Whatever your taste in comedy, you’ll find it on the Fringe. Even gentle comedy, which isn’t the height of fashion, is represented, notably by Ian Fox.
Richard Herring enjoys a well-earned reputation as an Edinburgh Fringe legend. A must see for many comedy fans attending the festival, he has proven to be a consistent and guaranteed source of laughs.
Dan Schreiber is best known as a QI elf and co-creator of The Museum Of Curiosity, but he is also an accomplished standup – and his debut Fringe show, Cockblocked From Outer Space, is designed to prove it.
Seasoned stand-up, sport & political writer, and one half of The Bugle Podcast, Andy Zaltzman has built a show around audience suggestions, and approaches each one through the sharp lens of satire.
The title of the show could easily refer to the fact that she’s spreading her talents round three different shows on the Fringe. In fact, it’s about for once being out front and centre, as Pippa Evans.
If you’re used to seeing genial, avuncular Phill Jupitus on QI or Never Mind The Buzzcocks, then Shirking Progress might surprise you.
Late Night Gimp Fight bring an all killer-no filler show of their favourite sketches for a short run at this year’s festival. This is must-see sketch brilliance.
Spending an hour in the surreal company of Phil Mann was a wonderfully weird and intimate experience.