These two punchy Cambridge Footlighters prove their worth as a hilarious addition to the British comedy double-act scene in their new sketch show Studio 9.
Fresh out of a critically-acclaimed run in Cambridge, a highly talented troupe of student dancers and performers bring you a contemporary circus interpretation of the family classi…
This child-friendly adaptation is a very funny, high energy, big, bold and bright show that features colourful costumes, crazy characters and a large interactive screen so that nob…
Welcome to the final of the 28th year of the UK’s biggest and best comedy newcomers competition.
Abi Roberts’ Musical CID is the cult comedy confessional show delving into what big names in comedy have on their iPods! Funny, raucous and revealing, for four nights only! Which f…
Musical comedy troubadours I am, I am are back for one night only.
Join us for a gala night of comedy with a myriad of the biggest names on the Fringe coming together to raise funds for the Stroke Association in Scotland.
It’s just Proops and you.
Dramatic stand-up performance poetry accompanied by Wallace and Gromit creator Nick Park’s images.
How do comedians write? How has comedy changed in the last 20 years? Where is it going? Can anyone be a comedian? What is ‘funny’? Join Edinburgh’s top comedy acts at Liz Fra…
Gilded Balloon veterans Arthur Smith and Steve Frost take you on a tour of their old haunts (or what is left of them).
For centuries, he’s written for the biggest names in comedy. Now he’s 80, it’s time to get our own back. Join Baz and his special guests as we tear strips off a comedy legend.
This is the story and juxtaposition of the two most notorious British physicians of the 20th Century, Dr Harold Shipman and Dr John Bodkin Adams.
A stand-up comedy and beat box collaboration.
Jarred Christmas is laying his comedy smack down in the form of energetic storytelling, pumped full of jokes and banter.
Welcome to the Grand Final of the Gilded Balloon and Sketch Club’s exciting new competition to find the very best new sketch performers.
Murder, melodrama, maniacal mausoleum mayhem (that’s enough Ms Ed).
The first and only stand-up comedy competition for high school students at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe! Pioneered by Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Class Clowns lands o…
The Sea Child, adapted by Carolyn Sloan from her novel of the same name, is a tender and evocative play.
Universal Comedy is a Scottish Charity that changes lives through comedy.
I have returned.
Jo Brand returns to the Fringe to celebrate Gilded Balloon’s 30th Anniversary! Long established as one of the UK’s best female comics.
Three strangers trapped by fate.
Calling all PUNters! Pun Run is back and raising money for Scope with Gilded Balloon! Straight from its ongoing sell-out London run since 2011, the UK’s cult-favourite pun-based co…
Is who we are who we appear to be? Award-winning performer Juliette Burton’s been fat, thin and everything between.
Back is a clown show about anorexia.
Before he took to the stage, Tommy Tiernan took in some shows around Edinburgh.
How can you review Barry Cryer? He’s a British comedy legend, practically an institution.
Explosive from start to finish, E15 is verbatim theatre at its most exciting.
Imagine a quiz show accompanied by a live band.
Returning for a third year, Kids Do Forth on the Fringe presents a morning of some of the best names in children’s entertainment.
Last show ever – will sell out.
For one week only Alan will try to sift through the frazzled hollow mass of his head for new stories and jokes.
Welcome to the 28th year of the UK’s biggest and best comedy newcomers competition.
The original and very best late night comedy show presents its 29th year of unadulterated comedy mayhem! Expect the unexpected from the very best comedians on the Fringe! Comperes …
Forget karaoke! Join the Massaoke revolution.
Many people will of course know Christian O’Connell from presenting the Absolute Radio Breakfast Show of which he has been doing now for over 10 years and in his time on the stat…
See the very best of previous contestants and winners from the UK’s biggest and best comedy newcomers competition.
Winner of Laugh Factory’s Funniest Person in the World 2014; Finnish comedian Ismo brings his unique gift of seeing the hidden obvious to the Fringe.
Join festival favourite Stephen K Amos as he chats with guests hand-picked from the worlds of theatre, comedy and music.
A show for anyone who ever felt a little bit different growing up.
What better combination is there for a feel-good show than a group of men singing a cappella Britney and a book of alpaca facts? London-based singers and all-round fun guys, the Bu…
The Sons of Pitches took the Fringe by storm last year.
The Mac Twins return after last year’s sell-out run with the only DJ battle that gives the power-ups to the people! Identical superstar DJs, very different music tastes – enter a…
Word of advice: the four stars you see here are only for the brave at heart.
