The original UK a cappella and beatbox sensations are back! Get ready for jaw-dropping harmonies and world-class beatboxing.
Following five sell-out Fringe runs, the Iron Lady returns in her 80s drag cabaret extravaganza! On the eve of a crucial vote, Maggie gets lost in Soho and accidentally becomes a c…
The Britain’s Got Talent finalist returns to Underbelly with a fully revamped hour for 2021.
The biggest, brightest comedians at the Edinburgh Fringe all in one huge show.
The biggest, brightest comedians at the Edinburgh Fringe all in one huge show, staged in the famous Udderbelly.
‘Mesmerising!’ (Primary Times).
Louis Pearl has been thrilling audiences worldwide for over 30 years with the art, magic, science and fun of bubbles.
Living in Kent - Maxwell tells us – he is surrounded by the sort of puce-faced, fake WWII heroes who seem to think that having once watched a film with John Mills in it automatic…
Bi-Cycle is the low-cardio, sweat-drenched sexual awakening you never knew you needed.
For one night only, the Chortle Award-winning ladies and gentlemen of Austentatious swap their bonnets and breeches to raise money for Waverley Care! Join them as they improvise a …
While watching Piano_Play it is easy to be taken in by the illusion which the show sets up.
Charity spectacular! Watch an all-star lineup of comedians backstab, manipulate and fight for survival in Werewolf: Live.
Stand Up for Shelter returns for another year at the Fringe bringing you a fantastic showcase of comedy, all in aid of Shelter.
Official launch of Ireland’s premier comedy festival, featuring top acts from the 2019 programme, including Andrew Maxwell, Terry Alderton and Danny O’Brien.
What a delight to hear the giggles and laughter, sometimes hysterical, of children, aged four and up in the audience throughout Heroes, a circus, acrobatics and aerial dance show a…
If you like fast-paced political satire, polished with a high degree of musical theatre and jazz hands, this is the show for you! As to be expected from the team at NewsRevue, The …
Join your favourite Mr.
‘All human life is in shop… there’s not a single aspect of it that’s not covered by at least one partwork magazine (free binder with part one)’.
Award-winning comedian Joe Bor retells the story of the friendship between his grandad (world-renowned town planner Walter Bor) and his grandad’s best friend (world-renowned comedy…
Fancy a full music festival in 60 minutes? Abandoman’s got your back! Rob Broderick brings his innate ability to craft songs on the spot to the world of Coachella.
Two parts fever dream and one part personality quiz, Final Form examines the desperate lengths we go to in our eternal quest to be liked.
Following last year’s sell-out show, character comedians and IRL sisters Maddy and Marina are back and bigger than ever (at least physically).
Multi award-winning musical storytelling from the creator of Jewish Chronicles and Gefilte Fish and Chips.
Winning Hearts And Minds is a show about love and populism.
It’s been 10 years since Eli was made Head Environment Prefect at high school.
Focus people! Shit’s about to get real.
GFH builds on the runaway success of Gabby’s last Edinburgh show and offers a new series of life hacks on today’s dating and partying scene.
It has often been said that Myra DuBois is an act way ahead of her time.
For the very first time TV stars Jamie Laing and Francis Boulle are hitting the Fringe! Be the first to see them live before they head out on their UK tour.
Charity spectacular! Watch beloved comedians backstab, manipulate and fight for survival in Werewolf: Live.
For one night only, the award-winning cast of Austentatious swap their bonnets and breeches in aid of Waverley Care.
Stand Up for Shelter returns for its fifth year at the Fringe, bringing you a fantastic showcase of comedy, all in aid of Shelter.
Is the comedy gene something you can inherit from your parents? If so then Siblings: Acting Out sisters Maddy and Marina Bye have been blessed with it in spades.
A pop song musical about the six wives of Henry the Eighth is not, at first glance, something you’d think would necessarily work.
She’s Merkel to his Trump.
David Mills is always well turned out: sharp-suited, finely tuned, sitting on his stool like some Easy Listening Singer from a bygone age.
All Killa No Filla Live.
It’s a psychological striptease with tales of love, lust, men, marriage, pregnancy, childbirth, mastitis, sexist bosses, teenage daughter wrangling, ageing, toy boys and Close Enco…
Join Willis & Vere for their live comedy podcast recording with a new guest comedian every day.
Following a sell-out season in 2015, the UK’s best-selling author Julia Donaldson returns to Edinburgh with a brand-new show featuring Room on the Broom, The Magic Paintbrush, The …
Nobody is safe.
