After a critically acclaimed debut hour, Ollie Horn returns with a new hour of stand-up about what happens when you let yourself try new things.
‘Phil sweeps the audience on an exhilarating never-ending stream-of-consciousness loaded with laughter.
A comedy review of the year that was cancelled from ‘one of the finest acts on the Scottish comedy circuit’ (Guardian).
A showcase new to Edinburgh Fringe with some of the best comedians from around the Fringe with new and established material, doing things a bit differently with a few surprises, so…
Eddie Mullarkey brings you on a hilarious, almost entirely honest and wild journey of growing up as a mama’s boy in the west of Ireland, being a failed Catholic, and coming to term…
Hot girl summer is finally here and Eleanor Conway is ready for some post lockdown dating – she’s Vaxxed and Waxxed (and ready to climax!) Join her for a TMI post-pandemic catch-…
Pick of the Fringe award winner Ivor Dembina, presents a revised and updated version of his solo Jewish comedy show – a story with jokes about Israel, Palestine and the Jews.
Pick of the Fringe award winner (2019).
Take a gonzo dive into a world of sex dungeons, meth and so much more with New York City comedian, Katharyn Henson.
Thought your 2020 was bad? You get home, the door is smashed and a burglar flees.
See the very best comedians selected from across the Fringe, with a different top-notch comedy line-up every night – as this show returns to Edinburgh for its 18th year.
In her work-in-progress show, In the Dark, Adele ponders the power of knowledge, the power in refusing it, and all things that go on when the lights go off.
It’s been a long time since we could go see live comedy, but it’s back! Award-winning comic Ben Clover presents a different bill of top stand-ups each evening.
Feast on five of the tastiest up-and-coming comedians on the circuit in this stand-up comedy showcase including your award-winning host, Masai Graham (UK Pun Champion 2016).
You can never be entirely sure if the material a comedian is sharing is true, based in truth, or completely fabricated.
Eliott has never cared for sex.
Join two of The Oxford Revue’s brightest talents as they take you through an hour of rogue, wild and laugh-out-loud comedy.
Some women aspire to wearing their mother’s shoes.
I’ll Be Broken Home for Christmas is a dark comedy musical written by Jeffrey Baldinger and Jessica Michelle Singleton.
Back in 99, Tony Blair said ‘We’re all middle class now’.
In 1698 Thomas d’Urfey published the smash-hit book of comic songs, Wit and Mirth.
Andrew Frank: Cognitive Goof is an hour of stand-up comedy exploring the hilarity and profundity of perception, belief, identity, time and space.
The world is filled to the brim with pain, anger and death.
What would you do if you could go back in time and hand-pick who you would become? One day a man encounters a strange spirit and is offered the opportunity to become someone else, …
New Zealand comedian, Grave St Claire, brings his multimedia comedy show to Edinburgh for the first time.
Sun, sea and stand-up.
As a teenager, Calum asked a famous comedian how to get into comedy.
From a no-holds-barred dissection of his own laughable life to a skewed look at the absurdity of the everyday.
Comedians are, like, soooo the broken, unused toys in a toy box and we’ve been, like, really trying to use comedy to repair ourselves and survive in the toy box of life.
Ever wake up after a heavy night of booze and think, what did I do last night? You rarely remember the taxi journey.
With politics moving to extremes and into every aspect of our lives, Erich McElroy finds another way.
As more and more subjects aren’t being talked about, the Immoral Maze deals with them in the most honest way morally possible: by getting comedians to rip them apart.
Suren Jayemanne (Aus) has made a splash on the Australian scene, with his debut TV stand-up special featured as part of ABC’s Comedy Next Gen series.
Conceptual art, dance, theatre, somebody sh*tting on stage.
Never-before-seen nonsense on stage.
The popular show with a revolving line-up of performers of all varieties to entertain all the family returns after more shows at festivals worldwide.
A brutally honest show about growing up in the Balkans, then somehow moving to Malta, and finally ending up in London to become a pizza boy.
A greatest-hits show with a difference.
A motley assortment of North American comedians each deliver their polished 7-15 minute sets.
Stephanie and Paul bring you a silly hour of silliness with zero artistic merit but a shockingly high volume of Maltesers.
Growing up, I was too brown for white kids and the wrong kind of brown for brown kids.
London Bermondsey’s beloved local comedy show comes to Edinburgh! Hosted by a podgy gay comic from the remote island of Taiwan, this comedy show has, for month after month, enterta…
Canadian stand-up Byron Bertram hilariously explores being a black sheep in an all-Chinese high school, dating a Japanese celebrity and travelling to 20 different countries while d…
Anecdotal, episodic, lacking an overarching theme, lighthearted, tittle tattle, way too many characters… Think Charles Dickens but better. ***** (Herald).
A no-holds-barred comedy show starring Will Mars (FOX’s Showtime at The Apollo) and Sarah Lee (Jewish Comedian of the Year finalist 2018).
Sunjai Arif can show you the world as he shares his memories of nostalgic pop culture all while attempting not to be sued by Disney.
