So far, Paul has lived his life content in the understanding that stability and emotional happiness were lovely ideas but not really for him.
Talk about doing what it says on the tin! The Stand’s flagship contemporary Scottish comedy show returns! A Fringe institution but this time with four acts, seating, table service …
If life was a simulation would you only follow the narrative or have fun doing all the side quests? Extracting joy and betterment from life’s every diversion and challenge, multi…
Dog Instagram, embarrassing massages, other Gareth Waughs in the world.
Josie Long has spent twenty years being a beacon of hope amongst the cynical cruelty of stand-up comedy.
Legendary late-night political stand-up showcase returns to butter the 2019 world’s infinite supply of stroppy hot potatoes.
Watson presents a show that’s no more than 50% ready for public consumption and hopes for the festival’s legendary supportive vibe to carry him through.
Standard Issue, the podcast founded by Sarah Millican, returns to Edinburgh for a fourth year.
Comedian, author and, most recently, idiot who agreed to be tortured on I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here!, Shappi is a woman of many parts.
This is part stand-up, part actual pub quiz.
We’ve selected the funniest women we could find at the Fringe and brought them together for an evening of comedy you’ll never forget! ‘An amazing evening of the most hilariou…
‘This is late-night comedy at its finest’ **** (BroadwayBaby.
As seen on Comedy Central’s Stand Up Central and The Chris Ramsey Show.
Hannah Walker and her alter ego, Savvy B, take a comic look at who we become when we drink and what it takes to sparkle.
Thus far, Paul has lived his life content in the understanding that stability and emotional happiness were lovely ideas but not really for him.
‘The angriest man in UK comedy is back at the Fringe for another hour of spleen-venting, more misanthropic, bitter and agitated than ever’ **** (Chortle.
Once the most radical, now the only radical.
Ferocious clubber Eleanor Conway has always been a woman of extremes; she partied around the world as a music journo, made porn, Tinder’d her way through most of London.
North East comedians on one exclusive line-up! Hot on the heels of our popular compilation showcases, we felt it only right to bring you some of finest who regularly reside at The …
BAFTA and Perrier award-winning comedian Dylan Moran brings his brand-new show, Dr Cosmos to the Edinburgh Fringe before embarking on his 49-date UK tour.
Whose Line is it Anyway? star and inaugural Perrier Comedy Awards winner Tony Slattery returns to where his comedic heart truly lies; with his brand-new, headlining, all-star impro…
Last year, Mark Watson – a man prone to considerable anxiety, with multiple phobias and a history of piss-poor self-esteem – was asked to go on Celebrity Island with Bear Gryll…
On any given afternoon in the Fringe, you’re likely to find Simon Munnery gracing the stage of The Stand comedy club.
Join Standard Issue Podcast – the smart and witty women’s magazine for your ears – as it hosts a panel of brilliant women from the world of comedy and media in conversation abo…
Because he’s an idiot, in thrall to his own imagined past, Daniel Kitson (41) has decided to perform an unfinished show that starts at midnight in a room that gets debilitatingly h…
Our long-running improvised comedy show will have you in stitches.
David Kay, one of the hidden gems of the Scottish comedy circuit, quirky, surreal, surprising and awesome.
Come on then! (To my show.
With a friendship that has endured numerous governments, several economic downturns and expanding waist sizes, these two stand-ups join together to bring you a one-hour show which …
After last year’s sell-out run, Paul returns to Edinburgh with his life, seemingly, still bordering on disarray.
After an absence of two years, the Perthshire farmer returns to Edinburgh with another trailer load of tales of rural life and how country people view the outside world.
Following two shows that sold out through word of mouth alone, Scottish comedian Fern is back for another Scottish hour.
Martin is one of the world’s most travelled and adventurous comedians.
The Fringe’s only, and possibly best, long-running political stand-up gig returns to The Stand to bark at the planet’s hottest potatoes.
Join anarchic makers of madness Viva La Shambles as they bring their popular monthly night of chaotic live comedy to the Fringe.
Bona Fide asks the cream of Edinburgh Fringe 2017’s comics to prove their worth by performing material specifically written for the theme of the night.
