Loosely inspired by The Red Shoes: a compendium of bonkers and brilliant adult fairy tales told through tap dance.
Beth Vyse’s show opens in a truly Fringe fashion: handing out ping pong balls to the audience, dressed in a voluminous blonde wig and a huge pair of joke-shop boobs, singing alon…
Asthmatic newcomer and 2015 So You Think Your Funny finalist Ed Night is coming to ruin Edinburgh.
2016 Piccadilly Comedian of the Year and rising star, Eshaan Akbar, invites some of today’s (and tomorrow’s) biggest names to share the stage, including star of the BBC, Sindhu…
Sam Carrington: Awkwardly Mobile is intended as a celebration of the awkward moments of social life.
For Kieran Boyd, an egg is a positive symbol associated with birth, generation and growth.
Gliding in wearing a mint green and lace floaty dress, Andrea Hubert appears calm and somewhat airy as she walks out onto the stage.
Taylor the ‘filth maestro’ (Time Out) takes on the ickiest thing there is! Being white.
This hilarious comedy sketch follows comic-actor duo Curly (Paul F Taylor) and Short (Rebecca Shorrocks) through a night of trying to prove they can act– Curly’s laminated CV i…
The winners of Best New Sketch Act 2015 return with their highly anticipated new show.
Three brilliant, original and hilarious improv acts: DVD Box Set – your new favourite TV show, entirely improvised by a cast of FA players, inspired by an audience suggestion.
One of the brightest young talents on the Northern comedy scene who is beginning to make her presence known across the country.
Following the blowout success of WOMANz last year, I had high expectations for Tessa Waters’ new show Over Promises.
Silly, imaginative, stupid and more stupid, blah, blah, blah and more blah.
If a panto and a Sarah Kane play had an unimaginably grotesque love-child it would look a lot like this.
Inspired by collecting stories for a eulogy, Angus examines the evolution of our public selves and how our circle of friends can choose to thwart or support our attempts to try on …
Serge Gainsbourg in sequins brandishing a flick-knife; Duane Eddy brawling on with the Shangri-Las; Connie Francis fresh from juvy hall with only vengeance on her mind.
Red Richardson has appeared in the final of every major national stand-up competition and performed to great acclaim at the top comedy clubs in London and around the UK.
Join Alison as she discovers Hawaii.
Scottish BAFTA nominated character comedian Katia Kvinge (BBC, MTV) brings her multi-character comedy show, fresh from performing at the Second City, Groundlings and UCB Theatre LA…
Welsh-Jewish-Polish-Irish BBC-box-ticking wet dream Amy Howerska brings you another hour of unfiltered comedy stuffing.
A stupid, surreal, one-man Sesame Street – preposterous tales from a forgotten cloakroom.
My name is Lara and I broke the law.
Rowena Hutson owes her feminist outlook on life to action heroes of the 1980s.
The MMORPG show is a good idea but lacks the slick execution required to fully succeed.
Is Russ Peers a bad gay? He’s chunky, over 40, and knows more about pies than poppers.
Life has many lessons and sometimes the teacher becomes the student.
Ed Gamble used to be a fat.
Scott Agnew is looking good, these days; whether that’s down to him drinking less is unclear, though it’s clearly a bit of a culture shock on the night of this review as it’s…
Erin McGathy (This Feels Terrible, Drunk History, Community) presents a comedy show about love, guts, despair and wearing wedding dresses covered in candy for approval.
As a father of four, Ali is well versed in dodging difficult questions or just making up the answers.
Andy Askins lives in blissful ignorance, at odds with rational thinking.
This is a show about depression and dating, told by a smart young man trying to find happiness.
Everyone wants to rule the world but Will Seaward actually has a list of ways to achieve this.
An hour of stand-up from the vanguard of Glaswegian comedy.
At nineteen years old, Croydon’s Elliot Steel is on a fast track to success.
BBC New Radio Comedy Award finalist 2015 and human curiosity Andy Storey has always been positively cynical.
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