Have you ever asked yourself ‘did that actually happen? Or is it all in my head?’.
Forty something years into a lifetime of looking great but feeling fake, Cally Beaton is ready to come out about her double life in her hilarious brand-new stand-up show, Super Cal…
The founder of Memoirs of a Geezer and Candlelit Comedy teams up with 2017’s Max Turner Prize winner to double you over with laughter and bend your minds inside out! Steve McCann…
The Dark Room is both a literal and moral description.
They’re back! Why? Money.
Come and witness one of the greatest late-night, mixed-bill shows.
The 23rd year as the recognised launch pad for future legends.
Following a script left by his late Grandfather, Bennet Kavanagh (winner of the King Gong at the London Comedy Store, runner-up in the Reading Comedy Festival New Act of the Year) …
Established as one of the best shows of the Fringe. Four comedians, different to the early show. Two hours with tomorrow’s comedy stars. ‘Top value, top comedy’ (List).
Alpha Child is here! The debut show from Alex Oliver (as heard on the BBC New Comedy Show, BBC Radio Norfolk/Suffolk, Chortle Student Comedy Award finalist, 2014).
A brand new improvised radio show from the team behind Shaken Not Stirred: The Improvised James Bond Film.
The sell-out unique comedy experience returns.
A high-octane hour of stand-up, clowning and music.
A musical fable of how the Giant’s Causeway came to be built, when the Irish giant Finn McCool, with the help of his clever wife Oona, battled wits with the mighty Scottish giant…
Kelsey de Almeida: ‘Blown away by his funny’ (Stephen K Amos), ‘definitely one to watch’ (Ellen Asquith, The Stand) and Fiona Ridgewell: Golden Jester, Jokers Joker and Comedy Kn…
The Stars of Racing Mind bring a fast paced, immensely funny and completely bonkers improvised Sherlock Holmes spectacular to the Fringe this year with this brilliant off the wall …
Wakey, wakey! Start your day with two 30 minute sets from two of the North East’s rising stars of comedy.
Families need strong female role models, problem is there’s too many in Rachel’s clan.
Beta-males Nathan D’Arcy Roberts (shortlisted for BBC Radio New Comedy Award, 2016) and Ross Smith (So You Think You’re Funny? Semi-Finalist, 2015) explore identity, nostalgia …
Technicolour sketch hazard Siân & Zoë – ‘Truly surreal’ **** (Skinny).
We’re told never to make assumptions, but people have been making them about Rachel all her life.
Lynn Ruth Miller is the poster girl for growing old disgracefully.
Paul Foot pits two teams against each other, discussing a series of real-life, perilous, yet bizarre situations and attempting to work out which of Paul’s unusual items will save…
This unique comedy experience returns to the Fringe after sell-out shows across the UK and Europe.
Come witness one of the greatest late-night mixed bill shows.
A brand new show for the Fringe! If you like the TV show Mr & Mrs (and who doesn’t?!), you’ll love this.
The internet seems to have triggered a new dawn for conspiracy nuts everywhere.
Alternative comedy duo Siân and Zoë are taking a ship (theatre) full of lucky cosmonauts on a relaxing mindfulness retreat.
Southampton Spotlights are up in arms against the current state of affairs and invite you to join them for a lunchtime foray into sketches, schisms and the end of all things sacred…
Established as one of the best shows on the Fringe.
A while ago my best friend Tom died of heart cancer.
Meet Luke (the uptight one), Joshan (the cool one) and Archie (the third one) as they take you forth into a calamitous hour of high-energy skits.
Hayley Ellis has Fear of Missing Out (FOMO to the kids).
Twenty second year as the recognised launch pad for future legends.
James & Seaburn are back with a brand new show featuring their unique mix of sketch, stand-up, songs and general silliness.
Ed Patrick arrives with fresh comedy that, though tepid in parts, is generally pleasing as the Oxford comic delves into his past to reveal some highly amusing anecdotes relating to…
An actual baby, just.
