Halle-berry-lujah! Your sassy, dyslexic King of the shoes is heaven scent in a cloud of Febreze to tell you how he came to be the fabulous influencer that he is whilst setting the …
Following an incredible Edinburgh Fringe debut in 2019 and fresh from a 2022 Netflix special, Schalk Bezuidenhout is back with love in his heart and jokes in his pocket.
This show revolves around a fairly well-trodden premise: idealistic young creative seeks similar to make beautiful art with.
The Other Guys are back again! After being crowned the Scottish a capella champions The Other Guys are making a triumphant return to Edinburgh to show their award-winning moves, be…
‘Forget Pitch Perfect, Aquapella are the real deal’ (TheWeeReview.
Debut Fringe show from one of Ireland’s fastest rising stand-ups, award-winning writer, creator and star of BBC NI sketch series The Paddy Raff Show and host of BBC Three’s Stand U…
Sad that Shakespeare hasn’t written anything new for over 400 years? Well, hold onto your doublets, ruffs and trunk hose.
A big old extravaganza from your new favourite production company.
Works by Anton Chekhov, translated and adapted by Michael Frayn.
Have you ever considered how much easier it would be to stop trying to be a nice person and just be a dick to everyone? You will after watching this show.
Violet’s scared walking home.
A Romantic Comedy.
‘Come on Angel, don’t you ever want to fly?’ 1948.
You never know who Tehran Von Ghasri’s bringing to his stage.
Here comes the bride, forty-foot wide! It’s the wedding of the century and you’re invited as Lucy Frederick – ‘Eye wateringly honest’ (Scotsman) – walks down the aisle.
Inspired by tales of Sir Lancelot and Robin Hood, plucky heroine Will Tell disguises herself as a knight and rides off on a chivalric quest to rescue her freedom-fighting dad from …
An interactive late-night quiz for musical theatre queens.
Spain’s best export, Ignacio Lopez, scrutinises his family tree and his immigrant upbringing in a relentlessly funny show about clashing cultures, legacies, and never fitting in.
Blood-curdling, side-splitting, wig-snatching extravaganza! Award-winning drag stars Kate Butch and Crudi Dench have their star-studded cabaret show crashed by brain-hungry zombies…
A new valiant attempt to perform 30 plays in just one hour! Chaotic and courageous, gleeful and gamified, The Dirty Thirty PLUS is the live-est of live theatre exploding the conven…
How does a queer, GenZ comedian survive her past, the pandemic, and the indignities of a stand-up career? Vincent (aka Bird) takes the audience on a (seriously) funny flight, often…
A new comedy by Bert Tyler-Moore co-creator of The Windsors.
A family show filled with singing, dancing, comedy and even a sea monster.
Oxford’s wittiest minds return with their spectacular smorgasbord of devastatingly funny improvised comedy! Attacking the stage with made-up-on-the-spot games, stories and songs, c…
The Yorkshire scamp has had enough! Time to take a stand against housemates, homeowners and the North/South divide.
Tatum, a university student, becomes the virgin bride of her sweetheart, entering an eternal marriage in the the Mormon church.
One of the Scotsman’s Best Duos at the Fringe, Thick ‘n’ Fast return to take on the world.
During a bizarre childhood accident, Trevor was drenched head to toe in dragon’s blood.
Tired of all the scripted “reality” TV? Keeping Up With the Kimprov is your daily dose of reality TV, but actually unscripted! What minor inconvenience could lead to drama for this…
In this high-impact dark comedy half-brothers Odin and Loki must overcome primordial giants, rival Gods and Goddesses, and their own ambitions – in their quest to seize power ove…
Will used to think his life was a joke – but he was wrong, it’s more like 300.
Sweet sixteen would’ve been alright.
Brenda (Jacqueline King), a marriage counsellor, is faced with multiple challenges.
This personal account from Ian Lynam draws on his own experiences and research to break down the superficial stereotypes, misleading media presentations, and poor psychological pra…
This new folk musical seeks to explore our heritage and legacy, weaving two parallel stories; one of a crofter and a wandering soldier in the 18th Century, and one of an old pensio…
The multi award-winning story of Rehana, Angel of Kobane, returns to Edinburgh in a new production from Torch Theatre.
Internationally renowned jazz a cappella group The Oxford Gargoyles make their return to the Fringe.
Official Selection: New York Times Great Performers List (2020).
The Ghosting of Rabbie Burns by Gillian Duffy.
When the pandemic hit, comedian Pernille Haaland found herself moving back home to her parents in rural Norway.
The award-winning production Grav returns for 2022.
Harriet Dyer (as seen on Russell Howard Hour) is an award-winning comedian, mental health advocate and an experience to behold.
