Bitch Night is Edinburgh’s premier female and man-bitch friendly variety night, returning monthly with a spectacular lineup to Cabaret Voltaire!
Bitch Night is Edinburgh’s newest female friendly (man-bitches too) variety night!
You want stories? JoJo has a lifetime’s worth.
This show has a bad title.
Jim Higo and Miki Higgins present their double act poetry, comedy and sketch show which is intended to be ‘a satirical look at culture and the arts’.
Dominic Berry takes us on a personal journey in his spoken word show inspired by the world of online gaming.
Alastair Clark is not getting better.
Third show from the guy who makes all the comedy with Turtle Canyon Comedy and supported James Acaster on tour.
We’ve all got to eat.
Nonsense at noon from the loveable loon, Tim Shabababa or whatever his name is.
An hour of fresh stand-up from everyone’s favourite utterly unpronounceable Irishman.
The festival’s silliest panel show returns for its sixth Fringe! With special guests every day – previous guests include Miles Jupp, Tom Green, Henning Wehn, Joe Lycett, Matt Ric…
Stand up poet Stan Skinny brings up his 2nd show after ‘Tesco chainstore massacre’, Love cynic Stan, tries to grapple with what love is through poems and stories.
Dave Pickering takes us on a personal journey through gender as he tries to explain masculinity both to you and to himself.
Strap in, it’s joke time.
Maxine (RTE, BBC R4, Embarrassing Mother, Invisible Woman) plans to move back to the UK after raising sons in Ireland.
The beginner’s guide to surviving the Apocalypse, or at least the months between seasons five and six.
Come join Brimson and Wilson, purveyors of the finest comedy for men and women since the year 2000, as they present to you a veritable cornucopia of fun-filled frolics, sketches an…
Michael Fabbri delivers an evening of too much information that lives up to his title.
The Eurozone is in meltdown.
Theatrically interesting in the most accessible of ways, Paul F Taylor opens the show in the guise of an infomercial, claiming to be taking pills that cure him of his comedy lifest…
For any unassuming
festival goer in search of a laugh, there are a whole host of shows willing to
part him from ten scottish pounds and provide no such thing.
Award-winning comedian and failed Buddhist monk Sam Brady explores his ongoing struggle to be a good person and asks why kindness is so undervalued.
Ben Champion is turning into his dad.
‘And you will be hanged by the neck until you are dead’.
Famous comedian Russell Brand thinks you shouldn’t vote.
As seen on Russell Howard’s Good News, the award-winning, Perrier-nominated, Amused Moose Top 10 Comedy Show 2013, ‘gifted comic’ (Sunday Times) returns with a new show about l…
Prequel is a frolicsome and poignant stand-up show from hotly tipped lovely lad Tom Toal (Eye Spy, Channel 4).
Have you been mis-sold PPI? Me neither.
More amusing meanderings from the star of BBC Radio 4’s James Acaster’s Findings (not James Acaster), Radio 4 Extra’s Fresh From The Fringe, and 2013’s Amused Moose Laughte…
A character and storytelling show about life’s little losers.
Top-notch stand-up from Irish comedian and Bafta nominee Caimh McDonnell.
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