Andy Quirk presents a colossal comedy showdown of ten-minute tasters from stand-up, sketch, musical and character comedy shows at the Fringe.
Nominated for Best New Show at this year’s Leicester Comedy Festival.
Girl Code is a comedy panel show, hosted by Sikisa and featuring a group (three to four) of outspoken female women who are all going through varied life experiences, which include …
These two idiots are about to sell each other out for a chance at making more money than anyone’s ever made at Fringe.
Robbie McShane with his first ever girlfriend and his new pals feels he is now in the position to give the knowledge onto others, like some pathetic God or something.
Rotating bill stand-up! Come and see the finest stand-ups the University of Southampton Comedy Society and the Fringe has to offer! Featuring experienced student performers, both n…
It seems that in this modern world everyone’s got an opinion; and what’s more they all want you to know about it! But does anyone really care? When comedians start spouting their w…
Four of the best jokers from the Fringe pack, perform the finest material from their club sets, which have been honed in comedy clubs across the UK.
In the last record shop still standing, Manchester comic Fat Roland re-examines his life through not-so-teenage kicks, surrounded by forgettable (and unforgettable) pop music.
Back for its fourth year, Tom Short (Funhouse Champion of Champions 2014, Harrogate Comedian of the Year finalist 2018) presents a selection of short comedy sets from some of the b…
Jack Chisnall (BBC Radio 4 writer, ‘one of the best reviewed shows of Fringe 2018’ (Comedy.
The world is going to sh*t! Or so it seems.
A comedy about the autistic spectrum.
Drunk Lion follows an alcoholic lion who spends his days drinking into oblivion in a cantina until he meets Chris, a young foreigner learning how to speak Spanish.
A show about someone who doesn’t need to exaggerate the absurdities of his life.
The interactive show where Dalia Malek (CKP’s Lunchtime Special, Chortle Student Comedy Award finalist, Second City Diversity in Comedy Festival, SF Sketchfest) and rotating co-hos…
We all have some evil in us: there is a Mr Hyde to our Dr Jekyll, a yin to our yang, a fig roll to our jaffa cake.
Ray Fordyce is back again to host a delightful afternoon of comedy and entertainment to brighten any Fringe day.
After performing to sold out crowds in Toronto, Death Ray Cabaret returns to the Edinburgh Fringe with more fast-paced songs and break-neck banter.
In real life, Loose Brie (Martin and Phil) live together in a tiny flat.
Part of Laughing Horse Free Festival.
A wonderfully hilarious hour of stand-up comedy by two comedians that have been thrilling audiences throughout Europe with their show It’s A Joke Life.
Drunk Lion follows an alcoholic lion who spends his days drinking into oblivion in a cantina, until he meets Chris, a young foreigner learning how to speak Spanish.
John Lewis is a computer scientist, father of four, social liberal, atheist, and not a retail store.
Janet and Paul are ordinary, common people and very happy with it.
‘Free copy of Risk magazine with chocolate biscuits’ shout Gabby and Matt at South Kensington Tube station.
Caution! Nightmare Fuel contains the following: demon birth, gaslighting, cheerleader intestines and vampire cunnilingus.
Jon Long (Musical Comedy Awards Audience Favourite 2016) is out to entertain you and he’ll be using all the tricks of the Troubadour trade.
‘Anesti Danelis delivers the funny with a hefty side of heart.
Siân’s mum is worried about her.
The funniest men in Staffordshire encounter local characters old and new. Or do they? ‘The funniest men in Staffordshire’ (Stoke Sentinel).
IN BETWEEN: languages, careers, sexual preferences…
Stand-up comedy in English, by a French girl and her accent.
Six award-winning clowns, characters, and comedians all show off, separately.
LoveHard return to the Fringe after their award-winning 2016 show House On The Hill with a new comic offering that is literally the best of both the theatre and comedy worlds.
The alternative stand-up Sean Turner has natural comedic instincts that lead him to areas most comics wouldn’t ever find themselves.
Did you support the #WomensMarch? The only place to march this August is down to this female-led show! A rotating line-up of talented, award-winning, critically acclaimed guests, t…
Want to spice up your love life? Not sure what S&M stands for? Fifty Shades of Grey made you angry and confused? Never fear! Ros Ballinger is here to guide you through the weird, w…
Stand-up comedy from the stars and creators of the underground-award winning Festival Fringe hit Kev’s Komedy Kitchen.
Brilliantly observed jokes and odd stories from a feral comedy mind.
After Muslims Do It Five Times A Day and Aatificial Intelligence, Aatif Nawaz returns to the Fringe to have The Last Laugh.
