A to Z TweetShareSharePin0 SharesThrills, spills and laughter coming to you from A-Z A is for Algorithms A one-woman play about a bisexual Bridget Jones for the online generation. Pleasance Courtyard – Baby Grand, 12:45 pm, 31 Jul–26 Aug (not 13) B is for Bumper Blyton Lashings of innuendo make for a riotous Blyton tribute. Underbelly, Bristo Square – Jersey, 5.05 pm, 2-25 Aug C is for Caroline Mabey A joyous cautionary tale about the dangers of following your dreams. Laughing Horse @ 32 Below – Main Room, 3.50pm, 1-25 Aug (not 12) D is for Daliso Japonda Britain’s Got Talent’s Daliso levels his wit on disgraced celebs and bombings in Malawi. Gilded Balloon Teviot – Wine Bar, 6.30pm, 31 Jul–26 Aug (not 14) E is For George Egg The anarchist cook stirs the pot and rustles up a tasty storm. Assembly George Square Gardens – Piccolo. 4.30 pm, 1-25 Aug (not 12) F is for For All I Care National Theatre Wales tell a story of two women’s complicated lives. Summerhall – Main Hall, 1.30 pm, 31 Jul–25 Aug (not 12, 19) G is for Glenn Moore As seen on Mock the Week, Glenn Moore returns with his blissfully silly brand of humour. Pleasance Courtyard – Cabaret Bar, 4pm, 31 Jul–25 Aug H is for Helen Duff Master of subversive clowning Helen Duff is out to prove that she’s the Tits. Heroes @ the Spiegelyurt, 2.20pm 2-6 Aug I is for Ian Smith Multi award-winning comedian Ian Smith is thinking about half lives, from Chernobyl to love, and the dangers involved in each. Underbelly, Bristo Square – Buttercup, 5.15 pm, 31 Jul–25 Aug (not 12) J is for Jay Lafferty Breaking the News’ Jay Lafferty is obsessed with luck and takes a satirical swipe at serendipity. Gilded Balloon Teviot – Turret, 6.30pm, 31 Jul–26 Aug (not 19) K is for Kevin Mcgahern A familiar face to Irish audiences from his comedy shows Republic of Telly and Hardy Bucks, McGahern offers the perfect mix of clever silliness. Underbelly, Bristo Square – Clover 10.50pm, 31 Jul–26 Aug (not 13) L is for Limmy Cult comedy figure Limmy shares his life tips with a live audience. The Stand’s New Town Theatre – Grand Hall, times vary, 2-8, 16-18 Aug M is for Maisie Adams Amused Moose National New Comic 2018 winner Maise Adams is on a mission to work out who’s to blame, and why. Gilded Balloon Teviot – Billiard Room, 3pm, 31 Jul–26 Aug N is for Nick Helm Beloved star of Uncle and part-time rock god Nick Helm returns with his full-volume comedy. Pleasance Dome – QueenDome, 5.40pm, 31 Jul–24 Aug (not 12) O is for Ockham’s Razor Swinging high and low with a diverse cast of dancers aged 13 to 60. Saint Stephens, 3pm, 1-25 Aug (not 6, 13, 20) P is for Paul foot Weird and wonderful comedy delivered with Foot’s signature off beat energy. Underbelly, Cowgate – Belly Dancer, 7. 10pm 1-25 Aug (not 13) Q is for Avenue Q The adult puppet musical that has taken the world by storm. Hill Street Theatre – Alba Theatre, 9 pm, 2-25 Aug R is for Rachel Fairburn Enjoy some bittersweet comedy as Funny Women-finalist Rachel Fairburn declares herself the People’s Princess. Underbelly, Bristo Square – Dexter, 9.35pm, 31 Jul-25 Aug S is for Showstoppers The Olivier Award-winning improv musical returns for it’s 12th consecutive year. Pleasance Courtyard – The Grand, times vary, 31 Jul–25 Aug (not 13) T is for Tom Rosenthal The star of Friday Night Dinner and Plebs shares his quest to recover his foreskin. Pleasance Courtyard, 6.30 pm, 31 Jul–25 Aug (not 13) U is for Un Poyo Rojo Incredible athletic feats performed in a locker room by these award-winning Argentinian dancers. ZOO Southside – Main House, 5.10pm, 21-26 Aug V is for Vir Das India’s hottest comedy talent, Das is touring the globe and musing on love. Gilded Balloon at the Museum – Auditorium, 7.30 pm, 31 Jul–10 Aug W is for Witch Hunt Winners of Guardian’s Best Fringe Show 2018, A&E Comedy return with a surreal and darkly hilarious new show. Pleasance Dome, JackDome, 5.30pm, 31 Jul–26 Aug (not 13) X is for Kid X Street dance and mind bending acrobatics meet the sensational vocals of Eva Lazarus, and incredible projections tell a dystopian love story. Assembly Roxy – Central, 10 am, 20-25 Aug Y is for Yuriko Kotani A shy and retiring type, Kotani negotiates the cultural tightrope in her debut hour. Pleasance Courtyard – The Attic, 7pm, 31 Jul-26 Aug (not 12) Z is for Zach & Vigo Norwegian-American comedy clowning duo Zach & Viggo are back with an hour of inspired stupidity and anarchic energy. Cowgate, 11.55pm, 9-23 Aug TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.