Leslie knows what she’s doing.
Fantastic free comedy and spoken word at this established pub in the heart of the Old Town.
A man reads his diary.
World champion slam poet Harry Baker returns to the Fringe, accompanied by his talented friend Chris Read on guitar for a spoken word/acoustic fusion set.
“It is not possible to obtain any As or Bs in this paper,” drones the teacher’s pre-recorded voice.
London’s favourite spoken word night arrives in Edinburgh.
Raising a laugh and a lump in the throat all at once is a good trick – possibly the best.
In her funny and articulate show, Hannah Chutzpah presents her considered and inspiring take on the complexities of power and permission.
Entertaining rhythms, rhyming and ranting from three of the North’s top female wordsmiths.
For 20 years Alastair has taught salsa dance.
Scale is a spoken word piece telling the ancient Scottish legends of the Brahan Seer.
Cracker: noun, a thin dry biscuit that is often salty and usually eaten with cheese.
Proudly the only performance poet on the Fringe circuit with two hearts, the “Ginger Nigel Havers of spoken word” Richard Tyrone Jones presents an hour of witty, candid and spe…
A new hour of stand-up from Amy Gledhill and David Callaghan.
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