Treating us to an array of quirky and colourful shows, Fringe World is on again until February 14. It’s no surprise that Fringe comedy shows are highly sought after, because who doesn’t love a cheeky joke? If you missed out last year, be sure to check out comedian Nadia Collins’ award winning show The Bride. The show is an idiotic, Kafka-inspired, physical comedy about a wedding day, and is well worth the five stars it received last season.

If you want to get a little taster of what to expect, Fringe World’s Best of Fest show features selected favourites from across the festival in one action-packed show. Hosted at The Comedy Lounge, the show was conveniently created for those who can’t decide what act to see. Explore our guide to Fringe’s best comedy acts for endless laughs!

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