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Facilitators of Mirth

Tours & festivals

Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2022

Current tours

Axel Blake: In Style
Alun Cochrane: Stuff and Nonsense
The Thinking Drinkers Pub Quiz
Adam Kay - This is Going to Hurt: LIVE
Adam Kay - This is Going to Hurt: LIVE
Ray Bradshaw: The Ray Bradshow
John Robertson's 'The Dark Room'
John Robertson's 'The Dark Room'
TAPE FACE: Las Vegas 2018-2019-2020-2021
TAPE FACE: Las Vegas 2018-2019-2020-2021

Down the Rabbit Hole Festival

Outdoor Performances

Book a Tour Show

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2020

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019

Past productions

Past productions

Past productions

Past productions

Past productions

Past productions

Past productions

Past productions

Past productions

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018

Adelaide Fringe 2018

Past productions

Edinburgh fringe festival 2014

Gag Reflex is very proud to have presented a diverse and brilliant Fringe programme in 2014.  We had something for everyone, from stand-up comedy to juggling to sketch comedy to a dangerous, seductive comedy monster;

Red Bastard was back after a critically acclaimed, sell-out season in 2013. Audiences had to be prepared for anything to happen as they succumbed to the charms of America's number one bouffon. 

The Axis of Awesome returned to the Fringe with their latest musical comedy onslaught, Viva La Vida Loca Las Vegas.  They've been wowing the crowds in Australia, and they took Edinburgh by storm before embarking upon their UK tour in September.

Fin Taylor took a defiant stand against everyone he knows and their attempts at self-improvement in a sharp & brilliant debut hour of stand-up comedy.

We encouraged people to Come Heckle Christ as Jesus Christ Himself, who rose again in Edinburgh this August.  If you'd ever wanted to ask the Son of God something, people had their chance!  Award-winner Josh Ladgrove improvised a masterful performance as he invited one and all to heckle Jesus Christ.  No, really.

Dan Nightingale was back once again with another hour of top-notch stand-up comedy.  The show had already won popular & critical acclaim at the New Zealand International Comedy Festival. people were invited to go and see for themselves if he was successful in his attempts not to be a dick…

Harriet Dyer explored the thin line between eccentric & "mental" in a hilarious and touching look back at her life so far, in a debut hour that was funny as it was fascinating.

Andrew O'Neill returned to Edinburgh with a show that had already been nominated for Best Show at Dave's Leicester Comedy Festival. Guests laughed as well as learned, as he took them through the history of his favourite thing in the world: heavy metal.  

Stephen Bailey wore his Neon Heart on his sleeve and told us about finding The One, breaking up and moving on, just like Katy Perry's world tour (without the budget) in his debut hour.

Gein's Family Giftshop had an hour of dark, absurd sketches which delighted and disgusted in equal measure; the group have had an excellent year so far, appearing at various festivals all over the UK and winning the Audience Choice & Best Show awards at London Sketch Fest.  

LLoyd Griffith looked set to break some hearts with his very sexy new show showcasing his comedic and choral talents as he made his full-length Fringe debut.

Mat Ricardo won over audiences and critics alike last year with his jaw-dropping outing Showman. He was back in the Jack Dome as part of a UK tour, a chance to see this world-class juggler doing what he does best.

Jonny Awsum made his Fringe debut with his barnstorming musical comedy stylings in Sexy Noises. It was a feel-good hour of raucous audience participation and friendly banter.

And if that wasnt enough, we had the return of Another F*cking Variety Show. A veritable cavalcade of Cabarati descended on the Queen Dome every night, featuring the finest comedic & cabaret talents the Fringe had to offer.


The Axis of Awesome
Viva La Vida Loca Las Vegas

Gilded Balloon, Debating Hall

9:00pm 30th July to 24th August (not 21st August)

Stephen Bailey
Neon Heart

Gilded Balloon, Wee Room

4.15pm 30th July to 24th August (not 11th)

Red Bastard

Pleasance, Forth

7pm, 30th July to 24th August (not 6, 11, 12, 18)

Mat Ricardo

Pleasance, Jack Dome

8.10pm, 31st July to 16th August (not 11th)

Lloyd Griffith
Voice of an Angel, Body of a Truck Driver

Pleasance This - Pleasance Courtyard

7.15pm, 30th July to 24th August (not 11th)

Lili la Scala
Another F*cking Variety Show

Pleasance Queen Dome

11.00pm 31st July – 23rd August (not 11/ 18/ 24th)

Jonny Awsum
Sexy Noises

Gilded Balloon, Balcony

10.15pm, 30th July to 24th August (not 11th)

Harriet Dyer
Barking at Aeroplanes

Laughing Horse, The Alcove, Bar 50

8.30pm, 31st July to 24th August ( not 11th)

Gein's Family Giftshop
Volume 1

Pleasance Attic

10.45pm, 30th July to 24th August (not 11th)

Fin Taylor
Real Talk

Just the Tonic, The Tron

10.20pm, 31st July to 24th August (not 12th)

Dan Nightingale
Is Trying His Best Not to be a Dick

Pleasance Jack Dome

5.30pm, 30th July to 24th August (not 11th)

Come Heckle Christ

Pleasance Courtyard, Above

10.20pm, 31st July to 24th August (not 11th, 18th, 25th)

Andrew O'Neill
History of Heavy Metal

Pleasance Jack Dome

9pm, 30th July to 24th August (not 21st )

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