Katerina Vrana, "Feta with the Queen." 22:00, 2nd -- 25th August, Laughing Horse @ Espionage, Victoria St, Edinburgh.
Alongside her legacy as Aunt Hilda in "Sabrina, the teenage witch," Caroline Rhea has enjoyed a successful stand-up career to date, including several past outings at the Fringe. Her newest show includes a variety of spontaneous musings from one of America's best loved small screen stars.
"Caroline Rhea." 20:15, 31st July -- 26th August, Gilded Balloon Teviot, Edinburgh.
Susan Calman's comedy CV is undoubtedly one of the most masterful on the circuit. Having appeared across radio, television and the stage for nearly a decade, the diminutive Scot is developing her latest show with the help of an Edinburgh audience this summer.
"Susan Calman: Always (A Work in Progress)." 18:00, 1st -- 12th August, Stand III & IV, York Place, Edinburgh.
Acerbic satirist Zoe Lyons is gracing the Fringe this year with "Pop up Comic" -- a show that isn't afraid to ask the big questions. Prams for dogs and so much more are covered with the trademark Lyons energy that has cemented her status as a favorite on the U.K. hit show "Mock the Week."
"Zoe Lyons -- Pop up Comic." 17:00, 1st -- 25th August, Assembly Rooms, George St, Edinburgh.
"Game of Thrones" star Gemma Whelan is no stranger to the small screen, but this year sees her take character comedy to Edinburgh's stage for the first time. Chastity Butterworth, Whelan's charming yet incongruous creation, is going all out this year.
"Chastity Butterworth & The Spanish Hamster." 17:45, 31st July -- 26th August, Assembly Roxy, Roxburgh Place, Edinburgh.
Offbeat comedian Bridge Christie returns to the Fringe this year with her latest offering "A Bic for Her." As a front runner in the funny feminist brigade, Christie's eighth solo Edinburgh show looks set to be her usual winning mix of avant-garde entertainment.
"Bridget Christie -- A Bic for Her." 11:10, 3rd -- 25th August, The Stand, York Place, Edinburgh.