Sara Schaefer

  • Stand-up comedian

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Underbelly puts more comedy shows on sale

The Underbelly has put another batch of Edinbugh Fringe shows on sale.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 10th May 2023

Where would you be if you weren't in Edinburgh?

Fringe comedians mull an alternative universe...

Chortle, 18th August 2017

Sara Schaefer interview

After writing gigs on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, the American standup is heading for the big time via a show at the Edinburgh festival fringe.

James Kettle, The Guardian, 15th August 2017

Trump gives Fringe performers a shot in the arm

"Things are embarrassing, sad, awful, cruel, stupid, bigoted, violent and shameful in America at the moment," says Barry Crimmins, the veteran comic from upstate New York whose latest Fringe show promises a passionate political experience fuelled by his dismay at our times.

David Pollock, The Scotsman, 7th August 2017

Our guide to the best stand-up shows

Some recommendations.

Rebecca Monks, Edinburgh Evening News, 5th August 2017

Sara Schaefer discusses 'Little White Box'

Sara Schaefer talks to us about her new show 'Little White Box' ahead of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Female First, 29th July 2017

Fringe: the best comedy shows to watch this year

The Edinburgh Fringe kicks off on August 4, with previews from August 2. Here's our pick of this year's comedy line-up. (For tickets, visit

Veronica Lee, The Telegraph, 29th July 2017

#EdFringe17: Sara Schaefer in a Little White Box

Enjoy 15 minutes of stand up and chat with Sara, the double Emmy award winning US comedian who is making her Edinburgh Festival Fringe stand up debut. Raised in the American South as a devout evangelical Christian, how does she feel about America today? Why do so many Christians support Trump?

Martin Walker, Broadway Baby, 28th July 2017

Sara Schaefer interview

Schaefer talks crazy chants, wishing she was in the future and keeping it silly.

Brian Donaldson, The List, 25th July 2017

Interview with Sara Schaefer

Sara Schaefer takes some time to talk to Voice about the show, inspirations, and to give advice to young people.

Tom Inniss, Voice Magazine, 23rd July 2017

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