Edinburgh Fringe ticket deal: a list of all the free shows

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Until midnight Sunday, July 31, we’re giving away 20,000 free Fringe tickets in association with edfest.com. Here’s how to claim yours:

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2) Receive your exclusive offer code by email

4) Look for one of the shows listed below

5) Choose your preferred date and – if there are still free tickets available – enter your code in the box provided. Don’t miss this opportunity: all tickets are issued on a first-come, first-served basis.

The Scot/Scotland in the Sunday teams

My Leonard Cohen: Up Close and Personal

Happy Hour by Dixie Longate

Lord of the Rings to one man

Star Wars™ One-Man Trilogy

Sean Choolburra: Didj and dance!

The gods, the gods, the gods

The Return of the Mighty Kids Beatbox Comedy Show

Famous puppet death scenes

Flo & Joan: sweet release

Frank Skinner: 30 years of dirt

Americana: A Murderous Ballad

Magical Bones: magic of the soul

Reuben Kaye: The Butch is back

The Kaye Hole Hosted by Reuben Kaye

Tina del Twist: Caravan in the Sky

Jo Griffin: people person

Paul Williams: In the Moonlight

Ryan Lane will be here now in a minute

The Adventures of Sleepyhead

How I Learned What I Learned from August Wilson

Looking For Me Friend: The Music of Victoria Wood

Rachel Bradley: Beauty from the Ashes

The Oxford Revue and Other Barnyard Animals

Watson: The Last Problem

We Are Traffic: An Uber Adventure

Native Comedy Stars

Dan Rath: Cockroach Party

Emmy Blotnick: The 30 Perfumes of Jennifer Lopez: A Show About Death, Betrayal and Financial Ruin

Jody Kamali: Ironing Board Man

Jonny & The Baptists: dance like nothing happened

Mrs. Roosevelt flies to London

Never Letting Go: An Unauthorized Account of James Cameron’s Titanic

Sam Taunton: Yoho Diabolo

Andy Field: Ideas (,) Man

Danielle Walker: Nostalgia

How to build a wax figure

Jake Cornell and Marcia Belsky: Man and Woman

Nikki Britton: one small step

Fool Muun Komming! [BeBgWunderful/YEsyes/ Hi5.4sure.TruLuv;Spank Spank:SOfun_Grate_Times]

The Gash theater needs space

Kate Butch: Screaming Shit

Your Aunt Fanny: Muff Said

Peppa Pig – My First Gig

Queenz – The show with balls!

Taiwanese Season: Light of Life

We should definitely have more dancing

Jinkx Monsoon: she still has it! (with major scales)

Monski Mouse Baby Cabaret

Baby Disco Dance Hall by Monski Mouse

An evening without Kate Bush

Best of the Fest: the new class

The Idiot Circus: Death is Coming

Will Pickvance: half man half piano

Liars and Clowns: A Late Night Comedy Show

Melissa Stephens: HOT DOGS AND TEARS

Tom DeTrinis: I HATE NEW YORK

Dom Chambers: The False Wizard

Grace Petrie: Teenage Butch For Nothing

Rob Auton: The Crowd Show

Two Hearts: We are pregnant and the baby is music

Isabelle Farah: Irresponsible

Jordan Gray: Is it a bird?

Michelle Brasier: medium bear

Diane Chorley: Down the Movie

My Seven Wonders by Clive Anderson

Debra Stephenson: The Many Voices of Debra Stephenson

The Adventures of Bo Peep

Guy and his bantu american

Christopher Titus: Transporting Monsters

Dinosaurs and all that garbage

Randy Feltface: alien with extraordinary abilities

Susie McCabe: Born Believer

Lottie Platchett took a hatchet

Fred Macaulay in conversation

Best Of So you think you’re funny?

Fergus and Kate songs

Robyn Perkins: A million dollars maybe

Will Tell and the Big Bad Baron

Magic Roman’s Summer Vacation

REDEEMher: How I Messed Up My Perfect Mormon Life

Kevin Flynn: Fear of HeightsR

Christy Coysh: Bangarang!

Jeena Bloom: the reunion queen

Club Valentine’s Comedy Hour

The Transfiguration of Mrs. Lamen

So you think you’re funny? Competition sleeves

Leah Lamarr: NFT (Nice Fucking Tits)

AAA Stand-Up Late at Gilded Balloon

Tehran Von Ghasri: will be canceled

Jon Courtenay: against all odds

Mark Thompson Spectacular Science Show

Anna Clifford: I see mortal people

Mat Ricardo: the extraordinary gentleman

Tom Crosbie: A Nerd’s Vision

John Robertson: The Darkroom

Attenborough and his animals

Sex advice for straight women from a gay man

Basil Brush: Unleashed and Uncut

The nauseating prom of the 90s

Great Value Comedy Show Early

Late High Value Comedy Show

Just te Tonic’s Afternoon Delight

Just Tonic’s Midnight Show

Jack Gleadow: Jack’s Entertainment

Biscuit Barrel: Wafering Heights

Luca Cupani: Happy Orphan

Molly Leigh-Moy & Carla Gordon: According to my previous apologies…

The Curious Incidents of the Gay in the Night

Will Preston can’t face reality

Ted Hill: All Presidents

Shannon Matthews The Musical

Sheraz Yousaf: the Google man

You don’t have to be crazy to work here (WIP)

