Comedy Listings

Sara Pascoe: LadsLadsLadsLadsLads

Pleasance Courtyard 2 – 27 August (not 14), 7pm Arguably the most interesting comic working in the UK today, former Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee Sara Pascoe's latest show and forthcoming, second book, d...

Shappi Khorsandi: Mistress and Misfit

Assembly George Square Studios 3 – 27 August (not 14), 6.40pm The invariably excellent Shappi Khorsandi had a great show on Britishness last year. But she's narrowed her focus in 2017 to discuss Lord Nels...

Trygve vs A Baby

Assembly Roxy 3 – 27 August (not 14, 21), 3pm Incredibly, Trygve Wakenshaw's double-act partner in his latest clown show is his one-year-old son Phineas. Pledging not to be overshadowed by the youngster, ...

Tony Law: Absurdity for the Common People

The Stand Comedy Club 3 – 28 August (not 14), 12pm After a much publicised battle with alcohol, the acclaimed Tony Law returns with a show that continues to champion buffoonery as a bulwark against the ho...

Tom Walker: Bee Boo

Underbelly, George Square 2 – 27 August (not 15), 8pm Fiercely inventive prop comic Tom Walker is wilfully odd for oddity's sake, dragging you into his anarchic world with his irresistible personality. Bu...

Tommy Tiernan: Under the Influence

Gilded Balloon Teviot 4 – 27 August (not 13, 14, 24), 7.30pm Returning to sitcom for the first time in 16 years with Channel 4's forthcoming Derry Girls, and hosting a brilliantly innovative Irish chat sh...

Tom Ballard: Problematic

Pleasance Courtyard 2 – 27 August, 8.30pm Nominated for best newcomer at last year's Fringe, Tom Ballard's show Problematic has already been a hit at this year's Melbourne Festival. The former lawyer turn...

Tez Ilyas: Teztify

Pleasance Courtyard 2 – 27 August (not 16), 8.30pm A cheeky crowd-pleaser who nevertheless enjoys dabbling in serious topics, Tez Ilyas is an entertaining guide to what it means to be British Muslim at th...

Suzie Ruffell: Keeping It Classy

Pleasance Courtyard 2 – 27 August (not 14), 9.45pm A comedian suffering from muddle class syndrome, whereby the metropolitan lifestyle of an upcoming stand-up takes her further away from her working-class...