Buzz brings filth at the Fringe to a new level.
Gamble performs a set with unexpected turns that are mostly successful.
Fantastically funny, thought provoking, with a dash of filth; one of the best comedians at the Fringe performs his best show yet.
Clowns, ta-tas, tap dancing fools and nuclear disaster; Assembly Festival is back and better than ever.
Bringing back a bit of the festival once a month with comedy showcases, The Studio at Festival Theatre reminds us what a great comedy hub Edinburgh can be the rest of the year too.
A comedy ninja on stage, the bright young star tells jokes that are a little bit dirty while at the same time managing to be endearing and hysterical.
Feels like a night in Vegas without the next day regret utilising many props you expect in a magic show, but in a unique way that isn’t expected.
An entertaining adventure with enticing, well acted characters and plot, however it feels flat at the end leaving audiences not quite satisfied.
Bright, friendly stage presence makes the crowd feel like they’re hanging out with a really funny, sassy pal.
Touchy Feely is far from Stirling’s best show with jokes that aren’t quite there, lacklustre delivery and only a few really funny moments.
A natural, talented comedian with excellent pace, stellar timing; just good at what he does on stage.
Marvelously talented and perfectly cast. Being on skag is the only thing that could make this show better.
Vocally on point and quietly shining on stage with musical maturity beyond his age, McDonagh is a pleasure to watch and listen to.
Buster of rhymes, James returns with jokes just vulgar enough and sometimes rhyming. Seriously gifted with words and knows the right buttons to push.
The most naughty fun you can have at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival without being arrested.
Get your prescription for laughter filled with the singing and comedy skills that could only come from future doctors wearing scrubs and unidentifiable fluids.
Vegan and rock’n’roll seem an unlikely combination, but somehow the 21-year-old pianist/singer from East Kilbride manages to pull it off.
Creative, energetic and sassy like his hair. Safe word optional.
Like a crazy russian roulette version of fill in the blanks. Comedy isn’t always rainbows and unicorns unless it’s a joke about unicorns at a sausage festival.
Trying to live his life more rock’n’roll than ambient jazz, Patrick is coming to the Festival Fringe to share his Fairly Premature Bucket List.
Laughing Horse’s Fringe programme has more shows that anyone can binge on in the three week run.
An eerily beautiful use of the rural northern English countryside and subtle, complex acting to explore themes of homecoming and family dynamics.
Dark with a bit of sugar, Jena Friedman comes to Edinburgh for her Festival Fringe debut.
Tackles the taboo topic of underage love and sex in an uplifting and funny way, without ever making it sleazy.