It's back! The Edinburgh Festival Fringe kicks off on August 2 for another jam-packed year of comedy, theatre, dance and more at the world's biggest arts festival.
Many of our favourite international comedians will be showing up in Edinburgh in August again this year, as well as a huge number of the best of the best Australian artists, taking their shows to an international audience. See below for a list.
Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Award winners
The 2013 Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Award winners and nominees have been announced, with Bridget Christie taking out the award for Best Comedy Show, and John Kearns winning Best Newcomer. Congratulations to all, particularly Austraia's Matt Okine who was nominated for Best Newcomer! All the details are here.
So You Think You're Funny?
RAW Comedy 2013 winner Demi Larnder has tied for first place at the prestigious So You Think You're Funny? competition at the Gilded Balloon in Edinburgh! This is the first time in the competition's history that two people have taken out the title and with both winners only 19 years of age it is a truly amazing accomplishment! We can expect big things from Demi.
Postcards to MICF - Ali McGregor
Festival favourite Ali McGregor dropped us a line to give us all the news from Edinburgh!
Week Two Round Up
The Guardian's round up of all Edinburgh Fringe comedy from week two.
Week One Round Up
The Guardian's round up of all Edinburgh Fringe comedy from week one.
Time Out's Top 10 International Comics
Our 2012 Best Newcomers Ronny Chieng and Matt Okine are set to take Edinburgh by storm in their first year at the Festival. Time Out London named them in the Top 10 international comics heading to the Fringe this year - and they're keeping pretty good company in that list (including one of our 2013 Headliners, Michael Che!)
Fringe in 5 with Russell Kane
One of our faves and Barry Award winner, Russell Kane will be filming daily updates from the Fringe as part of a internet-series called Fringe in 5. Read about here and keep and eye out for the episodes, starting from August 5.
Aussie, Aussie, Aussie!
Chortle UK has featured 10 of the best Australian comedians heading to Edinburgh this year - a few familiar Festival faces in there!
YouTube stars on the Fringe
With YouTube and podcast bringing comedy to fans across the world, many comedians are finding a huge following online. Check out Chortle's list of some of the YouTube stars headlining the Fringe, including Alex Williamson, fresh from a sell-out MICF season.
Top 20 Immigrants to Edinburgh
The best comics in the world will make Edinburgh their home for a month during the Fringe. Here is London is Funny's list of the Top 20, including Australians Ronny Chieng, Matt Okine, David Quirk, Dayne Rathbone and Rhys Nicholson, and MICF favourites Bo Burnham, FanFiction, Tig Notaro, Michael Che and Caroline Rhea!
Dave Callan - Why I'm Doing Edinburgh
One of our Festival regulars writes about why he continues to make the journey to Edinburgh.
Hot Dub Time Machine
Festival favourite DJ Tom Loud is back in Edinburgh with the best party ever - Hot Dub Time Machine (complete with at least 99 red balloons!) Check it out...
For more news from the Fringe, check out Chortle UK.
Dr Professor Neal Portenza
Full of It - the True or False Show
Kelfi & Fikel
Lisa-Skye - Ladyboner
Not Suitable for Drinking
Max & Ivan - the Barry Award nominees with their brand new show, The Reunion
Paul Foot - Words, a new show from two-time Barry Award nominee, Mr Foot
Sarah Millican - Home Bird, a run of her sell-out 2013 MICF show
Rich Hall - the 2013 Barry Award winner is doing both stand-up and hoedown in Edinburgh
Pajama Men - Just the Two of Each of Us, the 2013 MICF hit
Simon Munnery - Fylm, a new show from the Fringe master
Rubberbandits - Irish hip-hop's bad boys
David O'Doherty Will Try to Fix Everything - in his new show!
Jenny Eclair - her hit 2013 MICF show Eclairious
Michael Che - Cartoon Violence, a new show from one of our 2013 Headliners
Set List - Stand-Up Without a Net - on the spot comedy at it's finest
The Wrestling II - a one-off spectacular event from Max & Ivan, pitting comedians against wrestlers. (Yes, you read right.)
Glenn Wool - This Roads Has Tolls
Mark Thomas - 100 Acts of Minor Dissent
Alex Horne - Lies
New Art Club - Feel About Your Body
The Horne Section Live in a Cow
Trevor Noah - The Racist, return season from 2013 Barry Award nominee
Russell Kane - Smallness
Listen into the happenings from the Fringe, from the comfort of your home (or train ride, or office chair...) There are loads of great live and recorded podcasts all across the Festival.
Richard Herring's Fringe Podcast
The Comedian's Comedian - with Stuart Goldsmith
Greg Proops - The Smartest Man in the World
Amnesty's Secret Comedy Podcast
Peacock and Gamble
Bear Pit Comedy Podcast Podcast
Do the Right Thing
Pleasance Theatre podcast
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