The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is the largest arts festival in the world and takes place every August for three weeks in Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital city.
We've got a few words from some of the insane... I mean, artists, ahead of their gigs in the Scottish capital!
BBC Radio New Comedy Award finalist Tom arrives at The Pleasance with his debut show!
Looking as fly as a Blaxploitation cop and picked by Time Out as ‘one to watch’, Masud Milas has quickly become an exciting new act emerging on the UK comedy circuit. This plucky comic, with a weird-ass accent, graces the stage with his debut show about growing up on up the other side of the world and coming home to find it’s just as bizarre here too.
Join this rising star as he presents this outlandishly inventive and daringly experimental stand-up show. Prepare yourself. Nominated for two RTS awards, including Best Performance in a Comedy and Best Comedy Series for his own self-penned sketch show (The Johnny and Inel Show). Presenter of The Friday Night Show on Virgin Radio. As seen on BBC Three, ITV2 and Channel 4 and as heard on BBC Radio 1.
Pleasance Theatre, 3-28 August & 21:45!
Ever Mainard is an American comedian. We challenged her to come up with some tips for performing, visiting and surviving the Edinburgh Fringe, ahead of her Festival show this August. But she has never been there before, and probably couldn't find it on a map. In fact, if you've got tickets to her show it might be wise to keep the receipt. Press play now! For more Ever, go to evermainard.com
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