A mix of stand up and confessional which is funny and tragic in almost equal measure.
A mix of stand up and confessional which is funny and tragic in almost equal measure.
Review: Moveable Feast
It’s time for Planes, Trains and Automob-meals
An adult take on sex and relationships
The most educative stand-up and a thrilling presentation. Oh and bloody funny on the tragedies.
Review: Jew… ish
One of the wittiest but also truthful comedies about love, identity, sexual politics and gefilte fish I’ve seen
Review: Stewart Lee: Snowflake/Tornado
Stewart Lee is Marmite
Hannah Gadsby's hilarious new show, named after her dog!
A very funny Geordie bloke tells us about growing up and having a bit of a drinkie
Review: Marc Jennings: Getting Going
A cheeky and clever young Scot brings us his take on growing up
A mid life crisis with a dad bod that manages to come close to offensive but makes you laugh on the way there.
Review: Age Fright: 35 and Counting
A tremendously funny run through the insecurities of facing life as a 35 year old
Review: Angus Dunican: Nice Bit of Kit
Clever storytelling mixed with some very funny comedy
Review: Angus Brown: Everest
Intelligent, absurd and climbing high
Review: Saskia Preston: Ninety-Five
Sharp, clever comedy from a future comedy star
Following their Sell Out 2018 run Flo & Joan are back and better than ever.
A storytelling lecture about climate change from Dr Matt Winning, one of the world’s funniest climate researchers.
Review: Iain FM Smith: My Finest Hour
A talented storyteller tells us about his life and his rather amazing grandfather
Review: Grant Buse: Touchè Busè
A very talented, award winning, musical comedian turns his blows into shows
A very English clergyman preaches a very English sermon to his choir
Review: Ed Byrne: If I’m Honest
That Irish bloke you like from the telly is back to make you laugh
Review: Craig Hill: Bottoms Up!
The King of Scottish banter is back to rip the pish
A wickedly funny indictment of the state of the nation and the fools that have led us here
A very funny love letter to all the racist trolls Ken has blocked before
Review: Jessica Fostekew: Hench
Hench means; Strong, Fit and having well-developed muscles. That describes this show, perfectly.
Review: Zoe Lyons: Entry Level Human
One of the countries best comedians delivers an hour of faultless comedy
Review: Jordan Brookes: I’ve Got Nothing
A talented clown makes something out of nothing
Review: Simon Evans: Dressing For Dinner
Stand Up’s grumpy uncle brings his acerbic and sardonic wit to bear on the modern world.
Review: John Robins: Hot Shame
This is a stand up comedy masterclass
Review: Tony Law: Identifies
Tony Law treats us to a white knuckle ride into his world of comic absurdity
A welcome return from a comedian who exemplifies the spitrit of The Fringe
Review: Don’t Be Terrible
A multi layered two hander about love, comedy and doing gigs
Review: Stuart McPherson: Mr November
Gags, gags and more gags brilliantly delivered by a sharp young comedian
Review: Paul Currie: Trufficle Musk
A brilliant hour of bonkers comedy that makes you happy
Review: Stephen Buchanan: Baby Dove
Sharp story telling and keenly observed comedy in the hands of a talented young performer
Review: Stand Up with Janine Harouni
Fast, funny, gag laden storytelling with a rich cast of characters
From sympathetic to pathetic, Jim Campbell takes us down the meandering and hilarious paths of his mind
Review: Better Man
Work in progress from this sharp observer of the triumph and tragedy of falling in and out of relationships
Two Edinburgh preview comics with shows to watch
Review: Comedy at the Brewery
An awesome twosome!
Review: Unusual Suspects
The Welsh comedians are back!
Review: The Dark Side of Harun
Sharp and witty comedy from a rising star
Review: Two Girls, One Mic
An hour of comedy sending up Hollywood culture.
Review: Josh Berry: Voice Thief
Satirical impressions from a rising star
The most entertaining archaeologist since Indiana Jones
Review: Still No Idea
Laughter’s the best start to killing ignorance. See it.
Review: My Preferred Pronoun is We
Fascinating well crafted show with depth and humor – topical, very well performed, poignant + impactful!
A new hour of surreal silliness and old favourites
Review: Meno Pause
A one woman’s personal exploration through the Menopause
Review: Danny Lobell: Fat Chance
A hilarious personal “run” round why size matters in a stand up show that doesn’t slim down on the comedy.
