Dabek is an old-school showman; his banter is honed to a bleeding edge and you can easily imagine him holding forth on classic Saturday night TV, perhaps as a guest on The Paul Dan…
As this Victorian romp reaches its climax and Sherlock Holmes whips a ladle out of his jacket to use as a weapon with a cry of “Good thing I sleep cook!” I am holding my sides …
Well, well, well.
After amazing audiences for two years with groundbreaking Strictly Come Trancing, the Fringe’s first and best hypnotist returns with a brand-new hypnotic experience.
‘Very friendly but fiercely political’ (Time Out) comedian, Tiernan Douieb, considers if ignorance is indeed bliss, and if so, surely he shouldn’t know that.
The Pioneers of Slapdash Magic are back for a third year at the Fringe, with a brand new show! Expect illusions, death-defying stunts and magical life hacks, all from the jumbled, …
Award-winning comedian off telly and radio dabbles in the occult.
Following last year’s smash-hit, these anarchic twin tricksters return to break more rules of the Magicians’ Code of Conduct.
As Carey’s marriage crumbles, he swaps his wife for a guitar, elopes with it and writes songs about how he’s definitely not having a midlife crisis.
Last year Sofie Hagen won the Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Award for Best Newcomer.
Rock’n’LOL’s title is a crystal clear statement of intent: Christian Reilly promises to provide both rock and LOL, music and comedy, and, most of the time, he delivers on sol…
Ben Dali’s Strictly Come Trancing has a flashy presentation as he enters to Eye Of The Tiger in a glittering jacket and pop-star headset.
Australia’s top comedians take on England’s finest in a five test comedy series to claim the Comedy Ashes.
Stuart Goldsmith is a polished comic.
‘The LipSinkers are a drag troupe who mime to pop songs.
“All the Australians in the room put your hands up,” a splattering of us raise our hands, and little do we realise that Dan Willis will heavily rely on us to make up a good pro…
After 13 years abiding by the magicians’ code of conduct, Kane & Abel will break every rule in the book passed down to them by their grandfather to discover how different their l…
In addition to their main show, the Cambridge Footlights present an hour of stand-up, songs, sketches and more in association with PBH’s Free Fringe.
Last year’s cult hit is back with a brand new show! Hell to Play is a bad taste comedy game show set in hell, hosted by the devil.
With hilarious anecdotes and a no holds barred Q&A, it’s a whole new angle on the world of sex work.
Dear Edinburgh, I’m back on the Free Fringe.
I wrote this show because I love you and wanted to tell you in person.
Globetrotting Comedian Jason John Whitehead returns to the Fringe after a five year walkabout taking his comedy around the world.
Tricnic is a comedy magic show featuring twin magicians Kane and Abel who reject your preconceived notions of the props and common items magic is usually done with and instead perf…
One man’s journey to womanhood.
If Dan Willis is targeting the annoying Australian Uncle demographic with his show Australia: A Whinging Pom’s Guide, he’s got it completely spot on.
One man (Ben).
Lunchtime is perhaps not the right time for a hypnosis show for adults.
‘Utterly leftfield, brilliantly bonkers’ ***** (Time Out).
Phill Jupitus is a performance poet.
Car chases, fan fiction and Westlife are all stories that Danish comedian Sofie Hagen brings to her set with a bubbly personality and fills the room with life with tales of the bes…
When Brendon Burns announced last year that he would neither be promoting his Fringe show nor charging for tickets, a few eyebrows were raised.
Commander Chris Hadfield said that six months on the International Space Station made him feel a great sense of just how much the world is all one place and we are all one people l…
A probably funny show featuring more than one sketch.
From the director of Red Bastard! Think it’s a solo show? Think again.
From the star of Audible.
Britain’s top live political panel show.
Perrier/Chortle award-winning musical comedian with ‘sex, politics and rock’n’roll’ (Scotsman) in the key of grrr.
Canadian Caroline Bierman coined the phrase ‘ONEymoon’ and reinvented a long standing social convention.
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