The Andy Field Experience is probably the only comedy show out there to use a handwritten PowerPoint, and certainly the only one that uses it to pitch perfect comedic effect. . . .
Alexis Dubus treats his viewers to a comedy show come lecture in this breezy, casually delivered special. A mixture of fascinating trivia and charming autobiographical details, A R*ddy Brief History . . .
Not exactly identical twins Annie McGrath and Jack Barry delight in this hour of charming and laid back absurdity. Jack is dying and has an hour left for the two . . .
Surreal sketch comedy from Yorkshire’s finest meat-themed comedy duo, The Delightful Sausage. In this tightly-packed hour of nonsense, Chris and Amy teach an audience of know nowt Southerners all about . . .
Filmed in South London’s Blackheath Halls, writer and comic creator of the hugely popular BBC Radio 4 show Mark Steel’s In Town brings us this recording from one of the . . .
Get stuck in an enjoy this quirky hour of stand-up combining observational comedy and character work. Somewhat offbeat in tone, Canadian Mark Forward is one of the circuit’s best when . . .
The Fringe’s favourite Frenchman returns, and this time in the company of a trio of backing musicians. Alexis Dubus returns with his wonderfully louche Gallic character of Marcel Lucont, displaying . . .
Lauren Pattison recounts her anus horribilis of 2016 in which she was dumped in the most brutal of millennial manners, by being ghosted. This left her devastated but has provided . . .
How would you define yourself in 5 words? Juliette Burton is struggling to evaluate herself in this truly charming and life affirming show. Burton shares powerful and candid stories of . . .
Taking a brave and uncompromising dive into her own struggles with mental health, Juliette’s show Butterfly Effect smashes the stigmas and assumptions we are all guilty of when it comes . . .
Award winning comedian Joe Bor brings us a narrative hour of comedy, retelling the tale of the friendship between his grandad (world-renowned town planner, Walter Bor) and his grandad’s best . . .
British comedian James Mullinger continues to take Canada by storm with his show Almost Canadian. Filmed at the massive Saint John’s Harbour Arena, Canada, 40 something British ex-pat James Mullinger . . .
Grappling with what it means to be a woman in comedy in a post #metoo world, and the inherit misogyny of the comedy industry, this is a delightful comedy special . . .
Some disarmingly deadpan navel gazing in Ed’s signature ‘anti-comic’ style which has earned itself cult status in a subsection of Fringe comedy shows. So bad it’s good, settle in and . . .
What’s the correct amount of pubic hair? Can feminists enjoy twerking? Why is fruit suddenly bad for you? Let Danielle guide you through this difficult time as well her 90s . . .
Indistinct Chatter, named after the DJ Demers‘ ‘favourite’ subtitle when he’s watching movies, balances insights into life as a deaf guy – vibrating alarm clocks and classic night club fails . . .
Christopher Bliss is the novelist who writes two to three novels a day and is sure he’s the best writer in his village. Rob Carter masters the well meaning idiot . . .
Having effectively cured all depression in her previous show, flamboyant Actress and Political Theatre doyen Anna Mann returns to single handedly take on the rise of fascism. There’s audience interaction . . .
Whether it’s tackling communist health and safety posters, or his overtly biblical appearance, Alasdair’s inventive, whimsical debut opens a cabinet of curiosities on our impending extinction, emotional repression and vegan . . .
Welcome to Samson’s World! Talk show host Samson Crouppen opens up his house for your viewing pleasure. From Cannabis Bars, to Musical acts to the best up and coming Stand . . .