Shetland comedian Marjolein Robertson weaves through time with jokes, anecdotes and storytelling.
A stand-up show about a stolen camera, what was on it and what it represents.
Award-winning comedian Aidan Greene never liked horror films.
Kirsten Brown and Guy Woodhouse present the show Henry.
Hilarious and horrifying true story of a simple poet’s bus journey with a body-mutilating beheading bandito.
Top Australian comedian, Mick Neven, returns to Edinburgh with a brand new hour of world class stand-up comedy.
Marlon’s a Jew.
Improv Cage Match pits two teams of brilliant improvisers against each other as they battle for the affections of you: the audience.
Acclaimed storyteller Max Scratchmann celebrates seventy years of Indian independence from British rule and brings the lost world of the infamous Hooghly River Scottish colonies vi…
Los Angeles based stand-up comedian Kirk Smith has performed in over a 1000 venues on five continents.
With a face that shouts ‘Xmas’ but a soul that screams ‘Hanukkah’, Rachel Creeger has always felt like she has a foot in two worlds.
The end of the world is nigh.
Luke Stephen feels as though life is passing him by.
Runner-up Best Comedy Show Buxton Fringe 2017, Brain Rinse is a bizarre madcap, interactive sketch show starring you, the audience.
Can mindfulness offset the anxiety of insecure housing and jobs? How about animal GIFs? Lyrical, warm and funny poetry show about pop-psychology and trying to survive modern life w…
Three comics go head to head in a competitive carnival of silliness.
Join Some Kind of Theatre for this swashbuckling take on Shakespeare’s great Roman tragedy.
East London’s premier rapper of first world problems invites you to join his crew for a chart rundown of fist-pumping therapy for modern living.
Kieran Butler (Che Guevara on the Fringe, ****(Scotsman)) joins his favourite antipodean comedian, Sofie Prints, (Jesus was a Rape Baby) for the sequel to his sold-out cult hit, Au…
Eric, ‘intriguing and amusing’ (Chortle.
Tom Little won the Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2015, was a BBC Radio New Comedy Award finalist, and performed in both the Pleasance Comedy Reserve and Just the Tonic’s B…
Award-winning comedian Aidan Greene always wanted to meet the one, but his stammer always seemed to get in the way.
Why do we do traditions? Good question! You’ll find the answer and more in this show.
It’s just like the famous ‘bad guy’ scene in Scarface, when Tony Montana rants that iconic phrase, ‘You need people like me.
Back for its second year, Tom Short (Funhouse Champion of Champions 2014, Hot Water Best New Act Runner-Up 2014) presents short comedy sets from some of the best acts at the fringe…
Hot, new(ish) comedy trio are back in Edinburgh with a playful new sketch show.
Georgie Mac wants to be a hero.
Andy Quirk presents some of the finest fringe comedians performing their most triumphant ten minutes to amuse and encourage you to attend their full-length shows.
Ever wondered what would’ve happened if Rihanna had met Genghis Khan? What if Julius Caesar accidentally invented Snapchat? In this improvised comedy, the audience choose which cha…
Scottish Comedian of the Year finalist Marc Jennings talks about the struggles of life and the world from his perspective as a working class Glaswegian with an intellectual bent.
Shetland comedian Marjolein, as seen on BBC The Social, explores relations from all types, including familial, political and sexual (rude).
Melanie Branton is looking for a boyfriend.
An hour of upbeat stand-up from two thoughtful souls.
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