EdFest27th April 2017 - 8:00PM
Price: £7 StandardPrices available at box office, email or via telephone.
Venue: Main House
EdFest At The Courtyard
Feat Naz Osmanoglu:
Loudest member of sketch group WitTank, star of Flat TV (BBC Three), Live at the Electric (BBC Three), Plebs (ITV2) and Bull (UKTV) prepares a host of new characters to take up to Fringe 2017. 'Buckets of wit and charm' (Telegraph). 'Particularly magnetic' (Guardian). 'A blistering hour of ultra-confident comedy' (ShortList). 'An uncompromising Turkish warlord… armed with inspired original material, a sharp sense of humour and star potential' (Metro). 'Truly magnificent' ***** (ThreeWeeks).
Kieran prepares his second Fringe stand-up show about how we all say and do really quite weird things and it’s probably a good idea to keep an eye on them. He likes heavy metal and grammar, so this will be wild, but also correct. He’s the one who played all the girl parts in Fringe sketch veterans WitTank. ‘Impressively funny…Terrific material’ (Scotsman). ‘Genuinely funny…very talented comedian’ **** (Threeweeks). Praise for WitTank: ‘Masterful’ (Sunday Times). ‘Excellent, inspired and resolutely daft’ (Independent). Star of Live at the Electric (BBC Three) and Sketchorama (BBC Radio 4).
Tom Houghton brings you his work in progress show to the Edinburgh Fringe. Come and watch him ring out the knots, strum away the dodgy chords and trail out a bunch of routines. As 1/5 of Improv comedy masters The Noise Next Door, Tom is no stranger to the Edinburgh Fringe. You may have seen The Noise on ITV, BBC or heard them on Radio 1. You may have come to see one of their national tours. But you you definitely haven't seen just Tom doing his own thing in a tiny room. And you should. So go! “Hilarious… A superior kind of chaos” The Daily Telegraph “Comedy gold… Staggeringly well excecuted” The Guardian “This is 21st century comedy at its very finest and funniest” The Stage “More laughs per show than all the others in Edinburgh combined” GQ
Mountain & Soil
Newcomers straight from the Gaulier Theatre School in Paris bring new characters and situations in the build up before their debut Edinburgh show. A mixture of devised sketch comedy clowning and out and out silliness.
Naz Stand Up
Kieran and Naz Comedy (WitTank)
A silly sketch