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50 unmissable shows at the Edinburgh Fringe 2022

We can't make it to Edinburgh ourselves this year - BUT FEAR NOT! We've picked out 50 - yes, fifty - of the offbeat, less mainstream offerings from this years Edinburgh Fringe line-up.

To Do List, 3rd August 2022

9 musical comedians to see at Edinburgh Fringe 2022

Jokes. Set to music.

Elliot Gonzalez, I Talk Telly, 26th July 2022

Assembly announces new late night Edinburgh Fringe venue

Debuted in 2019, The Flick will return as an immersive performance venue and late-night destination for the duration of the Fringe.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 4th May 2022

Diane Chorley: Modern Love review

After months of being starved of social contact, David Selley's celebration of togetherness couldn't be better timed.

Brian Logan, The Guardian, 26th August 2021

Accommodation woes

We asked a range of comedians about their accommodation at this year's Fringe, and for disaster stories from previous years.

British Comedy Guide, 14th August 2019

Edinburgh rules

Many performers set themselves Edinburgh rules, like not drinking for the month. We asked this year's Fringers what theirs are.

British Comedy Guide, 12th August 2019

I talk to Diane Chorley

"We've got booths dedicated to all the classics like George Michael and Pauline Quirke."

Elliot Gonzalez, I Talk Telly, 21st July 2019

Diane Chorley interview

Cabaret star, former club owner and Duchess of Canvey on the things that make her laugh the most.

Harriet Gibsone, The Guardian, 19th July 2019

Diane Chorley review

If you're up for a Cinzano-fuelled dance and a giggle then this bathetic nostalgia trip with the Duchess of Canvey probably won't disappoint.

Brian Logan, The Guardian, 22nd June 2015

Diane Chorley, comedy review

It was an evening of fun with this original Essex girl, as funny as a musical gig gets.

Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard, 18th June 2015

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