We’re not the only nerdy comedy show at the Fringe this year, so we’ve put together this list of show that you might like if you like us!
“Voice of an Angle” – solo hour of science, songs and stand-up from FOTSN’s geek songstress Helen Arney
Humans v Nature – new show from FOTSN’s stand-up mathematician Matt Parker with Timandra Harkness
Domestic Science (free!) – lunchtime comedy and geekery with Helen Arney, Rob Wells and special guests.
And of course OUR ACTUAL SHOW this year.
Gemma Arrowsmith – Defender of the Earth – brilliant character comedy, we love this show!
Helen Keen – Robot Woman of the Future – a new brilliant hour from the writer of It IS Rocket Science.
Richard Wiseman – Psychobabble (free!) – only 6 shows from bestselling author & psychologist. Expect jokes, tricks and science.
Tom Goodliffe – All In Good Time – the big friendly nerd (and maths rapper) has a new show all about time.
Yianni Agisilaou – Numb & Number – great show about digits and what they mean to this fantastic Aussie stand-up.
Keira Daley – Ladynerd – science meets cabaret meets Marie Curie and the woman who invented Tipp-ex
The Beta Males – Space Race – the fun-filled four-man sketch group take on the final frontier
Adam Kay’s Bum Notes – smutty songs and surprisingly clever musical comedy from the ex-doctor
Owen Niblock – Codemaker – new show about computer programming from the creator of the gig-a-tron, the world’s first AI comedian
Edinburgh Skeptics host three weeks of shows celebrating science, reason and critical thinking. Different guests every show
What are your nerdy tips for the Fringe this year? Add them below!