Jun
29
8:30 PM20:30

Sophie Duker: Venus

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Sophie Duker is your Venus, she's your fire, at your desire. Or is she?
Silly, sexy and savage stand-up about race, sex and (definitely not) being a goddess from the host of the Wacky Racists Comedy Club. Star of Channel 4's Riot Girls, as seen on Comedy Central and BBC Three. "Laugh out-loud funny" - The Telegraph

This show is produced in partnership with Off Beat Festival.

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Jul
1
7:30 PM19:30

Laura Davis: Better Dead Than a Coward

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Dark, bold and razor sharp Australian comedian Laura Davis is internationally critically acclaimed as one of the most unique comedic voices around. Unconventional, cathartic and exhilaratingly hilarious, this is her brand-new hour. ‘A different kind of provocative… smart, challenging, ambitious, playful and funny.’ (Chortle) ‘An hour with Laura Davis leaves you uplifted, somewhat bewildered and utterly amazed by such blistering talent.’ (Time Out)

Doors at 7pm/Show at 7:30

Show is 60 minutes

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Jul
1
9:00 PM21:00

Jessica Fostekew: Hench

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Absolute powershed and regular host of The Guilty Feminist, Jessica Fostekew explores her big strong strength. Have you ever watched a feminist try and take ‘hench’ as a compliment? It’s a bit like watching a snake eat. Impressive. Mesmeric. Torture. In preview, Hench was nominated for ‘Best Show’ at the Leicester Comedy Festival in February 2019. “Consistently hilarious” Fest. “Wears her smarts on her sleeve, great stuff” Guardian

Doors at 8:30/Show at 9pm

Show is 60 minutes

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Jul
3
7:30 PM19:30

Matt Winning & Catherine Bohart

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Join us for an evening of two of the best comedians on the circuit doing their solo shows, Matt Winning and Catherine Bohart!

Matt Winning: It's The End Of The World As We Know It

(And I feel fine (but not all the time)). A storytelling lecture about how we cope with climate change from the 'attractively impish' (The Guardian) Dr Matt Winning.

As seen as the Environmental Correspondent on 'Unspun with Matt Forde' on Dave, BBC Three and BBC Radio2.

‘everything a Fringe show should be: hilarious, personal, inventive, and something that will stay with you for some time to come’ ★★★★★ (EdFestMag)

Catherine Bohart: Lemon

Fresh from “the sort of perfectly structured Edinburgh debut you always hope for and rarely get to see” (The Times, ****), Catherine Bohart has some new jokes she’d like to try.
As seen on BBC2’s The Mash Report and Comedy Central’s Roast Battle. Writer for BBC’s The News Quiz, The Now Show & Frankie Boyle’s New World Order.

The Times “Comedy Face To Watch” 2019
The Guardian’s Best Shows at the Edinburgh Festival 2018
Nominee: Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2018
BBC New Talent Hotlist 2017

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Jul
6
7:30 PM19:30

Maria Shehata: Hero

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Failed love, crippling debt and living with an angry 83 year old. Not exactly what Maria had in mind when she left LA for the UK.

"A slick, gag-driven US-approach." (Chortle)
"A charming, engaging storyteller." (Broadway World)
"I love maria shehata. She is funny on and off stage." (Bill Burr)

Doors at 8:30/Show at 9pm

Show 60 minute

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Jul
6
9:00 PM21:00

Daphna Baram: Cracking Up

Quickly approsching 50, Daphna Baram believes she is having a midlife crisis, though her GP thinks that's highly optimistic. She looks back with no regrets but some remorse, and cracks up some insightful ideas about mass and time, AKA weight and age, tossed up with some political wisdom.* * * * * "Masterful" (Bunbury Magazine) * * * * "Wonderful and Hilarious" (Broadway Baby) "Poignant and illuminating" (The List)

Doors at 8:30/Show at 9pm

Show 60 minutes

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Jul
7
6:00 PM18:00

Travis Jay: Work in Progress

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Travis Jay presents his brand new, emotional roller-coaster of a show. It recounts Travis’s hilarious journey from childhood to fatherhood, and the many hiccups in-between.

Nominated for The Leicester Mercury Comedian of the year in 2016, Travis Jay is a stand-up, actor and radio presenter who has been performing on the comedy circuit since 2009.

