It's no surprise that Janine Harouni scooped the BBC New Comedy Award for 2019 last week, and that her debut show is nominated for a slew of other gongs.
Edinburgh Fringe Review
Edinburgh Fringe review: Steve Bugeja pays a sweet, hilarious and heart-warming tribute to his Single Mum
Steve Bugeja admits that a lot of people have come up to him after his show Single Mum to ask him - "do you fancy your mum?"
With pandas becoming pregnant and the world saved thanks to their comedy-rap-jazz superpowers, musical comedy duo Harry and Chris this year set their eyes on their most difficult task yet… saving the universe.
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.
A confident and engaging performer, Travis Jay makes a solid Edinburgh Fringe debut with Funny, Petty, Cool.
It's a tight squeeze in the Banshee Labyrinth's Cinema Room as Jack Barry takes to the stage.
Ashley Storrie is so desperate to get her show going that she's already on stage as the long audience queue filters in.
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 review: Jacob Hawley’s Faliraki shows he’s as adept with a quick punchline as he is a deeply personal story
Having delivered a great debut hour last year, Jacob Hawley continues his rise with another solid show.