Based on audience suggestions, the hour’s traffic of the stage is an improvised case which promises to be ‘the greatest Sherlock Holmes story ever’, The Case of the Lemon Pos…
The Edinburgh premiere of Event Awards’ Act of the Year 2013 winner, JunNk.
Early on, Schaffer decided that the show wasn’t going so well.
Shame, sex and shouting back from two of the UK’s best new stand-up comics.
Huddled underground in a nuclear bunker, Three Men in a Boot attempt to recreate history as best they can whilst staving off hunger (and potentially another Ice Age).
The proper teaching of sex education remains a rather thorny topic, and this one-woman comedy-drama with songs positions itself to probe some of the more profound issues of this fi…
To the Celts, Brigid was everything, Goddess of fire, healing and poetry.
The anarchic late night DJ party is back! Request any song you want, so long as it’s crap.
Thrown together by quirk of fate and sticking together though necessity, Nicola James and Ian Seaburn present Piano Chocolat, a fun-filled journey through modern life, touching on …
Female comic Gabby Rankin explores the harsh realities of being dumped by the man she thought she’d marry at the age of 29.
Truth and fiction knock lumps out of each other on the battleground of a pale, malnourished man’s body and mind.
The show returns after sell-out shows across the UK and Europe.
Established as one of the best shows on the Fringe. Four different comedians to the earlier show. Two hours, four acts for £10 or less. ‘Top comedy, top value’ (List).
Low energy comedian Peter Brush brings his awkward persona to rest upon matters of death and religion with a surprisingly lighthearted tone.
Morgan & West invite you to join them at the card table for an intimate evening of shams, scams and good old fashioned cheating.
No script Sherlock! The stars of Fringe sensations Racing Minds and Impromptu Shakespeare take you on a thrilling new adventure each day through the underworld of Victorian Britain…
Lewis Schaffer states that although he normally occupies rooms on one of the free fringes during August, for his 2015 run he’s charging folk a fiver.
Recommended by LondonIsFunny.
Lunch is a puzzling piece of theatre.
Take a punt at lunchtime.
Our 21st year as the recognised launch pad for future legends.
Annabelle is the world’s smallest elephant, and her friend Icarus is a moth who loves bright lights and woolly jumpers.
The ordinary, daily drama of being in a relationship is the subject of short Canadian production, Post-its (Notes on a Marriage).
Like many of us, Dr.
Laughing Matters! Come see our fundraiser and show support for this great enterprise! Previous shows have featured Harry Hill, Phill Jupitus, Tony Law and Paul Foot! Don’t miss out…
Nando’s and Big Comedy UK have joined forces to scour the land in search of the freshest and most original comedy talent.
Laughing Matters provides free comedy-based courses to those in recovery from addiction and individuals with mental health issues with the aim of helping develop confidence, self-e…
The Midnight Comedy Club features different comedians each night showcasing their talents.
Cheaper Than Therapy presents its audience with a changing line up of
five comedians performing sets based on phobias, anxieties and hang-ups.
Nottingham’s favourite under-fives’ music workshop duo make their Edinburgh debut.
Just when you thought it was safe and you hoped you were cool, there comes.
Mick Ferry’s flyer has quotes from John Bishop and Jason Manford declaring his genius so from the offset is pretty predictable what one is going to receive in this amusing but forg…
American satirist Erich McElroy got himself a British passport.
Come and join us for lunchtime laughs at a special Big Value bargain sized ticket price.
As a card-carrying, paid-up member of the Grumpy Old Men squad, I occasionally look at all those fresh-faced stand-ups staring out from the posters plastered across the city like S…
Lunch. A rare luxury for some of us.
Established as one of the most exciting shows at the Fringe, Big Value brings you the best of the breakthrough talent.
Through drama, music and dance Magadi - The Bride Price takes the audience on a celebratory tour of the beauty of African customs.
Danny O’Brien is genial stand-up, although the standard for geniality in comedians is pretty low.
Comedy in the Dark is exactly what it sounds like.
Yorkshire girl Nalika comes to London to make it but reality hits when she ends up living with a violent squirrel.
Big Value Comedy Show (Early) promises two hours of comedy gold with four young stars of tomorrow.
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