After winning the Jumpoff TV Comedy competition in 2012 he went on to perform for BBC 1xtra and made an appearance on BBC Radio 4’s Stephen K Amos’ Life: an Idiot’s Guide. Travis is currently a radio presenter for ‘The Vibe’ on The Beat London Radio station.

Doors at 5:30/Show at 6pm

Show 60 minutes

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Jul
7
7:30 PM19:30

Sonia Aste: Made in Spain 2

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Sonia Aste is a Spaniard living in the UK who insists, ‘It’s not all fiesta and siesta! We get miserable too!’ Nobody’s listening. 
After sell out shows in 2018, this energetic Spaniard is back with her highly anticipated sequel. Referencing fans, football, folklore and family, it’s an uplifting show about UK/Spanish connections. 
If you’ve been to Spain (or have yet to go) don’t miss this sunny and very funny journey. Foot stomping laughter at its best! ¡Olé!
‘Sprinkle of Spanish summer’ ★★★★ (Mumble Comedy)
‘Had the audience in stitches’ (RT Times)
As heard on BBC Surrey

Doors at 7pm/Show at 7:30pm

Show 60 minutes

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Jul
7
9:00 PM21:00

Esther Manito: Crusade

Esther Manito (So You Think You’re funny Finalist and as heard on radio 4 extra) is previewing her Edinburgh debut hour - Crusade. 

Has history taught us nothing? Crusades don’t work. Bullies don’t change ideologies they just enforce them...from the alt right to Islamic extremists to the annoying mum at the school gate join this Anglo Arab mum’s battle to own her identity.

Doors at 8:30/Show at 9pm

Show 60 minute

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Jul
8
7:30 PM19:30

Aaron Simmonds: Disabled Coconut

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Have you ever been accused of not being disabled enough?

Join BBC New comedian of the year 2017 finalist and wheelchair enthusiast Aaron Simmonds as he tells you his origin story of how his first paid gig led to him being on BBC2 and being the "unacceptable face" of disabled comedians.

Jewish Comedian Of The Year 2017

"A class act." - Chortle

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Jul
8
9:00 PM21:00

Desiree Burch: Desiree's Coming Early

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The breakout star of Netflix’s ‘Flinch’ and BBC’s ‘The Mash Report'” and ‘Live At The Apollo’ brings a new hour of authentic and acerbic comedy. As seen on ‘Have I Got News For You’ (BBC), ‘Qi’ (BBC), ‘Frankie Boyle’s American Autopsy’ (BBC) and ‘8 Out of 10 Cats’ (Channel 4).

***** Scotsgay **** The Scotsman **** The Guardian

Doors at 8:30/Show at 9pm

Show 60 minutes

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Jul
10
7:45 PM19:45

Adam Hess and Glenn Moore

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Join us for an evening of two of the most interesting, unique, and funny comedians on the circuit doing their solo shows!

 Adam Hess: My Grandad has a Fringe

Adam ‘the laughter’ Hess is back with a show that he desperately hopes is his best yet. Just an hour of cool stand up by a guy who currently knows he’s allergic to something but isn’t sure what. He’s been on Tonight at the Palladium, Stand Up Central, Live From The BBC if that helps convince you.

‘Relentlessly entertaining, full of beautiful imagery’ ★★★★Time Out

Glenn Moore: Love Don't Live Here Glenny Moore

Edinburgh Comedy Award 2018 nominee Glenn Moore (Mock the Week, Absolute Radio and Stand Up Central) presents a work-in-progress new show full of the distinctive jokes and offbeat gags we’ve come to accept.

“The best showcase of pure joke-writing skill on the Fringe” **** The Guardian

Doors at 7:15/Show at 7:45

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Jul
12
7:30 PM19:30

Jen Ives: OestroJen

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Jen Ives is a transsexual, but she’s flipping well sick of talking about it. In her debut stand up hour, Jen tries not to talk about it for about 60 minutes.

Leicester Mercury 2019 FINALIST
Laughing Horse 2018 RUNNER UP
2NorthDown 2019 FINALIST 

“She’s easy going & gregarious with a touch of self deprecation that adds to her confidence rather than detracts from it... witty gags. Great company.” - Steve Bennett, Chortle.

Doors at 7pm/Show at 7:30pm

Show 60 minutes

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Jul
12
9:00 PM21:00

William Stone: Gathering Moss

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William Stone (BBC New Comedy Award Finalist 2018) is gathering moss, stuck somewhere between reality and dreams in the nineties. Come on a journey into his world through a nostalgia-filled show formed of whimsical one-liners and offbeat observations. 

