle-aged, middle class, white, British male.
Single Comedians trying to impress you. Part dating show, part cabaret. All acts are single and wanting to meet you! Remember – what happens in Edinburgh, stays in Edinburgh…
As seen on BBC One.
In association with PBH’s Free Fringe, veteran chanteuse Woodstock Taylor and her band of aging gits, Dai Lowe, Bev Wright and Max Scratchmann, bring their mixed bag of songs, poem…
Los Angeles based stand-up comedian Kirk Smith has performed in over 1,000 venues on five continents.
There’s a fine line between the sublime and the ridiculous.
Hi! I’m American comedian Chris Laker.
London’s hottest improv group bring their hilarious comedy back to the Fringe.
New Zealand’s foremost comedy singer-songwriter, when ranked alphabetically, presents original comedy songs.
Award-winning comedian Aidan Greene never liked horror films.
Welcome to the Good Life! A split-bill stand-up comedy show from two fun-loving, good-time-having, honest to goodness proper cute comedy lads.
A stand-up show about a stolen camera, what was on it and what it represents.
From the Burds that brought you Bawsoot Theatre – inspired by Dylan Thomas’s Under Milk Wood, Moonlight On Leith is a love letter to Edinburgh’s wayward daughter.
Canadian comedy veteran David Tsonos returns with his sequel to his solo show 2015 Walking the Cat.
Ever wondered what might happen if Queen Victoria met Genghis Khan? In this totally improvised comedy, the audience choose which chapters of history they want to see rewritten.
With his high energy delivery, natural comic ability and overall friendly vibe, Joseph Parsons (as seen on Channel 4) will share his uplifting account of the ups and downs of disco…
The ‘biggest spoken word night in London for women’ (Evening Standard) makes its Edinburgh Fringe debut.
Halfway through David Tsonos’ tedious and rambling show, a former boyfriend, one of the many trotted out as a manifested recollection from the trio of bridesmaids, appears before…
The end of the world is nigh.
Harriet Dyer (BBC Live at the Fringe, BBC Ouch, BBC Radio 4 Extra and that idiot that didn’t cook her chicken on ITV’s Dinner Date) for purposes of this show is Detective Dyer.
Hilarious and horrifying true story of a simple poet’s bus journey with a body-mutilating beheading bandito.
Marlon’s a Jew.
Escaping his war poetry homework, a schoolboy re-enacts the movie 300 to the spirit of Wilfred Owen.
Single comedians from around the Fringe will try to laugh their way into your… hearts in this unique and fun-filled compilation cabaret show.
Comedy man Alastair Clark returns to Edinburgh with a wonderful and ridiculous show of jokes, props and content.
London’s hottest improv group present an hour of hilarious, fast-paced improvised comedy.
Back by popular demand following last year’s rousing success.
This show is for people that like jokes.
TLB (three lovely boys) seek EP (entire planet) for friendship and maybe more.
He’s back! The Amused Moose People’s Champion returns with another hour of upbeat, fast-paced and hilarious stand-up.
Debut hour from charming Welsh comedian Phil Cooper, soon to have his comedy special on Welsh language television.
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