Stephanie Laing: Quitter

Stephanie Laing: Quitter

Stephanie Laing is a massive quitter. She’s given up alcohol, caffeine, cigarettes, drugs (mostly), meat (sometimes), and casual sex (honest). But is she now a big ball of joy? Is everything bloody OK now? Come and see this lovable little weirdo talk about how she’s trying to fix her silly little brain by doing less things... 

Tolerate

Tolerate

Split bill stand-up show from Megan Shandley (Funny Women grand finalist 2017) and Joe McTernan (Scottish Comedian of the Year semi-finalist 2017). Expect jokes, a stage and a real life ostrich... 

Stephanie Laing: Mad About the Boy

Stephanie Laing: Mad About the Boy

Fellacio, faecal ‘docking’ and physical abuse. A bold choice for anyone, and sweet-faced Stephanie Laing is not the candidate to pull it off. A thirty-something riddled with self-exclaimed public anxiety, she clumsily skips from subject to subject with little structure... 

#AlmostFamous

#AlmostFamous

Join local comic Kevin McPadden as he discusses the trials and tribulations of being an up-and-coming comic through hilarious self-deprecating storytelling. After last year's #BiggerThanKanye show, Kevin has lowered his expectations to #AlmostFamous... 

Donald Alexander and Stuart McPherson

Donald Alexander and Stuart McPherson

Following their sold out Glasgow Comedy Festival show, Donald and Stuart make their Edinburgh Fringe debut. Donald is awkward and Stuart is laconic. Stuart: Best Newcomer – Scottish Comedy Awards 2016, So You Think You’re Funny? finalist 2016... 

Equality Street

Equality Street

Kimi is known for her exuberant style and her stories of taking on the tribulations of daily life. As unashamedly forthright as she is hilarious, Kimi is a rising star of the Scottish comedy scene (Scottish Comedian of the Year semi-finalist, 2016)... 

Luke Stephen: Commit No Nuisance

Luke Stephen: Commit No Nuisance

Returning to Edinburgh for the second time, Luke Stephen brings with him all the emotional baggage you would expect a self-destructive, early 30’s Essex bloke to have. Unlike a lot of comics who take the lads-eye-view of sex, relationships, and immaturity, Stephen’s wit and gregariousness enables him to come at these topics in a way that is far from hackneyed, managing to get the audience onside even when describing some of his more questionable antics... 

Relatively Normal

Relatively Normal

Why are comics so messed up? Aaron Levene introduces a rolling line-up of four top comedians as they joke about the one trauma that unites us all: our families. 

Declan McGuigan and Iain Daniels: Malakas

Declan McGuigan and Iain Daniels: Malakas

Comedians and full-time Malakas, Iain Daniels and Declan McGuigan are combining forces to bring you an hour of their funniest funnies. Calm, Cool and collected Iain Daniels has a natural spark for storytelling as well as a gripping presence and an abundance of killer punch lines...