"William Stone cracks me up, he's got some belting gags that I wish I'd thought of. Highly recommended" (Angela Barnes, Mock the Week/Live at the Apollo) 
“Excellent writer of quirky one-liners” (Steve Bennett, Chortle)

Doors at 8:30pm/Show at 9pm

Show 40 minutes

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Jul
13
7:30 PM19:30

Heidi Regan: Heidi Kills Time

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Silly, surreal show about time travel, love and time travel. Tired of immature ‘I slept with your mum’ jokes? Come see more thoughtful comedy like, ‘Heidi, why have you put on weight?' 'Whenever I travel back in time, have sex with your great grandparents and accidentally become your ancestor, they give me a cookie’. 2018 Fringe sell-out. Winner of BBC New Comedy Award and So You Think You’re Funny. Tour support for Joe Lycett. Writer for Have I Got news For You, star of The Now Show, The Guilty Feminist Podcast and BBC Three.

Doors at 7pm/Show at 7:30pm

Show 60 minutes

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Jul
13
9:00 PM21:00

Tara Newton Wordsworth: Motherhood

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‘Motherhood’ is a hilarious and insightful exploration of life as a new parent. Tara Newton-Wordsworth has two children under two (yes, she has heard of contraception…) and in her highly anticipated debut hour she delves into the mad world of ‘parental advice’, explores the crazy things all new parents do, and looks at how her life has changed forever - all culminating in the epic journey that is ‘Motherhood’. 

From googling how to change a nappy to doing pelvic floor exercises, ‘Motherhood’ will not only make you laugh, but will also give you some tactical advice when it comes to life skills and navigating the world of new parenthood. And isn’t that what you really want in a show - to come out a more competent, well-rounded person?


Doors at 8:30pm/Show at 9pm

Show 60 minutes

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Jul
14
6:00 PM18:00

Tania Edwards: Don't Mention It

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Award winning stand up comedian Tania Edwards explores these emotionally incontinent times and explains why it's imperative to repress our emotions. But just how easy is it to be bashful and brazen, coy and courageous (and make sure everyone notices)?

***** Voice

"cuts daggers with sharp one liners" Glamour Magazine.

Amused Moose Best Show Winner 2018.

Doors at 5:30pm/Show at 6:00pm

Show 60 minutes

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Jul
14
7:30 PM19:30

Lorna Shaw: Shaw and Order

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Critically acclaimed comedian, and true crime fanatic, Lorna Shaw (Plebs, Newsjack) lays down the law in this brand new hour of stand-up and storytelling. 
While the world is in the grip of thrilling true crime stories Lorna is on hold to the council. Caught in the midst of her own hilarious true crime epic she is forced to fight for justice with every fibre of her only suit jacket. A show about battling bureaucracy, breaking laws and bucking the system. 

"Expect off-beat brilliance" – **** The Times
"Some of the sharpest, most imaginative new writing you'll find" Guardian 
Musical Comedy Awards Finalist 2018
Best Jokes of the Fringe 2017 – Evening Standard

Doors at 7pm/Show at 7:30pm

Show 60 minutes

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Jul
14
9:00 PM21:00

Gabby Best : 10,432 Sheep at the Oxford Comedy Festival

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Best hasn’t slept properly in years, which is why she feels like a ghost and looks like a shoe... A whip-smart, animated hour for anyone who’s ever stared wild-eyed at a ceiling or stood very still in their kitchen.

Funny Women Award Winning comedian, writer and actor - as seen on BBC, Channel 4, ITV, Netflix, Sky Arts - and heard on radio 4. Gabby recently appeared in Sharon Horgan's BAFTA Winning 'Dreamland - Morgana Robinson's Summer' and once went undercover for the Evening Standard in the hugely popular 'Fashion Crasher'.

Doors at 7pm/Show at 7:30pm

Show 60 minutes

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Jul
15
7:30 PM19:30

Hayley Ellis: Nobody Puts Hayley in a Corner

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As featured in the top Edinburgh Fringe jokes of all time in The Scotsman, The Independent, and The Mirror. Hayley Ellis is back with a new show about being easily influenced, putting water in your belly button and awkward holidays. As seen on MTV and Virgin TV. International tour support for Sarah Millican and regular on Absolute Radio. 'Sharp, clever, and very funny' **** (Sunday Post). 'An original and very funny lady' **** (Funny Women). 'Ellis is a talent' (Fest).

