Comedy at Edinburgh Festival 2019

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Comedy is the largest strand of the Edinburgh Fringe, and that programme constitutes the biggest comedy festival in the world, featuring stand-up, sketch, improv, physical and musical comedy, and more, with the very newest talent and some of the big name panel show regulars, plus hundreds of free shows in amongst the wider programme.

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Three To See 2019: Final Weekend
Eight Step Q&A: Robyn Perkins
Daniel Muggleton: Pimpin' Ain't Easy (But I Reckon It's Easier For Straight, White Men?)
Eight Steps Q&A: The Thinking Drinkers
Eight Steps Q&A: Just These Please
Eric: Tales Of The Third Sunday
Baba Brinkman: Rap Guide To Culture
Eight Steps Q&A: John-Luke Roberts
Isma Almas: About A Buoy - Adventures In Adoption
Eight Steps Q&A: Al Samuels
Eight Steps Q&A: Micky Overman
Kate Lucas: Is Selling Herself
Eight Steps Q&A: Andy Field
Eight Steps Q&A: Samantha Pressdee
Eight Steps Q&A: Ed Night
Eight Steps Q&A: Susan Harrison
Dave Chawner: Mental
Eight Steps Q&A: Joz Norris
Eight Steps Q&A: Sukh Ojla
Keisha Thompson: Man On The Moon
Eight Steps Q&A: Naomi McDonald
Three To See 2019: Storytellers
Three To See 2019: Horrifying Themes
Three To See 2019: Mental Health And The Mind
Eloïse Poulton: Bad Aunts
Three To See 2019: Men And Masculinity
Three To See 2019: Impressionists
Three To See 2019: Activists
Matt Parker: Humble Pi
Eight Steps Q&A: James McNicholas
Eight Steps Q&A: Eric Lampaert
Eight Steps Q&A: Ian Smith
Three To See 2019: Political Shows
Robyn Perkins: Mating Selection
Harriet Dyer: The Dinosaur Show
Prudence Wright Holmes: Agatha Is Missing
Three To See 2019: Three Comedy Debut Hours
Three To See 2019: Three Promising Sketch Comedy Shows
Michelle Brasier & Laura Frew: Double Denim Adventure Show
Robin Morgan: What a Man, What a Man, What a Man, What a Mighty Good Man (Say It Again Now)
Three To See 2019: Shows About Women In History
Louisa Fitzhardinge: Comma Sutra
Chris Grace: Voldemort & The Teenage Hogwarts Musical Parody
Jack Tucker: Comedy Standup Hour


