Good grief is full of sarcasm, laughter and the occasional tear as we try to show that there is no “correct” thing to say to someone who is grieving.
Rachel Sambrooks is trying to love life even when it’s rubbish.
Be transported back to early 90s Los Angeles; the seedy underworld of gangsters, drugs, danger, and a mysterious briefcase.
A twisted Commander Fagin greets you… Welcome to the Peepshow at the crossroads.
Tom Little won the Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2015, was a BBC Radio New Comedy Award 2014 finalist, and appeared in both Pleasance Comedy Reserve and Big Value showcase…
The Bristol Revunions return to the free Fringe with their show Hoops.
Are you one of the good ones? Did you go to a women’s march? Would you boycott Becky? Tonight someone’s gonna.
What if you were taught how to be a man but you weren’t yet a man? So you un-taught yourself and then you learned again from someone else and they were also wrong.
Join Jewish comedian of the year and wheelchair enthusiast Aaron Simmonds for his show all about love, sex and Harry Potter. BBC New Comedian finalist 2017.
Watch Zillions of Comedians squeezed into just one hour.
In a fantastical world where weather is rigidly controlled by the Shipping Forecast, an individual weather pattern dares to question their assigned role.
Past secrets remain hidden, not by the sinister or well-meant, but from fear.
Take a chance on a real free Fringe experience.
The debut solo show from ex-President of the Oxford Revue, Georgia Bruce.
Outrageous, comedy storytelling show based on writer/performer Jacqueline Haigh’s true experiences working as a receptionist in a Tantric massage parlour and her quest for the Ness…
An anthology horror show featuring nine modern day tales of terror, death and the supernatural.
It’s time for the heist of the century.
Funny Women regional finalist Ania Magliano and Cambridge Footlight Riss Obolensky have joined forces after two successful runs at the Edinburgh Fringe: The Footlights Internationa…
Strap in for a strikingly alternative show from deadpan character act, ‘The Robot’ Nicholas Everritt and nutbag improviser extraordinairé Pete ‘The Hurricane’ Nash.
How do we define success? Is failure ever an option? Is a teasmade an appropriate 60th birthday gift? Does anyone really know what is going on at all, ever? Expect beguiling storie…