Critically acclaimed comedian and host of Vice’s Hate Thy Neighbour and Channel 4’s Adventures in Futureland, Jamali Maddix is heading out on tour again after his incredible 2018 W…
If you want to make the finest wine, use the sweetest grape on the vine.
A brand new hour of jokes from Alfie Brown; the country’s best non-famous comedian.
What happens when our youthful expectations of love and sex, those formed in the 90s by movies, TV and music get crushed by the realities of adulthood and, in this one case, a terr…
The kid’s back with another hour of lo-fi stand-up comedy to chill or study to.
Comedy It-girl Elf floats to Fringe with a horrifying comedy show inspired by Stephen King.
Horror in all it’s forms from the brilliant, brutal mind of one of Scotland’s most talented comics.
Absolute powershed and regular host of The Guilty Feminist, Jessica Fostekew explores her big strong strength.
Critically acclaimed comedian and host of Viceland’s Hate Thy Neighbour and Channel 4’s Adventures in Futureland, Jamali Maddix has just come back from his first world tour.
Yorkshire’s finest meat-themed double act is back, in an all-new sketch comedy nightmare.
Join Luisa Omielan (What Would Beyonce Do?!, Am I Right Ladies?! and Politics For Bitches) as she tries out some stuff for an upcoming project.
Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee Olga Koch is back! Ahead of her BBC Radio 4 special, the acclaimed stand-up tells a love story through the medium of computer programming (which she …
Mother is Tiff Stevenson’s observation of the many and varied forms that motherhood can take, her material existing in the venn diagram where motherhood and feminism interconnect…
Hench is an engaging exploration of female strength in its many forms.
Rob Carter’s cult hit creation is back with a glossy revamp of his 2016 debut show.
Following a whirlwind couple of years of awards, nominations, sell-out shows and international touring, Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer nominee 2017 Lauren Pattison returns to…
Dan Clark, star of BBC Three’s cult hit sitcom How Not To Live Your Life and host of the popular podcast Screen Talk, is dusting off his comedy cape* to perform stand-up for the fi…
‘The reigning queen of character comedy’ (Evening Standard), Alison Thea-Skot, returns to the Fringe for two nights with her five-star smash-hit show.
In this amazing hour of comedy, Joe will distill what he’s learned about the history of everything and the future of everything, and what it all means.
Karl Theobald (Hang Ups, Plebs, GameFace, Green Wing) is back in his element, making his long-awaited return to the live comedy arena.
The podcast all about eating: live.
Hi guys, Ed here.
Beth Vyse returns as Olive Hands in this work in progress show: The Hands Have It! where she finds herself running for leader of the Western world.
Two chefs are meant to be making a soup.
‘From fearless and funny to heart-stoppingly raw’ (Evening Standard).
John Hastings is back at the Fringe and has moved out of his regular haunt, the Pleasance Courtyard, to a more homely Monkey Barrel.
Colt Cabana Is a world-famous wrestler who has wrestled around the world from Dundee to Japan and back including a short, not so successful, run in the WWE as Scotty Goldman.
Brister presents an hour’s whistle stop tour on the nature of privilege, and how we can stop it creating ‘total bell ends’.
I, John Kearns, and I, Pat Cahill, join hands to present our messy, loving, self-flagellant off-Broadway show, 110%.
‘The comedy thrill of a lifetime’ ***** (Scotsman).
Join Project X in welcoming the weird, wacky and the downright hilarious to the stage.
A hothouse bursting with dazzling new comedy blooms (metaphorical), we present a ludicrous, bountiful plenitude of guests, hosted by an ever-changing line-up of Thom Tuck, John-Luk…
As seen on Mock the Week.
Amused Moose Best Fringe Show 2018 winner.
The closest I get to remembering my dreams are the ideas that occur during the thin veil between sleep and awake, where your mind wanders unimpeded and undirected.
Tom Walker and Demi Lardner are young twin brothers left alone at home.
Amy Matthews blends observational routines with offbeat whimsy, resigning to the absurdity of modern life.
Switch on your phones and switch off your brains, as one idiot enters the cloud and puts his mind on a spin cycle for your entertainment.
‘A Scottish talent on the rise’ (Scotsman).
Ben is milleni-ill.
Spencer bought a new looper, but he can’t beatbox.
Not a show, but the undercoat, base coat or petticoat of what may one day be a show.
Edinburgh’s #1 rated comedy club and three-time Scottish Comedy Award winner brings you its pick of the Fringe for the very first time! Showcasing the very best acts from the Mon…
Friday Night Sinner! is a one-woman, horror-comedy musical about a Jewish, sexually repressed, newly married maniac (stick to what you know).
Star of Scot Squad, Darren Connell comes to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe for one night only! Nominated for a BAFTA, Darren is best known for portraying the lovable Bobby Muir on B…
Double Edinburgh Comedy Award winner presents his fourth show.
Pearman, an Edinburgh Comedy Awards Best Newcomer nominee, Leicester Comedy Awards Best Show nominee, ‘star in the making’ (**** Telegraph) and co-star of BBC Two’s Mister Winner a…
When you get a new worst day of your life, it’s time to tell everyone about the second worst! A show about discovering the magic in your belly.
Tony Law identifies as a hominid.
Do you have an opinion? Because we’d love to hear it! Shivani Thussu’s debut hour is set in a focus group that goes too far.
The award-winning Fringe favourite is back with a brand-new hour of his trademark thoughtful, exciting comedy.
Acclaimed stand-up (and the UK’s foremost gilet apologist) Stuart Laws reflects on the day his life changed forever when he risked everything in a Vegas poker tournament.
Old new act, Pat Cahill, brings another hour of his confused neo-music hall stupidity to the Fringe.
This is a brand-new hour from Alfie Brown about family, friendship and inherited belief.
Nominated for Best Show at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards in 2017 and 2018, Ahir Shah returns to the Fringe with a new hour of funny and good stand-up.
A completely unique, side-splittingly hilarious walk of Edinburgh’s Old Town with local comedian Daniel Downie that promises to be more hysterical than historical.
The planet is messed up.
A ‘master of craze ceremony’ **** (Guardian).
He’s survived adoption, both his moms dying, mental breakdowns, addiction and getting diagnosed with borderline personality disorder.
Angelos is up in Edinburgh to do his stuff and to stand in front of people for about 13 days, maybe more if he can get time off at the stables.
Loulie, AKA the face that launched a thousand dicks, examines conduct (in the media, baby), mental health (other people’s, I’m fine) and perverts (that one is mainly me, actually).
Stuart McPherson (as seen on BBC1) brings his hotly anticipated debut hour to the Fringe.
Best Show Nominee, Edinburgh Comedy Awards 2016.
Critically acclaimed, maverick of the Fringe and victim of The Luke McQueen pilots (BBC Three) returns to perform his fifth solo show.
Scottish Comedy Award winner Donald Alexander is back with more long-limbed and surreal stand up.
Krystal Evans is a newcomer on the Scottish comedy scene and has quickly established herself as “one to watch” mostly because she steals drinks.
As seen on Live from the BBC, Live from the Comedy Store, The Russell Howard Hour and Live at the Apollo.
Zoë has been on hiatus.
Kiri Pritchard-McLean (Have I Got News For You, The Russell Howard Hour) is working up a new show.
One of the biggest comedy stars in Denmark, Simon Talbot comes to the Fringe with some work-in-progress shows.
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