Justin Matson: Fatter Than You Think

Justin Matson: Fatter Than You Think

Adorably awkward with a twist of gay, Los Angeles-based comedian Justin Matson has been kicked off of three rollercoasters for being too fat. Now he’s finally ready to talk about it! 

Laugh Train Home Comedy Showcase

Laugh Train Home Comedy Showcase

In its sixth year, the best comics of the Fringe are brought together for this premier comedy showcase. Every show features different four/five-star comics, making it the best guide for who to see in Edinburgh, as well as a fantastic stand-alone show... 

2 Ruby Knockers, 1 Jaded Dick: A Dirk Darrow Investigation

2 Ruby Knockers, 1 Jaded Dick: A Dirk Darrow Investigation

Best of Fest Award: London, Ottawa, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, and Victoria Fringe festivals. Australia’s favourite American mentalist detective has arrived! Murders! Explosions! Punctuation#@%$! Wowing crowds the world over, this hilarious gumshoe is part comedian, part mind-reader, part magician, part storyteller, and all gritty retro 1930s film noir! Think Boardwalk Empire meets Naked Gun meets Derren Brown... 

World Cup of Comedy

World Cup of Comedy

Audiences vote daily to determine the winner in the World Cup of Comedy at the Fringe. Stand-up comedians from around the world compete for bragging rights and our very own Comedy Cup... 

Paul Foxcroft: Huge If True

Paul Foxcroft: Huge If True

Paul Foxcroft (Cariad and Paul, Michael McIntyre's Big Show) is a professional improviser who, for some reason, has decided to script an hour's show in defiance of his many years of comedy experience... 

Gareth Berliner: I Paid for 50 Minutes of Your Time

Gareth Berliner: I Paid for 50 Minutes of Your Time

Stand-up comic Gareth Berliner was cast in Coronation Street four years ago to play dodgy drug dealer Macca, and was told he didn't need make-up! He's also very funny. Gareth has been working on new things and ideas and playing with form... 

James Cook: Sarcasmic

James Cook: Sarcasmic

'A top class comic' (Birmingham Mail). 'The most enjoyable hour' (BBC News). 700,000 video views. Can an award-winning comedian elevate the lowest form of wit to the highest form of art? Probably not, but it’ll be fun.