Sunday 15 July

Doors: Doors 8pm 1st Show - 8.30pm 2nd Show 9.45pm

Tickets: not available not available

A chance to catch two full shows for less than the price of one before they go up to the Edinburgh Festival.  We aim to recreate the true Edinburgh experience – no audience, no pay for the acts, great fun!  We have an enviable record in predicting the big-hit shows before they win awards

Andrea Hubert: Holes Of Joy

Life is a heavy blanket of sadness and if you want joy, you've got to poke some holes. Yes, that's basic Buddhism, but let's let her think she invented it, okay? Join BAFTA prize-winning writer (***** Andrea as she tries to make the world a better place. Not the whole world, of course. Just a tiny corner. Trigger warning to bee lovers, porn haters and people who feel weird when a Jew says the word 'Jew' – there'll be lots of that type of nonsense.


Legendary club comic, Fringe stalwart and raconteur of darkness, Carey Marx, is back with his latest show

Donald Trump is President so sod it. Carey’s going to do what he wants.

Taking a lesson from the leader of the free world, Carey’s decided to become arrogant, certain and unapologetic. What happens when he’s above reproach? Greatness happens. Yes, everything Carey turns his hand to becomes magically magnificent.

Goodbye integrity and humility. Hello delusion and dishonesty.

This show is going to be the best thing in history. Definitely.

Carey Marx is internationally renowned for his unique brand of dark humour and caustic wit. His wilful disregard for the controversial and delicate is tempered beautifully by his ability to find joy in the most unexpected places. Nominated for Chortle’s Best Club Comic 2017 award, don’t miss your chance to see a true comedy master.

Star of Intensive Carey; BBC Radio 4

Writer for Dave Gorman’s Modern Life is Goodish; Dave

Co-host of The Proper Gander 2017

Co-host of Citizens of Nowhere with Nick Doody 2018

"This is great comedy from a comedy master." The Scotsman ★★★★

"Another hilarious masterclass… Marx simply has a talent for telling fantastic stories, many of which display the reckless sense of a man half his age (the heart attack a few years ago slowing him only slightly), and he relates them all with sharp, cheeky jokes that tumble so briskly out you barely have time to catch your breath. No bells and whistles, just funny and plenty of it.” Chortle ★★★★

 "Anecdotally debauched” Herald ★★★★★

"A comic at his gleeful best” Edinburgh Evening News ★★★★★

"Highly engaging, devilish, menacing and totally mesmerizing” Edinburgh Guide ★★★★★

"Supremely crafted comedy” List ★★★★

"The mocking stance and unremitting march of cold logic will reduce you to howls of laughter” Daily Mail ★★★★

"My undiscovered gem for this year’s Fringe” ScotsGay ★★★★

"Sharp, sweet, cheeky, cynical, romantic and rude as he ever was.” Chortle ★★★★

"Comedy at its best” Fest ★★★★

"Thoughtful, shocking and hilarious” The Skinny ★★★★

"Obscenely funny, hilarious and curiously intelligent” Informed Edinburgh ★★★★

Carey Marx , Andrea Hubert