In this alternative history show four panellists each deliver an original stand-up comedy set based around an event which happened on the same date as the show at some point in his…
How did everyone’s show go at the Fringe today? Who tanked? Who triumphed? Who was bang average? Gavin Webster and guests discuss the day’s comedy news in a lighthearted way.
Hi, I’m Eddy Brimson.
The Scottish Comedy Festival’s official Pick of the Fringe showcase returns for a eighth hilarious year with another phenomenal hand-picked selection of our favourite acts from a…
Have your feelings hurt by some of the best comedians behaving at their despicable worst as the premier roast show of the Fringe returns for 2019.
2018: The Supreme Court find a bakery not guilty of discrimination for refusing to bake a gay cake.
Direct from great success in Australia, A Stand-Up for the Mystery Hour is a show like no other.
It’s stand-up, but not as you know it.
The Edinburgh Revue returns for its 10th Fringe, bringing you 50 minutes of ‘brave, intelligent, and inventive’ (BroadwayBaby.
In a festival that pours scorn on comedy without a poignant ending, one show dares to celebrate the purity of the undiluted, unadulterated and altogether far funnier club set.
Stand up comedy from the master of wordplay, Richard Pulsford, in his sixth year with The Scottish Comedy Festival at The Beehive Inn.
‘The problem with Scotland is that it’s full of Scots’ (Edward Longshanks, Braveheart).
Raul Kohli grew up with many heroes.
Nobody wants to see a film about somebody who had a great life, was successful and lucky in love! Whilst everybody would love that life, it’s not very compelling! In fact it’s bori…
Last year Bruce spent an hour telling hilarious stories about how he looked into the abyss of middle age with the maturity of a teenager.
Bringing you some of the best and brightest acts of the festival for a fantastic midnight showcase hosted by Andrew Sim.
Join the longest running panellist on BBC Scotland’s Breaking the News as he runs through new material for his next tour.
Raymond Mearns and Gary Little have Still Got It! Between them they’ve nearly 40 years of experience in stand-up comedy and at an age when most are coasting to retirement, Raymond …
After headlining at some of the top comedy clubs around the UK and abroad, Gary returns to the Edinburgh Fringe with stories and jokes that have earned him the reputation as one of…
If you love sitting on a chair and watching stand-up comedy then this is the show for you! Joe is an up-and-coming comedian based in Edinburgh.
The songs and stories you’d miss if you didn’t look up and listen.
‘Social barriers will dissipate as Rick Molland and Sully O’Sullivan go head-to-head in an epic stand-up comedy battle’ (TheCultureTrip.
Anything goes at the Scottish Comedy Festival’s new official late-night Pick of the Fringe showcase with a phenomenal handpicked selection of our favourite acts from across the F…
After headlining at some of the top comedy clubs around the UK and abroad, Gary returns to the Edinburgh Fringe with the sets, the stories and the jokes that have earned him the re…
The Edinburgh Revue returns to the Fringe with a collection of its best and brightest local talents from throughout the year in this stand-up showcase.
The Scottish Comedy Festival’s official Pick of the Fringe showcase returns for a seventh hilarious year with another phenomenal handpicked selection of our favourite acts from a…
Life is full of accidents, mishaps, frustrations and disappointments.
Master of wordplay Richard Pulsford brings his fifth solo show to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
This two-time Scottish Comedian of the Year finalist and master of dark comedy brings an hour of finely crafted jokes with the occasional silly pun.
Raymond Mearns and Gary Little have Still Got It! Between them they’ve nearly 40 years experience in stand-up comedy and at an age where most are coasting to retirement, Raymond an…
Some people are taking this comedy lark way too seriously.
Daniel Downie takes an irreverent look at Edinburgh’s history that’s more hysterical than historical.
It’s Fringe time again and I’m back at The Beehive.
The Edinburgh Revue returns for its eighth Fringe, bringing you an hour of ‘brave, intelligent, and inventive’ (BroadwayBaby.
Master of wordplay Richard Pulsford has his choice Phrases Ready, with wordplay, jokes and puns aplenty.
