April 24th 7:30pm

Two of the finest Edinburgh sorts - do stuff to entertain people in advance of finalising things for August



Eleanor Morton is a Scottish stand-up, writer and actor. She is also a performer with the London comedy group Weirdos, and a regular member of Comedian’s Cinema Club.

Eleanor’s notable gigs include supporting Josie Long in 2012 and Tony Law and in 2014. Recently she supported Stewart Francis on his Pun Gent tour, and Frankie Boyle on his ‘Hurt Like You’ve Never Been Loved’ tour.

Eleanor has written for The BBC programmes ‘What’s Funny About The Referendum?’ and SKETCHLAND, and appeared on BBC Scotland’s ‘Scots Squad’ and the BBC’s online ‘Room To Write’.

She has also been a panelist and writer on Radio Scotland’s ‘Breaking The News’, and appeared on Radio4Extra. In 2016 she be returning to The Stand Comedy Club for her third solo show at The Edinburgh Fringe.

Eleanor is currently working on a CBBC taster with Fresh Meat director Annie Griffin.


Yup - that is the question......

Ed tries to understand who he is, in uncertain times, and whether it’s still possible to grasp the infinite …with jokes this year.
‘Dead-pan dynamo’
‘Still the master of the genre’