After last years sell-out performances at the Fringe, English Comedian of the Year finalist Adam Rowe has bought his show Pinnacle to the Edinburgh Fringe.
Join comedy jumble sale Joby Mageean on a swashbuckling stand-up comedy adventure as he takes you on a whimsical tale of the seven seas, recounting his life as a troubadour and hei…
As seen on the BBC and Channel 4.
Multi award-winning Matt brings a brand-new ‘high wattage’ (Guardian) show to Edinburgh.
The perfect end to a day at the Fringe: deep in the bowels of the best pub in Edinburgh, a raucously competitive late-night feast of trivia, festival in-jokes, physical challenges,…
Join one-woman joke-machine Adele Cliff, for a show about lions and sharing, but not the lion’s share.
Jamie, affable dweeb but viciously misanthropic cyclist, will explain how a head-on collision with a car and his first year teaching completely changed his opinion on humans.
The most trusted name in comedy makes his triumphant return to the Edinburgh Fringe following a three-year hiatus of soul-searching, soul-destroying, and soul-transference.
Boys don’t cry – but should they? Ross Smith can’t remember the last time he did and is unsure if he still can.
The critically acclaimed, Breakthrough Act 2019 Award nominee returns with a defiant battle cry against the gloom – Smile.
Kate Lucas has been told she needs to sell herself more.
Barry promised he would "share [his] soul with you" at the start of the show, and golly, he really does.
Glenn Moore from Mock the Week and Absolute Radio presents a new show full of the distinctive jokes and offbeat gags we’ve come to accept.
Look, I think we can all agree that 2018 has been an absolute bloody nightmare.
The ‘reigning queen of New York’s live storytelling scene’ (Jon Ronson) and host of the hit US storytelling show, The Moth, delivers her debut stand-up hour.
From BBC Three, Dave and elsewhere, award-winning comedian Chris (BBC New Talent Hotlist 2017, Milton Jones tour support) returns to Edinburgh with a brand-new show about time, spa…
In 1966, Joe Welch, a skipper, sails into dingle harbour with a very unusual catch.
Suited and booted Australian improv god unleashes pure comedy chaos in a basement with a live blues band.
What’s the point of all this? (Life.
Razor-sharp women’s satirical magazine, Succubus, brings you a mixed-bill hour of comedy championing new female comedy writers and stand-ups.
If information is in infinite supply, why are we surprised it has no value? Moscow’s top (yeah, only) satirical stand-up, the ‘quick-fire funny’ (Vin Arthey, Scotsman) Russian retu…
Award-winning comedian Edy Hurst presents a debut work of comic ingenuity and imagination, plundering against forces far beyond his reach to create the world’s greatest theme par…
‘Tipped for great things’ (GQ), Glenn Moore, from critically-acclaimed sketch comedy duo Thunderbards, returns to Edinburgh with a second ‘relentlessly silly and gag-laden show’ (L…
The worse the world gets the funnier Stuart Black gets.
Grab a morning coffee and start your (Fringe) day with a life-changing symposium (terms and conditions apply).
A selfish man – ‘a very funny man at the peak of his powers’ (IrishPost.
The most talked about comedian from last year’s Fringe is back.
In 2009, Steve spent his summer working at a kids camp in America.
Don’t miss the best of today’s new comedians at yesterday’s prices in this stellar lunchtime show.
01/02 is a stand up show about one particular week in a young man’s life.
Tom Ward (Chortle Award Winner 2017, BBC Worldwide, Comedy Central) returns with a picnic of broken dreams to share! And the dome-haired, exuberant loner brings forth quite a banqu…
‘If Flanders & Swann and Flight of the Conchords and Garfunkel & Oates had a six-way time-travelling gang-bang that somehow mixed all their DNA, the offspring might end up sounding…
Due to the fact that the Edinburgh Festival Fringe demands that performers submit a name for a show months in advance of performance, many titles do not represent the content of th…
Chaotic, alcohol-fuelled and very funny indeed.
People will recognise Ellie Taylor from the popular BBC3 show, Snog, Marry, Avoid, where she conducted make-unders on OTT members of the British public.
There is always plenty of political comedy at the Fringe, but rarely as passionate and earnest as James Meehan’s Class Act.
For 10 nights only, multi award-winning comedian Matt Richardson brings his show Bangerang to the Fringe.
When Danny was 10 something bad happened, he was fine.
A celebration of screwing up, an ode to making a balls of it, an hour of ‘sublime standup’ (Evening Standard) in praise of failing and failing better while flicking the V sign …
Christopher is a novelist; a passionate, committed and self-confident novelist.
Lunchtime stand-up to warm up your chuckle muscles.
New York-based Irish comedian Colum Tyrrell brings his debut hour to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
At the start of his show Geoff Norcott claims he’s a moron.
Tom Parry, formerly a third of sketch group Pappy’s, presents Yellow T-Shirt, his first solo show, at this year’s Fringe.
No amount of advance research can prepare you for Comedians’ Cinema Club.
Hilarious debut from multi-award-winning comedian Julian Deane.
If you’d said to me three years ago when I started doing stand-up, ‘You’ll have the best show at the Fringe in 2015’ I’d never have believed it, because not only am I a great t…
Omid Singh is an American touring stand-up comedian, based in Los Angeles.
He likes Bad Manners and football and dislikes bad manners and liver.
Two men and one woman, apparently strangers, await orders for their induction day.
This improv show sees stand up Eric
Lampaert direct a series of movies with a cast of Fringe comedians that changes
daily - some of whom have never even seen the
movie they are …
The premise of the show is simple; Mars has abandoned self-doubt and concluded he is a good comedian; he’s decided that this one is on us; the audience, to enjoy the show or not.
Fin Taylor only has one joke, he explains, and he gets it out of the way early on.
You’ve got to have a bit of a thick skin to go to Russell Hicks: Unprepared.
After twenty five years of semi-retirement, playing the nursing homes of Great Britain, Sol Bernstein is back where he belongs, performing in nightclubs to drunks.
Lovable diva Sharnema Nougar and charming imbecile Leo Conville debut their unique blend of love songs, absurd comedy and vaudeville.
Danny Mcloughlin feels alright.
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