My WIP will likely include songs about buying a Pritt Stick, sleepy eyes and absolutely loads of double entendres if I have my way.
New show about getting married, being middle of the road and accidentally going viral for the most embarrassing moment in your life.
‘There will not be a better debut hour of stand-up at the festival this year’ (Adam Rowe).
BBC New Comedy Award winner and the Scottish Comedian of the Year 2018 workshops his unique brand of sketches and characters for the very first time.
Nominated – Best Newcomer, Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2019.
Most Outstanding Show nominee at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2022.
Intranet sensation Amy Gledhill (1/3 of cult double act The Delightful Sausage) makes her Fringe debut with a show about resilience and dancing.
Scottish Comedian of the Year winner, viral video star and regular panellist on BBC Scotland’s Breaking the News, Marc Jennings returns to the Fringe following his sold-out debut i…
Amy’s hotly anticipated debut hour explores ‘main character syndrome’ – that feeling of being the lead in a film of your life (even when you don’t always feel like the writ…
Thanyia Moore was going to make her Edinburgh Fringe debut in 2020 with a heartfelt, emotional show, that was about to rock your socks off… but then 2020 happened.
Over 10 million views on TikTok and Instagram! New show from the award-winning smash hit comic.
Cockroach is an hour of dark, gut-wrenching stand-up from one of the best comedians in the country.
John Hastings has had to deal with the shit life has thrown at him since 2019… He got a divorce during Covid, his best friend got a terminal diagnosis, he got bed bugs, he nearly…
When Harriet Kemsley was young, she daydreamed about her perfect secluded hideaway, Honeysuckle Island, and her memories of that have inspired her latest stand-up show at the Monke…
Noun: A female incel.
Two chefs stir up a lot of chaos in this silly, physical comedy.
Comedian and reluctant online hit, Eleanor Morton presents a brand-new surreal and offbeat stand-up show about goals, trying and failing.
This year Stuart got alopecia.
Early on in Oh No! Christopher Macarthur-Boyd suggests lockdown came at a good time for him, putting the brakes on life when he was in his late twenties as opposed to an earlier, p…
Comedian Vittorio Angelone is half Italian, grew up in Belfast, moved to London at 18, and seven years later, still can’t figure out the English.