Jennifer Tyler: Ready Or Not (Rachel Kraftman)
Chris McGlade: Forgiveness (McGlade)
Goodbear: Dougal (DugOut Theatre and Noel Gay Management)
Police Cops: Badass Be Thy Name (Blue Book AM)
99 (First World) Problems Feat Andy Quirk And Anna J (Free Festival)
Elliot Steel: Merked (Off The Kerb / PBH's Free Fringe)
Sunil Patel: White Knight (Sunil Patel)
Rhod Gilbert: The Book Of John (Blue Jeans Management)
Men With Coconuts (Men With Coconuts)
Lost Musical Works of Willy Shakes (The Lost Works)
Frank Foucault: Desk (Frank Foucault and Shmuck Theatre)
Phoebe Robinson: Sorry, Harriet Tubman (AEG presents)
Marlon Davis: Emotional Black Male (Off The Kerb Productions)
Liza Treyger: In The Weeds (Live Nation and Avalon present)
Ian Smith: Half-Life (Bound & Gagged Comedy)
Alex Hylton: Get Rich Or Die Crying (Alex Hylton)
Got A Text: A Musical Parody (Round Three Productions)
Will Mars: Phoenix (Purple Martian / Free Festival)
Rodgers With A D - The Tommy Rodgers Centenary Celebration (Louise Rodgers)
Simon Caine: Every Room Becomes A Panic Room When You Overthink Enough (Simon Caine / Sweet Productions)
Milo Edwards: Pindos (Milo Edwards)
Alex Black's Record Collection (Alex Black / PBH's Free Fringe)
Thrones! The Musical Parody (Thrones! The Musical Parody)
Richard Stott: Right Hand Man (Andrew Roach Talent)
Micky Bartlett: Love It! (MZA and Nunchuck Productions)
Matt Price: Broken Hooters And Geezers With Shooters (Bound & Gagged Comedy)
Jack Barry: Alien (Berk's Nest / PBH's Free Fringe)
Grace Campbell: Why I'm Never Going Into Politics (Mick Perrin Worldwide)
Eleanor Tiernan: Enjoying the Spotlight Responsibly (Eleanor Tiernan / PBH's Free Fringe)
Brett Johnson: Poly-Theist (Brett Johnson)
The Golden Path (Vanessa Hammick)
Matt Winning: It's The End Of The World As We Know It (Matt Winning)
Fat Blast And Crackers: 101 Sketches In 50 minutes! (The Scribbling Ape)
Ed Night: Jokes Of Love And Hate (Mick Perrin Worldwide in association with IAM)
Chris Washington: Raconteur (Phil McIntyre Entertainments Ltd Presents)
Amy Howerska: Serious Face (Amy Howerska)
Aaron Chen: Piss Off (Just Kidding) (Fight in the Dog)
Steve N Allen: Better Than (Steve N Allen / The Stand Comedy Club)
Sarah Southern: Tentatively Tory (PBH's Free Fringe)
Radu Isac: Good Excuses For Sociopaths (Radu Isac)
Old Jewish Jokes (Ivor Dembina)
Garrett Millerick: Smile (Rabbit Rabbit)
Jamali Maddix: Work In Progress (IAM Presents)
Dan Soder: Son Of A Gary (Live Nation Presents)
Carl Donnelly: Shall We All Just Kill Ourselves? (Carl Donnelly)
Baby Wants Candy: The Completely Improvised Full Band Musical (Baby Wants Candy)
A**Hole New World (Brian Gallagher)
Children Of The Quorn (Megan from HR)
Daniel Audritt: Better Man (Daniel Audritt)
The Establishment: Bureau De Strange (Mad Etiquette)
Jacob Hawley: Faliraki (Jacob Hawley)
Gethin Alderman Is: Sublime (Gethin Alderman)
Rachel Fairburn: The People's Princess (Live Nation)
Sketch Thieves (Purple Martian / Free Festival)
Isa Bonachera: The Great Emptiness (Isa Bonachera)
Basil Brush: Unleashed (Broken Robot Productions / So Comedy / Basil Brush Limited)
Guy Montgomery: I Was Part Of The Problem Before We Were Talking About It (Berk's Nest)
Tarot (Berk's Nest, Gein's Family Giftshop and Goose)
Marc Jennings: Getting Going (Marc Jennings)
Ivo Graham: The Game Of Life (Off The Kerb Productions)
Huge Davies: The Carpark (CKP and InterTalent Group present)
Glenn Moore: Love Don't Live Here Glenny Moore (Avalon Management)
Kelly Convey: Telephone Voice (Off The Kerb Productions)
Mark And Haydn: Llaugh (StraightUp Productions)
Langston Kerman: The Loose Cannon (Rabbit Rabbit)
Jen Brister (Jen Brister)
Olga Koch: If/Then (Berk's Nest in association with Hannah Layton Management)
Izzy Mant: Polite Club (Get Comedy Ltd)
Obsolete (Tepid Productions)
Chris Parker: Camp Binch (Berk's Nest)
Ahir Shah: Dots (Ahir Shah)
I'm OKayfabe (Fake Heat)
AJ Holmes: Yeah, But Not Right Now (Stamptown)
Nick Elleray: Big Nick Energy (Nick Elleray / Free Festival)
Crystal Rasmussen Presents The Bible 2 (Plus A Cure For Shame, Violence, Betrayal And Athlete's Foot) Live! (United Agents)
Christopher Macarthur-Boyd: Dreamboat (Off The Kerb Productions)
Catherine Bohart: Lemon (Chambers Touring)
Rhys Nicholson - Nice People Nice Things Nice Situations (Underbelly in association with Casarotto Ramsey Management)
Rob Auton: The Time Show (Show And Tell in association with Avalon Management)
Lucy Pearman: Baggage (United Agents)
Double Denim: Adventure Show (Hey Boss)
Demi Lardner: Ditch Witch 800 (Century)
Connie Wookey: Denied (Constance Wookey)
Archie Henderson: Jazz Emu (Archie Henderson)
Abbie Murphy: Eat Sleep Shit Shag (Hatch Talent)
Whose Mind Is It Anyway? (Whose Mind Is It Anyway?)
Sukh Ojla: For Sukh's Sake (Noel Gay Presents...)
Micky P Kerr: Kerr In The Community (Brett Vincent for GetComedy)
Darren Harriott: Good Heart Yute (CKP / Intertalent)
Buffering (Jenny Laville and Pauline Eyre)
Ben Verth: Sh*tegeist (Ben Verth)
Alex Williamson: Sin On My Face (Alex Williamson)
Andy Field's Funeral (Andy Field)
Yuriko Kotani: Somosomo (Mick Perrin Worldwide)
Rory O Hanlon - Confidence (Rory O Hanlon / PBH's Free Fringe)
Jessica Fostekew: Hench (Jessica Fostekew)
Will Duggan: Class Two (Will Duggan)
Just These Please: Suitable (Just These Please)
Rosie Jones: Backward (Off The Kerb Productions)
Adam Rowe: Pinnacle (CKP and Intertalent)
Crybabies: Danger Brigade (Crybabies in association with PBJ Management)
Róisín And Chiara: Get Nupty (Róisín And Chiara)
Ross Smith: Crying/Shame (Ross Smith)
Joe Bor: The Story of Walter and Herbert (Joe Bor)
Olaf Falafel: Knitting With Maracas (Olaf Falafel)
Alice Snedden: Absolute Monster (Berk's Nest / Avalon)