Storytape is a show recorded onto cassette.
‘When I’m on stage – it’s a party,’ quipped Bette Midler.
Dave Callan, Irish born Australian based comedian brings the sequel to last years must see comedy dance spectacular to Edinburgh.
It’s hard not to like Funmbi Omotayo.
According to Baudelaire, the greatest trick that the devil ever pulled was convincing the world that he didn’t exist.
Will Seaward’s smash-hit five-star ghoststravaganza is back for a second year with new tales and even more terror! Aaargh! Join Edinburgh’s most booming comedian on the stroke of m…
Winter Is Coming.
Creating a show focusing on the idea of regret is frankly an extremely brave one: regret be an extremely sad and prickly topic, something which Hill alludes to in the first five mi…
Patrick Monahan likes to boogie.
According to the press release, this year’s show is Will Durst’s “highly anticipated return to the Fringe after over a decade.
Two women on a stage: one in a black gown, one in a white gown; a modern day schoolgirl jihadi and a Victorian intellectual.
Ruaraidh Murray’s new play is a solid - though far from stunning - tale of a marriage turned very sour.
Expectations were high in a crowded Dining Room at the old Gilded Balloon, with a profusion of Scottish media lending support or checking out the latest and most challenging new wo…
Fringe shows based on the last twelve months of a comic’s life are not uncommon.
Inspired by the life of Nina Simone, the show follows a jazz musician and civil rights activist called Mena Bordeaux as she undergoes a spiritual cleansing following the untimely d…
Those little things that hold you back, awkward pauses and abashed hesitations of everyday life: the focus of Minor Delays.
In 1968 the Soviet Union sent the first tortoise into deep space.
Embracing all the great theatrical traditions of silent comedy and vaudeville, Funny Bones Trash is the best kind of children’s show.
Sparrow-Folk are Catherine Crowley and Juliet Moody - a female comedy duo who hail from Canberra, Australia.
Before I begin, the audience must be warned that I have not climbed any mountains, sailed round the world single-handed, nor made any scientific contribution to mankind’s knowledge…
An hour of uncompromisingly hilarious stand-up from ‘one of the best upcoming Scottish Comedians’ (List).
Will Seaward Has a Really Good Go at Alchemy is probably unlike anything you will have ever seen.
Lisa Gornick’s Live Drawing Show opens with an interesting and inventive premise: using the aid of drawing in real time to tell a story.
Justin is back to charm the Fringe.
We’re all a bit confused.
Take a walk on the wild side with comedian Lucy Frederick! An animal lover’s comedy dream! All are covered – ponies to porpoises! ‘Delightful!’ (BroadwayBaby.
Global warming, how bad can it really be? That depends on who’s asking.
Using only the bare essentials of a guitar, some toy instruments, and a few lighting changes, Jonny Awsum delivers an hour of musical comedy with plenty of laughs and the sort of t…
Fast paced, surreal, theatrical comedy from resident headliners at Noel Faulkner’s Comedy Cafe and Martin Soan’s PTOO, London.
Fight Back at 50 is the ultimate antidote to the mid-life crisis.
Little Swiss cat Pitschi doesn’t like the rough and tumble and mischievous fun of kitten play.
‘I could tell you anything I want and you would have to believe it!’ yells Mark Forward about twenty minutes into his show, as an invisible falcon perches on his arm.
The award-winning star of MTV’s Comedy Funhouse brings his debut hour to the Fringe in ‘a show rammed full of energy and laughs’ (Skinny).
‘Finding a partner’s like finding a job: you’ve got to put the work in’, says Maddy Anholt, and she would know.
This is a beautifully funny, and, in parts, heart-wrenchingly honest performance.
By the end of this show you will be able to pronounce Gearoid, rapidly exit any awkward conversation and even save a life .
Joanie Little is an honest, open and kookily sexy waitress working in Gabe’s Coffee Shop in Toronto.
When two particles collide – or bump together – they are forever marked by each other: inseparable, unified, joined at the hip, like star-crossed lovers whose destinies are hen…
Apples are the most important fruit in the world: think the Garden of Eden, the discovery of gravity, the advent of computers! Join Joe Hart (So You Think You’re Funny? finalist 20…
Ray Bradshaw is like a mate from home who’s gone on to make it big: he would look equally comfortable spinning comedic tales onstage and with a pint in his hand, laughing about s…
Noman’s Land is an autobiographical one-woman comedy about Natasha’s experiences as a gay, female journalist in Pakistan.
