Box office

On this page you’ll find listings of the shows/events we’re working on that are currently on sale, as well as links to where you can buy tickets.

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019

The Fringe shows we’re supporting that are currently on sale:

CHALK (a silent comedy.)

Venue: Greenside at Infirmary Street, Forest Theatre
Dates: 2-24 August (not 11,18)
Time: 13:55 (45mins)
Tickets: £11, £9.50, £6.50
Book your tickets now.

Girl Bully

Venue: The Place, 34-38 York Place, Edinburgh EH1 3HU
Dates: 1-10 August
Time: 20:00 (1 hour)
Tickets: FREE (as part of the Laughing Horse Free Festival)

The Gray Cat and the Flounder

Venue: Assembly, George Square Studios, Studio One
Dates: 31 July-22 August (not 12 or 19)
Time: 14:05 (1 hour), from £10
Tickets: from £10
Book your tickets now.

I’m Coming

Venue: Sweet Venues, Grassmarket 3 (Venue 18)
Dates: 2-25 August (not 14)
Time: 17:30 (50 minutes)
Tickets: £8
Book your tickets now.


Venue: Assembly Rooms
Dates: 1-25 Aug (off 12, 20)
Time: 15:30 (60mins)
Tickets: from £10
Book your tickets now.

Jock Tamson’s Bairns

Venue: Ghillie Dhu (Laughing Horse @ Ghille Dhu, Venue 410)
Dates: 21, 22, 25 August
Time: 19:00 (180 minutes)
Tickets: FREE, but book in advance to guarantee entry.


Venue: Gilded Balloon Teviot, Dining Room
Dates: 31 July, 1-12 August
Time: 20:00 (1 hour)
Tickets: from £7
Book your tickets now.

Lovecraft (Not the Sex Shop in Cardiff)

Venue: Underbelly Cowgate
Dates: 13-18 & 20-25 Aug
Time: 22:40 (6o minutes)
Tickets: from £11.50
Book your tickets now.

Young Night Thought

Venue: Pianodrome @ The Pitt (Venue 391), Pitt Street, Edinburgh
Dates: 13, 15, 19, 24 Aug
Times: 21:00, 17:00, 19:00, 19:00 (6o minutes)
Tickets: £15
Book your tickets now.

DEBATE SERIES: Pick up a Brick

To mark the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising in New York City, Civil Disobedience has partnered with the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society to create three public provocations and an ambitious LGBTQ+ mixer that aims to be the biggest toast in the city, all celebrating the past and looking to the future. Part of the Fringe Central programme in August, these events are designed for Fringe participants, but open to the public.

  • LGBT INCLUSIVE EDUCATION (debate): 9 August, 16:30 (90 minutes)
  • PERSISTENT & NASTY (debate): 15 August, 15:30 (120 minutes)
  • PICK UP A BRICK – Art as Activism (debate): 16 August, 16:30 (90 minutes)
  • BOTTOMS UP; AN LGBTQ+ MIXER: 16 August, 18:00 (60 minutes)

Find out more about our Pick up a Brick debate series

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