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Hey Fat Roland! Forty Minutes of Idiot

Hey Fat Roland! Forty Minutes of Idiot

Spoken word behemoth Fat Roland mixes deadpan comedy and surreal stories with wonderfully odd illustrations. Imagine Johnny Vegas devouring Stewart Lee. On a depressed rollercoaster. Driven by a buffalo. Fats runs Bad Language in Manchester (best UK spoken word night, Saboteur Awards 2015) and is a columnist for Electronic Sound. This mini-show to support his new podcast Hey Fat Roland (which he’ll probably forget to mention) is a follow-up to his debut Fringe show, Kraftwerk Badger Spaceship, Continue Reading

Puppet Fiction

Puppet Fiction

Everybody be cool, this is a mother*cking puppet show! The ultimate Tarantino homage, this is Pulp Fiction with strings attached. The award-winning cult show from New Zealand returns to the Edinburgh Fringe with more miniature madness and mayhem. Combining the joy of live puppetry with an iconic piece of pop culture creates a unique and hilarious theatrical experience. Performed by puppet maker and master Jon Coddington, Anya Tate-Manning, award-winning Welsh/Samoan comedian James Nokise and Continue Reading

Afternoon Tea With Ray Fordyce and Casual Acquaintances

Afternoon Tea With Ray Fordyce and Casual Acquaintances

After a gap year, Ray Fordyce is back to host an afternoon of entertainment and comedy treats. Featuring a host of comedians and performers from all over the world, this is a perfect opportunity to see some of the best talent the Edinburgh Festival Fringe has to offer. Each show will feature up to four different guests, so every day will bring new surprises. Continue Reading

Loose Brie Filling My Tin, With Loose Brie, Phil and Martin

Loose Brie Filling My Tin, With Loose Brie, Phil and Martin

From the team that brought you Winfamy, 'bizarre and brilliant' **** (EdFringeReview.com), 'a true pleasure' **** (ThreeWeeks). Phil and Martin have given up their jobs to perform comedy together. Have they made a huge mistake? Can they get along as flatmates? Will they last an hour as a double act, or will the whole thing fall apart? Find out the answers to all of these questions and more in an hour of car-crash comedy. Continue Reading

Lynch: Improvised Plays in the Style of David Lynch – Free

Lynch: Improvised Plays in the Style of David Lynch – Free

Enter a world with its veil drawn back, where good and evil battle in darkly hilarious style. Enter a world where everyday emotions run higher than even a midday soap opera can deliver. Depart from your expectations and open your eyes to the creative magic of an improvised parody play in the style of expressionistic Americana, with a plot based entirely off of audience suggestions. Watch dreams come true – and maybe nightmares, too... Continue Reading

Amazing (Probably)

Amazing (Probably)

Sid's the best comic you haven't heard of, which is saying a lot, because you haven't heard of a lot of comics. After you see his show, he'll be the best comic you have heard of. But honestly, who cares? What are you, some sort of comedy expert? No? Come to his show regardless. He's very funny. What else matters? This is a web copy, which means you've already put too much effort into finding a good show. This is the best one. Congrats. Continue Reading

Aatif Nawaz: Aatificial Intelligence

Aatif Nawaz: Aatificial Intelligence

Aatif follows up his acclaimed Muslims Do it 5 Times a Day show with a loud and hilarious assault on irresponsible journalism. 'A man with big ambitions – this is brave, important comedy' (ThreeWeeks). 'Side-splittingly hilarious' (EdFringeReview.com). 'You will laugh until it hurts' (MumbleComedy.net). 'A fine gag comedian who excels at interacting with the crowd' (Spiked-Online.com). Continue Reading

Flo & Joan: Victory Flaps

Flo & Joan: Victory Flaps

'The tightest, smartest musical comedy show I’ve ever seen' (PhillySketchfest.com). Victory Flaps is the brand new show from British musical comedy duo on the rise, and sisters, Flo & Joan (Nicola and Rosie Dempsey). After playing to sell-out audiences in Toronto and fresh from the Second City Training Centre (HouseCo/Musical Director), they make their Edinburgh Fringe debut with an hour of dark, witty, yet oddly charming songs. No ukuleles. Victory Flaps has the charm and wit of a bag of Continue Reading

Blues Brothers