Science stand-up comedian, bestselling author and popular TV host Lieven Scheire will lead you in his own inimitable way from the Special Relativity of Einstein to the Belgians bei…
As you walk into Aisling Bea: Plan Bea you’ll see a morph suit, dancing frantically in what can only be described as unbearable heat.
Winner of the 2014 Primary Times Children’s Choice Award.
What Would Spock Do? is a well-packaged and lovingly-written show held back from greatness only by a loss of potential emotional depth.
‘Happy, original and surreal .
After sell-out solo shows and tours across Australia Neel returns for his second Edinburgh solo outing with Truth Be Told.
A dynamic fusion of rhythm and dance, Drum Tribe has arrived to transport you to the place where the glow of firelight meets the primal rumble of the South African heartbeat.
One Trick Pony is the follow up to the critically acclaimed mouthful of a fringe show, Adrienne Truscott’s Asking For It: A One-Lady Rape About Comedy Starring Her Pussy and Little…
Everyone has that one persistently irritating friend.
There’s been a murrrder! Some criminals put stockings on their heads, now Earth’s funniest Socks get their heads around crime.
Post-coitus: it’s that intimate moment of openness, where people say weird, wonderful and often brutally honest things.
When the kids grow up, and everything goes… tits down.
As the bombastic theme tune starts playing, waves of nostalgia roll across the audience.
Returning to the Fringe with another slice of slickly made sketch comedy, Hannah Croft and Fiona Pearce once more impress with cleverly structured and impeccably acted comic vignet…
If you are looking for the silliest Shakespeare at the Fringe, look no further.
Reviews have to be written in the context of the cost of the ticket, and while Amy Howerska’s debut stand-up hour is by no means bad per se, it never quite rises to a level high …
There are some terrible things happening in the world that only comedy can resolve.
Out she comes, toes pointed, slim legs scissoring the air, arms pressed stiffly to her sides.
Let the storyteller take you to a land of fables and wonder to explore some of the best fairy tales ever told.
This sketch show offers an hour of clean-cut and well-rehearsed comedy.
When hurdles try to stop us, when problems appear to be unsolvable, we seek something to help us carry on.
Al Porter Is Yours is the irreverent debut show from Ireland’s newest comedy star.
Emma (Serena Jennings) and Oli (Will Merrick) meet on a chaotic, booze-fuelled night out.
A deep familiarity with the beloved UK television star portrayed in the warm and witty solo comedy Victoria Wood + ME isn’t necessary to enjoy the vibrant impersonation of her by…
The show you’ve been waiting for! One man fights his involuntary mechanism for telling jokes at the worst times possible and tells them during this show which is the best time poss…
State-of-the-art magic fused with incredible science, from the scientist turned magician who was tutored by Penn and Teller.
Critically acclaimed off-Broadway and Vegas runs, two feature films, and now a long-awaited Fringe debut! An unforgettable hour of ‘dragapella’, a unique take on a cappella: stunni…
Alex Williamson possesses the confidence and charisma necessary for performing for large crowds, a man who grasps the essence of comedy with a promising career ahead of him.
John Steinbeck’s classic novella Of Mice and Men chronicles the unlikely and touching friendship between two ranch workers in pursuit of the American Dream during the Great Depre…
There’s a whole lot going on in Derby Day.
Jetting in from Toronto come clown sisters Morro and Jasp, masters of their craft and hilarious to boot.
Fresh Blood introduces two of the hottest new acts around! Described as one of Scotland’s top up-and-coming comedians, Christopher MacArthur-Boyd is joined by former Cambridge Foot…
If your life had a sequel, would it be better, or would you waste that second chance on a story with no soul? Malcolm Hardee Award nominee and Best Show winner Buxton Fringe 2014 p…
When you boast a cast of characters as diverse as Lucie Pohl’s new act it’s no surprise when the results are so mixed.
What makes the Oxford Imps special? They stop at nothing to ensure that every audience member is having as much fun as they are.
Jeff Green wastes no time in getting to the meaning behind the title, asking the ever-relevant question “What am I doing with my life?” Surely at 50, Green knows what he wants …
Acclaimed, award-winning stand-up with some thoughts on life now that he is older than Jesus.
Georgie Carroll’s nursing show guides you through 15 years of nursing on the front line, which proves that the nurses are oftentimes a lot sicker than the patients.
