Lemon

Catherine Bohart

After 2018’s ‘funny, warm… perfectly structured debut’ **** (Times), Catherine’s back to smash stereotypes around sex, sexuality and relationships. As seen and heard on BBC Two’s The Mash Report, Comedy Central’s Roast Battle, ITV2’s The Stand Up Sketch Show and The Guilty Feminist.

‘Destined for stardom’ (Evening Standard).
‘A beautifully-delivered hour’ **** (Skinny).
‘Packed full of laughs’ **** (Herald).
‘A winning mixture of self-deprecation and confidence’ **** (Beyond The Joke).
‘A fully developed comic voice’ **** (Fest).
‘Truly special’ **** (Edinburgh Festivals Magazine).

Jack Carroll and Friends

Jack Carroll

Join the star of Live at the Apollo, Sunday Night at the Palladium and Britain’s Got Talent as he and some of his comedian friends try out new material. As seen on Frankie Boyle’s New World Order (BBC Two) and as heard on The Now Show, The Museum of Curiosity and It’s Not What You Know (BBC Radio 4). ‘A comedy genius’ (David Walliams). ‘A revelation’ (Telegraph). ‘He’s saying what no one else can. It’s hilarious’ (Guardian). ‘A galloping comic tour de force’ (Radio Times).

Laura Davis: Better Dead Than A Coward

Laura Davis

Dark, bold and razor sharp, Australian comedian Laura Davis is internationally critically acclaimed as one of the most unique comedic voices around. Unconventional, cathartic and exhilaratingly hilarious, this is her brand new hour. ‘A different kind of provocative… smart, challenging, ambitious, playful and funny’ (Chortle.co.uk). ‘An hour with Laura Davis leaves you uplifted, somewhat bewildered, and utterly amazed by such blistering talent’ (Time Out).

Bampot

Larry Dean

An all-star improv show from award-winning improvisers Marcus Brigstocke (Live at the Apollo, BBC Two), Rachel Parris (The Mash Report, BBC Two), Pippa Evans (Tonight At The Palladium, ITV) and Paul Foxcroft (Cariad & Paul). There Will Be Cake brings together four of the best improvisers in the country to play with your ideas. Each evening will be a brilliant, one-off, never-to-be-repeated, dazzling, hilarious, silly, exciting, dangerous, innovative show featuring real fire (candles). And there will be cake. Actual cake.

Fandan

Larry Dean

Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee brings 2017’s smash-hit show back to the Fringe. As seen on Live At The Apollo, Mock The Week and Michael McIntyre’s Big Show.

***** (Herald)
**** (Times)
**** (Sunday Times)
**** (Chortle.co.uk)

Primer (WIP)

Stuart Goldsmith

Not a show, but the undercoat, base coat or petticoat of what may one day be a show. Stu ties his hair back like Moana and gets to it. Open-hearted, honest and guaranteed potentially funny. As seen on As Yet Untitled (Dave) and Russell Howard’s Stand Up Central (Comedy Central). ***** (Independent). ‘Truly a comedy masterclass… Endlessly inventive’ **** (List). ‘Yet further evidence of Goldsmith’s enormous talent and indisputable mastery of the genre’ **** (TheWeeReview.com). ‘Makes it look easy’ **** (Chortle.co.uk). ‘Goldsmith knocks it out of the park’ (Times).

How To Be Human

Ruby Wax

Based on her bestselling book, Ruby’s new show How to Be Human answers every question you’ve ever had about evolution, thoughts, emotions, the body, addictions, relationships, sex, kids, the future and compassion.

Outrageously witty and smart, blending brilliant comedy and insightful life lessons, How to Be Human is the show you need to help you upgrade your mind as much as you’ve upgraded your iPhone.

There Will Be Cake

Pippa Evans

An all-star improv show from award-winning improvisers Marcus Brigstocke (Live at the Apollo, BBC Two), Rachel Parris (The Mash Report, BBC Two), Pippa Evans (Tonight At The Palladium, ITV) and Paul Foxcroft (Cariad & Paul). There Will Be Cake brings together four of the best improvisers in the country to play with your ideas. Each evening will be a brilliant, one-off, never-to-be-repeated, dazzling, hilarious, silly, exciting, dangerous, innovative show featuring real fire (candles). And there will be cake. Actual cake.