Gabby Killick is one of a new wave of female comedians taking Europe by storm! Gabby has recently headlined shows in Austria, Germany and Spain as well as being listed in the Funny…
Funny Women award winner Freya Slipper’s (CBBC, The Free Association) debut character show explores the power of social media and what happens when an ordinary person does somethin…
Luca’s hypochondria and survival instincts have helped him live a fairly safe and sin-free life so far, but his imaginary diseases and unfulfilled dreams of being the poster child …
The news is out – millennials are having less sex than our parents.
Ireland’s finest hip hop musical comedian, is back in the Cow with his biggest show yet.
More stories-in-song from this multi award-winning Jewish songwriter and Fringe favourite.
Maddie Rice has been put into a difficult position with performing this script.
‘I recognise this’Daniella Isaacs was in the newest Sweaty Betty zero gravity leggings, making hemp and cacao energy balls, flanked by her nutribullet.
Australian drag superstar Courtney Act (RuPaul’s Drag Race, Australian Idol) takes you over the rainbow and down under in her new show.
For one night only, the Chortle Award-winning ladies and gentlemen of Austentatious swap their bonnets and breeches to raise money for Waverley Care.
Ruby Wax is back at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe once again with a new show on mental health, Frazzled.
Massimilliano Rosetti and Manu Tiger are like a live action cartoon or perhaps a 1930’s Laurel and Hardy short where the boys have joined a circus.
Jason Manford is back and better than ever! With this work in progress show you’ll be one of the first to get a sneak peak of his brand new tour, Muddle Class.
Some things seem as traditional to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe as being bombarded with flyers on the Royal Mile.
There’s one point during Geoff Norcott’s latest show when it really flies, when you sense he really has most of the audience on his side — even though at least one or two of …
Stand Up for Shelter returns for our fourth year at the Fringe, bringing a fantastic showcase of comedy in aid of Shelter! This year’s line-up is jam-packed and will see Sara Pas…
Irish sketch trio and social media sensations Foil, Arms and Hog are back at the Fringe after selling out shows for the last eight, (yes you read that right, eight), years.
As a child of the eighties, I dreamed of appearing on Knightmare; the high-tech fantasy adventure game where three adolescent friends used their inability to discern left from righ…
Deborah Frances-White (from BBC Radio 4 and Global Pillage) and special guests record an episode of her hit comedy podcast, with over 16 million downloads in a year and half.
After five glorious years of sell-out shows, Austentatious returns to Edinburgh! Join the all-star cast as they improvise a hilarious new Jane Austen masterpiece, based on a single…
Multi award-winning Jess Robinson returns with more spot-on celebrity impressions, musical comedy and stunning vocal gymnastics.
Richard from The Carpenters used to be on top of the world looking down on creation, to the left of (and slightly behind) Karen.
Picture a Venn diagram where behavioural science, character comedy and storytelling are intersecting the hell out of each other.
Master songwriter and Fringe favourite returns with more of his trademark smart and funny story songs (plus new gems).
The award-winning Italian comedian returns with a brand-new show about life outside your comfort zone: politics, people, and what you discover when you leave your sofa to become a …
Can the audience change a show just by watching it? Douglas invites you to find out, by watching his latest concatenation of mind-searing comic absurdities.
The year is 991 and the Vikings are coming.
Melbourne Comedy Festival 2017 Best Show Nominee and 2016 Best Newcomer, Tom Walker is a unique, hilarious and ridiculously accomplished comedian.
Warning: This show contains ninjas, not magic.
The Edinburgh Fringe ‘smashed’-hit Shit-Faced Shakespeare returns in its seventh year to perform Measure for Measure in its unorthodox and unique inebriated manner.
The closed trunk planted on stage instantly recalls the story of Pandora’s Box and, indeed, this is the tale that is told over loudspeaker at the beginning of Max Dickins’ one-…
What do Frank-N-Furter, Mary Poppins and Mr G have in common? They’ve all given fans the chance to perform the iconic songs from their shows in singalong theatre events! The Mr G S…
This is circus for serious people.
Gravity and Other Myths are the future of contemporary circus and their show A Simple Space is utterly unmissable.
Join Sarah Millican and special guests as they celebrate the longest-running comedy festival in England.
It’s back! Another impressive, eclectic mix of comedy talent hits the Fringe in aid of Shelter.
A totally unique and mind-blowing musical comedy experience, if you’ve never seen or heard of Abandoman before then here is your chance to rectify that.
