What's On

The Scottish Comedy Festival’s fifth year will see the very brightest established acts and the most promising up-and-comers present their 2016 shows. We're shaping up to be offering one of the best programmes at the Fringe, with our heady mix of stand-up shows and sketch and character shows, solo shows and multi-bills, lunchtime hi-jinks and late night revelry, amazing full-runs and not-to-be-missed one-offs. There's something at the SCF for every comedy taste!

The shows:

The Edinburgh Revue Show
5-14, 16-29 August
12:10
FREE
Beehive 1


 

Stand-up History
5-29 August
12:25
FREE
Beehive 2

Richard Pulsford: Phrases Ready
5-7, 9-14, 16-21, 23-28 August
13:30
FREE
Beehive 1
Geeking Awesome: The Farce Awaken
13-28 August
13:40
FREE
Beehive 2

Daniel Downie: The Flamingo Diaries
4-12 August
13:40
FREE
Beehive 2

Two And A Half Old Men
5-20 August
14:40
FREE
Beehive 1

Thomson and McDougall: Leithal Weapons
21-28 August
14:40
FREE
Beehive 1

Bob Graham's Fifth Show
4-14, 16-27 August
14:55
FREE
Beehive 2

Molland & Sullivan: Freestyle Comedy 3
4-8, 10-15, 17-22, 24-28 August
15:55
FREE
Beehive 1

Gus and Keir: Top of Their Game
5-28 August
16:10
FREE
Beehive 2
Ross Leslie: Diary of a Wimpy Man
4-28 August
17:10
FREE
Beehive 1

Liam Withnail: True Defective
4-14, 16-28 August
17:25
FREE
Beehive 2

Chris Conroy
5-28 August
18:25
FREE
Beehive 1
Daisy Earl: Scottish Comedian of the Year Winner 2015
5-9, 12-15, 18-22, 25-28 August
18:50
£14
Beehive 2

Raymond Mearns is Feeling the Love
2-14, 16-29 August
19:45
FREE
Beehive 2

Shite Club: The Downfall of Jellybean Martinez
3-14, 16-21, 23-28 August
20:10
Beehive 1
FREE

Alan Anderson: Whisky for Dafties
12-16, 18-23, 25-28 August
21:10
£18/£12
Beehive 2

Scotlands's Pick Of The Fringe
4-6, 11-13, 18-20, 25-27 August
21:25
Cost varies accross nights
Beehive 1

Joe McSloy and Pablo Serski: Blacklisted
Every Mon, Tues, Wed
21:30
FREE
Beehive 1

Obie: Late, Live and Unpredictable
5-28 August
22:25
FREE
Beehive 2
 

 

Where Are We?

The Beehive Inn on Edinburgh's Grassmarket, the heart of the City's Old Town, plays host to the Scottish Comedy Festival.
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