The Leith Festival is a community event for young and old with comedy, music, art, dance, a tattoo, and more.
Magnificent stand up comedy by the sea, starring
Do come along and vote for Scotland's stars of tomorrow as they battle it out in one of the most prestigious comedy competitions.
Drinks after work just got wilder!
The Portobello Comedy night returns with a fantastic lineup of laughter by the sea!
The Edinburgh International Festival may have come first, but generally it's the Fringe that Edinburgh is best-known for. There's really nothing quite like it - "the largest show on Earth".
The stats bear that out: the 2012 Edinburgh Fringe sees 42,096 performances of 2,695 shows in 279 Fringe venues. It's a sprawling, anarchic, sleepless month of live performances. There are also 814 free shows at the 2012 Fringe.
Football impressionist and actor Jonathan Watson will be making an appearance at the Edinburgh International Book Festival, in an event with Bob Servant
A cold, wet evening in May (aye, May) is not the best atmosphere for being at the wrong venue for a launch. My excuse? There was a hint somewhere in an email about seeing renovations and anyway, what do I know about building schedules? Answer: hee haw. We are so used in Edinburgh to the disruption of barriers closed streets and roads, that whether or not scaffolding has gone down is barely noted any more. Luckily, I was in the Guides so used my initiative and soon came across some likely folk on the way to the launch in St Andrew Square. (Note to self: always read the small print.)
For a piffling 3 gold coins, the chance to see Scottish comedy legend Bruce Morton, brilliant up and coming genius Susie McCabe and local comedy hero Graeme Thomas? As well as jovial buf
For free, for nothing, for nada, for the same as it costs to play Pooh sticks, the chance to see Scottish Comedian of the Year Sean Grant and a sparkling support cast? Unhear