Category - Comedy

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Arguing On-Air

THSGD Productions (Australia)

Arguing On-Air

Theatre (Comedy, Thriller)

C viva (cellar) venue 16 130 George Street/Charlotte Square
31 Jul-26 Aug (not 12) at 16:45 (0hr50)
Tickets £7.50-£9.50 / concessions £5.50-£7.50 / under 18s £3.50-£5.50
Recommended 14+
Gooooood morning, Edinburgh! Live from Studio B, THSGD Productions presents, Arguing on Air! Talkback radio meets the stage in an intricate and funny rollercoaster through time and sound. You'll never look at a wireless the same again.
Blindingly Obvious

Richard Wheatley BSc BPBH

Blindingly Obvious

Comedy (Solo Show, Stand-Up)

C cubed (main space) venue 50 Brodie's Close, Lawnmarket, EH1 2PS
1-26 Aug (not 13) at 21:00 (0hr50)
Tickets £8.50-£10.50 / concessions £6.50-£8.50 / under 18s £4.50-£6.50
Recommended 12+
Britain's friendliest blind physicist turned stand-up comedian; award-winning news-reader with a Blue Peter badge, Richard Wheatley is bringing his signature blend of unique anecdotes and charming audience interaction back to Edinburgh. Mostly clean, always funny.
Dickens for Dinner

C theatre

Dickens for Dinner

Theatre (Family, Comedy)

C viva (main house) venue 16 130 George Street/Charlotte Square
31 Jul-26 Aug (not 13) at 12:30 (0hr55)
Tickets £7.50-£9.50 / concessions £5.50-£7.50 / under 18s £3.50-£5.50
Recommended 0+
The cast of Fringe favourite Shakespeare for Breakfast invite you for dinner with a Dickensian twist! Sit down for a truly surreal repast, with feverishly funny flavour. ‘Carousing comedy' ***** (RemoteGoat.com), ***** (AYoungerTheatre.com). Free soup!
The Electric Cabaret

C presents

The Electric Cabaret

Cabaret (Comedy, Music)

C aquila (temple) venue 21 Roman Eagle Lodge, 2 Johnston Terrace
1-25 Aug at 24:00 (1hr15)
Tickets £8.50-£10.50 / concessions £6.50-£8.50 / under 18s £4.50-£6.50 / fringe participants booked at venue £4.50-£6.50
Recommended 14+
The alternative late-night Fringe experience. Comedy, circus, burlesque, bands, jazz and speciality acts from across the Fringe. A chance to see some of the Festival's most exciting new artists. Late bar. ‘Wonderful' (AYoungerTheatre.com). ‘Explosive' ***** (BroadwayBaby.com).
A Fear And Loathing Actor In Dublin

Zoology Films (Ireland)

A Fear And Loathing Actor In Dublin

Theatre (Drama, Comedy)

C cubed (main space) venue 50 Brodie's Close, Lawnmarket, EH1 2PS
14-26 Aug at 15:45 (1hr05)
Tickets £9.50-£11.50 / concessions £7.50-£9.50 / under 18s £5.50-£7.50
Recommended 14+
Struggling actor Vinny discovers he's to be a dad. Will he follow his dreams, or get a real job? A fast-paced, high energy performance exploring one's existential battle with art and commerce.
I'm Afraid of Americans

Guythecat Productions (North Carolina, USA)

I'm Afraid of Americans

Comedy (Political, International)

C viva (cellar) venue 16 130 George Street/Charlotte Square
31 Jul-26 Aug (not 12) at 17:45 (0hr50)
Tickets £7.50-£9.50 / concessions £5.50-£7.50 / under 18s £3.50-£5.50
Recommended 14+
Comedic musings from an American who moved from Ohio to Brooklyn to Iceland. Discussing the current disturbing political state of the USA, living with Icelandic elf-people, dating as a bisexual, and going to jail in America.
The Improv Musical

Music Theatre Warwick

The Improv Musical

Musicals (Improv, Comedy)

C viva (main house) venue 16 130 George Street/Charlotte Square
31 July-26 Aug (not 13) at 17:15 (1hr00)
Tickets £9.50-£11.50 / concessions £7.50-£9.50 / under 18s £5.50-£7.50
Recommended 0+
Guaranteed to leave you roaring with laughter, packed with musical mayhem and excitement! Based entirely on audience suggestion, the show is in your hands. Never the same, every performance is opening and closing night!
Letter to Boddah

Watershed Productions

Letter to Boddah

Theatre (Comedy, Drama)

C cubed (main space) venue 50 Brodie's Close, Lawnmarket, EH1 2PS
1-26 Aug (not 13) at 13:15 (1hr00)
Tickets £10.50-£12.50 / concessions £8.50-£10.50 / under 18s £6.50-£8.50
Recommended 14+
In the disabled toilet in Tesco we meet Billy and Neil. Wearing combats and carrying enough explosives to blow the place sky high, they examine life and attempt to decide whether extreme violence is the only way to be heard.
Mark Bunyan: Forty Years Out

Mark Bunyan

Mark Bunyan: Forty Years Out

Cabaret (Comedy, Music)

C aquila (temple) venue 21 Roman Eagle Lodge, 2 Johnston Terrace
1-26 Aug at 19:05 (1hr00)
Tickets £8.50-£10.50 / concessions £6.50-£8.50 / under 18s £4.50-£6.50
Recommended 14+
Mark Bunyan's retrospective of 40 years as an out gay cabaret performer. ‘One of the great comedians at the piano' (Loose Ends, BBC Radio 4). ‘Don't miss him: he is simply superb' (Scotsman).
The Merry Wives of Seoul

EDP Theatre Company Soon Chun Hyang University (Korea)

The Merry Wives of Seoul

Theatre (Classical, Comedy)

C south (main theatre) venue 58 St Peter's, Lutton Place, EH8 9PE
11-17 Aug at 11:50 (1hr00)
Tickets £9.50-£11.50 / concessions £7.50-£9.50 / under 18s £5.50-£7.50
Recommended 8+
Koreanised adaptation of Shakespeare's classic. Follow two women who set out to outwit Falstaff, and the plans society makes for them, in this melting pot of K-pop, traditional dance and Western culture.
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