In Conversation with Standard Issue: the sharp and witty women’s magazine hosts a killer line-up of funny women, including Sarah Millican*, talking about comedy, women, feminism …
Andrew Doyle has, allegedly, lost quite a few friends this last year.
Gary Dunn is back! Monkey Magic, is his second show at the Edinburgh Fringe and it’s bigger, badder, and even more bananas than the first! With his trusty sidekick Chico the Monk…
‘One of the most tirelessly silly stalwarts of the Fringe’ (Time Out) provides tales of plumbing woes and his attempts at under-tent heating, and ridicules the insanity of capitali…
Multi award-winning power wizard of comedy Tony Law is heading back to the top.
In a very personal set, Shappi talks growing up in Britain as the child of refugee parents and being English.
Bridget Christie is one of the funniest comedians I’ve ever seen.
The triple Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee, BBC Radio 4 star and cult optimist Josie Long returns to The Stand with an hour of new material and knockabout fun, as she works towards …
spiked, the radical magazine that fights for your right to offend, returns to the Stand for a night of no-holds-barred comedy.
Delighted to turn 40, Julia is having a breakthrough, not a breakdown! Typically a time to reflect, re-assess.
Jay returns to this year’s Fringe for two nights only.
Just one glance at this year’s stuffed-to-bursting wedge of a programme is enough to see that there are bewildering array of performance disciplines represented at this year’s …
Gary Delaney has been touring all over the UK for months.
The Fringe’s only and possibly best long-running political stand-up gig returns to The Stand to bark at the planet’s hottest potatoes.
The whole fish-out-of water shtick is a difficult one to pull off – the performer has to be au fait with local idiosyncrasies while at the same time be looking in at them from th…
After four years writing and performing twelve half hours of stand up for his TV show, this is work in progress towards Stewart’s first brand new full-length live show since the aw…
Award-winning Stu Murphy and Garry Dobson perform brilliant improvised comedy all year round as Stand Comedy Club residents.
‘This is late night comedy at its finest’ **** (BroadwayBaby.
Simon Munnery performs for his 30th year at the Fringe.
Des Clarke is a much loved performer in Edinburgh.
His show Flaws was probably the most acclaimed show of last year’s Edinburgh Fringe.
British Asian, Paul Sinha, makes a very welcome return to the Stand Comedy Club during the Fringe after a four-year absence.
“The Facebook,” Little moans, is a hub of narcissism and platform for vapid boasts.
Okay, he doesn’t promise much - the title was his son’s butchering of the ‘one-man show’ term.
It’s 11 am – for some, the time for a late, leisurely breakfast.
A live recording of the global hit podcast where each week comedian Jarlath Regan meets a person of Irish heritage for a conversation about life, their work and of course, the infl…
Definition mocking: treat with ridicule or contempt, to imitate in fun or derision.
There’s a lot to live up to as a 21st century woman – having it all isn’t quite working out.
Jo Caulifield is sardonic, cutting and fantastically witty.
Live at the Stand is an opportunity to attend the recording of the podcast of the same name, featuring a rotating lineup of comics performing sets and taking part in games and inte…
What if someone else wrote a set list of outrageous and original topics for the world’s best stand-up comedians, and they had to perform from it with literally zero seconds to pr…
Simon returns once again to what he does, being himself for an hour.
After last year’s storm-causing, award-winning, activism-inspiring show,
it was hard to see how Bridget Christie would be able to better last year’s
If you’ve ever watched anything by John Robertson before you’ll know just how zany and energetic he can be, which is the perfect reason why he makes a great host for The Stand …
“Heard of Simon Munnery?” asks the blurb in the Fringe programme.
I admit to having felt a tad disappointed when I heard that Josie Long wasn’t doing her political stuff this year.
You’ll laugh, he’ll cry.
Gary Little isn’t.
Julia looks like she’s got it together: well groomed, with powerful eyebrows.
Jo Caulfield is surely one of the most intelligent comedians on the circuit.
Comedians can be a cynical bunch.
‘Remains one of the best stand-ups in the country’ **** (Metro).
The ray of sunshine himself performs cheerfully miserable stand-up.
Join rising star of Scottish comedy Marc Jennings for his debut solo show at The Stand Comedy Club.
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