Joseph Parsons: equalizer

Abigail Rolling: Shit Lawyer

Anthony DeVito: My father is not Danny DeVito

How to record the best album of all time

The Halls of Ridiculous: Improvised Sketch Show

Finlay and Joe: the perpetual hype machine

Ryan Wingfield: Trophy Husband

Jim Daly: football and fatherhood

Marcel Lucont Etc. – A Chat Show

Best Scottish Comedy Award

Sugar-Coated Sisters: Bittersweet

Liam Farrelly, God’s brother-in-law

Connor Burns: Live, Laugh, Hate

Set List: Comedy Sans Net

Craig Hill: I always knew I had it in me!

Aaron Simmonds: Hot Wheels

Alasdair Beckett-King: Never Again

An audience with Milly-Liu

Ania Magliano: Absolutely no worries if this is not the case

Any suggestions, doctor? The improvised parody of Doctor Who

Arthur Smith: My 75th birthday at the Edinburgh Fringe

Atsuko Okatsuka: the intruder

The Best of Edinburgh Showcase Show

Black is the color of my voice

Blodlina: The Viking Musical

Britney: friends and nothing more

Captain Jake and the Forbidden Island

Captain Zak and the Space Pirates

Charlotte Johnson: My Father and Other Lies

Christian BrightyPlayboy

Christopher BlissCaptain Words Eye

Ciarán Dowd: King Rodolfo

Colin Hoult: The Death of Anna Mann

Deaf ears: how I learned to hear

Doktor Kaboom and the Wheel of Science!

Fantastically great women who changed the world

Fills Monkey: We’re gonna drum you up

Fladam’s musical Hootennany!

Freddie Hayes: Potato Head

Glenn Moore: Will you still need me, will you still feed me, Glenn, I’m sixty

Hal Cruttenden: It’s better if you hear it from me

Helen Bauer: Madame Good Tit

Ivo Graham: My Future My Clutter

Jamie D’Souza: Stop Drawing Willies On My Poster

Jayde Adams: Men, I can save you

Josh Jones: Wasting Space

Katie Pritchard: Disco Ball

Ki and Dee – On the Sesh

Kwame Asante: Living in Sin

Leo Reich: Who cares? !

Lucy Porter: Awakening

Luke Kempner: Macho Macho Man

Luke Wright: The Remains of Logan Dankworth

Night Dance Floor Fillers by Luke Wright (Poems)

Made in Britain

Marcus Brigstocke: Absolute Shower

Mark Watson: It Can’t Be That

Mary Beth Barone: Silly Little Girl

Matt Forde: Clowns to my left, Jokers to the right

Mervyn Stutter’s choice of bangs

Michael Akadiri: No scrub

Mind Mangler: member of the tragic circle

Baby moon dragons for children under 1

Lunar Dragon for ages 5 and under

Morgan Rees: bi and tall

Movin’ Melvin Brown: a man, a magic, a music

My lover was a salmon in the climatic apocalypse

Nic Sampson: Marathon, 1904

Nick Helm: what have we become?

Nina Conti: The Dating Show

Njambi McGrath: Black Black

Please feel free to share

Ray Badran: sweet baby Ray

Red Richardson: Gunshots

Bedroom – A bedroom of one’s own

Sara Barron: Grudge

Scientific Adventures: The Mighty Pickle

Sean McLoughlin: So be it

Sex with friends (and other small disasters)

Sheep: ten years, ten laughs

Shit-faced Shakespeare: Macbeth

Shlomo’s Beatbox Adventure for Kids

Showstopper! The Improvised Musical

Sikisa: the life of the party

Simon Brodkin: Damn

SK Shlomo: Breathe: the piece that becomes a rave

Smashing Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet

Superhero Academy: Environmental Adventure!

Tessa Coates: get your Tessa coats that you pulled

The Cambridge Footlights International Tour Show 2022: are we there yet?

Lily and John’s Greatest Hits

The importance of being…serious?

The man who thought he knew too much

The deputy, Aunty Mandy and me

Tiff Stevenson: Sexy Brain

Today I killed my very first bird

Victoria Melody: head game

You’re Safe Until 2024: Deep Story

Yuriko Kotani: Kaiju About

A very old man with huge wings

Stop trying to be fantastic

A place that belongs to monsters

Guide to Surviving Male Territory

The girl who was good at lying

Move fast and break things

Dyra (2 per day – not per show)

Eulogy (2 per day – not per show)

Ghosts of the near future

Every word was once an animal

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