After a year off from the Fringe, Ivo Graham is back with a brand new hour, Educated Guess.
Combining juggling with comedy, Marcus Monroe is making his solo Edinburgh Fringe debut this year with his first solo hour, The Rise and Fall of Marcus Monroe.
Eleanor Conway debuted her first Edinburgh hour to a free audience last year and this August she’s returning to the Fringe with a 70-minute version of Eleanor Conway’s Walk of Shame.
Today the BBC have announced twelve brand new comedy pilots across BBC One, BBC Two and BBC Three.
Following his debut in Edinburgh in 2015 and his BBC Three series Happy Man earlier this year, Jack Rooke is returning to the Fringe this year with his second show, Happy Hour.
After Edinburgh last year, Fringe favourite Chris Turner moved to America but he’s still spending the month of August in the UK with his new hour, What a Time to Be Alive.
He’s spent three years away from the Fringe but now Terry Alderton is back with a brand new show All Crazy Now, loosely based on his BBC Radio 4 series.
Stoph Demetriou is making his debut at the Edinburgh Fringe with his first solo hour The Dunning-Kruger Effect, but he’s no stranger to the Fringe.
Star of Storage Hunters, Sean Kelly is making his Edinburgh Fringe debut this year with not one, but two shows.
He took a year off from the Fringe in 2015, returned last year and this year Paul McCaffrey is wasting no time in returning with a brand new hour, Suburban Legend.
As we say goodbye to Love Island this week there are plenty of new shows starting this week to distract us.
Having made his debut last year, Elliot Steel is returning to the Fringe with his second solo hour, Near Life Experience.
Naz Osmanoglu is returning to the Fringe this year with something a little bit different, The Naz Show.
Suzi Ruffell is back at the Fringe this year with her brand new show, Keeping It Classy.
One of the most exciting American stand-up comedians Ellyn Daniels is making her Edinburgh Fringe debut this year with her show Emotional Terrorism.
This year, Stephen Bailey returns to the Fringe with his fourth show, Can’t Think Straight.
This August, Adam Hess returns to the Fringe with his third show, Cactus.
He’s been wowing audiences in America thanks to his current appearance on America’s Got Talent but forensic mind reader Colin Cloud is returning to home soil for a whole month at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
This year sees the return of Daniel Cook, who only made his stand-up debut last year but is already back with his second show, For Money.
Athena Kugblenu has been up at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival for a few years but this year marks her debut hour, KMT.