Forget flowers, chocolates or even a home-baked cake.
A tongue-in-cheek, bursting-at-the-seams (literally), all-female musical cabaret troupe.
From the team behind the hugely successful Bongo Club Cabaret and the UK’s premier free variety night franchise, comes this epic family-friendly variety show, a generation in the m…
How far would you go to impress your future mother-in-law? Returning to the Fringe following his previous sell-out run, award-winning poet/teacher/battle rapper Mark brings a show …
The Man of Mischief makes his Fringe debut with a one-man variety show! Having headlined at large theatres and performed for the BBC, Mark brings you his full evening show.
If you remember MSN, getting your first DVD player and video game soundtracks from the 90s, then you won’t forget this show.
When Jess Green joined the Labour Party at university she doubled the number of members who met weekly in the Liverpool Philharmonic pub.
Diagnosed at a young age with an autistic spectrum disorder, Midwestern American comedian Anders Lee brings his signature, sincere and plainspoken manner to the stage as he recount…
Award-winning silliness for all the family from one of the nation’s most successful spoken word artists.
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…
The notorious space-pirate troubadours are back in orbit, bringing you a heady mix of story and song, leaving a trail of destruction and madness in their wake.
City Love provides an honest and hard-hitting look at relationships, starting with a chance encounter between two young London professionals on a night bus.
A dark comedy about a fag and his hag.
We all know Edinburgh Festival Fringe is filled with bizarre acts and Idea.
Following his successful runs at the Edinburgh and Brighton Fringes 2015 and 2016, Caspar returns to Edinburgh to perform more new and classic (invented by some of the greatest mag…
‘All I ever tried to do was help those girls!’ – Edinburgh is filled with horror, but not where you’d expect.
Oscar Wilde’s stunning way with words in his classic novel, The Picture of Dorian Gray, makes it a challenging piece to bring to the stage.
Dan Offen (Amused Moose semi-finalist) and Jonny Gillam bring you this slice of alternative comedy.
Travel across time from mod to rave to disco with Calling All Parties in a vivacious interactive theatrical and film experience.
Absence of Separation is a tender and evocative play about the frustrating search for the meaning of life.
Jason and the Argonauts is a no-scenery, no-prop, chorus driven piece of singing and silliness that charts the rise and history of the most famous group of strapping young men to t…
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