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Displaying events between July 1st and July 31st

Join Psychological Magician Neb in one final bid to resurrect his past career as a musician, combining music with powerful mindreading!

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Mon 1st

An honest and humorous look at the lengths we go to to find happiness.

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Wed 3rd, Mon 15th

Southend Fringe Festival Presents Club Glitoris. A drag, cabaret, burlesque, comedy night for all the weird and wonderful people to come together and party the night away.

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Thu 4th

The world's longest running live comedy show! Topical satire told through sketches and songs, updated every week.

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Thu 4th, Fri 5th, Sat 6th, Sun 7th, Thu 11th, Fri 12th, Sat 13th, Sun 14th, Thu 18th, Fri 19th, Sat 20th, Sun 21st, Thu 25th, Fri 26th, Sat 27th, Sun 28th

A fully improvised musical (with improvised live music), based on an audience suggestions on of a film, performed by an all-female cast.

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Sat 6th, Sun 7th

Tamsyn Kelly grew up on an estate near Lands End, with a dangerous father, a disabled mother and a dream of one day moving to London to become a total bad-ass with enough money to buy fancy food and drink espresso martinis. 10 years after leaving home, has she succeeded? Isa has been obsessed with outer space all her life, and she spent twenty years trying to become an astronaut. Did she ever get any closer?

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Mon 8th

Grace Campbell is a comedian rapidly making a name for herself in the UK stand up scene. Now, Grace is writing her debut Edinburgh solo show, Why I’m Never Going Into Politics. Tamsyn Kelly is a comedian, actor and director. As a comedian she has supported Seann Walsh, Omid Djalili and Jessie Cave, she has also appeared with Russell Kane on Rage Room (Channel 4), as well as Things You Shouldn’t Say on BBC3. Tamsyn directs and performs drag and was a finalist in Man Up 2018.

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Tue 9th

An unapologetic hour of low-brow, high-camp sketch comedy from Laura Curnick & Jack Mosedale.

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Wed 10th

Award-winning comedian returns to the Canal Cafe Theatre with a brand new character show all about finding happiness.

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Thu 11th

Award-winning Edinburgh favourite - Jess Robinson returns with a BRAND NEW show and her fabulous live band. Join Jess for a fun-packed hour of comedy, music and vocal fireworks as you’re transported by the ‘human jukebox’ through improvised musical mash-ups and spot on impressions – from TV celebs to stars of the silver screen, via Cardi B and Lady Gaga. Star of The Now Show and The imitation Game “Spot on Diva take-downs… spectacular” Mail On Sunday “Incredible talent… Mind blowing” Scottish Sun “A feel good, celebratory show” Observer “Pitch perfect” Times

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Fri 12th, Thu 25th

THE UNTOLD STORY OF A GAY FAIRYTALE PRINCE – THE HOT NEW MUSICAL COMEDY DISNEY PARODY

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Sat 13th, Sun 14th, Wed 17th, Thu 18th

A hilarious comedy drag séance - expect celeb appearances, song, dance, and a peek into the underworld!

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Wed 17th, Wed 24th

American comedian Steve Budd brings a dozen characters to life in this hit solo comedy about looking for love, and sometimes, finding it.

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Fri 19th, Sat 20th, Fri 26th, Sat 27th

Award-winning Edinburgh favourite - Jess Robinson & Jenny Bede return in a BRAND NEW double bill show!

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Mon 22nd

Backed by a live jazz trio, Melinda’s show is a sophisticated romp through social and political satire, packed with provocative original songs on internet trolling, cougars, hipsters, sex-pest cowboys, as well as an appearance by Melania Trump. Melinda has been a sell-out success at Crazy Coqs Zedel (London) and The Metropolitan Room New York. “Gloriously over the top…every pun hit the mark” ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ The Times

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Tue 23rd

Brace yourself for Liz Cotton, she is a comic songwriter unlike any other: a classical guitarist with a penchant for sex and satire, she tells tales of wanton ghosts, artful arthritics and burning desires on Bonfire Night.

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Wed 24th