The seven-time sell-out comedy sensation returns to Edinburgh with an anarchic afternoon show for just about everyone.
George Egg has twenty years experience on the comedy circuit.
Welcome to the world premiere of Toren, the amazing new show from Sonics.
Dave Florez’s new play Angel in the Abattoir questions the role and even the possibility of the modern hero.
Aussie comic and Internet Superstar, Frenchy, has sold out every show he’s done in the last two years – so don’t let Edinburgh drop the ball! The world’s worst adult, Frenc…
Advertised as ‘A One-Woman Play With A Man In’, I had preconceptions about this show that involved transgender, cross-dressing, and insightful anecdotes about sexual orientatio…
Aussie Edinburgh favourites return with a killer new show.
Tar Baby is a show caught between two worlds, comedy and drama, poignant and silly, white and black.
This will be the most talked about event in Edinburgh history.
‘I took him to pumpin’ school, for the guys who are not so good with the chicas’ says Cuban Brothers’ frontman Miguel Mantovani of his newest and shyest member of the team,…
Welcome to the 27th Final of the UK’s best stand-up comedy newcomers competition! After the Gilded Balloon has scoured the nation in search of the best new comic talent, we are dow…
Universal Comedy is a Scottish charity that changes lives through comedy.
This special tribute to Tommy Cooper is a compilation of rarely seen material from his cabaret days and the very best of Cooper’s classic gags and tricks.
The Grand Final of the Gilded Balloon and Sketch Club’s exciting new competition for sketch and character performers.
Hobbit is an acclaimed beat boxer.
Kiss Me Honey Honey! appears to be attracting a decidedly local crowd of middle-aged women, at least if this performance is anything to go by.
TV personality Nancy Dell’Olio reveals her secrets to surviving with glamour: this is a woman who has never let fate smudge her make-up.
It was a shock just sitting down in the Stroke Association Scotland’s venue - on every seat was a leaflet telling us that one in six people in Scotland will suffer a stroke in thei…
It’s 1944 and the Red Cross have finally been permitted to visit Terezín, an internment camp for artistic Jews in Czechoslovakia.
Here’s the plan: exactly one hundred people come to the event.
Total sell-out 2012.
The Fourth Kipawa Comedy Fundraiser will bring together some of the festival’s regular stand ups including Stephen Carlin to showcase their gags and raise some funds for Kipawa.
The UK’s only pun-based comedy club hits the Fringe for one night only! All profits go to the charity, Scope.
This is a surprisingly intimate glimpse into the inner world of multimedia artist Nathan Penlington, with plenty of exciting decisions along the way.
Returning for a second year, Kids Do Forth on the Fringe presents a morning of some of the best names in children’s entertainment from this year’s Edinburgh Festival.
One of the brightest rising stars on the Scottish music scene, 23-year-old singer/songwriter Adam Holmes, with special guests.
A Scotsman, Englishman, Irishman and Welshman walked into a bar.
Three American stand-ups, and guests, bring American humour to our shores, and show us how to laugh… Sarah Tiana (Chelsea Lately, and the Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson), Co…
‘London’s ultimate interactive club night’ (Time Out).
See the very best of the previous contestants, runners up and winners from the UK’s biggest and best comedy competition.
Proops greets every guest that enters the theatre with a personal handshake, a touch that shocked and pleased the audience.
Adelaide Fringe winner, Best Children’s Presentation 2014 David Collins (The Upside Down Show and The Umbilical Brothers) will make every single child believe they are The Luck Chi…
At Bacchanalia, there are no rules, no inhibitions and certainly no curfew.
The original and best late night comedy show presents its 28th year of unadulterated comedy mayhem! Expect the unexpected from the very best comedy acts on the Fringe! And after al…
World class morning variety that rocks the whole family.
‘I am, I am’ are back with more jokes, joy and songs! Since their debut success
in 2012, they’ve graced BBC stages
and reached the finals of the
Musical Comedy Awards 2013.
If the Umbilical Brothers were part of your upbringing, you probably would have repressed it.
Fans of Barry Cryer – and there are legions of them – will adore this rambling stream-of-consciousness comedy show about nothing in particular.
Whenever I watch a Beyoncé music video and her incredible dance
routines, all I can think is ‘No normal person can move their body like that.
The Gilded Balloon’s So You Think You’re Funny is a comedy omnibus and competition, offering
little showcase slots for Fringe veterans and newcomers.
