[SFX: FANFARE] Michael Brunström is an Olympic athlete striving for gold medal glory.
Carol Cates sits on a tall stool strumming away on her ukulele and chatting with the audience as they arrive.
Don’t read this!! These words will force you to see a German/Swiss character-sincere-existentialist stand-up comic taking an exhilarating ride on the dark side of human existence…
A show for anyone with a complex relationship to home.
Retired children’s TV pioneer Peter Fleming needs your help.
Top Bodybuilder Brian will demonstrate that shadow boxing outside Paddy Power can be a lifestyle choice.
Anti-comedy legend Ed Aczel and beloved nuisance Joz Norris unite onstage for the first time, launching light entertainment’s newest double act.
After last year’s sell-out smash hit Mum’s Going to Ibiza, Sarah returned home to her two wonderful children and noticed they were losing the art of play due to excessive technolog…
The back room at Dragonfly is unassuming.
Sometimes life is just a toss of a coin.
Remorseful absurdist Sean Morley plays with guilt, blame, forgiveness and audience expectations in this genre-bending stand-up apology.
Kit Sullivan is a boy in a boy’s body.
If you were invited to a 50th birthday party in Ibiza, would you go? To help you decide, Sarah takes you on her journey and it’s one you’ll never forget.
After his gran got dementia (funny start) cult favourite and master storyteller Matthew Highton wanted to figure out what makes us, us and does it all matter in the end? Joy, silli…
Twonkey is lost in the jungle.
Thom Tuck’s stand-up show, An August Institution, opens with an extended maths joke, which sets the tone for an hour of fairly niche humour.
Once upon a time, two fair maidens dragged fairy tales kicking and screaming into the 21st century in this sharp and original review of all things “happily ever after”.
Six years ago award-winning administrator Andy Barr was marooned on a tropical island.
Javier is talked about as surreal, absurdist, observational, daft, satirical: he doesn’t stand as a novelty, nor does he mirror what you know about stand-up comedy.
In 1993, Alexander Bennett won a ‘most beautiful baby’s smile’ competition at Butlins in Skegness.
Hello everyone! I am a UK-based new-ish comedian Yuriko Kotani from Japan.
Not overly interested in the biggest problems of the world, Luca focuses on an easier question: who am I? With the help of science, astrology and religion, the award-winning Italia…
Jason turns up, picks up the mic and talks.
I can resist everything except the temptation.
Norman Lovett’s deadpan face will be instantly recognizable to a generation as the dim-witted ship’s computer, Holly of Red Dwarf fame.
What’s your favourite music album? It’s something that not everybody puts a lot of thought into, but for Gabriel Ebulue it’s a make-or-break situation when making a first imp…
I grew up on a hippy commune thinking my dad was a Spanish sailor called Manuel Sanchez Gomez, but I smelt a rat.
A jumble sale of characters.
‘Ireland’s hottest comedian’ (OneWorldChronicle.
Deliciously tragic character comedy from So You Think That’s Funny? winners Tom Burgess and Sam Nicoresti.
Winner of the 2015 Malcolm Hardee Award for Comic Originality, Michael Brunström (The Human Loire, The Golden Age of Steam), presents his strangest show yet: an ambitious Suffolk …
Surreal clowning from a scary, sexy Basque-Spanish diva.
Dan Lees, ‘comedy genius’ (FringeReview.
Thom Tuck presents some comedians in the afternoon! One catch: they’re all called Thomas.
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