The Edinburgh Fringe is the funniest festival there is – but that doesn't mean you don't have to plan your days carefully in order to fit in as many chuckles as possible.
So in order to get the most out of the month, FHM have put together a little guide to some must-see Edinburgh acts...
Canadian Glenn Wool co-hosts the Free-Styling podcast with Frankie Boyle, so that might give you an idea of his type of humour: dark, political and silly.
Glenn Wool: Creator, I Am But A Pawn, Assemby 3, George Square Studios, 9.20pm
US stand-up Che is one of the stars of Saturday Night Live, where he hosts the iconic Weekend Update segment, plus he has a regular slot on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.
Michael Che: Six Stars, Stand 3, 7.45pm
Very effin funny Chicago stand-up who starred in Judd Apatow's Funny People. Go see this guy if you like enjoying things.
Kyle Kinane: Ghost Pizza Party, Underbelly, Belly Dancer, 10pm
Starting her career as an extra in The Office, Tiff has since become one of the most in-demand comedians in the country. You've probably seen her in Never Mind The Buzzcocks, Drunk History and Mock The Week, but that's no reason not to see her again.
Tiff Stevenson: Mad Man, Stand 6, 4.05pm
Comedian, surfer and former flatmate of Jon Richardson, Russell Howard and Mark Oliver, John is best known for his slap-your-knee-funny observational comedy. Check him out.
John Robins: Speakeasy, Assembly 5, George Square, 8pm