Doors at 7:00pm/Show at 7:30pm

Show 60 minutes

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Jul
15
9:00 PM21:00

Lou Sanders: Say Hello To Your New StepMummy

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The face that launched a thousand dicks examines conduct (in the media baby), mental health (other people’s I’m fine) and perverts (that’s me actually). Some pretty cool subjects thrown around and some hot tips ’n’ tricks revealed. Honestly – this one’s a real giggle fest.

As seen on ‘8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown’, ‘Comic Relief’, ‘Hypothetical’ and more.

Doors at 8:30/Show at 9pm

Show is 60 minutes

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Jul
17
7:45 PM19:45

Sanderson Jones and Cally Beaton

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Join us for an evening of two of the most interesting, unique, and funny comedians on the circuit doing their solo shows!

 

Sanderson Jones: Comedy Being

Sanderson Jones, hairy mirth-maker and positive vibe distributor, has got a new show that combines comedy and wellbeing to make one 'Comedy Being'. Expect laughter, Venn diagrams, mindfulness, power ballads, ridiculous dancing and a lot more besides. 
Hear the tale of how this professional optimist started Sunday Assembly in 2013, a sort of non-religious church, which went viral, spread all over the world, and totally changed his life. 
You'll leave smiling, hopped up on dopamine and inspired to change the world. Because if this enthusiastic organisational disaster can launch a global movement, imagine what you can do.
5 Stars Scotsman. 'The human body is not designed for this amount of laughter' 5 Stars, The Skinny.

 Cally Beaton: Invisible

Invisible is an unflinching, hilarious and unexpected insight into life at an age when the world ghosts you. Cally recalls the time she nearly disappeared in Iceland (the country, not the shop). From behind the lines of the mid-life resistance she gets her shellacked claws into survival, turning gender stereotypes on their head as she goes. She won't go gentle into that good night. She might go mental. But she'll never go gentle. As seen on QI.

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Jul
19
7:30 PM19:30

Njambi McGrath: Accidental Coconut

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Brexit seems inescapable as the British stand at the crossroads of self-identity and nostalgia of a bygone era of an empire. This show is a juxtaposition of loss of a people from opposing sides. Those mourning from loss of former glory and those mourning how that former glory impacted on their lives ripping apart their innocence. In the era when the British people are re-examining who they are as a people, and in relation to the rest of the world. Njambi scrutinises her own story; from the other side of the empire.

Doors at 7pm/Show at 7:30pm

Show 60 minutes

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Jul
19
9:00 PM21:00

Chris Norton Walker: Unexpected Item in the Gagging Area

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A one liner comedy show with a difference! 

Ever wondered how a comedian remembers all of his jokes? Chris Will take you through the process of writing a joke and how he remembers all 260 jokes of his exciting new show. With the aid of a memory palace, projections, and a small game, you can too be a memory master and have a laugh in the process! A show that has already sold out venues in the Leicester Comedy festival this year and will be headed to several others including the Edinburgh Fringe.

Doors at 8:30pm/Show at 9pm

Show 60 minutes

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Jul
21
6:00 PM18:00

Susan Riddell: Duvet Day

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Best Scottish Newcomer Nominee and Funny Women Runner Up Susan Riddell’s debut show champions laziness in an increasingly manic world. The rising star’s sharp observations and sparkling wit have already been highlighted as a Must Watch Show at the Glasgow International Comedy Festival (The Scotsman).

“A Scottish talent on the rise”- The Scotsman

“A brilliant comedian … a star on the rise” (BBC Comedy Presents),

“Emerging talent ... original comic voice” (Funny Women),

“Formidable, fearless ... quick with the audience. She’s sharp make no mistake” (The Wee Review).

Doors at 5:30pm/Show at 6:00pm

Show 60 minutes

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Jul
21
7:30 PM19:30

Adele Cliff: Undershare

Join one woman joke-machine Adele Cliff, for a show about lions and sharing, but not the lion's share.


