Feel the power of knees-up! Add your voice to the many and discover what singalong means in these interesting times.
Rosie shares Facts About Love from her own life.
The end of the world is nigh.
Careering from his glittering ex-career as an incomparably successful composer/performer on Broadway, Reuxberre Bereré spends just one preciously distilled hour showcasing on the …
Join Rosie at Fingers Piano Bar for an afternoon of song and banter, with classics from musical theatre, cabaret and pop.
What artsy, liberal Fringe-goer cannot help but identify with the image of the sad clown – monochromatic, melancholic, unsure whether to laugh or cry – after the political few…
With catchy original songs, laughter and tears, Kai welcomes you into her world age 39.
Jack & Karen are sick and tired of playing second fiddle to Will & Grace.
Satirical song and shenanigans with The Creative Martyrs and special guests.
Hooray for Love follows the success of Nicky’s 2014 Edinburgh hit, Empty Nest.
Welcome to the wonderful world of The Fainting Couch, where high art meets old-school raucous cabaret.
Following his acclaimed 2013 singalong show Mister Meredith, joined by Miss Em and her West End lungs, brings his long-running London pub version to Edinburgh.
Stand-up poetry for the beat generation.
A raucous, fun-filled cabaret show dedicated to all the best things on the box.
Award-winning comedian and singer Sooz Kempner presents her first cabaret, a vibrant array of songs by the greatest composer in musical theatre: Stephen Sondheim.
Poems and jokes about why women and wordplay are tremendous whilst god and the patriarchy and DJ Steve Wright are much less so.
Expect shockingly good songs with a certain rude cheekiness and a few surprises. ‘A brilliant lady with a ukulele’ (Janey Godley).
Think dating a musician is all glamour? Think again – gloom-pop solo artist She Makes War takes you through 10 reasons it’s a terrible idea.
Alison Chabloz returns to the Fringe this year with bespoke music show Autumn’s Here, a refreshing blend of acoustic song and musical satire.
Kooky, french horn-playing, little Miss K from Massachusetts never imagined she’d become a 1950s-style blonde bombshell with shows in New York and Milan, and a residency at Ronni…
From Geek to Goddess is the musical, autobiographical tale of Kai Hoffman’s transformation from a geeky, small town gal into a glamorous, international showgirl.
In 1964, 12-year-old Marilyn declared she’d die if she didn’t see The Beatles play in Melbourne.
An uplifting musical cabaret, which will make you laugh and cry! The journey of a Mum rediscovering herself.
Comedian, music journalist (Guardian, Drowned In Sound, Quietus) and 90s throwback Marc Burrows joins gloom-pop indie star Laura Kidd AKA She Makes War, to celebrate the 20th anniv…
2014 Musical Comedy Awards finalist Laurence Owen sings troublesome songs of lust and bad manners.
Disney lied to Rebecca.
Barred from some of Las Vegas’ best known casinos, lounge singer and top career waitress Linda Lovin debuts her much awaited Edinburrow.
Music and poetry from Woodstock Taylor, friends and guests, back for a third year at Fingers.
Piano, Powerpoint and possibly the biggest finish on the fringe accompany a show that is equal parts bleak and hopeful.
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