Unlike anything you have ever experienced before.
A variety show of absurdist comedy.
Award-winning Dave Green does his highly anticipated debut hour.
For the 4th year, American atheist Bronston Jones reacts to the chaos of his country with a prayer: God Bless ‘Merica, because it’ll take a miracle to fix it.
The show that the greater media cannot entirely accept as real.
Rising star Kemah Bob and special guests present a shared hour of laid-back stand-up comedy.
Kevin Precious is a former religious studies teacher.
The dumbest game show ever to grace a stage on God’s green Earth.
Thanksgiving with your family in the most eye-popping of places.
Star of FOX’s Showtime at the Apollo, finalist on season eight of NBC Comcast’s knockout television show, Trial By Laughter and runner-up for the woman he loves.
Dino Wiand plays the Yorkshire Ripper, who has been allowed out of prison on a rehab program to perform a stand-up comedy routine, which he uses to discuss his plans for orchestrat…
Late-night one-liners from Phil Pagett, ‘One of the country’s best new gag writers’ (Gary Delaney, Mock the Week), ranging from the absurd to the twisted.
Autistic people speak for themselves in this ensemble show, written from surveys completed only by Autistic people.
Henry Ginsberg spent most of his adult life envious of his male friends scoring on the weekend.
If you like superheroes; if you want to learn more about their history; if you’ve ever seen a movie that had superheroes in it… if you’ve read this far already – you should…
Zahra’s a bit like the country of Turkey, in that she’s a mix of Eastern and Western culture, and also she is a bird.
In its fifth year, the best comics of the Fringe are brought together for this premier comedy showcase.
Deliciously dark re-workings, told through stand-up and live art.
Revised by audience feedback throughout, your chance to contribute to the interactive audience autism conversion phenomenon has returned.
How board games can change your life and save the world.
A show about being the only remaining singleton in a world full of weddings, mortgages, children, security and a lack thereof.
Kirk Smith is the author of Rice Krispies with Ketchup, and his podcast Autastic is ranked number four on the iTunes self-help charts.
This is political stand-up at its best.
Through a series of devised monologues, pieces of physical theatre and slam poetry, Lies.
‘Some names and identifying details have been changed to protect the innocent’ reads a screen at the back of the stage.
The latest craze is literally nothing.
In its fourth year, the best comics of the Fringe are brought together for this premier comedy showcase.
Robyn Perkins, **** (ThreeWeeks), is the only American to become an English Comedian of the Year finalist.
Tiny Horse Comedy.
A new stand-up and sketch show by Sarah Bennetto.
It’s back! The interactive comic book knowledge bomb.
With the accompanying subtitle, this show becomes God Bless ‘Merica, Because It’ll Take A Miracle To Fix It; whilst that’s quite a mouthful, it certainly encompasses the sent…
A new human colony, but full of idiots.
American comic Erich McElroy presents a brand new hour of stand-up.
A new stand-up and character solo show by the London-based Melbourne comedian and host of Storytellers’ Club.
Stand-up comedians Carmen Ali and Jake Pickford have decided to put their relationship to the ultimate test by doing a show together.
From the writer of Shooting Stars and Mock the Week comes a brand new show with some of the sharpest one-liners you are likely to hear! Like the True or False section from Shooting…
Don’t learn from your mistakes, enjoy the mistakes of others.
Gecko finds former RE teacher Kevin Precious falling out with a Brighton New Age type, bemoaning a Facebook request from a former associate who’s doing very well (and is keen to sh…
Cryptozoology is the posh word for ‘the pursuit of hidden animals’ – those creatures that are theorised to exist, but haven’t yet been proven to by science.
“And now the moment you’ve all been waiting for!” Fringe Festival folklore is replete with tales of life-changing shows witnessed in less-than-life-changing venues – seeing…
An hour of fun-filled stand-up and gag-filled songs from comic live wire Bryan Lacey! With a knack for pulling a punchline from the unexpected, join Bryan and his blend of observat…
‘I do say, give us another!’ is the tragic cry of mediocrity from an improv show that is several decades too late for salvation.
Nymphonerdiac: one’s a nymph, the other’s a nerd and here’s where the twain shall meet.
James jokes about booze.
The Free Fringe is a chaotic world.
From the get-go, it’s evident that Barking at Aeroplanes is going to be a little bit strange and out of the ordinary.
When one turns 30 it is generally agreed upon that shopping, binge eating and crying into one’s cat is just the ticket for transitioning out of those pesky 20-somethings.
Being a single girl of 30-something with a worryingly high dependency on chocolate and cats is never easy.
Nick Dixon ‘Well worth looking out for’ (Jason Manford) and Sunil Patel (BBC New Comedy Awards) perform half an hour each of finely-crafted hilarity.
Back for a fourth year at the Fringe - an hour of sharp gags, intelligent observations and blisteringly quick improvised raps from three of the circuit’s best comedians.
Tom’s an award-winning comedian, thirty-something accountant and big, friendly nerd.
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