British author and adventurer, Ruth travelled to some of the world’s most dangerous places and made them the backdrops to her books.
Immerse yourself in a Greek coffee house where familiar faces tell stories of their displaced lives, while a series of unpredictable events unfold in the background.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe is a beacon of individuality for our time: it presents a platform for anybody with the desire to express themselves and whatever makes them individuals.
Ireland’s own Duffy Connors is taking his one-man show Johnny Irish to Edinburgh, which includes stories from the odd man’s life, delicately crafted one-liners and musical come…
Dan Cardwell is in recall.
Writer for BBC.
Irish Comedian of the Year winner Steve Bennett is the happiest man on the planet.
Save your soul with laughter.
Professional comedian and avid cyclist Dion Owen brings his best stand-up material with an emphasis on his experiences and passion for life on a bike.
Seventh consecutive year for the UK’s longest-running and most successful ever Jewish comedy show.
The fifth year of the world unique audience autism conversion show faces new issues.
Fringe hit! A different daily bill of global stand-up comedy stars.
Sixth year of the UK’s most successful ever Jewish comedy.
Steve Bennett is the happiest man on the planet.
Backpackers and travelling comedians have a similar lifestyle: exploring new cultures, travelling light and relying on booze to socialise.
A free Irish comedy show.
The Ballad of Sarah Callaghan.
I’m just a comedian, standing in front of literally anything, asking it to love me.
Jewish comedian’s truthful stand-up, funny stories and good jokes.
No skills, no patience, hypertension and a boat.
Start your evening with Matt Duwell and Victor Patrascan as they bring the finest selection of alternative and off the wall comedy from across the Fringe that doesn’t play by the r…
Debut stand-up hour from Ben Shannon about cats, growing up and being easily distracted.
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Skyfall and Love Actually: three films President Trump will encourage the Prime Minister to stream during his state visit to the UK (probab…
A show about finding the funny in failure.
The Irish are known for many things around the world.
In August 2015 Jordan’s Nanna, Gwendoline Martha Brookes, passed away.
Everyone has a crazy family.
This is a debut stand-up comedy show from Sarah Iles, where she shares her brand of silly humour and stories to all audiences about the various japes she gets herself in to.
Why give, only to get kicked in the teeth? Is that saft (soft) or daft? This is the story about the limits of one woman’s kindness.
Extra performance on the 21st at Laughing Horse @ Counting House with full run from 3rd to 27th (excluding Tuesdays) at Laughing Horse @ Finnegan’s Wake.
This show doesn’t disappoint.
Despite coming across as likeable and charming, Romina Puma’s stand-up set doesn’t provoke too many laughs.
Award-winning Angel Comedy (Best Club in UK 2015, Chortle Awards) brings a showcase to Edinburgh for the first time. Award-winning comedians and the best new acts, free!
Martha ‘Pigeon Puncher’ McBrier, (‘a glorious hour’ ***** Scotsman), returns with more true stories.
Multi award-winning Irish comic Dónal Vaughan takes a self-deprecating look at his life with his three passions: comedy, natural history and talking about himself.
Ship of Fool is the story of one man’s obsession with rowing across the Atlantic.
Punching pigeons comes surprisingly easily to Martha McBrier, whose hour of engaging and funny storytelling draws on run-ins with pesky birds of all kinds, all the while unmasking …
One of Matt Price’s ambitions is to be one of the nicest people in comedy, and man, he’s succeeding.
Having rummaged around the UK, Paul takes you on a tour of some of his charity shop finds.
Return of last year’s brilliant hit kosher comedy show.
London’s Laugh Train Home host Robyn Perkins **** (ThreeWeeks, English Comedian of the Year Finalist) and Sarah Iles, (Comedy Network Award winner) are joined by their favourite aw…
Groan Up is a light-hearted show about change, responsibility, trying to figure out your place in the world, feeling like an outsider inside your own head, and having to giggle lik…
Sarah Callaghan wants to tell us a secret in her first one hour Fringe show.
Do you take the Hollywood route and get work done? Or go au naturel and bare your scars? Nutjob is a young comic’s absurd story of survival, growing up and laughing in the face of …
Seeking to explore the idea that you are your experiences, this positive and inspiring show details how these two up-and-coming comics are not Over It.
Two comedians enter the stage to prove who’s funnier.
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