Syd and Sylvia

Syd and Sylvia

The year is 1987. Infamous club owner and compere Syd and his long-suffering wife, club singer/entertainer Sylvia, have been performing the same old routines at their Eastbourne working men’s club for 15 years... 

Cheeks

Cheeks

Lady Elizabeth is a reclusive artist. You're the first people she's seen in years – and you're a complete disappointment! No one is safe in this weapons-grade comedy, where everything is up for grabs – except her pussy... 

Father of Lies

Father of Lies

Making a Murderer meets Rosemary's Baby... Father of Lies is the new show from critically-acclaimed theatre company Bête Noire Productions. It tells the chilling true story behind a macabre and mysterious murder in West Germany, 1973... 

Dada Surrealist Cookbook

Dada Surrealist Cookbook

The art of Dada and Surrealism, an ironic, aesthetic cookbook of sweet and savoury ideas overdue a witty theatrical dramatisation. Minted Kidology experiments with a recipe of delights to awaken an appetite for revolutionary art... 

Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa! Super Scott's Totally Scripted Unimprovised Show

Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa! Super Scott's Totally Scripted Unimprovised Show

Super Scott returns to the Fringe with his own unique blend of comedy, juggling, magic and more. Expect the unexpected! (Recommended by his mother). 

The Selkie – A Song of Many Waters

The Selkie – A Song of Many Waters

The seal woman’s skin has been stolen, stranding her on a reef of rage and tragedy. Can she find her true home, freeing her voice? Fay Roberts (Other Voices, Allographic, Hammer & Tongue) navigates a modern mythological sea voyage of hiraeth, poetry, and music in this haunting solo show... 

Don't Blame the Bankers... $toopid

Don't Blame the Bankers... $toopid

DBTBS is an engaging and succinct piece on what it's like inside the mind of a woman on a trading floor. It also questions the actions of the human race and its achievements thus far from the perspective of "Destiny", an all knowing and godly figure... 

Attila the Stockbroker Presents His Autobiography: Arguments Yard

Attila the Stockbroker Presents His Autobiography: Arguments Yard

Legendary radical performance poet Attila brings his acclaimed autobiography Arguments Yard (Cherry Red Books) to life on stage. Attila has earned his living as a poet/musician for 35 years, performing over 3,000 gigs in 24 countries: this show is full of stuff you simply couldn't make up... 

Sheets

Sheets

Clowning is largely known a children’s form of entertainment. However Sheets, the one-man free show from Kiki Lovechild, aims to bring the art to a new, adult audience. The somewhat loose plot of the piece follows a clown suffering from insomnia one night as he can’t escape longing thoughts of his far away wife and child... 

Playing Mortal Kombat Guarantees You Inner Calm

Playing Mortal Kombat Guarantees You Inner Calm

Multi award-winning poet Dominic Berry (seen poeting on BBC and Channel 4) returns after touring Canada and USA with his unforgettable new show about love, loss, and his quest for a cheat to quick-start tranquillity... 

32

32

Shebang's 32 serves up a smorgasbord of comic cabaret stuffed with silly and serious dancing, peppered with circus, and finished with a dash of musical theatre. Join our two performers as they share the highs, lows and upside-downs of treading the boards... 

Safe Places and How to Ruin Them

Safe Places and How to Ruin Them

Follow Terry's unsupportive support group as they cope with bizarre addictions: monologuing, interpretive dance, wordplay, the internet, puns and more! The Idle Playthings return to the Fringe with a bright, hilarious sketch show of new writing after the success of their 2014 debut show Ctrl-Alt-Sketch. 

Rose

Rose

Following their 'simply superb' (AllEdinburghTheatre.com) debut last year, Scotland's Scratch The Surface are back with their latest production about tsunami orphan Rose who refuses to be beaten by PTSD... 

Garibaldi

Garibaldi

Gary's hair is history – now his name is under threat. The fightback possibly begins here. Join this lanky northerner and his bereft bonce for an anarchic hour treading the fine lines between miserable and uplifting, poetry and karaoke... 

Medea Dream

Medea Dream

What if you could see into the future for a thousand years? Would that be long enough? A battle for the future, a battle for a child, a battle for a dream. ‘I would cut through stone for you... 

Salacious B. Crumb's Luxury Biscuits

Salacious B. Crumb's Luxury Biscuits

Featuring comedians who've won competitions and been on BBC radio, but whose names you rightly wouldn't know. Free luxury biscuits will be dispensed. Will it be better than the new OK GO video? It won't. 

Physics Fan Fiction

Physics Fan Fiction

Apocalypses and politics go hand in hand as University of Oxford physicist Fran Day takes a break from studying particles that probably don’t exist to take to the stage in a stand-up science comedy spectacular... 

Max Fletcher: Walden

Max Fletcher: Walden

Max needs to start making money from comedy, so he's decided to adapt the great transcendentalist novel Walden into a comedy show. He's hindered by everyone from his mother, to his agent, to his possibly imaginary roommate Denver... 

Stand-Up Philosophy – Free

Stand-Up Philosophy – Free

Stand-Up Philosophy is a low-key, quirky little Free Fringe show featuring professional philosophers sharing thoughts, answering questions, and trying their hands at comedy. Although it has more to recommend as philosophy than stand-up or performance it is a fun way for philosophy buffs at a loose end to spend an hour... 

The USOL Hyper-Bowl

The USOL Hyper-Bowl

Competitive comedy from four best friends. Gameshow meets stand-up meets nonsense with the Hyper-Bowl. Probably the most handsome show you will ever see ever.