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Edinburgh Fringe 2018

(Even) Hotter

A hilarious expose of what is hot, in your body, for your body and with other bodies.


A celebration of friendship and Hibs' 2016 Scottish Cup victory

A Joke

A joyful leap into the unknown. These incredible performers take you on masterclass of japery.

Ad Libido

A moving, painfully funny, brilliantly crafted one woman show that has everything from awkward sex scenes to teenage diaries to talking Yonis.

All Change

A delightful and bittersweet comedy that will tug your heart strings.

Appropriately Inappropriate

Thao fast becomes a new best friend – with whacky logic, comedy and sharp one-liners!

Bowjangles: Excalibow

Outstanding music, vocals, comedy, movement, and innovation combine to create a remarkable performance.


Putting the "fun" back in funeral.

ComedySportz UK

An improvised comedy show that takes drama games to a whole new level.

Craig Hill: C’mon the Lads!

Brilliant hour of stand-up comedy

Despite Everything, Price Still Includes Biscuits

Droll hour of gentle, inoffensive comedic stories and songs

Don Juan

Don Juan in the raw

Drowning Not Waving

Entertaining and informative - zany and fun!

Early Birds

A new play by Marks and Gran about their tv series "Birds Of A Feather"

Greg Byron – Wordshow

Wordshow – comedy for thinking people

Gyles Brandreth : Break A Leg

Master class in comedic storytelling from a new national treasure

Heather and Harry

Stumble Trip Theatre smash it with wonderful hyper energetic Lecoq inspired madness

Helen Lederer: I Might as Well Say It

Fast paced, entertaining show with delicious dollops of wit, envy and self deprecation peppered here and there!

It’s Not a Sprint

Engaging performer in a solo play about Thirty-something life choices

I’ll Have What She’s Having

A hilarious run through womanhoodwinked in the 21st Century straight from two women who know from either side of the picketed fence.

Jamie MacDonald: Blinkered

The funny upside of being blind


A funny drama based on what happens when a Dead Ringer Cher double act falls on hard times.

Joke Box (Julian Lee)

An generous hour of free one-liner comedy

Just William’s Luck

As perfect a piece of family entertainment as you'll find at the Fringe

Laurence Clarke: An Irresponsible Guide to Parenting

Wacky and wickedly funny side swipes at interfering You Tube do-gooders

Lucille and Cecilia

Two wacky sea lions with a tale to tell – and don’t forget the mackerel.

Mao That’s What I Call Music!

Des Kapital presents a strange brew of pop karaoke and Communist China

Meno Pause

A one woman’s personal exploration through the Menopause

My Left Right Foot

Biting, hilarious look at how to be inclusively inclusive


Sets the standard, year after year, for rapid-fire sketch comedy.

Not Yet Suffragette

Smart, Provocative Feminist Comedy for the Whole F**king Patriachy!

Our Man In Havana

Hugely impressive physical adaptation of Graeme Greene's dark comedy

Pamela’s Palace

A very entertaining theatrical experience - creative, well acted and lots of laughter!!!

The Bristol Suspensions Present – Love Aca-tually

Great vocals and coruscating choreography

The Flop

'The Flop' is anything but!

The House

Horribly realistic insight into the world’s most materialistic society.

The Incurable Optimist

Vicar of Dibley writer takes centre stage reflecting on a life in comedy and developing Parkinsons

The OS Map Fan Club

Perfect tonic for map loving walkers.

Timpson The Musical

A pair of star-crossed lovers out to out-invent their foe, one Keypulet, the other Montashoe.

Tom Neenan: It’s Always Infinity

An affecting tale about Tom's missing girlfriend: or more specifcally, how that affects Tom.

Twelfth Night

Four overworked actors and a lot of costume changes.

Twonkey’s Night Train To Liechtenstein

A new hour of surreal silliness and old favourites

Voldemort and the Teenage Hogwarts Musical Parody

An hour of delightful escapism for muggles, witches and wizards

Where the Hell is Bernard

In a world where reaching 50 signals the end, four workers escape the hive in a darkly comic physical show.