Character comedian David McIver’s Teleport takes us on a deliciously low-budget, self-deprecating, dynamic quest through the online fantasy character games he used to play as a c…
It’s 1816, and Mary Shelley is about to recite the words that would be Frankenstein.
Gabby Best’s Edinburgh show 10,432 Sheep is about her struggle with insomnia, and her approach to coping with life in general.
A fun and fascinating tour of the oral tradition and the poetic movements that have shaped history presented by a former National Poetry Slam Champion.
Screening the best quick-fire sketches and shorts by the next big undiscovered talents.
Award-winning Irish comedian Aidan Greene is a person who stutters.
Awkward jokesmith Peter Brush returns to the Fringe with his hot takes on meditation, sexist babies, robot wives and why he’ll be donating his eyeballs to criminals after he dies…
From ‘mercurially witty’ (Spectator) creator of YouTube smash 17 Million F*ck Offs – A Song About Brexit come comic songs, stories and stand-up for people who think the governmen…
Your best friend (and acclaimed stand-up) Jack Barry is worried about you.
Following a short run at The London Palladium I return to the Fringe for the 10th time.
The Argentinean, New York-based comedian explores how the concept of privilege works around the world and challenges the existence of white privilege.
What do you do when after 15 years of making people laugh and campaigning for human rights, you’re still best known as ‘that feminazi bitch off the telly’? The Have I Got News For …
PBH reads from his book, the story of the Free Fringe from 1996 to now: how we became the Fringe’s biggest show provider and the many catastrophes and odd triumphs along the way.
Having played Daddy Pig in Peppa Pig, when Philip became a dad surely there was only one expert to turn to for parenting advice? Yes, that’s right, you’re not misreading this; …
Brian (Seaton) Demento and Richard (Collins) Demento perform their outlandish, shocking and downright silly self-penned songs and rock‘n’roll parodies.
He’s back and he’s whiter than ever! Jay Handley returns to the Fringe to share more wrong-headed opinions on matters he should probably leave well alone.
Teacher, poet, comedian and ‘internet sensation’ (Sun), Mark Grist has just seven weeks to learn how to rap.
Curled in up bed, Eleanor binge-watches true crime, completely insulated from the actual crime outside her door.
Winner, Morecambe Fringe: Best Spoken Word Show.
If you’re looking for a fun & overall solid start to your day, this is your show.
Is empathy facing extinction? Are smartphones to blame? Multiple slam-winning Canadian poet Rose Condo returns with her latest spoken word show.
Amused Moose Award nominee: Best Show, Edinburgh Fringe 2015.
Top Ten Best Reviewed Shows, Edinburgh 2018 (Comedy.
Fasten your seat belts for a darkly hilarious and deliciously bumpy ride.
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