Dave's Funniest Jokes of the Fringe 2018, 2017 & 2016.
UK Pun Championship Finalist 2019 & 2018.
The Evening Standard Top Jokes of the Fringe 2018.
The Telegraph Top Jokes of the Fringe 2018.
The I Newspaper Top Jokes of the Fringe 2018.
Nominated for Leicestershire's Favourite Joke 2019.
"no doubt she's a nifty writer" Chortle
"Adele has a talent for writing in a pure joke form." Funny Women
4* Tickz.com

Doors at 7pm/Show at 7:30pm

Show 60 minutes

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Jul
22
7:30 PM19:30

Tom Houghton: That's What I Go to School For

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Tom was sent to all-boys boarding school at age six. A world where ‘day kids’ are shunned and girls? None existent. But when, in his second last year the school decided to go co-ed, everything was to change. The total Fringe sell-out, star of Comedy Central’s Roast Battle and ultra-privileged Tower of London resident, Tom Houghton lifts the controversial lid on the incubators responsible for producing many of our country’s leaders. With a little help from 00s pop sensation Busted.

***** (The New European), ***** (One4Review), **** (Daily Telegraph), **** (Chortle).

Doors at 7pm/Show at 7:30pm

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Jul
22
9:00 PM21:00

Tony Law: A Lost Show

“Law is on fine form this year. The show is a joy and not one that will be forgotten in a hurry” **** Ed Fest Mag

Bumhell. “The King of post-modern nonsense” (Telegraph), comedy’s Tone is taking his funniest, most meaningful show to date on tour after selling out his entire run at the 2018 Edinburgh Fringe with ‘A Lost Show.’

Watch him and through laughter – rise, happier. You cry, with laugh. ‘What was that!?’ ‘I loved that’. Then you smile to yourself. ‘Tony, you grande dickhead, you making me thinking while you do ‘up’ voice shouting ‘n’ clownsing and then, somehow, through idiocy and your bones of funny – Tone, I know what you mean’.

Tony has appeared on Have I Got News For You, The Alternative Comedy Experience, 8 Out Of 10 Cats and Never Mind The Buzzcocks.

Doors at 8:30/Show at 9pm

Show 60 minutes

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Jul
24
7:45 PM19:45

Masie Adams & Joz Norris

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Join us for an evening of two of the most weird, wild, and side-splitting comedians on the circuit doing their solo shows!

Masie Adam: Work in Progess

Winner of Amused Moose National New Comic 2018 and So You Think You're Funny 2017, Maisie Adam presents a work in progress of her second Edinburgh show. Her debut hour, 'Vague', earned her a nomination for Best Newcomer at last year's Edinburgh Comedy Awards and this work in progress promises more witty observations delivered with her signature charm, hilarious physicality and sharp wit. As seen on ITV2's 'The Stand-Up Sketch Show', BBC Three and Sky Arts 'Urban Myths'. "Go see Maisie Adam now and have bragging rights for years to come” (The Herald), "Maisie Adam is phenomenal" (The Scotsman)

Joz Norris: Joz Norris is dead. Long live Mr Fruit Salad.

Joz Norris has retired, or possibly died, who knows/cares? All that matters is that Mr Fruit Salad, a fictional chimaera he created as a form of self-care, has developed autonomy and decided to put on a solo show. A sort of absurdist meditation on anxiety and grief performed by an idiot from Pontefract who doesn't exist. A sell-out at EdFringe 2018.

"An absolute idiot...Simple, silly and screamingly funny." - Fest

"A comedy legend." - To Do List.

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Jul
26
7:30 PM19:30

Sameena Zehra: Arsebiscuits

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We’re all some kind of arsebiscuit. The trick is how to be more biscuit and less arse. What price friendship, when revolution beckons? What price joy & compassion? And what about the menz?

In her first new solo show in 2 years, Zehra is back doing what she does best; a goulash of storytelling and political commentary, peppered with absurdity, dark humour and personal context.

Doors at 7pm/Show at 7:30pm

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Jul
26
9:00 PM21:00

Sara Barron: Enemies Closer

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2018 Edinburgh Comedy Awards Best Newcomer nominee, Sara returns to the Fringe following her 5* debut hour and two sell-out runs at London’s Soho Theatre. Her stunning new show examines kindness, meanness, ex-boyfriends, ex-girlfriends, current husbands, all four of her remaining friends, and two of her twelve enemies.

‘An excellent line in cynicism about sex, life and friendship.’ Evening Standard

‘ Darkly humorous…smart… acerbic… endearingly charming...’ Bust Magazine

‘Filthy and fearless.' **** (Telegraph)

'A raucous, unapologetic hour with big laughs’ ***** Skinny

***** Broadway Baby ***** Funny Women ***** Wee Review

Doors at 8:30pm/Show at 9pm

Show 60 minutes

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Jul
27
7:30 PM19:30

Outliars

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Four outrageous stories.
Three are true.
One is a lie.
Can you spot it?

