Danny O'Hare: I Feel Fuzzy
(Required Field) Productions

Music. Comedy. Crisis. Lounge-singing puppet Danny O’Hare and his lovely backup singers whisk you through a madcap, tune-filled search for the meaning of life. A puppet show for grown-ups.

Dragtime Presents: Things Live!

Things Live! A variety cabaret of Dragtime's most unusual and magical Drag performances yet. Drag Kings, Queens and Inbetweens gather for an evening of singing, dancing, lip-syncing and oddity!

The Fabulous TT
The Fabulous TT

Compared by many to Dudley Moore and Victoria Wood, The Fabulous TT will captivate you with true stories about her life with Robert Burns, David Gest, Michael Jackson and her ambition to become the next Bond Girl!

The Girls from Oz - Because, Because, Because, Because, Because...
The Girls From Oz

Sassy and armed with killer harmonies, these Sheilas put on one helluva show! With a unique three-part harmony spin on Aussie songs, all cabaret should be this fun!

The Gravel Road Show and the Cult of True Womanhood
The Gravel Road Show

Direct from the USA, the infamous Gravel Road Show presents The Cult of True Womanhood in a world-premiere cabaret that dismantles domesticity. They are not afraid to fail.

Mason King – Game of Chance
MK Entertainment

Mason King returns for another journey into the inner depths of the human mind! Do we control our own thoughts? Do we control our decisions? Can we control our own luck?

Never Mind the Gap
Dramatic Cause

Never Mind the Gap: genres, artistes and personalities combine with the old spirit of the Fringe and collide as the talents of three different personalities come together and clash their combined talents into one show.

Two Dames, a Piano and a Whole Lot of Giggle Water
Vintage Vendetta Productions

These Roaring Twenties dames add their gin-soaked style to blues, barbershop, Broadway and beyond. ‘An hour of fun, silliness and wonderful renditions of classic hits’ ★★★★ (

Simon David

Simon needs a record deal – his unique selling point? He's a virgin! Co-written by Fringe First winner Chris Larner, Simon exploits his heartbreak through original pop songs. 'Genuinely moving moments amid comedic chaos' ( ★★★★★ (