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.
In a time when you can’t do right for doing wrong, Steve N Allen (as seen on BBC Two’s The Mash Report) takes a look at how hard it is to be better.
This starts off as stand-up, then becomes a pub quiz.
Orlando Baxter explores the struggles of trying to reconnect with an absentee parent and the conversation that led to him discovering that he might have a half-sister.
Buddhism? Absolute nonsense! I’m appalled about it or something.
Everyone wants an Irish passport but what does being Irish really mean? Is there more than just drinking and the craic? Award-winning comic Mary Bourke presents a hilarious show on…
Disappear down the rabbit hole of a fool’s mind.
The show Cülture Elité (written Kültür Èlité) is a comedy show about elitism, art, culture and the silly world of today with Norwegian comedians Lars Berrum and Martin Beyer-…
Shetland comedian Marjolein, as seen on BBC, wants to transport you to her home with tales and truths of what life is really like 60° north.
Everything else may have dried up but not their wit! The grande dames of Scottish comedy triumphantly return at a new time slot, just as funny and feisty as ever.
A lonely boy sat in graveyards waiting for zombies, predicted to be a serial killer by his sisters, grew up to be a comedian.
Everything else may have dried up but not their wit! The grande dames of Scottish comedy triumphantly return, just as funny and feisty as ever.
Highly interactive show that’s part stand-up, part actual pub quiz.
What type of comedian are you Gav? Hard-hitting? Are you one of these edgy types that says the unsayable or a modern consumer complaints comedian? Maybe you’re surreal and are on…
This Welsh comedian was the first major victim of Identity Theft in the UK.
Bethany Black is back.
Joe Rooney is best known for his role in Father Ted as the rebel priest Father Damo.
Ramon Rivas (BlazerRamon.
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.
The Stand’s resident satire team of Mark Nelson, Stuart Murphy, Keir McAllister and Vladimir McTavish return with their unique take on the news in a world gone crazy.
After years in the sketch show game, Iain Connell, star and co-creator of BBC hit show Burnistoun (a sell-out at the 2016 Edinburgh Festival Fringe) is throwing caution to the wind…
A new satirical hour from award-winning stand-up comic and writer Keir McAllister.
In April 2015, Robin Ince announced that he really had to stop doing stand-up as he was on the cusp of insanity.
Keith Farnan (Michael Mcintyre’s Comedy Roadshow) has tried to answer some of the big questions in life in previous shows, but now seems like a good time to just be funny.
Everyone wants an Irish Passport but what does being Irish really mean? Is there more than just drinking and the craic? Award-winning comic Mary Bourke presents a hilarious show on…
A hilariously naughty cabaret about car accidents, kink and cucumbers.
Set sail with the grand dames of Scottish comedy as they navigate you through rough seas with their distinctly comedic take on life.
Following two shows that sold out through word of mouth alone, Scottish comedian Fern is back for another Scottish hour.
John Robertson claims that comedy is a sick industry (and he should know).
Comedians can sometimes manifest as a raw nerve, desperate not to shield themselves from slings and arrows, but to erupt in glorious rage at the injustices and ridiculousness of th…
Bethany Black is a forthright, funny, and unapologetic comedian, cheerfully rousing the audience as she lets fire her jokes.
Despite the commanding tone of his show’s title, John Gordillo doesn’t actually come across as a fan of Capitalism as an economic and social system.
Useless former gang member James Nokise takes a light-hearted look at the way we see each other, examining how people end up in gangs and what happens when you’re kicked out.
Throughout history, every generation has thought they would witness the end of the world.
Jokes and stories from a life on the road.
Bronston Jones: God Bless ‘Merica (Again).
I was there when Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated, when Emu bit Michael Parkinson.
Join JoJo Bellini for a hilarious show filled with fun, food and the songs of Tom Jones.
Micheal Legge - Prince of Bitterness, Lord of Fury - has his sights on an award.
We are welcomed into the Stand 2 by a red-headed young woman in the guise of an older man.
Samuel Johnson said ‘He who makes a beast of himself gets rid of the pain of being a man’.
The main thing that you need to know about this show is that something about it is absolutely and completely unexpected.
This year, Yianni explores “the line”: how do we cross the line in telling jokes, and who decides where it is? He conducts his investigation through a series of anecdotes and d…
Ria Lina presents a comic show on political correctness that purports to raid society’s taboos.
Dissent: noun, def.
On Christmas Eve last year Gavin Webster had his finest hour.
Seymour Mace Niche as F*ck! Here’s my hundred words, well ninety one now, make that eighty seven, bugger! Eighty three! Eighty! Phew, shit! Seventy nine! Eight! Seventy two! Spac…
Like most comedians, Ro Campbell lies awake at night wondering if he is going to hell.
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