The BBC has announced that Scots comedian Limmy will create and star in a new comedy series.
Scots comedian Larry Dean on personal shows, turning sadness into laughs and Kevin Bridges’ invaluable advice
For approaching seven long years, Larry Dean has had no more than five days holiday from stand-up.
If you're looking for an hour of well-crafted, funny and easily enjoyable comedy, Tania Edwards' Don't Mention It deserves to be, well, mentioned.
Edinburgh Fringe review: Jess Robinson dazzles with both her celebrity impressions and her own stunning voice
It's lucky the circus-like tent that forms The Assembly Rooms' Bijou venue is held down well, otherwise the sheer power of Jess Robinson's vocals would surely blow it away.
Even on her last performance before a well-earned day off, Laura Lexx is full of bright energy from the get-go in her show Knee Jerk.
Fringe Q&A: The Guilty Feminist’s Deborah Frances-White answers our questions ahead of Amnesty International show
The brand new Secret Policeman's Tour heads to Edinburgh's Playhouse next Saturday on the final weekend of the Fringe.
It's a tight squeeze in the Banshee Labyrinth's Cinema Room as Jack Barry takes to the stage.
Any suggestions? Meet the Whovians turning their sci-fi passion into an improvised Doctor Who parody Fringe show
“Honestly, officer, I was just pretending to be a Dalek.”
It's a wonder Adam Hess doesn't collapse in a heap at the end of every show with the amount of energy he puts in.
Edinburgh Fringe preview: Francis Boulle swaps Chelsea for Edinburgh as he aims for dream comedy career
Made In Chelsea star Francis Boulle will get his first proper taste of the Edinburgh Fringe as he starts a run of shows tonight.
Edinburgh Fringe Review: Stephen Buchanan’s Baby Dove is a warm and hilarious tale of life at home with his mum and a refugee
Having brought his audience to an area labelled "The Cellar" where they were met with backless benches as seating, it could have been an uncomfortable hour for Stephen Buchanan's full Fringe debut.