Back for its seventh year at Edinburgh Fringe, this chaotic institution is the only way to end your night at Edinburgh Fringe! Join high-energy hosts, Griffin and Jones, for an hou…
‘Wonderfully inventive, consistently funny’ (Time Out).
Griffin and Jones have spent the last decade travelling the UK, showcasing their homemade miracles, and generally being the biggest comedy and magic superstars you’ve never heard…
Having had plenty of time to practise, Caspar returns to the Edinburgh Fringe with a brand new magic show.
Fade In: Heidi sits at her desk writing the blurb for this show.
Featuring hysterically honest tales and stunning vocals, Rosie returns to Edinburgh with her brand new show full of songs, stories and sass! Whether you’ve had, seen or heard of a …
New Show for 2022.
Fresh from a UK tour supporting Adam Ant, Laurie Black invites you for a knees-up around the pianna (ahem, Microkorg).
Three of the Fringe’s biggest variety performers come together for an extra-sensational show! Witness the best magic, mind-reading and nerd-ity the Fringe has to offer, all in on…
Always packed, this ‘fab lil cabaret party’ (Time Out) returns with Mister Meredith again in charge.
After last year’s comeback concert extravaganza came to a screeching halt, pop diva Yasmine Day has returned to launch her fifth debut album.
Writer and magician David Alnwick presents a ghost story told using magic.
Laurie Black is back and she’s green, keen and featuring a plethora of originally written electro synth space cabaret songs.
The term ‘cabaret’ is harder to pin down than the other show categories for Edinburgh Fringe.
Amber Topaz, the inaugural Miss Burlesque UK, brings Edinburgh Fringe a burlesqueless theatrical cabaret experience that is personal, informative, and inclusive.
Starting your hour of stand up with an audio recording of a very sweet sounding child called Albert introducing you on stage might be considered cheating.
Sarah-Louise Young is one of Edinburgh Fringe's most respected and sought after musical variety performers, and it's no stretch of the imagination to see why, as she delive…
Dave Alnwick is a true magician’s magician, with many strings to his bow.
Chris Cross – The tricky Geordie cheekster returns for his 14th consecutive Fringe, with his unique madcap style of multi award-winning comedy magic, escapology and cunning stunt…
Coming off their sold out shows at Feinstein’s/54 Below in New York City and Rockwell Table and Stage in Los Angeles, this concert version of Dahan and D’Angelo’s emotional and exp…
Best of magic, dance, comedy, singing and more.
In Moment of Truth, James Freedman opens with an air of mystery.
The Edinburgh Fringe is the world’s greatest hub for creativity, and many of the world’s top performers congregate here year after year.
Dave Alnwick, a veteran of the Edinburgh Fringe magic circuit, is one of the more visually striking performers you're likely to see here.
The only way to end your night at Edinburgh Fringe! Join high-energy hosts, Griffin and Jones, for an hour(ish) of late-night chaos, decadence, and mischief from some of the very b…
An hour of gorgeous stand-up from two gorgeous comedians.
Magic as equally stunning as the skill is completely hidden.
Goodbye Mr President.
Witness the struggle between good and evil, order and chaos, taste and.
International cabaret star Elsie Diamond is back and ready to let you know even more truths about the so-called glamorous world of burlesque.
Sadia is a British Asian comedian from London tackling sex, relationships and identity in her no-holds-barred style.
The debut stand-up hour from Arnab Chanda (Russell Howard’s Good News, BBC’s Pls Like, 2018 Writers Guild nominee) who was born in Yorkshire, but grew up abroad, but lives in Londo…
Always packed, this ‘fab lil’ cabaret party’ (Time Out) returns for its sixth year.
The pioneers of slapdash magic are back with another mishmash of magical mayhem! Join them in a world where the jokes come thick and fast, anything is possible and nothing is quite…
Writer, theatre-maker and creator of cult Edinburgh hit John Peel’s Shed, John Osborne has a new storytelling show about music and dementia.
This one time I got a pre-emptive divorce.
Number eight will have you totally whelmed! 10 things I Hate About Taming of the Shrew will take you back the good old days, when we worried about Y2K, wore butterfly clips in our …
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