The Pushkinettes (Julia Masli, Tatiana Collet-Apraxine and Julie Nesher) are delighted to invite you to the traditional and very unusual memorial ceremony of Anna Karenina, the tra…
Hot Commodity is a one woman show which interrogates the effect of capitalism on everything around us and what that means as a young woman trying to find her place in the adult wor…
Local band The Mackerel Eaters are searching for their inspiration and motivation in the cultural graveyard of ambition, Galway City.
Miss Sophie has invited her four closest friends to celebrate her 90th birthday.
Legendary Scottish storyteller and master of mirth is only in town for one weekend.
The Glang Show is the only anarcho-comedy utopia that has travelled back in time from beyond the heat death of the universe.
A show about knitting.
Please help. I am trapped in a cardboard supermarket.
Tony Law: ‘Philip and I have been talking about this for years.
Chasing dreams, planting seeds and mining for gold in this work-in-progress show from ‘one of very few comics who manages to do something new with the art form while keeping an aud…
Despite the title, it transpires that Joz Norris is not dead, but is merely busy having a bath.
A brand-new hour of improvising genius from cult-in-the-making duo Róisín and Chiara.
Expert stupidity from multi award-winning comedy duo, Dan Lees and Neil Frost.
Come join Russell for his early afternoon bonus hour.
In a “day in the life” format of her experiences at Burning Man festival, Desiree Burch intricately tells us the story of her search for sex during an unintentional acid trip.
In a rare appearance outside, IT rock‘n’roll superstars Lloyd and Pete bring their latest inventions from their cable-infested living room to Edinburgh for a brand-new show.
Genders and non-genders, come plunge your human meat gloves into this zeitgeist pavlova as you gently take each other delicately by the frontal cortex and we all ascend into the sp…
Inside my skin is a rattling beast and when I breathe my last it will emerge.
Phil says goodbye to Edinburgh forever.
Triumphant return to the Fringe for one week only.
Ari Shaffir and other funny people tell true and scintillating stories.
Side-splitting, stiff-upper-lipped hilarity from critically acclaimed duo Dan Lees and Neil Frost, plus very special guests.
Adam Larter plays Sir Dance-a-lot, one of the Boogie Knights who has been exiled from a land where disco lovers are persecuted, and where rock ‘n roll and the evil King Gary now …
Come on down to Marny Town! Join Marny as she performs some of her favourite characters and, for the first time, she gives us fascinating insight into the real-life inspiration beh…
Paul Currie is a disturbingly brilliant comic who plays his crowd like the conductor of an orchestra.
After winning the Edinburgh Panel Prize in 2014 with Funz and Gamez, Phil’s ready to bring his unique, anarchic and unreliable comedy to the masses.
Whip-smart stream-of-consciousness comedy from ‘master of shamelessly silly yet socially conscious clowning’ **** (BroadwayBaby.
Ari Shaffir turned his last Fringe show into a Netflix special called Double Negative.
You are cordially invited to the grand reopening of Ali Brice’s Lemonade Stand.
Currently residing in New York City, the Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer returns to the Fringe to build material.
No refunds. @catpicsmusicFU #catpicsmusicFU
For this year’s Fringe, I’ve invented a crap new chat show format.
Longing for something but short on luck.
Pool party starter and Edinburgh Comedy Awards Best Newcomer nominee, Ben Target, invites you to plunge in for a paddle.
Sex clown, wild woman and surreal showgirl, the award-winning, head-spinning Betty Grumble returns to Edinburgh with her flesh riot of laughing love and ecosex.
Truscott wrestles with: standing up while telling jokes, second shows, stealing material and bad reviews – back in the town where she got ‘em! All while paying homage to her fa…
As seen on Frankie Boyle’s American Autopsy and 8 Out of 10 Cats.
Hi… and wow! It’s me! Top lad and monolithic friend Sean Morley.
The comedy game show where Brexit means Prizes! Wave a flag and cheer on two guest comics as they compete over a series of tasks to win citizenship of Great Britain.
We like to think of it as a ‘daring exposé revealing the state of contemporary masculinity in a post-feminist milieu’.
Join Carl Donnelly and Chris Martin for a nightly live podcast with guests, chat, stand-up, and all round fun and games.
A monk starts the show.
Edinburgh Comedy Award-nominated chap and star of Live at the Palladium, Live From the BBC and other stuff returns for another smash-hit show.
Becky Rimmer, along with her father and mother, Mervyn and Gaye Rimmer, invite you to join them in the celebration of Becky’s Bat Mitzvah! Gaye asks that any young boys coming to t…
A brand-new show from this hairy idiot man-child, strap in for more fun and nonsense as the entire audience is taken by the hand into a true circus of silly.
Is Edward Aczel Infinite? Have you ever thought: who am I? Is it all just a dream? Is time constant or variable? Is it only possible to imagine the infinite? No, me neither.
Now living in Sweden, it’s time for the Kiwi who has won comedy awards in Australia, the UK and Sweden to make you laugh once again.
A toothless punk wakes one morning and asks herself the all-important question: why are we here? Expect cod philosophy, serious attitude and a chicken going on.
Intrepid comedian Will Seaward is going to the jungles of South America in search of the legendary lost city of El Dorado.
For this brief hour, the very attractive Pete Johansson emerges to give all his love and skill and joy and thought to the one true god worth possibly dying for: live comedy.
A vibrational revolution of being, channeled by a goddess.
This idiot’s back.
I’m really proud of this show.
Like a mythological creature comprising equal parts gameshow and man, Les Ismore straddles the enraged bullock of Ulster Light Entertainment.
