15 years as a touring comic has weaponised Jacques’ ability to sum people up on sight.
Top Australian headline act Mick Neven returns to the Fringe with a brand-new show about love, life, loss and the pitfalls of buying second hand sex robots.
‘Upbeat and energetic and above all, entertaining’ (Advertiser, Adelaide).
Cornelius Patrick O’ Sullivan is a comedian and a poet.
Rich Wilson is still very much relevant, even though he’s over 40.
A cross between Mastermind, Ultimate Cage Fighting, and the Royal Variety Hour in a bar off Cowgate.
Miranda Kane’s show, 07800 834030: Thank You For Waiting returns to the Edinburgh Fringe for more secrets, confessions and answers – the dirtier the better.
Received opinion says that we become more right-wing as we get older.
What a proper mad one.
After enjoying full houses in 2015 and 2016, Robin Boot brings his new Rockomedy show to Edinburgh this summer.
Electric: having or producing a sudden sense of thrilling excitement.
Dan is English, Mick is Australian, and their comedy stats are impressive.
After almost three decades, it’s time for Turps to curl back into the foetal, reconnect the umbilical, and tell himself that everything will be alright.
Brand new sketch comedy from Matt Winning, ‘an attractively impish spirit’ (Guardian), and Stuart Laws, ‘chronically funny stand up’ (Time Out), plus third person yet to be…
An hour of no-nonsense, crowd-pleasing comedy from one of the festival’s most experienced performers.
Parts I and II included Bitcoin, edible insects and virtual reality.
After three weeks of full houses at Fringe 2015, Robin Boot’s Rockomedy returns bigger, better and bootier! Musical comedian or comedic musician, call him what you like, Robin Boot…
Squirrel, Panther, Bobs, Pussy and the Lamb were five young men wishing they’d never have to grow up.
Innovative and playful, the brand new two-part sketch group Beard weave joyful, bizarre and enthralling comedy.
Two stand-up (not in the comedic sense) guys riffing on Doctor Who and the origins of programming doesn’t sound scintillating.
Laugh your head off with this 6’ 10” creature of bulbous presence.
BBC Radio 4 regular revamps award-winning investigation into the science of attraction, which she was invited to perform in New York in 2013, incorporating some new ideas and highl…
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