If you could ask a psychic a question what would it be? Direct from London’s West End, award-winning ‘“psychic” comedian Peter Antoniou brings his unique skills to peer inside yo…
Meet Jim Arrandale, once a household name (he won an Oscar, you know!).
Eddie’s attic’s a mess, junk all over the place, in need of a vacuum, There’s one on his face.
Experience the power of a live motivational mind reading show! Combining techniques used by motivational speakers, magicians, and stage mind readers, Phil Ainsworth is The MoMental…
The incredible, true story of the Wild West’s greatest Lakota warrior, this original one-man drama depicts the quiet, brilliant figure who defied the mighty US military, attempting…
At 6’5, Anthony Ayton is the tallest black comedian at Edfringe to have a law degree.
Business is bad for conservative relationship counsellor Sandra.
While most sketch shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe play up to their comic roots, Anomaly Theatre Company are adding a touch of the macabre with their dystopian show iDENTiTY.
Are you passionate about food, yet in love with Britain at the same time? This show is for you! The craziest Italian, Alex Martini, brings you his debut solo show, Martini Dry.
Hear me roar! In a world full of sound and fury, and bells and whistles, one woman is ready to listen.
Sailor thrives in the bars, dives and flophouses of the most squalid ports.
‘Hysterical… Terrifyingly brilliant commitment to everything’ (TheEdgeSUSU.
Making a show about science interesting to a general audience is an extremely difficult feat.
In the 70s and 80s, TV star Johnnie Fancy was everywhere: barking his catchphrases, handing out giant cheques and grinning next to the pop stars of the day.
A hundred years ago or yesterday? Strange and distant events or strangely familiar? Feminism, art, war, pop music, revolution, crime fiction, independence, racial violence, crazy p…
Thanks to the numerous adventures of Sherlock Holmes, we arguably don’t have the best impression of the Victorian Police Detective—especially when it comes to either their inte…
A darkly comic, Mel Brooks-style parody following the storyline of the DH Lawrence novel… with a few twists.
Andy Paterson of Fringe and touring hit 3,000 Trees brings you double Fringe First-winning Iain Heggie’s classic 18th century comedy.
In Ripe, Jacobs takes us through the stages of a banana corresponding to the stages of life; through stand-up and rap.
In today’s climate of brunching, Instagram-obsessed millennials, and in a time where avocado-hand and avocado-shaped walkie-talkies are an actual reality, there is plenty of oppo…
How do you review a show which involves you spectating other people playing Dungeons and Dragons? Whilst tempting to let a dice roll determine its outcome, I feel the Game Master (…
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