The Craig Ferguson Show: Gilded Balloon Rose Theatre
A hotly anticipated return to the Fringe for the first time since 1993 for the Scot – remember Bing Hitler? – who is now a chat show king in the US.
His radio show has a late night slot and promises big name star guests each night.
Anna Morris Bitchelors: Voodoo Rooms
Her 2016 improv wedding show, It’s Got To be Perfect, was brilliant and played to full houses – it was a masterclass in improv comedy, and how to get the best out of random folk plucked from the audience, each playing a part in her story.
Now, Morris is back with a new show in which four women compete to be ‘Woman of the Year.’
Doug Anthony All Stars: Pleasance
Strap yourself in as the bona-fide Fringe legends from Down Under return for a full run.
The All-Stars staged a triumphant return last year, and many thought it would be their swan song.
As always, they wrong footed us, and are back for a full run.
In comedy terms, nothing is taboo, so brace yourself for some outrageous humour, a fair of chunk it at the expense of Tim Ferguson who has MS and performs in a wheelchair.
And then there’s the songs – from the downright profane to the beautiful.
Jaw-droppingly funny, in your face, and brilliantly delivered from true legends.
Choir Of Man: Assembly Rooms
There are plenty of musical offerings on the Fringe, but this one stands out.
Nine outstanding singers who invite their audiences to sing, dance, and join them for a drink in a show that will hit every single one of your senses for six.
It has the makings of a truly unforgettable hour.
Charlotte Church Pop Dungeon: Summerhall
Last August, Charlotte Church performed at the Museum Late Night, and gobsmacked the audience with a set of incredible covers, delivered by the funkiest, most offbeat and mesmerising band you’ll ever likely to see.
Now she returns for two late nights - nd by late, we mean they run ‘til 3.00 a.m.!
Expect some incredible covers, and a groove that will carry into the early hours.