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Absolute Mess By Danny Clives And Lindsey Santoro
The pair follow-up last year's sell-out show with a rib-tickling journey in two halves which will inevitably fall apart.
Adele Cliff: Work In Progress
The writer of one of Dave's Top Ten Funniest Jokes of the Fringe 2016 tries out new un-nominated jokes.
Alastair Clark: Uninterrupted Screaming (Work In Progress)
The stand-up presents a brainful of ideas to rock your world for one night only.
Wed 15 Feb
Free, or Pay What You Want / 0844 477 1000
All Killa No Filla
A live version of Rachel Fairburn and Kiri Pritchard-McLean's podcast which explores their shared passion for serial killers.
Bad Girls Showcase
Comedy showcase featuring an all-female line-up, with a mixture of up-and-coming and established acts.
Blackman And Robyn
The American stand-up now based in the UK laments on personal issues and issues with her country.
Observations from Cally Beaton and Catherine Bohart, who at almost 20 years apart in age discuss the hard things a woman faces at either side of 40.
Chris Kehoe: The Second Coming Of Chris
Deadpan and satirical wit by the award-winning stand-up from Bolton.
Chris Purchase: Distracted
Anecdotes and cultural satire about not focusing on the important things by the charismatic comic.
David McIver: Stop It David We Are Having Too Much Fun
High spirited stupidity and glorious nonsense from the 2015 BBC New comedy Award nominee.
Sat 25 Feb
Free or pay what you want / 0844 477 1000
Frank Foucault: Weird Stuff
Surreal comedy from the award-nominated comedian.
Graham Milton's Paradise Tossed
The comic delivers his miserable and amusing observations about his tragic life experiences.
Hannah Silvester: Setting The World On Fire And Other Hobbies
Frank and honest humour about growing older from the West Midlands-based stand-up.
Tue 14 Feb
Free / 0844 477 1000
Hell To Play
Hell To Play is a dark comedy game show set in hell, hosted by the devil. Comedians and audiences attempt to save their souls from eternal damnation by tackling games put to them by the very worst people in history.
Herman The German And Liam Webber Share A Stage
Character comedy and stand-up from the German-born Herman, and fast-paced pseudo-sketch from Webber.
Fri 24 Feb
Hurt & Anderson: Come What May
Sketch and musical comedy from the duo who present their new show.
If You Lived Here You’d Be Ian Lane By Now
Ian Lane investigates the home and the body in this silly stand-up show.
Improv With Nicholas Holt: In A Bar!
Improvisations from dance artist Lewys Holt and comedian Daniel Nicholas.
Jack Campbell: Work In Progress
The comic presents his new material which he hopes will impress the audiences at Edinburgh Fringe.
Jacob Hatton: Dreams Of FitzRoy And Londis
Surreal stand-up and sketches about sex, death and The Shipping Forecast from the comedian.
Sat 18 Feb
Jake Howie: The Holey Truth
Engaging ruminations from the 2015 Reading Comedy Festival's New Act Of The Year winner.
James & Seaburn: Pigeon Trousers
A melange of sketch, stand-up and musical comedy from the double act.
James Meehan: Cobbles
The Chortle Award-winning comedian presents a show about vulnerability, embarrassment and taking chances.
Joe Sutherland: Model/Actress
See the aspiring model as seen in the movie Pride takes to the stage for his first stand up show.
John Pendal: How To Escape From Stuff: Work In Progress
Affable wit as the stand-up works on new material for his second solo hour.
Fri 10 Feb
Free / 0844 477 1000
Johnston & Milton Descend Upstairs
A radio-style sketch show with a barrage of comic sound effects and surreal ideas.
Katie Mulgrew: This Guy
Witty gags and observations about just trying to be a great guy.
Kiri Pritchard-McLean: Appropriate Adult
Hilarious observations about adoption, kids and trying to make a difference from the comedian.
Observations from the Grimsby comedian, who has recently escaped his home town and provides a sassy romp through growing up, striving for perfection and pleasing others.
Leicester Fridge: Naked Comedy
Male and female comedians will face their biggest fear and take to the stage naked to raise money for LOROS hospice.
Lovdev Barpaga: Silly Sausage
Crazy stories and old fashioned jokes in this new show.
Nathan Willcock: State Of The Nathan
Observations about millennials, success, love and politics from the comic.
Never Before Seen Again
Richard Wright makes a comeback to beat all comebacks, though he's never been to Leicester.
Nicole Henriksen: Techno Glitter Penguins
Energetic and absurdist humour from the Australian stand-up.
Steve Woodings presents musical comedy with plenty of puns.
Rahul Kohli: Newcastle Brown Tales
A blend of edgy topical humour, social observations and political commentary from the Geordie stand-up.
Ready Steady James
Hilarious stand-up from Birmingham's 248th most influential tweeter.
All new comedy panel show taking a not-so-serious look at the serious things in life, hosted by Aaron Twitchen.
Richard Pulsford: Phrases Ready
The UK Pun Championships 2016 runner-up presents a set featuring finely honed comedic phrases and original play on words.
Shalom Alaikum: The Comedy Intifada
Jay Islaam and Moses Ali Khan are two miserable misanthropes from the Midlands who are cynical about everything, from politics to pop culture. Not for the faint-hearted or easily offended - contains content not suitable for children.
Tom Goodliffe’s Coffee Run
A deliciously roasted show all about coffee, history, culture and the epic quest to visit all of the cafes on the London Specialty Coffee Map in one day.
Warwick Comedy Society Stand-Up Show
A mixed bill of the best stand ups from Warwick University, featuring two Chortle Student Comedy finalists
Will Duggan Expands On An Idea (Work In Progress)
The comic presents new material as he has a little think about some big ideas.
Your Hero Alexander Bennett
The streetwise Hercules attempts to answer all of life's most important questions and more with his weird and dark brand of humour.
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