Edinburgh Fringe 2014: seven comedy acts not to be missed

- MSN News - Thursday, July 24th, 2014

The Edinburgh Fringe Festival kicks off in less than a fortnight with nearly 60,000 performances expected to take place.
There is bound to be something for everybody, with plenty of stand-up, sketch comedy and improv being performed from 1 to 25 August in everything from big theatres and pubs to a double decker bus and a garden shed. With so many acts to choose from, here are some of the critics’ top recommendations for comedy at the Fringe:

Bridget Christie: An Ungrateful Woman

The Guardian’s Lyn Gardner is looking forward to Bridget Christie’s follow-up to her 2013 show A Bic for Her.

She’s back with “more feminism” this year, says comedy website Chortle, including a section on female genital mutilation.

“She succeeded in getting laughs last year without making light of the issues,” it says, “so all eyes will be on her again in 2014.”

What Now?
Because You Demanded It / Mortal
A Book For Her
An Ungrateful Woman
A Bic For Her
War Donkey
Housewife Surrealist
A Ant
My Daily Mail Hell
The Court Of King Charles II – The Second
The Court Of King Charles II
The Cheese Roll

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