25 August


11:15 pm


Underbelly George Square


Age 18+ (Restricted

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BATSU! Udderbelly Special

Join us for a special one-off supersized BATSU! in Underbelly's iconic venue.

Edinburgh, are you ready? Warriors, are you ready?

Created in New York and Chicago, BATSU! returns to the Fringe after a riotous, sell-out 2023. Witness comedians compete to avoid electric shocks, paintballs, a giant chicken and many more hilarious, jaw-dropping punishments. Long, long ago, in the Land of the Rising Sun, four Warriors used the power of laughter to capture Batsu no Akuma, the Spirit of Punishment, within a sacred gong. The evil spirit has once more emerged at the Fringe and the Comedy Warriors must rise again! ‘This is truly our favourite thing we’ve ever seen, anywhere’ (Playbill).

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BATSU! Moon in association with Underbelly


60 minutes


Audience participation, Strobe lighting, Strong language/swearing


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