Comedian Ari Shaffir brings his hit Comedy Central storytelling TV series This Is Not Happening to the stage! Nothing is off limits as Ari brings up some of his favourite comics to…
Famous as Father Damo from Father Ted.
Globetrotting comedian Wool is back for a limited time with the first glimpse of his new show.
It’s 1987 and Glenn Fiscal is riding high in the corporate stationery world.
Northern Irish master of surreal nonsense and bohemian clownarchist.
It was a little hard to breathe when watching Adam Hess.
‘Everybody knows, it’s just the way it goes, all sorts can happen, and that’s the way it goes!’ Welcome to D.
3016, space is overrun with tourists.
Creator and host of Comedy Central’s This Is Not Happening.
Good People is a light-hearted exploration of what should be a natural journey towards being a better person.
Oy! Everyon’es favourite Yiddish girl Candy Gigi, Malcome Hardee Award winner 2014, has transformed Fiddler on the Roof into something truly bizarre and outrageous.
Actor Mat Ewins will make you a star in Mat Ewins: Mat Ewins Will Make You a Star.
This award-winning idiot is back to talk about what he’s been up to.
Beth Vyse’s sassy, leopard print clad alter ego: Olive Hands (Britain’s number 2 in the morning!), daytime TV wannabe resurrects her career on a cruise ship.
Spencer Jones is once more going full tilt in the surrealism stakes, and the result is a fantastically strange success.
Ever thought your relationship with your next-door neighbour is in fact foreign policy? No.
Tim Renkow has a handy tip for anyone who feels uncomfortable around him as a result of his cerebral palsy.
Something’s happened to John’s porridge bowl and Marny Godden has crafted an hour of surreal, very physical comedy to find out exactly what.
We join Eric Meat on what is a sad occasion: the day is due to move out of his childhood home.
Tanyalee Davis is the little lady with the big voice! Fresh from BBC1’s The John Bishop Show, Tanyalee is back with a live show packed-to-burst with hilarity.
For fans of the unusual and the alternative, Macolm Hardee Award nominee Michael Brunström (AKA The Human Loire) investigates the nature of reality and illusion through a collecti…
The only bi-lingual, half Italiano, half Inglese, all funny Fringe show! Longest running gig of its kind.
The Alternative Comedy Memorial Society, or ACMS, is a late-night comedy showcase.
Aidan Killian is not the kind of performer to shy away from big questions.
A show about power and the relatable struggles of small town life: boredom, noisy neighbours.
After winning last year’s Malcom Hardee award for comic originality, and receiving multiple four-star reviews, Candy Gigi brings the most demented Jewish Friday night dinner to t…
As Ed and his technician struggle to make his opening video work, the audiences tries to work out whether this shambling, technologically doomed opening is part of the show.
Adam Hess: Salmon is an hour of almost non-stop jokes, spoken at breakneck speeds by a guy who is going places.
Simon Munnery believes that the camera should be used more in live performance, and the result is the fantastical world of his Fylm School.
Paul Currie returns to the Edinburgh Fringe with his anarchic, bread-filled 2014 masterpiece Release the Baboons after a triumphant run at Adelaide Fringe.
Brice is back with a host of silly characters.
Vyse is back and this time it’s personal! A bodacious and ballsy look at her battle with breast cancer.
Bobby Mair delivers a dark, honest and hilarious hour of pure stand-up.
Fringe favourite returns with limited run presenting reworked classics alongside newly crafted tales that always challenge, enlighten and leave you laughing.
On any given night during the Edinburgh Fringe there are dozens of funny comics standing on stage talking about the life and loves of a performer.
Hey guys! ‘I am become Death.
See such honest turns as Who’s Blown an Egg? and Quite Busy by Pat Cahill.
Ben Target is in no way an average stand-up.
Jim is dead and so is the Fringe.
A strange uplifting new comedy from a master storyteller about sleep problems, past, family and featuring a haunted doll.
This isn’t a play on words, it’s about sex with children.
Before comedy Robert did 67 jobs in seven years, went to prison for a practical joke and wrote symphonies for his sock-puppet.
British comedian Gareth Berliner and Australian comedy actress, Kiruna Stamell present a dynamic, funny, edgy, fresh, new double-act comedy show, One of Us Will Die.
‘This is the most inventive and hilarious act I have seen in years’ (Director, Leicester Comedy Festival).
The star of Weirdo’s cult hit The Colonel, Ali Brice brings his long-overdue, hotly anticipated and ridiculously silly debut show to Edinburgh.
Tim Renkow has cerebral palsy.
Irish comedian Aidan Killian certainly cuts a surprising figure with his new show; not so much for the long, simple robe he wears, but the fact that he’s shaved off half his bear…
UK Pun Championships winner Darren Walsh debuted his 30 minute show I am a Giant at last year’s Fringe to rave reviews.
Candy Gigi, Hackney New Act of the Year finalist, brings to this year’s Fringe a frighteningly eccentric one-woman show based on her life as a lonely Jewish maniac.
One of the country’s most exciting new comedians does 40 minutes of stand-up that he really hopes you come to and have the best day of your life.
Lewis Schaffer, a 57 year old New York Jew, greets each audience member with a warm handshake as they walk into the dingy, dubiously smelling venue of Lewis Schaffer: Success Is …
The grotesque, charming and lovable global singing sensation is stripped away layer by layer to reveal a deeply complex character which lurks beneath.
BAFTA nominated Big Babies star performs his debut Edinburgh show.
The Grandees go dark with creeps, crawlers and chaos.