Featured shows

  • Accordion Fight Show

    Strangely’s 'tour-de-force' (FringeReview.co.uk) folk-punk-cabaret riot returns with new songs and shenanigans. Prepare to sing along and battle for fabulous prizes against the world's loudest, nakedest, accordion player! See the show BroadwayBaby.com dubbed 'too big for the indoors!'

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  • A Payment Unkind

    A one-act drama about sexual exploitation. Three women find themselves trapped in a small basement room, increasing tension builds between them as it is revealed why each of them is in the building.

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  • A Long Time Coming

    A mix of comedy, storytelling and even a poem or two. This show has been put together over many years inside the head of Harry Thompson and it's now ready for general release. Don't miss it!

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  • 3,000 Trees: The Death of Mr William McRae

    Paterson's cult play about Willie MacRae – anti-nuclear campaigner, SNP politician and successful lawyer. Was his death in 1985 suicide or murder by the state?

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  • 2 Truths, 1 Lie

    Funny, but is it true? Three comedians step on stage. Two are telling the truth, one is a big fat liar. Can you tell who...?

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  • 1:1

    Escaping the small village and aiming for making it big in the city. A postgraduate’s crisis is opened up by his unorthodox councillor, exploring the bizarre experience that was the young student’s life during his expensive art degree.

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  • (No) Money in the Bank

    The wrestling double act, Thom Bee and Andrew Marsh, return! Thom and Andrew are forming the first ever comedy tag-team and are going to use all the elements of tag-team wrestling to explain the world of professional wrestling to the world. If you love wrestling, you’ll love their special wrestling guest. If you don’t care about wrestling, come along anyway and let this new double act change your mind. There’ll be jokes, characters, stories, and maybe tables, ladders and chairs depending on the budget.

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  • Saskia Preston: Ninety-Five

    Debut show from Saskia Preston, writer for Radio 4’s The Now Show, News Quiz & 4Extra’s Newsjack. A family birthday party back in a childhood setting is a trigger for a wander down memory’s estrada. Featuring gay bars and needless Portuguese words. Part of the prestigious AAA Stand Up Late show 2018. 'Interesting, quirky act, with odd observations... very good' Chortle

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  • American Refugee

    The world is full of hate: good! The problem isn’t hate, the problem is the world is bad at it. Let experienced stand-up comedian and human rights lawyer Sid Singh teach you how!

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  • Kai Samra - Underclass

    Award-winning stand-up comedian Kai Samra presents his hotly tipped debut hour. Join Kai as he hilariously dissects life as a young, working class, British Asian in the 21st century.

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  • Better Than Dying Alone

    Ménage à trois. Dungeon parties. Amorous vicars and improper use of Twitter. Ros Ballinger is busy in the bedroom, but nowhere near love; armed with questionable hair and a millennial railcard, she’s on the hunt for it.

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  • The Dragon Club

    Once every one hundred years, a group of people meet - the same group of people. They meet in comfortable surroundings, and retell their histories and their stories. I was there one of those nights and I will tell you what transpired, because they thought I wouldn't believe what I was hearing, and you may not believe it either, when I tell you of their stories, their histories - the stories of Dragons. 'The Dragon Club' brings together traditional and new dragon stories from Britain, Europe and Asia, blending fantasy, folklore, mystery and folk history, for two hours of immersive and engrossing storytelling.

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  • A Fannytastical Fundrazor

    Join us for A Fannytastical Fundrazor event! The Fannys are finally hitting Edinburgh Fringe this year, and we'd love to share some Fanny love with you before we go - treating you to some amazing Fannys material that we didn't share during our award-winning Brighton Fringe run, and bringing you some of the very best guests from Brighton and beyond!

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  • Metamorphosis (Edinburgh Fringe Preview)

    'One morning as Grete Samsa was waking from anxious dreams she discovered that in bed she had changed.' A female take on Kafka's Metamorphosis, this one-woman show explores Grete's navigation of family dynamics, and her transformation into a woman. From award-winning writer Sam Chittenden. Featuring award-winning actor, Heather-Rose Andrews. 'Sam Chittenden's script is salivatingly sharp and sensuous to the shell-likes' (BroadwayBaby.com)

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  • Bondage Queen Sings the Hits! (Edinburgh Fringe Preview)

    Join the ultimate mistress of mayhem, JoJo Bellini, as she takes you from the salacious to the sublime. A kink-alicious cabaret with 80s music, tantalising tales and much naughtiness. 'raucous, raw, smokily magnificent' (Exciting Work - Fringe Review)

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  • Lava Elastic

    The amazing night of neuro-diverse cabaret and comedy returns for 2019! For more information on which magnificent comedy and variety performers will be on our bill each month follow us on @Elegentsia.

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