Charmingly shambolic, Comedy Countdown promises a night of outrageous arithmetic and wacky wordplay.
With so much improvised comedy coming to Edinburgh every year, it’s important to create a formula for a show that allows it to stand out from the crowd.
The late night live music-based game show from Rob Deering – ‘brilliant musical comedian’ (Time Out) – returns.
Scotland Stands Up is a very well meaning concept for a late night show: one where in the bustle of the biggest international arts festival, Scottish stand up comedians have a chan…
Mark Nelson instantly puts me at ease as he bounds onstage.
Aw yeeeeaaahhhhhh! Come along, its gunna be tops! Fast-paced observational stand-up guaranteed! ‘Every joke - and I honestly do mean every single joke - is genuinely, gut-busting…
The year is 1999 and Ernie Wise is in hospital, 15 years after the death of Eric Morecambe.
Boxman, the eponymous star of this one man show, is a lad, no doubt about it.
Apphia Campbell brings an all-encompassing presence to the stage during this solo performance.
Since forming in 2005 in Aberdeen, the Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre have performed internationally and on television around the UK.
Justin Moorhouse sets to throw himself at the forefront of the industry through what he does best: funny, and occasionally hard hitting, truths about everyday life.
Juliette Burton: Look at Me
is not entirely what I would call a comedy.
Needless to say, the selling point of Nathan Roberts’ show is its title
which promises an hour of ruthless satire.
This excellent one-man show from Mark Farrelly portrays the transformation of Denis Charles Pratt, born in suburbia, into Quentin Crisp.
The stage is adorned with a pair of angel wings, a velvet couch and a large book covered in sparkles with ‘My Life’ adorned on the front.
60% of emails sent are spam, and James Veitch turns this cyber curse into a comic blessing.
After a brief guest spot where he received a less than warm welcome by a vocally anti-American audience in 1999, Tom Rhodes is back in Edinburgh for his solo festival debut.
An info-larious new show from Troy Conrad (creator of Set List: Stand-Up Without A Net).
Alex Williamson is energetic.
Only two human activities happen in front of a brick wall.
One of the perils of confessional theatre is that you may end up paying to witness someone airing their dirty laundry.
In Cornwall they regard themselves as modern day folk heroes.
Sitting in the Comedy section of
the Fringe guide, this is a quirky piece of storytelling theatre by new company
Five Wits and starring last year’s So
You Think You Write Funny …
The show opens with Dolan asking whether anybody in the audience is married.
One of the most enjoyable things about the festival is watching a good staple comic; someone who has honed their craft, knows how to play it and gives what everyone is looking for,…
As a recipient of the Gilded Balloon’s So You Think You’re
Funny? Award Demi Lardner belongs to an elite group of comedy talent.
Kevin Day begins his act with a long, cautious introduction, letting us know what is to come.
To celebrate their tenth year at the Fringe Japanese comedy duo
Gamarjobat have reprised their debut show Gamarjobat: Boxer.
Coming out is a life-changing experience.
Magic, funnies and audience participation from one of UK’s best comedy conjurers.
Andrew Ryan’s show this year sees him look at where he is in his life, how he got here and how he’s enjoying it - or not enjoying it, as the case may be.
No one expects to watch a musical set in a dog parlour with a canine duel – or, more precisely, ‘The Amazing New York State Poodle Fighting Championship’ – as its climax.
On a dark and stormy night at the Fringe, Will Seaward’s Spooky
Midnight Ghost Stories will warm your cockles rather than chill you to the
As the audience files in to Bec and Tom’s Awesome Laundry, the two leads are on stage blowing bubbles and playing a game to see how far into the venue they can float the soapy sp…
Stephen Bailey—all silver dickie bow tie, floral grey suit and camp demeanour—is clearly in love with love and romance.
After taking over Saddam Hussein’s most brutal prison camp, the allied guards become possessed by its evil.
Brent Weinbach is weird.
Many will be thrilled to see that the infectiously funny Kai Humphries is back at the Fringe with his new show Stuff Protocol.
Dirt poor, with his woman, Marie and a child to support, lowly soldier Franz Woyzeck has agreed to become a medical experiment for the regimental Doctor.
Staple/face are a young sketch group, something they don’t shy away from.
From the writer of Shooting Stars and Mock the Week comes a brand new show with some of the sharpest one-liners you’re likely to hear! Like the ‘true or false’ section from Sho…
Abigoliah Schamaun has been painted as caustic, controversial and not for the faint of heart.
