Some good comedy from Irish comic Alison Spittle about various stories from her life, some of the challenges you face as you grow up, and internet trolls.
This is a skilful team of sketch comedians who hold them together well with a good thread throughout. Characterisation & physicality is strong here.
A vibrant and interesting show with some excellent elements
An enjoyable hour of comedy examining the struggles of everyday life
With a musical and energetic start this is absurdist comedy at its best. And let’s not forget the blue moustache.
Andrew Silverwood’s Reformed Terrorist tells hyperbolic tales of how Argos works, getting stuck in waterslides and his protest past.
This casual style comedy show features two mates, Brace Boy
and Captain Cane, having a chat with the audience about disability, metal
music, porn and crisps. What more could you want?
Luke Rollason’s Planet Earth tells the story of the creatures of our earth in a bizarre and fascinating way.
A poetically funny existential crisis in motion.
We catch up with the team at Clay Party, stars of brand-new dramedy, Outside, produced in association with the Pleasance Trust, currently at Edinburgh Fringe!
Exploring the impact of technology through humour, observations and cracking use of a Commodore 64. An insightful hour that demonstrates the chaos of our world caused by the evolution of technology.
A comedian who won the "So You Think You're Funny?” competition 2017 and brings her warm but self-deprecating show about the north/south divide, height & epilepsy to Edinburgh.
A delightfully awkward political comedy with plenty to rant about.
A funny, emotional and totally unrelatable show by a charming - and completely fascinating - comedian
An hour of real, high-quality, hilarious entertainment by a master of comedy
A hilarious, mad comedian with more energy than a kid with a sugar rush on Christmas morning
An intriguing mish-mash of energetic
dialogue and spoken word portrays this often amusing story of an unreliable
narcissist who just doesn’t know themselves as well as they think they do.
In a series of free interviews, leading journalist Mark Fisher gets inside the heads of some of the festival's finest performers. This time it's Jeremy Stockwell, star of Ken and a Sockful of Custard.