A solo show about motherhood, the forest and the universe.
5 years ago, Eva decided to become an entertainer.
One of the (many) great things about Fringe is that new comics, who don’t yet have an hour’s worth of material, can buddy up to put on a show — Chris Hall and Mark Bittleston…
The sell-out, unique comedy experience returns.
Molly and Carla are both high-energy and friendly gals.
Established as one of the best shows of the Fringe.
After moving to Switzerland, a wayward Aussie finds out he’ll be a father and so he does the obvious: Leaves everyone to embark on an acting career (AKA cocaine addiction) and accr…
He’s a stand-up and a clown.
Into every generation, a slayer is born: one girl in all the world, a chosen one.
Debut show from award-winning (and he will prove it) internet comedy sensation, Jim Daly (50+ million views).
Highly rated newcomers, Runi (Hypothetical, HIGNFY) and Toussaint (Dave’s Outsiders, John Bishop tour support), have written for TV and supported some of the biggest names in comed…
It’s comedian, idiot, writer and voice actor Cerwonka’s Fringe debut.
Four of the best newer acts.
Comedian by night, stay-at-home-dad / trophy husband by day! International comedian Ryan Wingfield shares his take on the challenges of family life and other experiences in this so…
A twisted stand-up comedy quest to understand fatherhood.
This unique comedy experience returns to the Edinburgh Fringe after sell-out shows across the UK and Europe.
Four of the best new acts on the circuit, selected by Just the Tonic.
Imagine Bandersnatch with less clothes, more STDs and an instagram filter over the screen.
This unique comedy experience returns to the Edinburgh after sell-out shows across the UK and Europe.
If you have a problem, Nancy will solve it.
Sociologist-turned-detective Caleb Rutherford steps into a hall of mirrors exposing real people through their professions while thinking he has nothing to reveal about himself.
Four years ago, Dylan Dodds asked himself a question: could he BE any more ridiculous? The answer, it turns out, is yes.
Martin Pilgrim can’t go on like this.
Vauxhall Comedy presents two of the brightest up-and-coming comedians on the UK circuit: Tom Elwes and Ali Woods (as heard on BBC Radio 4).
A debut hour of material from one of the fastest-rising acts in the UK.
Here Comes Your Man is a lovely hour of storytelling from a bright new talent Matt Hoss.
The award-winning Bristol Revunions are back on the road with their latest free Fringe show, Roadtrip! It’s not just the scenery that changes as Roadtrip features a three-week rota…
Since she was seventeen, Caitlin Cook has lived by a code: if something scares her, she has to do it.
Introducing sloth, the debut stand-up show from Cambridge Footlight and all-round privileged white male Dan AG.
After sell-out shows and scooping up awards at Melbourne and Sydney comedy festivals, Blake and Dan are setting off to Edinburgh to take part in the world’s biggest arts festival! …
Do you sometimes think about your actions? Do your actions make you feel like a sociopath? Does feeling like a sociopath hurt your self-esteem? Well this show was specifically writ…
David Tieck is a big absurdist, idiotic, teddy-bear type person.
In his first solo Edinburgh show, Jake Farrell (Soho Theatre Comedy Lab) performs 40 minutes of stand-up about carrying on, fear and the future.
Are you ready for the ultimate Fringe party? Drag acts face off against comedians with hilarious and over-the-top performances that will leave you positively shook and gagging for …
Award-winning Edinburgh homeless and mental health charity bring you an original play – new for 2018.
After exploding all over last year’s Fringe, the doyenne of erotic fiction, Pamela DeMenthe, returns with her seminal scorcher, Sticky Digits: an interactive masterclass in salacio…
Ursine stand-up Richard Hanrahan finally gets his act together, or at least tries to.
Aussie Nick Elleray has been described as ‘an under-appreciated purveyor of quality downbeat comedy’ (Chortle.
Join Darren Walsh (UK’s first Pun Champion, winner of Dave’s Joke of the Edinburgh Fringe, BBC’s iWonder, BBC Comedy Festivals Presents) on a round-the-world flight, pun-packed wit…
Pop Ditz is a contemporary clown and character comedy show about pop culture, obsessions and freedom of expression performed by one ditsy Norwegian.
Fun to be Around is an authentic, no-holds-barred narrative about triumphing over psychosis.
We’re offering the finest upcoming comedians on the UK circuit at a bargain price. Hand selected from our year-round auditions, this show is quality talent in its prime.
An ex-SNP politico, a bible-wielding American mom and JK Rowling walk into a.
Join Phil in a lighthearted romp through the the world of collective delusions.
BBC New Comedy Award finalist.
Christy Coysh (as seen on BBC Three) and Kat Sadler (selected for BBC New Comedy Award 2017) debut their first work-in-progress show.
What happens when a crazed madman takes a comedy show and its audience hostage? Find out in the Bad Clowns maddest show yet.
We’re offering the finest upcoming comedians on the UK circuit at a bargain price.
Free Tunnock’s Caramel Wafer for every audience member! Scotland’s fastest, best and only sketch trio present a light-speed comedy experience like no other.
Grab the hottest Fringe tickets to discover tomorrow’s comedy stars, showcasing their Fringe comedy shows in this prestigious final.
Vote excitedly alongside dozens of international talent scouts for 2018’s hottest breakthrough stars in the making, who battle for glory, fame and the shiny moose trophy.
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