The Edinburgh Fringe Festival beckons once again and I will be there with three amazing shows. Two have been picked by Lyn Gardner in her What To See & Where To Go at Edfringe 2017 and Jamie has also been picked by Time Out as 1 of only 14 shows that they have their eyes on for the Fringe. Then there's this super secret show that I'm not allowed to tell anyone about yet. More on that soon. If you can't make it to Edinburgh, there are opportunities to see both Jamie and Javaad in action in London at our Ovalhouse Edfringe Previews.


Jamie Wood - I AM A Tree

Following the success of Beating McEnroe and O No!; award winning, international, , anarchic art clown Jamie Wood presents his new show I am a Tree.

Thurs 27 - Sat 29 Jul - Ovalhouse, London 

Mon 14 – Sun 27 Aug - Assembly George Square Theatre (Omnitorium, Venue 8)

One of Time Out’s 14 Shows To See At the Edinburgh Fringe

“I’ll be heading to [Assembly] as soon as I can to see consummate clown Jamie Wood in I Am a Tree” – Lyn Gardner’s What To See & Where To Go at Edfringe 2017

Time Out - Top Picks for Edinburgh

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JAVAAD ALIPOOR - THe BELIevers are but brothers

Javaad Alipoor's debut show as performer, writer and co-director comes to the Fringe as part of the illustrious Northern Stage @ Summerhall program. It's a show about tech savvy extremists, gamergate, the alt-right, Donald Trump, ISIS and a generation of resentful, directionless, violent young men.

Weds 12 - Sat 15 Jul - Edfringe Previews, Ovalhouse, London

Sat 5 – Sat 26 Aug - Northern Stage @ Summerhall

"A boldly staged, gut-twistingly resonant lecture on internet radicalisation" ★★★★ The Stage

"A brilliant show and a vital Fringe event..." ★★★★ The Scotsman

★★★★ The Herald

★★★★The Independent

**** theweereview.com

Picked for Lyn Gardner’s What To See & Where To Go at Edfringe 2017

Longlisted for the Amnesty International Freedom of Expression Award



For one night only, #TORYCORE returns to the Fringe. Chris Thorpe, Lucy Ellinson and Steve Lawson bring the noise, the anger and the pure evil of conservative policy, to the fore.


19th August, 11:45pm. Paines Plough Roundabout, Summerhall. Edinburgh.