Edinburgh Fringe 2017
An enjoyable hour of gentle comedy.
Possibly the longest title of any play associated with the scribblings of Shakespeare.
A fun afternoon - the audience loved it
Tiff Stevenson at her best
One woman tour de force that brightens your day with a wake.
Interactive fun with Politics
A popular Glaswegian snack turns into a funny comic journey round yer nan and yer papa meeting yer English boyfreend.
Romance, adventure and murders abound, begad!
A nostalgic hour in the company of some lovely old friends
Funny guy in a funny place.
Late night comedy that saws the knuckle off rather than comes near it.
Heartfelt, funny and direct – what does it mean to have your best mate stand by you when you’re stuck being your worst self.
Hilarious, crude and shocking tale with undertones of grief and pain
That’s a cracker. It’s the way he told ‘em.
Silliness that every adult must see. And it’s fun for kids as well.
A magic lozenge ensures all’s well at the end in the Fringe for four G&S hopefuls.
A debut solo show exploring the drive to fit in, with a bit about being a pop star.
Hilarious and entertaining, boisterous and moving all at the same time!
"Fast-paced, full-on and painfully funny"
Bonkers comedy and absurdist songs.
Beguiling badinage and ballads from two doyens of the Fringe.
Superior sketch show that is very funny almost all of the time.
Tense and funny two-hander about a dysfunctional couple
An acerbic take on living the modern suburban American ‘dream’ with lovely ensemble performances and laugh out loud dialogue.
"genuine moments of belly laughter throughout"
A hilarious improvised hour with improv experts
Top class improv from a top flight troupe of practitioners.
Sets the standard, year after year, for rapid-fire sketch comedy.
Lad’s mag Doghouse in the doghouse.
Brain food for your lunch break
Come shimmy your sequined ball gown sister this is an hour of supercharged feel good musical fun -with a heart.
A wild ride of delicious word-play and storytelling from this instantly endearing comedian
"Improvised Comedy at its very best"
Upbeat Shakespearean larks to start the day
The train not standing at the platform won’t now be coming or going anywhere.
Full on cabaret to kick-start your evening.
Comedy, chaos and calamity.
All the world’s a stage. Well, at least this bit of the Royal Botanic Gardens.
Entertaining, charming and spirited!
Magical mathematics from a master of numeracy.
Delightfully eccentric and inventive physical comedy!
"get tickets to this as soon as possible"