He had full houses in 2015, 2016 and 2017 and now Robin Boot is back with more rock’n’roll hilarity with his new show: Welcome to the Pungle – the wild side of musical comedy! Vo…
Henry Café, quiz host and death investigator, investigates death and hosts a quiz.
The finest Geordie, Scottish and Australian comedians come together for a fantastic hour of stand-up comedy.
Maxine Jones, 62, has left home on a bicycle to become a nomad.
Join Gareth Richards, Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Awards Best Newcomer nominee 2010 for his eighth funny, stupid, stand-up show, with some hilarious songs played on the Q-Chord.
Award-winning comedian Carey Marx is back with a new hour of hard-hitting stand-up.
Chris O Neill presents the increasingly annual showcase of excellent Irish talent.
As seen on BBC One.
The laws of stand up hold that childhood diaries are always good for a laugh.
A free lunchtime showcase of established and up and coming acts offering tasters of their shows. Six acts plus MC Alastair Sadler.
The increasingly annual Full Irish is fun in the morning with “Irish” comics. There will be “food” served. This is Irish as redefined by your host Chris O’Neill.
Join Gareth Richards, Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Awards best newcomer nominee 2010, for his seventh show of hilarious stand-up and low-key comedy songs on his trusty Q-chord.
The finest Geordie and Scottish comedians come together for a fantastic hour of stand-up comedy.
Stand-up comedian, HuffingtonPost.
Join Gareth Richards, Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Awards Best Newcomer nominee 2010, for his sixth solo show of hilarious stand-up and gorgeously low-key comedy songs.
Along with Part Troll and I Would Happily Punch All Every One Of You In The Face, Gary Colman’s Tickling Mice is not only one of my favourite show titles, but also one of the mos…
An hour of lunchtime comedy could be worse spent than with this quirky collection of occasionally promising comedians.
Have you ever felt that perhaps you have too much money? That the money you have set aside for a house, a car or that kidney transplant a doctor has told you that you critically ne…
One performance only! ‘Several of the best one-liners you will hear.
Andrew O’Neill is the master of the absurd and the king of odd.
Gary Colman (no not that one) has been a strong force at the free fringe
for some time now and he certainly hasn’t dropped the ball this year round.
Jen Brister is cynical, apathetic and demotivated.
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