Award-winning writer and stand-up Katie Mulgrew used to be a card-carrying God botherer.
Joel (credits, credits, credits) is returning to Edinburgh with some new sweet ideas for you to potentially enjoy. ‘Hilarious…delightful tales’ (Scotsman).
The magic of David Attenborough live on stage! A blue whale swims through the ocean depths.
BAFTA Award-winning comedian Iain Stirling returns to the Fringe following a sell-out tour, with a load of new jokes, read off notes.
‘Character comedy at its finest’ ***** (EdFestMag.
Top acts dust off their most out-of-date material.
One day the earth might be so devastated that we might need to leave for a distant planet.
Chloe makes jokes about the patriarchy and working for Labour; you might have seen her in The LOL Word.
80’s comedy fantasy! Cassandra Hunt and Cynthia Murphy, co-hosts of America’s No.
Liam Malone, it’s fair to say, is not backwards at coming forwards.
Subverting the Saturday night staple, meet Maz, Jo and Dee: three women on the wrong side of 40 – your chat show hosts.
Critically acclaimed comedian Lorna Shaw (Plebs, Newsjack) lays down the law in this brand-new hour of stand-up and storytelling.
Twice-nominated Scottish Comedy Awards Best Newcomer, Christopher KC, brings his riotous debut show to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Dream job, huge fanbase and in a committed relationship with a hunky dancing bear.
When you spend a year in Los Angeles living in a house with 40 other people, you’ll learn a thing or two about yourself.
Murphy retraces the steps of her transformative years, from fire-starter in a football shirt to feathers, tits and teeth.
In this historical feminist coming-of-age musical comedy show, Harriet brings forth a team of rebellious women from the history of science to help her wage battle against ignorance…
Fresh from a one-star review in 2015, ‘there is a good comic entombed in this smug mess’ (Scotsman), LA’s ‘American-Indian-Iranian comic Omid Singh’ (Guardian) is back for anothe…
Edinburgh Fringe – and let’s be honest, the comedy world in general – is saturated with male comedians.
Improv powerhouse The Oxford Imps present an hour of ‘the best improvised comedy I have ever had the pleasure to witness’ ***** (ThreeWeeks) and ‘comedic genius on the spot’ (Cue, …
Charlie returns with more historical comedy, characters and stand-up.
Failed love, crippling debt and living with an angry 83-year-old.
Jordan Wistuba and Liam Farrelly are at the forefront of the new generation of Scottish comedy, both gigging around the UK, working prominently with The Stand, Monkey Barrel Comedy…
The brainchild of comedians Harriet Dyer and Scott Gibson, That’s Not a Lizard, That’s My Grandmother! is unlike any other show at the Fringe.
Will Hitt and Freya Mallard host the prodigious pop ensemble ABBA in a hilarious and poignant interview.
Her name means Snow.
Finally, after years of toil, Gary Tro has perfected quite possibly the greatest superhero movie screenplay ever written.
Expect hot gossip about a ghost, a one-hit wonder and the paperclip from Microsoft Word. ‘Very inventive and dry writer’ **** (FunnyWomen.com). As heard on BBC Radio 4 Extra.
After two years of making musical stings on his computer, mostly in his underwear at 3am, Archie’s facing an artistic crisis.
This is the first year that 4 Brown Girls Who Write have showcased at Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and they better keep coming back.