That's the challenge of Outliars, a comedy show where four comedians each tell you a "true" story but one is just trying to trick you! Can you tell truth from fiction? Come along and find out!

Doors at 7pm/Show at 7:30pm
Show 60 minutes

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Jul
27
9:00 PM21:00

Rachel Fairburn: The People's Princess

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Rachel’s been described by some losers as obnoxious, rude, frivolous and contrary. However, she thinks she’s absolutely adorable and the natural choice for the dormant title of The People's Princess.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Three Weeks

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ The Skinny

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Edinburgh Festivals

Doors at 8:30pm/Show at 9pm

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Jul
28
6:00 PM18:00

Sarah Kendall: Paper Planes

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Multi award-winning comedian Sarah Kendall returns with a spellbinding hour of storytelling. Paper Planes is the latest offering from the writer and star of the acclaimed Radio 4 series Australian Trilogy. Stories that are by turns moving, funny, and usually a bit depressing in places.

Double Writers’ Guild of Britain Award winner.

Double Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee.

BBC Audio Drama Award winner.

'Phenomenal storytelling, funny and soulful by turns, this is comedy that restores your sense of wonder' (Chortle.co.uk).

***** (Fest). ***** (BroadwayBaby.com). ***** (Skinny).

Doors at 5:30pm/Show at 6:00pm

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Jul
28
7:30 PM19:30

Tom Taylor Is the Indie Feel-Good Hit of the Summer

From the maker of sell-out Fringe hit: The Charlie Montague Mysteries; tour support for Ed Sheeran's tour support, Tom Taylor, stars in his debut stand-up show packed full of jokes, songs and silliness. As heard on BBC Radio 4. Musical Comedy Awards Audience Favourite winner. English Comedian of the Year and So You Think You're Funny? finalist. Other tour support for Simon Munnery, John Kearns and Abandoman.

'Excellent... beautifully daft' (Sunday Times). 'An absolute delight' **** (Skinny). 'Gloriously silly' **** (Stage). 'Astoundingly funny' **** (FringeGuru.com). 'A masterpiece' **** (BroadwayBaby.com).

Doors at 7pm/Show at 7:30pm

Show is 60 minutes

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Jul
28
9:00 PM21:00

Rachel Creeger: Hinayni!

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Rachel belongs to many tribes but secretly worries that her membership cards might be revoked as she's never really present. Sometimes it's seeing yourself in someone else's reflection that highlights your own scary truths, those you might only admit to yourself in the middle of the night. Or on stage. A dark stand up comedy show about shining a light on who you really are.

"Tight writing, sharp performance and a beautifully zany imagination." The Brighton Source

Doors at 8:30pm/Show at 9pm

Show is 60 minutes

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Jul
29
7:30 PM19:30

Kate Smurthwaite: BITCH

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What do you do when after fifteen years of making people laugh and campaigning for human rights, you're still best known as 'that feminazi bitch off the telly'? The Have I Got News For You writer and international award-winning comedian is doing the only thing that's left: owning it. 'Fun, energetic and full of ideas' (John Cleese). 'One of the wittiest gun-slingers I’ve ever seen on stage' (Spectator). 'I would deep throat you till you can't talk' (YouTube User). You created this monster, don't be surprised when it eats your children.

Doors at 7pm/Show at 7:30

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Jul
31
7:30 PM19:30

Tim Renkow Tries to Punch Down

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It’s the final evening of the Oxford Festival Fringe Preview Comedy Festival and, boy, do we have a treat for you! Tim Renkow star of Jerk (BBC) is our headliner with his new show Tim Renkow Tries to Punch Down. Tim will be supported by three hilarious members of the Oxford comedy community and the creative forces behind QED Comedy Lab: Anna Dominey, Matthew Chadourne and more. It’s going to be an amazing night!

Tim Renkow Tries to Punch Down:

Tim Renkow is a crippled, redneck, Mexican Jew. It’s hard for him to find a group he is not allowed to make fun of, which is insulting. In a world increasingly running on the fumes of hate and discrimination Renkow is taking on all comers in this searingly honest show. Checking his own privilege at the door this straight talking stand-up is about the big conversations. Racism, religious persecution, and babies: nothing is off the table in this bitingly frank hour. Join Tim as he tries to find a group that is off-limits and prove that he’s not the bottom of the social ladder.

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