The Scottish Comedy Festival’s official Pick of the Fringe show returns for a sixth hilarious year with another phenomenal hand-picked selection of our favourite acts from across…
‘Social barriers will dissipate as Rick Molland and Sully O’Sullivan go head-to-head in an epic stand-up comedy battle’ (CultureTrip.
The Old Men, Rod Hunter and Les Sinclair return for a 6th year, joined again by the fantastic and slightly more youthful Raymond Mearns.
Hello there! I’m back at the Fringe and back in The Beehive.
All he had to do was drive to the gig, perform a stand-up set, use appropriate language, and pick up a cheque.
Why do they fire a massive canon every day at lunchtime? How many pubs are named after brutal murderers? How did the Stone of Destiny end up back where it never belonged in the fir…
Global sell-out show 2010-2015.
Daisy is the hottest thing in Scottish comedy.
The Edinburgh Revue are back at the Fringe celebrating ten years of making the ‘comic talent of the future’ (Skinny).
Sell-out in 2012, 2013 2014 and 2015, and a big hit at Adelaide Fringe.
UK Pun Championships 2016 runner-up Richard Pulsford has phrases ready.
History meets hilarity as stand-up comedians bring the past to life with punchlines.
Rod Hunter and Les Sinclair, two of Scotland’s more mature stand-up comedians return for the fifth year in a row with their successful Old Men show.
It’s stand-up, but not as you know it: no rules, no backup, no script, a helter-skelter descent into pure comedy.
Sobriety’s a joke.
One of Edinburgh’s indigenous comedians presents a show with the most factually accurate title on this entire website.
First rule of Shite Club: F*ck Shite Club! The mad Spanish bastard that is Jellybean searches for his new style of comedy by any means possible.
Raymond Mearns is one of the best and most consistent performers on the UK and international comedy circuit.
It’s stand-up, but not as you know it: no rules, no back-up, no script, a helter-skelter descent into pure comedy.
Cynicism is a mistrust of people.
Sell-out in 2012, 2013 and 2014, and a big hit at Adelaide Fringe.
A doctor a teacher and an archaeologist walk into a bar.
Rod Hunter and Les Sinclair, two of Scotland’s more mature comedians, return for a fourth year with their Old Men show, for a longer run after last year’s full houses.
This is Glasgow-based comedian Harry Garrison’s debut festival show, but with his confident, flawless delivery and natural charm, one would never know.
Multi award-winning Scottish Ghanaian stand-up tells stories old and new from life and wanderings.
Join Richard Pulsford, UK Pun Championship finalist 2014 and 2015, for a free stand-up comedy show packed full of his finest wordplay, gags and one-liners.
They say 50 is the new 30, if that’s true then I am only 27.
Ross Leslie and Chris Griffin are joined by Gareth Mutch for an hour of solid observational stand-up as part of the Free Fringe at the Beehive Inn.
If this title hasn’t caught your attention, nothing at the festival will.
Jojo Sutherland has led a most extraordinary life and this set allows her to tell the story of how she has come to be standing on the stage in front of you.
Whisky for Dafties is a mostly derisive overview of Scotch whisky
history and appreciation from whisky-swigging Scottish stand up Alan Anderson,
complete with whisky tasting, non…
Every art needs its new generation of practitioners.
Gus Lymburn hosts Scotland’s Pick of The Fringe in this hour long
comedy romp that is funny, witty and refreshingly original.
Rod Hunter, John Purves and Les Sinclair, three of Scotland’s more mature comedians, return to the Fringe for the third time with their popular Old Men show.
101 reasons to vote yes without the boring politics.
They say it’s what’s on the inside that counts, which is good as Bob has an exquisite spleen.
SCOTY winner and Scottish Comedy Awards nominee.
Comedy! Exploring! Adventures! Life! Death! Other stuff! Come see the first solo Edinburgh Festival Fringe show from comedian Andrew Learmonth.
After sell-out shows over the last two years at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, as well as Brighton and Glasgow, the Britain’s Got F*ck All Talent boys are back! The show comprises …
Keeping it real! I’m alive and well and back at the Fringe telling it like it is! A punter came up and said ‘I love what you do’! I asked him what exactly he meant and he said …
Comedians and full-time Malakas, Iain Daniels and Declan McGuigan are combining forces to bring you an hour of their funniest funnies.
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