City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Comedy


City of the Dead: Haunted Graveyard Tour, Outside St Giles' Cathedral, Review

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This was a very informative and entertaining tour of some historic sites in and around St Giles'.

Pottervision, Laughing Horse at Espionage, Review

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Lots of wigs, lots of lots of laughs. Lukas Kirby and Tom Lawrinson bring you the Harry Potter parody of your dreams!

Pippa Evans: Joy Provision!, Pleasance Courtyard, Review

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The world can do with some more joy at the moment, don’t you think?

Spontaneous Sherlock, The Annexe at Liquid Rooms, Review

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Mystery, madness, merriment-- all created on the spot with talent-abundant, unbeatably clever Spontaneous Sherlock.

Double Feature, Gilded Balloon, Review

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Back in the golden days of cinema, for the price of one ticket. two films were shown back to back - the big picture and the B movie. It was known as a double feature.

Empire, Gilded Ballon Teviot, Review

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Alice Fraser can be described as ambitious, unpredictable, cerebral. I mean, she was a lawyer before going comic full-time, after all. Quantum mechanics. Disney villains.

I Love Lou C, Just the Tonic at The Mash House, Review

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As filthy as she is fabulous, Lou Conran is a superlative storyteller who expertly walks the difficult tightrope that hangs between tragedy and comedy.

George Egg: DIY Chef, Gilded Balloon Teviot, Review

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In 2015, equipped with only hotel room essentials, he brought you travel kettle sea bass, UHT milk ricotta crostini and bible crushed hazelnuts.

Doug Anthony All Stars (DAAS) Near Death Experience, Pleasance, Fringe Review

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In 2016, Australia’s subversive musical comedy trio the Doug Anthony All Stars (DAAS) returned to Edinburgh’s Fringe after nearly 30 years with their show

World Fringe Day: Fringe Thanks Edinburgh With Thousands of Freebies

Today is the inaugural World Fringe Day, a 24-hour celebration of the global fringe movement that was spawned when a group of upstart thespians launched a festival