A sweet late-night mix of up-and-coming sketch, stand-up and character comedy hosted by Eleanor Colville. Join the revels. ‘Catch her while you have the chance’ (BroadwayBaby.com).
Prepare for the gay and straight worlds to come together, as unlikely friends James Barr and Dan Hudson bring their hugely successful podcast to Edinburgh – live! James will expl…
A request for sex talk in German, a crippling back injury and coming out to her religious grandmother.
Every night, a rising star of the comedy scene will curate their own night of comedy.
A new hour of stand-up.
The Full Moon Cabaret is an immersive art party with burlesque, variety and subversive surprises.
Stand-up comedian and school teacher Alex Farrow presents a show about Western philosophy told through his stories of teaching religious studies to Muslim and Christian teenagers i…
Moby Dick: a book, a play, an episode of Star Trek, 12 movies, and a fish.
Joe Foster (Winner of South Coast Comedian of the year 2015) presents his eagerly anticipated debut stand-up show.
Australian comedian Ross Voss’s show in the form of a basketball game! Four quarters of 12 minutes of comedy! Each quarter is different, from more about me to storytelling, longe…
Listen to an uncommonly candid view of the world.
A desk, a pile of papers, a stack of records and a funny, thought-provoking and really quite moving tale exploring love, love songs, and how we all live lives with our own personal…
Dan tries to figure out when exactly one crosses the threshold into adulthood, and how long one must stay there before performing a U-turn, grabbing a milkshake and watching cartoo…
What’s the deal with children anyway? Why do parents get such crappy birthday presents? Isn’t it enough to be married – does one have to be happy as well? These and many other qu…
Omar & Lee are two countercultural clowns on a mission to enlighten and entertain.
Unbridled to genre or tradition, Calvin Arsenia came of age in Kansas City, studying classical voice, piano and guitar.
Nathan Willcock, Chortle Student Comedy Award runner-up, presents his debut show about success, our current political situation and a 19th-century textile designer.
Christine is standing at a crossroads in life, looking back at her past decisions.
Meet Georges the Spider – actor, philosopher, spider – and allow him to accompany you on a journey through the history of cinema told from his unique perspective as an egocentr…
I grew up in a very Catholic Italian family.
“It’s time to take your pill,” says the director, before handing me a tiny white tablet that she assures me is made of sugar, while clearing chairs to create a dancefloor.
Are you, do you know, or have you been a pessimist? Are you, have you been, or do you want to be happy? This is the stand-up comedy show for you! Matt Duwell – ‘Grand ideas, infe…
Abrasive satire for Guardian readers, disguised as sensationalist whimsy for Sun readers so as not to alienate the proletariat.
The Oxford Revue present a rotating cast of the country’s brightest young comedians.
Just twelve short months ago, Mark Row had never stepped on stage to perform stand-up comedy.
Death invited you to decide the fate of The Poet.
Six improvisers barrel through the funnies in City Impro’s debut Edinburgh Fringe show where suggestions provided by you inspire an epic series of improvised comedy games, sketch…
Tracey likes to dream.
Ever been called into that room where they make you redundant? Ever wished that you’d fought back and told them exactly what you thought of the whole bollock-brained process? Well,…
Don’t you hate it when.
Dressed like a hip hop stereotype and with an accent he describes as “Forrest Gump on crack”, LJ Da Funk is the brainchild of stand-up Zac Splijt.
The Arts Theatre West End’s resident improv troupe perform their high octane brand of slick, witty, musical improvised comedy for free! (Usually costs £10, duh.
There are many schools of thought as to what is best to write here but few are bold enough to address those schools at the expense of describing their own show.
Character comedy improvisers Leanna and Angela present Sandy and Danni, two desperate and deluded American girls looking for fairy tale romance.
Spread your wings of courage and join Big O as she explores the aspects of fear.
Life is hard, three comedians insist.
Bounty of Beards presents a multimedia skinny cappa frappa-cino cake of Amish Kraftwerk, axe-wielding maniacs, stick on beards and Babybel epaulettes! Let the best beards in the Fr…
Sit back and relax as we honour today’s real comedic geniuses – our very own tax-shirking, pig-pumping Westminster massive! Come join in a celebration of the absurdist joy that…
It’s sequel season and after last year’s highly attended and much revered two-handed show – ‘consistently amusing and solid performances’ (BroadwayBaby.
The Giggle Dungeon has its sights set sights on the north! They are bringing every weapon in their arsenal.
A new one-man show from performance maker Josh Gardner.
Vanessa Smythe has a bit of a ‘downer hobby’: she worries about disappearing.
One man’s struggles to come to terms with growing up, trying to get laid, and have a good night out in communist Hungary.
Adam Benjamin (BBC New Comedy Award 2014), Victor Preda (Romania) and very special guests present an hour of just fun, completely unpretentious stand-up.
Scott Redmond had a fun 2014; kidnapped, arrested, threatened at gun and knife point, disowned, broken up and dealing with bereavement.
Join Ryan Cull (2013 BAFTA Rocliffe New Writing Award winner) as he describes his personal life in progress, from his boyhood adventures in leg braces to becoming a man combating h…
Ste and Dave In Training is a brand new character comedy show, written and performed by Ste Johnston (Channel 4’s No Offence) and Dave Jackson (ITV2’s Bad Bridesmaid).
George Rowe delivers a decent hour of Free Fringe stand-up that never reaches truly great heights and contains more than a few missteps, but nevertheless contains a spark of someth…
If you’re living right, this could happen to you.
I am not entirely sure why comedians Ben Shannon and Mike Reed decided their set should be forty-eight minutes long, rather than a full hour, but it actually doesn’t really matte…