Weirdest Shows At This Year’s Edinburgh Fringe

Interested in witnessing many mind-boggling shows which leave you puzzled and yearning for more? Well, look no further than the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. This year’s Fringe will be showcasing some rather outlandish performances. We’ve gathered the top five shows that cannot be missed this year:

 

The Bubble Show

Bubble Show for Adults Only  C venues – C (Venue 34) Aug 13-28

Naughty bubbles, acrobatics, juggling and rude jokes with Disney themes throughout… what more could you ask for? The Australian group Kurt Murray and Lulia Benze will leap across the stage and reveal all about their sex life through the form of BUBBLES in this quirky yet impressive show at Venue C. 

 

Adventurers Wanted: A 250-Hour Epic Tabletop Roleplaying Game  Sweet Holyrood (Venue 94) Aug 6-23, 26-28

Ever fancied escaping from a lava covered volcano, slaying a dragon or hunting for golden treasure? Well, this performance could be for you. This informal, upbeat and exciting performance involves role-play so be prepared for some mystical fun. The show is relaxed and suitable for all viewers.

 

Wank Bank Masterclass

Wank Bank Masterclass Gilded Balloon Teviot (Venue 14) Aug 6-8, 10-15, 17-22, 24-26

This wacky Australian performance involves an insightful yet entertaining look at the male reproductive system… you may learn something new about your parts as you sit in a circle with a carrot or cucumber at hand. 

 

The Marriage of Kim K

The Marriage of Kim K  C venues – C (Venue 34) Aug 6-8, 10-15, 17-22, 24-28

Ever wondered why Kim K and Kris’ marriage didn’t work out? Well, perhaps this musical can help. This seamless musical take on Kim K’s divorce from world-famous Kris Humphries and Mozart’s Figaro involves the stories of three couples each with different love stories and all suffering from the same problem of how to love without heartache. Can they do it? 

 

Wild Bore

Wild Bore Traverse Theatre (Venue 15) ​Aug 8-13, 15-20, 22-27

This upbeat theatre show from Soho Theatre and Malthouse Theatre involves three performers who combine funny performance with politics: Zoe Coombs Marr, Ursula Martinez and Adrienne Truscott play critics at their own play. This show is everything heart-warming, funny and exciting. 

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