After catching her fiancé screwing her friend, Celeste reads under a Snapple bottle cap: ‘We can’t stop ourselves from suffering, but we can learn how to suffer better’.
A delirious investigation of American violence, emptiness and nonsense.
Carabet is a light escapist comedy show coming to the Fringe fresh from gigs all over Europe.
Nuclear winter has descended upon the globe.
Two ladies who like tea, cake, gin and playing ukulele.
“The Tribute Act To The Act With No Act”has solved a problem that dogs all but the most innovate of performers: why bother making the effort to come up with something new when …
Fat Head and the Big Dog is a stand-up comedy show by Northern Ireland’s fast-rising comedians Aaron McCann and Dave Elliott.
Raucous melancholy! Human failure! A whole bunch of jokes! Strong and kind sketch group Beach Hunks are proud to present their debut hour of crushingly absurd comedy.
Sid’s the best comic you haven’t heard of, which is saying a lot, because you haven’t heard of a lot of comics.
This Is Our Summer Holiday: Saskia Preston and Sophie Henderson are using up every day of their annual holiday allowance to do their jokes for you.
Self-proclaimed “Champion of Comedy” Rob Mulholland tells all in this hilarious stand-up show.
After a gap year, Ray Fordyce is back to host an afternoon of entertainment and comedy treats.
‘The tightest, smartest musical comedy show I’ve ever seen’ (PhillySketchfest.
From the team that brought you Winfamy, ‘bizarre and brilliant’ **** (EdFringeReview.
Enter a world with its veil drawn back, where good and evil battle in darkly hilarious style.
Spoken word behemoth Fat Roland mixes deadpan comedy and surreal stories with wonderfully odd illustrations.
The word “fabulous” is defined as being extraordinary and wonderful, and having no basis in reality.
Everybody be cool, this is a mother*cking puppet show! The ultimate Tarantino homage, this is Pulp Fiction with strings attached.
Aatif follows up his acclaimed Muslims Do it 5 Times a Day show with a loud and hilarious assault on irresponsible journalism.
Kelly Ford’s Kapers is a one-woman comedy character and sketch showcase, made to entertain, amuse and put some chortle in your cheeks.
People really do say some weird things on social media.
Improvised stories, with a big heart.
British Exist Theatre Company admit that they sometimes embrace challenging and provocative subjects.
Sajeela Kershi is firmly sat on the fence.
Joby Mageean uses comedy as a coping mechanism to deal with all his real problems in life, such as an awful disease which left him with no immune system, a lack of money and other …
They say write what you know so Jake Bourke wrote about being a failure. And he wants you to be one too. Learn why getting it wrong is right, an F is good for you and how to fail.
Sean Turner, alternative stand-up comedian, is returning to the Edinburgh Fringe for his second solo Fringe show.
In this solo show, Wild Card Kitty presents a compendium of character comedy based chicanery, transforming into different artistes from around the globe showing off their special s…
Ettieboo (Ria Lina) presents the best value cabaret money can buy! Each show is different, with a line-up comprised of the best, brightest, and most beautiful acts participating at…
Rotating Bill is an ever-changing compilation of comics, each of whom has honed their own particular sense of humour into a series of easy-to-manage, hilariously-timed chunks.
In Sketchbombs, Georgina Hurt and Laura Anderson take one of the cornerstones of the British entertainment tradition – the comedy double-act – and give it a fresh and invigorat…
Telly Box is a difficult show to describe: a bombardment of amusing ideas and
parodies that take the form of a Sunday morning television show.
Hurt & Anderson are bringing sketchy back.
Nothing more natural than clay and water to give shape to woman and understand that her, like Earth, was once young and brave, strong and unbreakable, old and tired, weak and broke…
Chris is on the precipice of an existential crisis.
This year will be the biggest year ever for Ginger Ale Comedy as we relaunch the show in partnership with some of Scotland’s best emerging promoters, who run both established stand…
You’ve heard the one about the Irishman and the Scotsman walk into a bar before… Duncan and Sean will be a Scots and Irishman in a bar but this time it’s war.
Carol Robson is a wonderwoman.
MommAutism is one-woman show about raising a son with autism.
Peter Strong and Dan Fardell share an hour set at The Newsroom, titled Perfectly Goddamned Delightful after a Charles Crumb quotation, as Strong explains in his three minute Broadw…
Warning: This show contains blatant sexual
references and some silly racial stereotypes.
Three Shot Mockery is a fine way to spend an hour of precious festival time.
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