A whirlwind of comic invention and supreme storytelling, Jess will have you laughing whilst hanging on every word.
Supremely adept at shrewd political observations, Andrew Maxwell has earned legendary status at the Edinburgh Fringe and beyond.
With uplifting wit and raw charisma, Lauren is able to explore personal topics with captivating honesty and comedic prowess.
Multi-talented comedian Rachel Parris challenges societal norms using storytelling and songs, whilst confronting her own vulnerabilities.
A heartfelt storyteller and drummer extraordinaire with a fondness for The Beatles and impressions of Alan Rickman. Now that’s a combo!
Joyfully observant, Celia explores life’s vulnerabilities with a level of positive-spin, honesty and hilarity few others can muster.
Judith finds the sheer unadulterated comedy in tragedy, delivered to perfection with her distinctive, disarming style.
A vibrant performer unafraid to tackle personal issues with charm, honesty and a highly honed comedic craft.
Don your sparkly leggings and belt out a ballad, Abigoliah is here to welcome you into her world of hedonism and heroic hi-jinx!
Silly, smart and wonderfully inclusive, Alice celebrates moments from her past whilst exploring links between pain, beauty and vanity.
An intelligent (and hilarious) commentator of sexual politics pitfalls, far right extremism and competitive quizzing.
Njambi’s fresh and fearless voice tackles hard-hitting topics such as colonial rule and racism, with wit, bite and charm.
Relishing in humiliation, Anne Edmonds’ bawdy, self deprecating comedy is punctuated with visual punchlines and satirical stories.
Never afraid of courting controversy, Tommy who is best known for his mischievous take on life, embraces all its darkness and imperfections.
A frenetically paced comedian who weaves off-beat stories with an infectious energy that could light up any room.
Fringe veteran Phil Nichol’s manically exuberant stage presence is the stuff of legend – a rollicking rollercoaster of comedy and songs.
Whimsical and furious in equal measure, Legge’s impassioned persona administers a delightful dose of vitriol.
Fearlessly impassioned, Richard Todd gives audiences an insight into his personal life that’s full of surreal, honest and menial moments.
Topical stand-up comedian, Tiernan Douieb sifts through political nonsense and finds the truth in the friendliest and funniest manner possible.
With a unique mix of musical comedy, improv and imaginative storytelling, Eleanor Morton lays bare her vulnerability in a brutally honest, and searingly funny fashion.
Stuart flourishes in developing surreal observations into absurdly logical conclusions, taking audiences on wonderfully meta-filmic journeys.
One of America’s leading humorists and storytellers, Dylan’s wit and charm takes audiences on beautifully crafted autobiographical journies.
Armed with an eventful past, Fern’s stand-up really stands out from the crowd, fueling her dark and brooding humour with an admirable authenticity.
Expect intelligent political observations and anecdotes on life, dating, family and feminism – delivered with the warmth and deftness of a an expert storyteller.
Joe handles heavy topics with the care they require and shows that comedy doesn’t need to harm people.
Intensely engaging, John Hastings’ comedy filters his opinions through anger – creating a performance that’s impossible to ignore.
An idiosyncratic comedy performer, Danielle Ward brings pure quality to her live shows, podcasts and presenting – mastering all with ease and occasional darkness.
This comic’s knack for spinning a hilarious and ultimately uplifting yarn is the perfect antidote to those millennial woes…
Confident in tackling thorny issues, Kiri Pritchard-McLean commands rooms full of laughter with honest introspection and whip-smart quips.
Eccentrically honest, Andrea Hubert excels in candid storytelling that captivates audiences.
Courter of the controversial, Alfie Brown compels audiences with his searingly honest world views.