Review: Jamie MacDonald: Blinkered
The funny upside of being blind
Fast paced, entertaining show with delicious dollops of wit, envy and self deprecation peppered here and there!
Review: Clara Saves America
Stand up show late at night that amuses without depending upon the need to cater to late night appetites.
Review: The Incurable Optimist
Vicar of Dibley writer takes centre stage reflecting on a life in comedy and developing Parkinsons
Review: Appropriately Inappropriate
Thao fast becomes a new best friend – with whacky logic, comedy and sharp one-liners!
Review: Devil May Care
A new character comedy piece from this Darling of Latitude
Review: Change Management
A one-man show about change by a comedic giant to a packed house.
Review: Tits in Space
A show with a wise sweetness at its core; a brightness to cast the growing shadows out there.
Review: Amanda Palmer
A cabaret style evening of piano and ukulele driven songs and stand-up comedy
Review: No Oddjob
Nothing Odd About This Fine Job
Review: Sara Pascoe: Lads Lads Lads
A one woman comedy stand up: break up sex, incest and being too 'tampony'.
Review: Katharine Ryan – Glitter Room
Witty banter about the trials and tribulations of life as a single mother
Review: Lefty Scum
A funny trio of leftie performers delights Brighton
Review: Stories Hardly Worth Telling
Review: Kosher Bacon
Tapas from the kosher kitchen
Review: Ari Eldjárn: Pardon My Icelandic
A nice guy seduces the entire audience
New madness from the Manchester loon
Review: Danny Lobell
Funny guy in a funny place.
Review: One Romanian Asking Questions
A comedian’s comedian
Review: Michael Brandon – Off-Ramps
A well-told insight into a life in Hollywood
Review: Jenny Bede: Eggtime
"Fast-paced, full-on and painfully funny"
Review: Terry Alderton : All Crazy Now
Review: Mickey Sharma – Sharmanator!!
Stand up that may not launch ships but will rock your boat
Review: You’re Only Cosmic Dust
Keir McAllister takes the world to task
Review: Bec Hill: Out of Order
A fun afternoon - the audience loved it
Review: Breaking Black
Informative, entertaining, revealing
Stand up comedy from New York
Review: Comedy Club for Kids
A lot of fun, a lot of laughs, a lot of joy. And (mostly) age-appropriate.
It’s as if Billie Piper’s Yerma does stand-up. Caroline Byrne’s Blocked reveals a writer whose images stamp a scream-out-loud theatre drawn into an arc of devastation. Curnick inhabits a performer’s meltdown from a technique and emotional agency as strong as… a recording black box. Why? Find out. Superb theatre.
Review: Stewart Lee: Content Provider
Providing beautifully scathing content since ... whenever
Review: Guerilla Aspies
This is an absolutely necessary and enagaging show about Aspergers we need to see back. The audience was packed, and exhilarated, Wady making contact with nearly everyone but in a creative and – yes – neutrotypical way.
Review: Twonkey’s Mumbo Jumbo Hotel
Pointless, stupid and hilarious
Review: Aidan Goatley: Joys Of Retail
A bit sweary - but nice
Review: Aidan Goatley: Mr Blue Sky
He's very English - but a real English
Review: Alien Of Extraordinary Ability
His strongest material yet, but still anarchic.
Review: Clare Plested; Flock Up
A great hour in the company of weird, wonderful and very funny women.
Review: Frenchy; World’s Worst Adult
Australian comedian who saws the knuckles off your sensibilities in a hilarious hour
A very funny stand up show that tells the story of Tom Toal where saving the earth becomes gets lost in the telling.
Review: Comedy Club 4 Kids
Funny, warm and accessible comedy stand up for children and their parents.
Showstopping numbers stud this heartwarming, touching new play with numbers by Liz Tait.
upbeat, incisive and funny
A comedy show with a message
Review: Stewart Lee – A Room With A Stew
Aggressively inventive, inventively aggressive
A clever deconstruction of the art of stand-up comedy
Review: Mummy’s Gone a Bit Parental
Honest, bold and fighting sleep deprivation
"Sharp wit with thrown in thrash metal nursery rhymes"
Review: The Man Called Monkhouse
They all laughed when I said I wanted to be a comedian ..
Review: Stand Up & Slam!
I felt like a winner just seeing this show
One woman against the world as she continues a movement after the hard work has been done