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Alistair Green Is Jack Spencer: Sex Addict
Character comedy exploring sexual compulsions and global politics.
- Directed by: Tim Stark
- Written by: Ruaraidh Murray
Three childhood friends take part in a robbery which goes drastically wrong, and now they wonder who they can trust, and whose turn it will be for Bath Time. Set in Edinburgh during the mid-1990s, this darkly-comic solo play is written and performed by Ruaraidh Murray.
Bec And Toms Awesome Laundry
A sketch show for kids with silliness, make-believe and bad celebrity impersonations, with Bec Hill and Tom Goodliffe.
Catriona Knox: Player
High-energy character comedy and offbeat gags.
Christian O'Connell: Work In Progress
The stand-up and award-winning radio DJ tries out new material for his debut solo show.
- Written by: Tim Welham (adaptation)
Toronto-native Tim Welham presents his highly successful solo adaptation of Shakespeare's Richard III.
Character-based comedy set in the world of competitive darts.
Does My Face Look Big In This
- Directed by: Thom Tuck
- Written by: Caroline Hardie
Caroline Hardie's one-woman show, featuring an array of comic female characters.
Dr N.H. Service, Ms Surveillance, And Dame Lansley May
A darkly-humoured polemical play and political satire in three acts on the exercise of arbitrary power by ministers in the Digital Age.
Tue 25 Jun
Wed 26 Jun
Thu 27 Jun
Fraser Millward: A Little Rough: Work In Progress
Character comedy in preparation for an Edinburgh show.
Gerry Howell: Seriousnessmus: Work In Progress: Edinburgh Preview
Surreal and inventive humour and storytelling.
Sat 13 Jul
£6 / 020 7482 4857
James Mullinger: Living The Dream
Hilarious gags interspersed with refreshing honesty from the soon to be father of two, ready to bare all on pregnancy, fatherhood, farts and Thomas the Tank Engine as well as his previous life on the road, meeting Paul McCartney and his past as a hard-drinking party machine.
Katie Mulgrew: Your Dad's Not Funny
Stories and anecdotes about being a child who didn't want to follow in her father's comedian footsteps.
Maddy's Many Mouths
- Written by: Maddy Anholt
An outrageous one-woman show, written and performed by Maddy Anholt a woman of many parts.
Max And Ivan: The Reunion: Edinburgh Preview
Character comedy, sketches and stand-up in honour of their 10th anniversary.
Max Dickins: Dear Ray
Stories and anecdotes about how a lonely second-hand bookshop owner accidentally became his pen pal and changed his life.
Pat Cahill: Edinburgh Preview
Offbeat and inventive humour mixed with surreal songs from the 2012 New Act Of The Year and Chortle Best Newcomer award-winner.
- Written by: Terri Ann Bailey
The play explores themes of time, loneliness, family, loss and friendship as the characters try to enjoy their seemingly lighthearted event.
The Rat Pack Stand-Up Comedy
Stand-up set to the music of the Rat Pack, with Nathan Cassidy.
Rick Kiesewetter: Chink
Observational humour inspired by being an Asian American, who was adopted at age three, raised in New Jersey and has spent the last 20 years living in the UK.
Robin (A One-Man Comedy)
An exciting new one-man show in two acts that places our hapless hero at the centre of a one-man farce in which everything goes right. Sort of.