For one special night only, F&M return with their new angry-funny-sexy show.
The hit international show returns for one night only.
A late-night spectacular of this Fringe favourite! Acts and audiences are plunged into darkness to create one of the most unique and unforgettable comedy experiences.
The incoming audience is met by a tall man resplendent in shorts, M&S shirt buttoned to the collar and white joke shop beard.
The sharp-suited David Mills is already seated on stage when his audience comes in, chatting with us, riffing along to a Barry Manilow hit; while he later insists that the role in …
Underbelly’s largest venue is the huge tent – shaped like an purple cow tipped onto its back – that this year has been transplanted into the western half of George Square Gar…
Star of Live at the Apollo, QI and The Jonathan Ross Show, the razor sharp and hilariously funny Canadian returns to the festival.
An improvised Jane Austen novel was always going to be a lot of fun, and Austentatious’s talented cast certainly delivered an amusing hour of comedy.
You won’t find many performers at this year’s Fringe trumpeting their lack of uniqueness.
The biggest and brightest comedians at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe all in one huge show, staged in the famous Udderbelly.
Featuring world-class voices, jaw-dropping beatboxing and heart-stopping harmonies, Gobsmacked! is an all-singing all-amazing theatrical experience that redefines the limits of the…
Whether you’re Jewish or not, you’ll love Daniel Cainer’s deeply moving, smart and funny story-songs of family and folklore.
The Foster’s Golden Jesters Award finalists and Brighton Fringe Best Comedy Show nominees are back with their hotly anticipated new show.
The stars of BBC Radio 4’s The Croft & Pearce Show and Spirit of the Fringe award-winners return with ‘a laugh-out-loud sketch show’ (Daily Express).
The Edinburgh Comedy Awards Best Newcomer nominee and CBBC star, Sam Fletcher, presents his usual heady, mid-afternoon blend of jokes, lo-fi showbiz flair, idiotic theatrics and so…
Are you crippled by student debt? Working an unpaid internship? Trying to find prince charming on Tinder? Welcome to the life of a modern day twenty-something! Join Katie for a new…
London’s brass juggernaut makes its Fringe debut for three shows only, fresh from floor-filling gigs across Europe.
A regular performer in Edinburgh and confident stage actress, Dillie Keane returns with her ‘first solo show for 557 years’.
You cannot criticise Rhys Nicholson for a lack of clarity.
Feminasty is a rollercoaster of irreverent, witty humour with a real agenda at hand.
Back by popular demand, Ireland’s top comedy hip hop improv team bring 2014’s show ‘Hot Desk’ to Edinburgh three nights only! Using their trademark blend of audience interaction …
Spanktacular returns for an incredible 12th year with sexy hosts, awesome comedians and the inevitable gratuitous nudity.
When I was in high school Glee became really popular, and I loved it because it seemed so new and cool and sexy.
In Macbeth, Act II, Scene 3, the Porter states “Drink [.
Combining the intensity of a psychological thriller with the power of a theatrical poem is an intriguing notion, but CUT proves its effectiveness as the two come together in this e…
Joe Barnes and Henry Perryment deliver solid, expressive performances in their comedy sketch show.
Poet Steve Larkin presents a reimagined version of Thomas Hardy’s classic novel Tess of the D’Urbervilles.
You’d usually associate interacting with the audience with stand ups, pantomime and magicians specialising in card tricks.
Fasten your knickerbockers and hold onto your bonnets: Austentatious is back for a fourth year of frilly-meets-filthy improvisation, based exceptionally loosely on the collected wo…
Underbelly presents four of the biggest and brightest comedians all in one huge show, staged in the famous Udderbelly.
You ring the doorbell and walk in.
Betty O’Barley and Harry O’Hay invite you to… ‘The best wedding ever, the best wedding yet, the wedding that no one will ever forget.
Britain’s best-selling children’s writer acts out her stories and songs with a cast of five, including guitar-playing husband Malcolm.
Direct from NYC, Gideon & Hubcap serve up their unique brand of Stove-Top Folk (on no fewer than ten instruments!), sharing tales of love, apocalypse and death-defying friendship t…
The Foster’s Golden Jesters Award finalists, Laughing Horse New Act of the Year 2014 semi-finalists, and Brighton Fringe Best Comedy Show nominees are back with their hotly anticip…
Morally upstanding stand-up and sketches from star of Fringe favourites The Beta Males (Radio 4, Chortle Award nominees).
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