No imaginary babies are safe in Business Casual: FERAL, a slice of enjoyably daft sketch comedy from American trio Jeremy Elder, Hunter Saling, and Corey Peter Lane.
As the crescendo of complaints and controversy was rising over the comedy circuit I was persuaded to abandon the safe confines of the theatre category and go in at the deep end, so…
After far too long, Magic Roman is finally off on the trip of a lifetime and he couldn’t be more excited! He’s packed the essentials: a toothbrush, a camera and plenty of magic tri…
From Gigglemug comedy duo Sam Cochrane and Alex Prescot, Runesical is an amusing, action packed quest based on the role-palying game Runescape.
The multi award-winning Scottish improv troupe are back! Men With Coconuts use audience suggestions to create an hour of emotional balladry, lyrical wizardry and musical husbandry.
From the girl who brought you The Girl Who Thought She Was Irish (Edinburgh, 2011), comes Funny Girl, Sad Songs.
A young couple are separated by an outbreak they cannot speak of.
From sketches to songs aboot aw things Scottish, come see these wee comical dafties dae what they dae best.
Award-winning actor and cabaret artist, Keith Ramsay, blends live music and and spoken word to deconstruct the concepts of camp and queer mythology for a post-Stonewall generation.
Simon David belongs to the most toxic, self-destructive (and annoying!) demographic there is: the white gay.
What happens when you give a bearded, northern lad with a voice of silk and an ass that won’t quit a loop station and a room at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe? You get an hour of R’…
As the discourse on trans people becomes more toxic in the UK – comedian, trans woman and nuisance Jen Ives is here to sort it all out, hun.
After almost two years of silence, Oxford’s critically acclaimed student sketch troupe are making a triumphant return to the Edinburgh Fringe with The People vs.
From voice-straining high notes to limb-spraining high kicks, via on-stage smooches and offstage feuds, award-winning musical revue I Wish My Life Were Like A Musical reveals ever…
What have I been doing this past two years? Apart from sitting on the settee in my pyjamas, squeezing my ingrowing hairs whilst watching documentaries on Ted Bundy? I have been sta…
‘There’s no access guide to sex; how to consensually sh*g your blind girlfriend.
Two’s Company is Gillian Duffy’s take on rekindled romance and finding new direction in later life, following 55-year-old Maureen as she navigates life after her second divorce…
The Spice Girls of improv return for a fifth triumphant year in their five-star, sell-out, totally improvised musical comedy.
The Oxford Alternotives were the first a cappella group set up at the University of Oxford as an alternative to the chapel choirs which dominated the music scene.
Now in our 10th year! Smash-hit production, The Improv Musical returns to take the Fringe by storm.
Hope’s leaving her home town up north for the bright lights of London.
A ‘new comedy phenomenon’ (Hollywood Times), this Fringe debut is a stand-up hour showcasing Lamarr’s trademark brand of edgy comedy; complete with a splash of tech, NFT’s and Broa…
It’s the Fringe.
Debut hour from one of the most exciting acts on the UK comedy circuit and one of the most pathetic cringing worms (as seen on The Mash Report (BBC2), BBC3 and Channel 4 Online.
Fringe favourites Theatre Fideri Fidera are back with a hilarious comic reimagining of the tale of
Charles II has returned to England, the theatres have been reopened and a woman is about to take the stage for the first time.
What’s it like to play the flute while hanging upside down? How loud is the trombone? Jazz accordion?!? Music, theatre, and dance collide in this madcap variety show, and YOU cho…
The perpetrators of 2019’s satirical smash hit Now That’s What I Call Brexit – ‘Searing satire’ **** (BritishTheatreGuide.
Piñata! That DIY alternative comedy variety art party sell-out sensation from South London.
Sarah McGuinness welcomes you Back to Blacks, the eclectic live music and chat show streaming regularly from Blacks Club, Soho.
The Other Guys: Making Waves.
Dramspotting: The Ultimate Whisky Podcast, Live.
The Oxford Gargoyles is Oxford University’s internationally renowned jazz a cappella group.
The winners of the Youth Voice Festival UK Pitch Purple are back at the Fringe for their third year, bringing you more award-winning a cappella! In addition to their success at the…
A fundraiser for your new favourite production company’s mental health partnership with CALM, providing and raising awareness for services to support performers at the Fringe.
Join The Latebloomers for some late-night Bingo.
FOC It Up is a comedy collective aiming to showcase the talents of women and non-binary people of colour, in a comedy world that is mostly made up of straight white men.
Uber ratings, patisserie and misophonia.
Limbo: The Twelve is one of the latest pair of musicals from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, allowing a group of talented young performes the opportunity to perform an origina…
Limbo: City of Dreams charges itself with the difficult task of cramming an entire world into its hour-long runtime.
