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Arts Fringes

COMEDY

Edinburgh Fringe 2017: Francesco De Carlo @ Underbelly George Square

The Italian comic's show Comfort Zone proves that he has no need to try hard to be funny: he's a natural at it.

Italian comedian Francesco De Carlo


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Edinburgh Fringe 2017: Amanda Miller @ Laughing Horse (Newsroom)

The multitalented Manhattanite's show How to Suffer Better is a wonderfully anarchic piece of character comedy.

Amanda Erin Miller suffers telephone bureaucracy better

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Edinburgh Fringe 2017: Danny O’Brien: RaconTour @ Underbelly

The Irish comedian's storytelling is gripping, his humour amusing - but not groundbreaking.

Irish comedian Danny O'Brien

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Edinburgh Fringe 2017: JoJo Bellini @ The Stand

JoJo’s full-on show Crash-Bang Cabaret! is strictly one for fans of bawdy and innuendo-laden humour.

JoJo Bellini at The Stand, Edinburgh


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Edinburgh Fringe 2017: Tobias Persson @ New Town Theatre

Persson’s show Sweden Sour lacks sure-footedness - and rather dourly rails against political correctness.

Swedish comedian Tobias Persson


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Edinburgh Fringe 2017: Baba Brinkman's Rap Guide to Consciousness @ Assembly George Square

The peer-reviewed rapper brings his latest show to the Fringe, leaving the audience feeling truly engrossed and enlightened.

Peer-reviewed Canadian rapper Baba Brinkman


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Edinburgh Fringe 2017: Stoph Demetriou @ The Free Sisters

Stoph looks at a theory hypothesising that incompetent people are likely to overestimate their own competence in this inspired satirical multimedia show.

Stoph Demetriou


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Edinburgh Fringe 2017: Are Aliens Coming to Eat Your Face? @ New Town Theatre

An examination of the possibilities of intelligent life existing elsewhere in the universe... and a look at whether or not they might pose a danger to us.

Dr. Adam Stevens - Are Aliens Coming to Eat Your Face?

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Edinburgh Fringe 2017: George Egg @ Gilded Balloon Teviot

George Egg ensures that you'll never look at Deliveroo cyclists the same way again courtesy of this tasty show.

George Egg with whisk

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Edinburgh Fringe 2017: Gráinne Maguire @ Gilded Balloon Teviot

Unashamedly political Irish comedienne looks at the politics and stereotypes associated with her nationality.

Irish comedienne Gráinne Maguire

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