One of the best things about the Fringe is the energy and ingenuity of the young companies performing here and these are both words that apply perfectly to Double Edge Drama, creat…
Katie Mulgrew’s show about Disney Princesses is exceedingly well suited to her venue, The Turret at Gilded Balloon.
You can never predict what’s going to happen next when it comes to the Oxford Imps – and that’s precisely what makes their show such a great success.
Clever, funny and adorably weird, Harry Mitchell and Lowell Belfield, otherwise known as I am, I am, are already one of this year’s Fringe highlights.
Corked is a nostalgic and affectionate romp through Chris Kent’s childhood and formative years.
On cloud nine one minute and battling your inner critic the next? In 2012 Tiff was awarded Stutter’s Spirit of the Fringe.
A Mary Poppins bag of hilarious characters from a misunderstood Rumplestiltskin, to a yoga instructor who can’t stand the sound of breathing.
Milo McCabe’s latest comic incarnation is quite superb.
Bec Hill is packing positivity to the hilt.
The bringing together of incongruous generic and thematic
elements (my favourite being Bereavement:
The Musical) is nothing new.
Saucy hostesses Hope and Gloria are back with Titty Bar Ha Ha: Hard Time, following on
from their show at last year’s Fringe.
Yisrael Campbell is just your average Irish, Italian, Catholic, American, recovering alcoholic, Reform Jew, Conservative Jew, Orthodox Jew, husband, father of four, comedian.
Ivor Dembina cut his teeth on the alternative comedy circuit
with original material, so I was surprised to discover him performing a show
called Old Jewish Jokes for the third
This musical adventure will have you exploring magical kingdoms, meeting wonderful characters and singing along by the end.
Award-winning Ria Lina returns with her third hour of eclectic comedy.
Gordon Southern is eager for his tenth solo show to take off with a bang and he certainly gets off to a great start.
The title of this show is not nearly the best thing about it, but it alone should be enough to send you scurrying straight to the box office.
Making their way north for the fourth year on the trot, Croft and Pearce have brought us their best show yet.
Winter Is Coming is a ludicrous take on the popular TV series, Game of Thrones.
Direct from Limerick! The plastic bag wearing music/comedy duo bring their brand new musical straight from its critically acclaimed, sold out London season.
A visceral performance, The Time of Our Lies benefits greatly from the impassioned commitment of its five-strong cast.
Kiwi comedian Cal Wilson invites us to imagine what her life would have been like if she’d made different choices (or if she’d been born a man).
Minor Delays can be described as simple but tremendously effective.
As one of many circus shows visiting Edinburgh this month, Sonics in
Duum has some pretty stiff competition.
Echolalia is a type of autism where sufferers automatically repeat the
words and phrases of others.
Aunty Donna are an Australian three-piece bringing 60 minutes of fast-paced, filthy, contemporary-reference-heavy comedy to The Gilded Balloon.
Lucy Benson-Brown’s one woman show explores mid-to-late twenties inertia, family values and how we pin hopes and philosophies on the tunes of our favourite musical artists.
A recent move into a posher area of town provided the
inspiration for Zoe Lyons’ brilliant new show, which is based on snobbery,
class and Lyons’ own worry that she doesn’t…
Abi Roberts’ Musical CID is a new comedy confessional show that delves into what the biggest names in comedy have in their record collections and on their iPods.
Meet Sheherazade, the greatest storyteller of them all.
For those familiar with the actual Julie Birchill, literary wunderkind and hedonistic hellraiser, the content of Tim Fountain and Mike Bradwell’s play will contain few surprises …
Before the show had even began, I overheard a young man in the front row say ‘I can’t sit here, he’ll pick me!’ Fans of Patrick Monahan know what’s coming- and to be sure…
Lucie Pohl is an enigma and a clever one to boot.
It is possible to do feminist comedy very, very well.
There are some shows which instantly give you a good vibe and this is one of them.
Broadway Baby has been covering performing arts across the UK and beyond since 2004.
Please note ticket prices displayed on our homepage are based on best prices seen in an overnight scan. For up-to-the-minute pricing, please visit our Ticketing Site
2004-2022 © Broadway Baby. Broadway Baby and the logo is a registered trademark. All Rights Reserved.
Data provided courtesy of the Edinburgh Festivals Listings API, Brighton Fringe, Encore, Eventotron, OutSavvy and user submissions. We accept no liability for errors or omissions.