Beach Comet return with a double bill of batshit, smash-hit B-musical comedy featuring never-before-seen material, a live band, nuns and the end of the world.
Let the Cambridge Impronauts steal your heart with a brand-new romantic comedy created on the spot, where you can be the star.
Fred Cooke is leaving his twinkle toes behind him after Dancing with the Stars and is coming to Edinburgh with his new show of musical madness.
All new material from prolific Canadian superstar.
A rising star of the Indian stand-up comedy scene, Sumit Anand makes his Edinburgh Fringe debut with a show that has no jokes about Godzilla.
It’s 11:24am and day two of Sinead’s hereto disastrous hen party.
The Crown Dual is a play within a play.
“An improvised cinematic musical using a cast of actors performing alongside untested hypnotised volunteers expected to act, dance and even rap under the same impromptu condition…
He was exhausted by life.
When Pete isn’t teaching Jude Law magic for Fantastic Beasts or starring in his own show on Sky, he likes kicking back with a biscuit, forcing a beard out of his chin follicles, tu…
A gay themed Friends for the Grindr generation, Fudge, playing now at the Gilded Ballroom Patter House, is a funny slice of gay life play.
After the success of 2 Become 1, Swipe Right present their deliciously dark musical Scream Phone – directed by Pappy’s Tom Parry! The girls are having a sleepover and you’re like…
Madame George is a psychic in a slump.
Some assert that homophobia, for the most part, has been eradicated.
Double Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee Andrew Maxwell (Live at the Apollo; winner: Time Out Live Award, ***** (Herald, for Showtime)) makes his theatre debut playing.
Tinder, TGI Friday’s and haunted houses; Men with Coconuts throws the witty and the wild into a wonderful hour of improv comedy.
A packed room at Gilded Balloon’s new Patter Hoose venue shows that even a rainy Friday morning can’t dampen the enthusiasm for bubbles.
Edinburgh’s 2018 smash hit returns! 2020.
Faced with the grim reality of life in the genteel English countryside, Alex’s dreams of youthful urban living seem light years away and when a nefarious village plot is revealed, …
We’ve been entertaining audiences all over Europe and Ireland since 2012, with sell-out shows in Holland, Germany, Belgium, Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary and many more.
This year Kevin examines our evolution using the only discipline able to illustrate our incredible possible futures, here, in the present: magic.
Catapulting Dickens into the 21st century, this masterstroke genius of spin-offs introduces Emily Halloran, live streaming to us from her penthouse honeymoon suite.
Two friends, Ed and Sarah, travel to the small squalid bedsit where Ed’s father passed away a few days earlier.
New Yorker Zach Zimmerman packs a breath-taking number of laughs into his 50-minute slot; delivering a narrative about the relationship with his mother at a speed that leaves no ti…
Perhaps the end of Romeo & Juliet wasn't quite as tragic as we remembered.
Eddy Brimson hasn’t been on his best behaviour.
Edinburgh Fringe has a number of shows that have a real cult status among festivalgoers, and up there with the cultest of them is the self-explanatory Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet…
All the King’s Men are a world-renowned, award-winning all-male a cappella group based in the heart of London.
Debut stand-up show from the star of The Big Asian Stand Up (BBC Two), Life on Egg and Newsjack (BBC Radio 4).
An hour with Harriet Dyer is an hour of absurdism where literally anything can happen.
It’s a secret epidemic, one that affects every new generation of young people.
B-movies typically have negative connotations.
Music, poetry, art, science, politics, relationships, strange behaviors found in a species of (mostly) hairless primate.
2018 Best Musical nominee (MusicalTheatreReview.
Ahh, Love Island.
Rebecca Perry’s one-women tribute to four icons of the Golden Age of cinema is a cheery and bouncy hour celebrating Bette Davis, Judy Garland, Betty Hutton and Lucille Ball.
When you’re duelling with life – it’s the blows that make shows! Australian comic and ex-Neighbours star Grant Busé is set to satirically serenade Edinburgh with his ‘ingenious …
Fat Rascal Theatre should be pleased with their Fringe so far.
Hotly anticipated debut from promising newcomer.
The multi award-winning physical comedy duo bring a brand-new hour of pure joy and anarchic buffoonery ‘brimming with wit and imagination’ ***** (TheWeeReview.
Louisa Fitzhardinge’s magnum opus, Comma Sutra, promises to twang on the heartstrings of all us self-appointed vigilante protectors of the fundamental principles of the English L…
This interesting two-hander from writer and director Lucy Bird paints a raucous, vivid picture of a lonely life, that of wage-slave Kate, played by Dru Stephenson, and what happens…
Returning after bringing all of the noise in 2018, David’s had time to reflect on one heck of a year.
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