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See all the Glorious acts heading to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe!

See all the Glorious acts heading to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe!

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Andrea Hubert: The Big Value Comedy’s Lunchtime Club
A runner up in the Laughing Horse new act of the year competition (2010) and a Finalist in the Leicester Square new act of the year (2011) Andrea was dubbed ‘One to Watch in 2012’ by London is Funny. ‘She’s a thoroughly engaging presence, with a quirkily descriptive approach to her observations…you are drawn instinctively into her world’ Chortle
Just the Tonic @ The Caves Just up the Road 2-26 Aug (not 14) 12.30 Fringe Brochure p44

Short & Curly: A Captive Audience 
Are you on a ride, or at the zoo? No, you're watching a show below a restaurant. Mind bending! A medium octane hour of adrenalin-pumping chaos starring the sketch dream team Rebecca Shorrocks and Paul F Taylor. One of them is short, the other has curly hair. That’s right, it’s Short and Curly. Mind bending! 
Ciao Roma 64 South Bridge 4-25 Aug (not 13) 13.00 Fringe Brochure p158

Ian Smith and Tom Toal
Ian Smith (beardy award winner, BBC2's Popatron) and Tom Toal (the Double-T, runner-up Loaded Laftas) are two of comedy's most exciting young acts. Here they present a hilarious hour of free stand-up. **** Scotsman, ThreeWeeks,List
Whistlebinkies 4-6 Southbridge 4-25 Aug 13.30 Fringe Brochure p97 

Gordon Southern: A Brief History of History
With a battered music sampler and some old-fashioned visual aids, Gordon Southern will bluff and bluster through time with his unique ‘poetic, clever and joyfully freewheeling’ style. ‘Southern's presentation not only packs a punch, but it's devilishly funny,… Whichever way you slice it, A Brief History of History is mighty impressive’ The Funny Tonne… ‘top laughs.’ Rip It Up Adelaide
Gilded Balloon Sportsman 1-11 Aug (not 8) 12:45 / Nightclub 12-26 Aug 18:15 Fringe Brochure p86

Paul F Taylor: The Pauly Show
In his first solo Edinburgh show, newcomer Paul F Taylor, aka Pauly, brings you his very own ramshackle sitcom pilot The Pauly Show Episode One. ‘Gleeful and insistent silliness’ Three Weeks

 
‘Beautifully crafted one liners... astute observational comedy’ GQ Magazine
The Tron Hunter Square 2-26 Aug (not 14) 17.00 Fringe Brochure p142

Nick Helm: This Means War!
Prepare to enlist as international mega-myth Nick Helm takes you on a blood-spattered tour of duty through the carnage filled battlefields of his love-life with the most epic and romantic show ever attempted at this or any Festival. ‘Genuinely exciting.’★★★★★ The Telegraph ‘A star is born’ ★★★★ The Times ‘A thrillingly unpredictable hour…utterly exhilarating.’ ★★★★ Time Out
Pleasance Queen Dome 1-27 Aug (not 8+14) 17.30 Fringe Brochure p132

Stephen Carlin: Pandas vs Penguins
Are you a panda or are you a penguin? Whatever your lifestyle choices, Stephen Carlin will unleash that inner Panda or Penguin within you. ★★★★★ Herald. ‘One of the most inventive stand-ups on the Fringe….. Knowingly cynical and hilarious … delightfully deadpan Scot’ Chortle★★★★
Pleasance Courtyard Hut 1-27 Aug (not 8+14) 18.00 Fringe Brochure p164

The Intervention
Comedians Theatre Company and Salt ‘n’ Sauce Promotions Ltd are extremely proud to present the world premiere of The Intervention; written by Fringe First Winner 2011 Dave Florez this darkly humorous and psychologically thrilling new play boasts an all-star cast including: Arabella Weir (The Fast Show), Phil Nichol (Holy Flying Circus), Waen Shepherd (The Inbetweeners), Jan Ravens (Dead Ringers), Aisling Bea (Dead Boss), Michael Malarkey (Million Dollar Quartet) and Mike McShane (Whose Line Is It Anyway?) and is directed by Maggie Inchley (Comedians Theatre Company co-Artistic Director).
Assembly Rooms George Street Ballroom 1-26 Aug (not 13) 19.05 Fringe Brochure p287

Tom Toal: AAA Stand -Up
One of comedy’s rising stars, Tom performs heart breaking but ultimately heart-warming material about life, love and what it is truly like to be Tom Toal in this crazy world. ‘Toal's ease of interacting with the audience is a true talent’ ★★★★ Hairline
Pleasance Courtyard Cellar 1-27Aug 19.15 Fringe Brochure p32

Rhys James: AAA Stand -Up 
Recognised as one of Britain’s funniest students in Comedy Central’s hunt for new talent, Rhys James discusses family blunders, silver-linings and student tribulations.
‘Amazing skills for someone so young’ Comedy Central ‘Annoyingly talented’ Richard Herring
Pleasance Courtyard Cellar 1-27 Aug 19.15 Fringe Brochure p32

Pat Burtscher’s Patopotamoose
What the heck's a Patopotamoose? It's a title. You don't like it? You do a show and call it whatever the heck you want. .'...imaginatively off-beat ideas' Chortle.co.uk. '... funny, and silly, in a good way. The Fringe needs more of this!' ★★★★ Latest 7. ‘Very, very funny' ThreeWeeks
Pleasance Courtyard Below 1-27 Aug (not 8+14) 20.30 Fringe Brochure p140

Phil Nichol: Rants!
A delightfully comical collection of silly rants on every ludicrous topic imaginable takes you on a riotous exploration of our laughable existence from the mind numbingly tedious to the charmingly absurd. Comedy with passion. ‘Hypnotic ★★★★★’ Sunday Herald ‘Delightfully silly ★★★★’The List  ★★★★  The Scotsman 
Assembly Rooms George Street Studio Two 2 -26 Aug (not 13) 21.00 Fringe Brochure p144

Stephen K Amos: Work in Progress
Fresh a from sell-out tour of Australia and New Zealand Stephen K Amos, the maestro of feel-good comedy returns to Edinburgh with his new show A Work in Progress. 'The warmest comic around, able to riff off a crowd and make them feel good about themselves.' Sunday Times. 'Uplifting stand-up from a charming performer’ Time Out. ‘Amos has the easy-going confidence of a stand-up veteran who is at the top of his game and prepared material is readily abandoned in favour of quick-witted improvisations sparked by conversation with the audience.’ NZ HERALD 
Stand Three, York Place 2-25 Aug (not 8, 13, 14, 20, 21) 21.15Fringe Brochure p164

Mark Little: THEbullshitARTIST
As the @wikileaks/@twitter culture continues to confuse truth and bullsh*t, Mark Little tap dances his way through the chaos of modernity with his funny dog in this black and white, silent comedy romp...or not? #truth? ‘Ranked with the best of them’ The Guardian Effortless charisma…inspired improvisation…a stand-up revolutionary…top of the shortlist’ The Scotsman
Assembly George Square 1-27 Aug (not 8+14) 22.20 Fringe Brochure p122 

Lloyd Griffith: AAA Stand-Up Late 
Lloyd has quickly established himself as one of the most natural, brightest and original comedians on the circuit ‘Inherently funny...very neat lines in his comic repertoire’ Chortle  
Pleasance Courtyard Cellar 1-27 Aug 23.00 Fringe Brochure p32





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