Edinburgh Interview: Crystal Rasmussen on Crystal Rasmussen presents The Bible 2 (Plus a Cure for Shame, Violence, Betrayal and Athlete’s Foot) Live!
After a swift rise to fame with her Nobel-nominated book Diary of a Drag Queen, DENIM's Crystal is back
Cam Spence presents an explosive debut hour of idiosyncratic character comedy.
Just These Please are back at the Fringe with their brand new show, Suitable.
Richard Essien AKA Magical Bones, the star of international stage hit Impossible makes his much-anticipated Edinburgh Fringe debut.
Award-winning stand-up renowned for brilliantly dark material and host of BBC Radio’s smash-hit The Good, the Bad and the Unexpected Mark Nelson tackles the political car crash of Brexit in this new Fringe show
Through original songs and stand-up, New York sensation Catherine Cohen explores life as an immortal millennial who is tragically unverified on Twitter
Joe Sutherland returns to the Fringe looking back at things we once loved which have now gone sour
Jack Chisnall and Joshua Dolphin are performing Moon: We Cannot Get Out, but there’s a problem with their venue – it keeps trying to kill them!
After a sell-out debut in 2018, New Zealand's Alice Snedden returns to Edinburgh with Alice Snedden: Absolute Monster
Emmy Blotnick is a stand-up comic from New York coming to Edinburgh for the first time with Party Nights.
Camille O'Sullivan is a half Irish/French singer and actress from Cork Ireland who used to be an architect. She brings Camille O'Sullivan sings Nicks Cave to The Pleasance this Fringe
Christina Bianco on First Impressions at Assembly
Robyn Perkins is an American comic who moved to the UK for landscape architecture, despite also having a background in marine biology.
Edinburgh Interview: Guy Montgomery on I Was Part Of The Problem Before We Were Talking About It at Assembly
Guy Montgomery is a New Zealand born, New York based stand-up comedian and improviser, bringing I Was Part of the Problem Before We Were Talking About It to Assembly