As today is World Fringe Day we thought it would be a good time to post about where you can catch ComedySportz at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2019! This is our 12th year at the fringe and yet again we’re taking part in the Free Festival because we believe audiences – and families in particular – should be able to see as many shows as they like without having to sell a kidney or two to afford all the tickets. Although donations are always gratefully received – of money that is, not kidneys.
We’re also delighted to once again be performing two shows a day due to popular demand – our Edinburgh shows get very busy so be sure to arrive early to avoid disappointment!
We’ll also be joined by ComedySportz players from teams all across America to make this a truly international festival.
Players will also be appearing in a number of shows from stand up to theatre to more improv and we’ve listed them below. You’ll be able to follow our adventures on social media using the hashtag #CSzED19 and let us know if you’re coming along to a show – we always love to hear from our audiences!
ComedySportz @ The Edinburgh Fringe Festival
The Pear Tree – Main Room (Venue 257) 12.20pm
The Free Sisters – Maggie’s Chamber (Venue 272) 4.30pm
This is a free non-ticketed show so there is no need to book, however you can find us on the Fringe guide here and we advise getting there early to guarantee a seat! Shows run 1 hour.
Other shows featuring ComedySportz players:
(Please note not all of these shows are family friendly!)
This improvised show is definitely for adults only as the content is likely to be very dark – as improvised sketches and scenes will be inspired by true crimes!
Don’t miss this exciting work in progress sequel to the hit wizarding world parody show.
This solo hour of stand up explores Chris’ life of being a socialist activist. Well, we say activist, that depends on what time he gets up.
Short plays inspired by characters from and the creators behind classic sitcoms. Applied too late for the guide – keep an eye on our twitter for details.
You won’t see another hour like this at the Fringe. Family friendly clowning, games going wrong and shambolic stand up – in the best possible way!
A play about Douglas Adams, deadlines and rubber ducks. Fans of Adams’ quirky and witty writing won’t want to miss this.
We are excited to once again be joining our friends at Comedy Club 4 Kids at the Fringe. It’s a great show that brings you three great family friendly acts every day of the festival – we very much recommend going to see it if you’re looking for something to take the kids to.
You can catch ComedySportz @ Comedy Club 4 Kids on 2nd, 8th and 15th August!
Be sure to make a date to catch ComedySportz when you #MakeYourFringe this year!
(And if you can’t make it to Edinburgh we’ll have Improv Mullet and our regular ComedySportz and ComedySportz 4 Tots shows at Waterside Arts in August as well!)