There’s no such thing as a free lunch but there is a free, quality comedy show at lunchtime! After an immensely successful podcast and competition season, Sheppard and Olsina could…
Our show tells the story of two women.
We tell the story of a chance meeting on a train between a wealthy young graduate and a homeless northerner, and how this dramatic mirror casts light on the inequality of our socie…
The economy has crumbled, politics has turned our society on its head.
Behold, beware, behave! A brand-new sketch show from some comedians you don’t know! Join the Sheffield Revue in an adventure in time and sketch comedy.
Hey, you! Don’t watch that! Watch this! Another stand-up show from some comedians you don’t know! Featuring an amalgam of stand-ups from diverse backgrounds and influences and an M…
Kilara Sen, a female Japanese comedian from Tokyo, won’t wear surgical masks like other Japanese! This is her debut one-hour show on the Fringe.
See the very best comedians at the Fringe, alongside some of the UK’s best comedy newcomers, at this top-rated comedy selection show.
A struggling artist working at a movie theater, Chris goes on a surreal adventure into his subconscious while popping popcorn.
“Why do you think you’re a bitch?” Warning—the first question you’ll be asked upon arriving at Rock Rising’s Girl Bully might invoke a mini existential crisis.
After shows on gangs, golliwogs, racism and politics, James Nokise returns with last year’s hit show on… sports! Yep.
Travelling to Edinburgh all the way from the US, Val Dunn and Jenna Kuerzi present a show managing to totally embody the spirit of this fringe festival.
The Professors of Logic present the songs of Anna Durkacz Ryan with a fresh look at approaching age.
Seven comedians: you, the audience, decide their fate.
Henry Churniavsky (2019 Not So New Comedian of the Year semi-finalist) is a grumpy Jewish sexagenarian who’s just got through a mid-life crisis and now old age approaches.
‘One of the best roasters in Los Angeles’ (Jeff Ross).
Truthful stand-up, funny stories, good jokes and a few ad-libs.
A stand-up comedy showcase for anyone who has ever sat in a pub having a drink and a laugh with their mates.
Keep mixing up your Judi Dench with your Jeffrey Dahmer? Your Tupac Shakur with your Taylor Swift? Well then we’ve got the show for you! Join Dave Fensome (‘Engaging and energetic.
This show is for anyone on the outside looking in, wondering how, what, where, when, why and.
Like a piano player in brothel or a chanteuse at an orgy, Sabrina Chap is the fallen woman of cabaret.
Doctor Klevemark isn’t a real doctor, but she believes in the power of positive thinking.
Clif Knight is a trainwreck and he’s bringing comedy, music and mistaken world outlooks to make you feel better about yourselves.
Hannah quit being a comedian in 2013 when she stopped believing in herself (despite being very funny).
Twice featured on BBC Radio 4’s Pick of the Week.
See the very best comedians from across the Fringe, alongside hot new talent and Fringe newcomers from around the UK, with a different comedy line-up at each show, every day.
Three new up-and-coming stand-up comedians perform their diverse sets.
‘In my view, best new show at Leicester Comedy Festival’ (Tony Booth, Leicester Comedy Festival Judge).
‘Unbeatable comedic timing’ ***** (DurhamStudentTheatre.
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.
He’s the world’s worst poet.
Caught between Berlin and New York, Daniel Louis Vezza explores and takes on the differences between these two cities and the lifestyles that come with them, in an hour of observat…
Canadian comedy veteran and perpetual white belt Kevin Matviw (The Second City) returns to the Fringe with an unhinged solo sketch show filled with improv, “karate” and hilario…
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