Amelia Ryan: Lady Liberty

Amelia Ryan is back at the Fringe this year and as warm and funny as ever. Last year's Storm in a D cup followed her confessions of a bumpy break-up, the clumsy path back to love and her cabaret show that toure...

The Magnets: Audiocity

A capella phenomenon The Magnets will be one of the best nights out you’ll have this Fringe. With no instrumental or backing track help, the group will stun you with their unbelievable vocal abilities and talen...

Attrape Moi

If you’re looking for a show that’s light-hearted, entertaining and fun for all the family then Attrape Moi is the way to go. It’s the Quebec based Flip Fabrique’s first year at the fringe and they’re already w...

Tom Binns is Ian D Montfort: How to Touch Dead People

Experienced character comic Tom Binns presents gently spoken psychic Ian D Montfort. Part spoof TED talk, part audience psychic reading, the show is absurd and quick witted. Ian is unconvincing as a psychic and...

Tom Ballard: The World Keeps Happening

Equipped with a microphone and a bottle of beer, Tom Ballard shines on stage as he presents his stand-up comedy show, The World Keeps Happening. Ballard approaches his comedy with criticisms on modern culture a...

Shylock

Guy Masterson presents the fantastic, dramatic and comical Shylock, based on the famous character from Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice. It explores the history of Jewish suppression whilst tracking the leg...

Sally Phillips and Lily Bevan: Talking to Strangers

Transitioning from any artistic form to another isn’t simple. Just ask anyone if they preferred the book or the film. Starring Sally Phillips and Lily Bevan, Talking to Strangers leaps from critically acclaimed...

Andrew Lawrence: The Hate Speech Tour

The Hate Speech Tour is Andrew Lawrence's reaction to a perceived left-wing bias of modern stand-up. It's deadpan comedy, performed slightly in character. In reality, it isn't always as offensive as he think...

Phil Nichol: Twenty

Know nothing about Phil Nichol? Have no fears because Twenty will condense nineteen years’ worth of Fringe performances into one hour. Hold your breath, say a prayer and witness a cataclysm of humour at breakne...

Worbey and Farrell’s Rhapsody

Concert pianists Worbey and Farrell amaze and astound in their newest show, Rhapsody. The two men have created an impressive set of well known rhapsodies, coming up with their own arrangements of the pieces for...