Join Gareth Richards, Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Awards Best Newcomer nominee 2010, for a selection of the best songs from his five solo shows, EP, and album.
Do you know how to safely operate a butter knife? Do you know how to minimise injury from an unsupervised fork? Do you have spoon-sense? Health and safety really has gone mad, cour…
Join the Inflatable Colonel for a night of top-notch comedy from three of London’s most exciting up-and-coming performers.
An Improvised Murder.
Join comedians Rachel Fairburn (NATYS finalist 2015) and Kiri Pritchard-McLean (Leicester Mercury finalist 2015) as they explore a shared passion, serial killers.
Is love a many-splendored thing? History, philosophy, science, literature and popular culture all attempt to explain it: but how close do they really get? Steadfast and headstrong …
Annie has the face of an angel and the mouth of a gutter.
Seda Yildiz and Mawaan Rizwan bring their daring and surreal show to the Fringe.
Annie McGrath and Jack Barry are back with another sketch comedy show for people who hate sketch comedy.
Irish comic and professional procrastinator Matthew Collins (BBC’s Great Unanswered Questions) brings his Favourite Waste of Time back to the Fringe.
Join Kelly and his feverish take on love, life and letting go! ‘Deliciously unnerving’ (Guardian).
UK rising comedy star Nicky Wilkinson hosts an hour of rip-roaring stand-up, with special guest performers.
Game show set in Hell, hosted by the Devil.
Rosie has not been dating Jim for long but she’s got some devastatingly embarrassing news.
Can comedy change Western misconceptions about Islam? Join Aatif as he makes his Edinburgh Fringe debut with a show that drew critical acclaim and packed houses to the Leicester Sq…
Join ‘winningly self-deprecating’ (Chortle.
Writer on BBC’s Shooting Stars and Have I Got New For You.
There’s too much love at the Fringe.
Having survived the catastrophic pile-up of her love life, Scarlet sings darkly comic tales of falling hard, for anyone who’s been unlucky in love – or wants to laugh at someone …
Free trip to space.
Stand-up comic Ben Clover was a local newspaper reporter for six years.
Extraordinaire and ex-convict Cassandra turns to the noble art of magic in a final desperate attempt for fame.
BAFTA nominated DNN star performs his debut solo show, FLUU.
With each show, Sketchbox provides a taster session of five sketch comedy groups.
Two comedians with quite different styles split an hour to give you a quick shot of what they are all about.
Good sketch comedy is extremely uplifting, and it’s even better when you find it at the Free Fringe in one of the innumerable odd little rooms above bars.
Funbags are a high energy, lung-busting comedy trio here to deliver a hot serving of social commentary through the power of sketch.
Jo is unwell.
This comedy show started with a question: Why is it that conspiracy theorists will chew your ear off explaining that 9/11 was an inside job, global warming is a hoax, and chemtrail…
Dan Lees brings his first solo show to the Edinburgh festival in which he will seamlessly reveal the mysteries of the universe in less than an hour.
Mercedes Benson takes a break from shopping in Lidl to introduce some of her closest friends.
Aren’t our modern brains just full of stuff? Useless facts, tangled thoughts, half-remembered conversations.
UK rising comedy star Nicky Wilkinson brings you an hour of rip-roaring stand-up, comic characters and special guest performers.
What if Caroline Aherne, Peggy Mitchell and Frida Kahlo teamed up and reared the orphans of Milton Keynes? The children have grown up and arrived! Welcome to Katie O’Brien’s fi…
Join 84-year-old Hollywood legend Patti DuPont (149 films, nine husbands, five facelifts) for an intimate hour of chat, music and candid tales from 65 years in show business.
Silly and idiotic character comedy. Philanthropist Henry von Stifle and his valet, Spencer, reverse the dumbing down of Britain.
The future Cute Animals Editor of the Irish Times returns, tellin’ it like it is.
Burke Shire is a free multimedia character comedy show from the deeply dark funny muscle of Jo Burke.
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