Iain Stirling - U OK HUN? X
“Provides an intriguing twentysomething perspective on the current state of his nation” The Guardian
“Possesses all the born-with-it-or-you’re-not-qualities associated with the world’s leading comics” The List
BAFTA-winning comedian Iain Stirling is back after a summer narrating smash hit Love Island (ITV2) and now you can see his actual face on his brand new tour!
Join the ‘star of comedy’ (The i) as he explores dinner party etiquette, feminism and the pressures on a generation brought up in a world of instant gratification. How has modern living affected our ability to find long term happiness? Can social media ever reflect real life? And why is the floor lava?
A firm Edinburgh Fringe favourite, Iain has sold out the festival an impressive five times to date. Currently on our screens as the host of ITV2’s newest hit gameshow CelebAbility, Iain’s intuitive razor-sharp humour has previously been seen on Virtually Famous (E4), Drunk History and Russell Howard’s Stand Up Central (both Comedy Central), Russell Howard's Good News and Sweat the Small Stuff (both BBC Three) and Fake Reaction and Safe Word (both ITV2).
Adam Hess: Feathers
After his Fosters award-nominated, sell-out debut show, Adam Hess, star of Live at the BBC, is back and he's cooler and taller than ever! He's a funny guy, has good manners and no matter how dark or light it is when he leaves the cinema he's always surprised.
Chortle Best UK Circuit Comedian 2016 nominee.
“For good-quality gags per minute, there is no better comedian on the Fringe” ★★★★ The Independent.
"Relentlessly entertaining, full of beautiful imagery" ★★★★ Time Out
"One of the most out and out hilarious shows on the fringe" ★★★★ 1/2 Chortle
"I’ve seen few shows that are funnier" ★★★★ The Times
Steve Bugeja - Unpronounceable
Steve has a bag for life, he remembers it every single time. That's not even his best chat up line and only the third coolest thing about him. BBC New Comedy Award winner, as seen on Russell Howard’s Stand Up Central (Comedy Central), Dog Ate My Homework (CBBC) and BBC 3’s Top Tens and heard on BBC Radio 4 and BBC Radio 4 Extra.
“Truly hilarious” (Fest).
“A polished hour of plentiful jokes and compelling storytelling” (Scotsman).
“Puts gags front and centre of a compelling narrative” (Chortle.co.uk).
“Big laughs and gentle pathos” (Guardian).
“An instinctive genuine comic” (ShortCom.co.uk).
“You'll like this new stand-up, an out and proud nerd” (Independent).