Pindos is former Cambridge Footlight Milo Edwards’ debut hour at Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Join the star of Live at the Apollo, Sunday Night at the Palladium and Britain’s Got Talent as he and some of his comedian friends try out new material.
Discover the secrets of the universe.
The head of professional wrestling promoters NXT, Paul Levesque, is famous for his idea that in wrestling, there are three layers of storytelling: The action in the ring, the story…
As featured in the top Edinburgh Fringe jokes of all time in The Scotsman, The Independent and The Mirror.
Conspiracy theories can sometimes be reduced to light hearted niche interests only fully embraced by weirdos on the fringes of society.
Brett Johnson’s Poly-Theist is a charming and quirky peek into the world of polyamory.
Sketch You Up! bills itself as “Catherine Tate meets Little Britain”, and mostly manages to replicate the character-driven performances that made Tate, Walliams and Lucas house…
Like 50 Shades Of Grey, but funny on purpose.
Ever felt like you’re not quite the full fruit bowl? Comedian Anna Clifford brings you hilarious stand-up comedy weaved together with clever spoken word to leave you feeling like y…
Freddie Folkston takes a whimsical look at three decades and the generations which helped shape a brave new world for millennials.
Directly from the theatres of Amsterdam, this show brings you equal parts of comedy cabaret, variety show and musical extravaganza.
Comedy colleagues and blue-sky thinkers Louise Bastock and Liz Guterbock are back with some game-changing ideas you need on your radar.
The Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene of sketch comedy have arrived on the moors of ye olde Edinburgh.
Daft and silly in equal measure, this anarchic mash-up of clown and character comedy will leave you unable to look at a limes the same way again.
The Two Little Dickheads are back with a fresh explosion of idiocy.
With an all-new line-up and fresh material, the St Andrews Revue are back at the Fringe.
Dracula can return to his crypt.
Len Blanco’s the modern man of your dreams: Woke.
An hour of non-stop nonsense, original music and uncomfortable crowd work.
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