Luke Rollason's Infinite Content

Comedy (absurdist, clown)

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  • 12:00
  • Aug 25
  • 1 hour
  • Suitability: 12+ (Guideline)
  • Country: United Kingdom - England
  • Group: Luke Rollason / Bright Buoy
  • Warnings and additional info: Buy a ticket in advance to guarantee entry or Pay What You Want at the venue. Audience Participation
  • Babes in arms policy: Babies do not require a ticket
  • Policy applies to: Children under 18 months


Switch on your phones and switch off your brains, as one idiot enters the cloud and puts his mind on a spin cycle for your entertainment. Welcome to a slapstick Black Mirror that is guaranteed to make us all mutual friends. Viral nonsense from the 'amazingly entertaining' ***** ( celebrity internet nonentity Luke Rollason. Unlimited calls and texts and time and space and hope and everybody wins an iPad. 'Made me cry with laughter' **** ( 'Hugely entertaining' (

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  • Accessible entry: Information not supplied
  • Wheelchair access type: Not fully wheelchair accessible

  • Stairs: 11- 20
    Number of stairs is provided as guidance and is not in addition to any wheelchair access type (lift/ramp etc) stated above.

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Yvette Owen 113 days ago

This show is just bonkers but brilliant. If you want to spend an hour laughing at the pure crazy that is Luke Rollason then go an see Infinite Content. You won't regret it

Anna Milkstone 114 days ago

A juicy explosión for the conoseur with a short attention span. Prepare your eyeballs for an hour of delightful visual gags and kind audience interaction. Nothing will make you feel more alone(in a good way) than the feeling you are on your favourite meme/listicle website. A treat for those who enjoy a bit of 'random YouTube comedy types'.

Amy McDonald 114 days ago

Probably one of the weirdest and quirkiest shows you’ll see at the Fringe but it’s also bloody hilarious! If you want to spend the whole time slightly confused and don’t mind audience interaction go and see it!

@lyns_tagram 115 days ago

Cara Stripp 115 days ago

I loved this show. We were ushered in from the street with no idea what to expect...and it's the best show I saw! Funny to the core, sillier than I thought possible and I'm still laughing about it 2 days later. Go see this and leave everything behind for an hour.

Jessica Prestage 116 days ago

Best clown show around, guaranteed laughs! I had high expectations following the 2018 Planet Earth III and it did not disappoint. A nice break from stand up and one liners, this show is entertaining and one of a kind. Would highly recommend to anyone in Edinburgh who wants to laugh!

Charlotte Barrett 116 days ago

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ One of the best shows at the Fringe, lots of silly fun and a heartwarming story of a man's love for his horse.
Saw the WIP in London and was great to see it evolved. Luke Rollanson never disappoints.

Simon Reed 117 days ago

This guy was one of the highlights of the fest
You really have to be there , so be there.

Leo Doulton 119 days ago

Stupidly good fun. Gloriously interactive, and I even got a real job! Thank you so much to all the team. Strongly recommended - both for people who like fun with a 'serious message', and those who just like fun.

- Abusive Amazon Delivery Person

karen motyl 121 days ago

Just adding my voice to the other reviews - clever, creative, silly, funny, entertaining, lovely. This has to be one of the most inventive and original shows at the fringe.

Max Fulham 121 days ago

This show kicked off my fringe with a bonkers bang! For once I was quite glad to be on the front row as I watched and participated in the show. Luke's comedy is not only fantastically silly, it's also incredibly creative. I laughed... a lot.

Vaughan 121 days ago

Had no idea what to expect going into this show and that’s the best way to enjoy it. Definitely a success for my Fringe “let’s see something I know literally nothing about” excursions

Johnson 121 days ago

Third Luke Rollason show I have seen and, once again, it is superb. I love the physical comedy and clowning and it hits that perfect spot of audience interaction you don’t feel threatened by. Just a joy. And very, very funny. Excellent stuff.

Andy Eaton 122 days ago

Went to see Luke's show on a bit of a whim and it was brilliant. He gets the audience involved (in a good way) and let's the show spin off the reactions within a very strange (again good!!) framework.
We paid the £5 each and it was a steal at that price. 5 stars and looking forward to seeing more of him in the future

Ben Norris 124 days ago

Luke is the strangest, funniest little man I have ever seen. Expect to laugh, participate, and generally cry with amusement as the show devolves into absurdist hell (in the best way possible).

Easily one of the funniest, weirdest shows you can hope to see at the fringe. A very easy 5 stars, and I highly recommend everyone go and check it out.

Chloe Mashiter 126 days ago

Had an incredible time - my first time seeing one of Luke's shows and I'll be looking out for his name from now on; such joyful, boundlessly inventive and silly fun, an absolutely incredible hour packed with ridiculous and brilliant humour

Josh Righton 126 days ago

This show is so original, funny, unpredictable and just so incredibly creative!!! It’s got arcade fire songs in it, laser pointers and at one point there’s a horse. Literally all you could ask for in anything!! Go see it at the earliest possible time and then go see it again with more people than the first time.

DR 127 days ago

What an amazing show! There was never a dull moment (one of the audience members being given a button to press if the content got boring!) and Luke responds immediately to every reaction from the audience. Lots of pure silliness but also makes you think about how the internet affects our lives. Loved the green screen!
A real standout show

Tan Littlefair 128 days ago

I’ve seen Luke twice now in two different shows and he is now firmly on my ‘must see’ list.
Being a physical comedian can go very badly wrong but Luke is so likeable ~ you’re on his side from the first moment. For a slight guy he commands an audience with natural talent and skill. Absolutely engaging and an hour in his company flies by. When you come to the fringe to see comedy it’s easy for one show to merge with the next but he delivers the holy trinity; funny, original and memorable

Paddy Roberts 130 days ago

Just seen... Wow, such a gem of a show, so good we bought tickets and then paid again! Loved it.. very funny, great imagination and an all round excellent performance by Luke and the team.. original and non stop fun, please go and see this show, you won’t regret it. Enjoy... father (loud shirt) and sensible teenage son tour 2019.

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The Wee Review (4/5 stars) 112 days ago

Luke Rollason’s Infinite Content is pretty indescribable, so maybe it’s better to break things down into percentages: it’s 30% audience interaction, 20% technology, and 50% good old-fashioned clowning. This comes as no surprise – Rollason has trained at the prestigious L’Ecole Phillipe Gaulier, and it shows. However, even better than...

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Chortle (4/5 stars) 114 days ago

Infinite Content is a fantastic physical representation of the internet and the questionable modern behaviours that have sprung up around it. It is a silly, weird, inane and playful technological commentary that’s hilarious and thought-provoking, but there’s more to it than that. ...

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The List (4/5 stars) 117 days ago

Surreal journey into the internet's many distractions...

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One4Review (3.5/5 stars) 122 days ago

Luke Rollason is delivered to the stage in a box. He needs to be plugged in before we can access the content. And as with much content on social media, you need to interact in some way – answer the … Read More ...

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The Scotsman (3/5 stars) 123 days ago

Luke Rollason has the perfect face for comedy – huge eyes, expressive mouth, Jedward hair. ...

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Fest (3/5 stars) 128 days ago

One of the more accessible graduates of the Gaulier school of clowning, Luke Rollason's Infinite Content impishly plugs you into the matrix of an idiot. Constantly delivering surprises and silliness for its own sake in this fun, early afternoon hour, he intitiates unthreatening audience interaction from the first knockings. Indeed,...

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