Abnormally Funny People is a group of gifted stand-up comedians strutting their funny stuff. There's lots of links here to explore. Maybe take a look at our YouTube channel, our brilliant songs, the amazing pre-loved podcast we did or the disability training we made with Skillboosters. If you like what you seen, want to talk about a show, comedy or comedian, drop us a line infoATabnormallyfunnypeople.com  Hope to see you soon... and until then, we stand by you. 

Abnormally Funny People started in August 2005 at The Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Since then, we've had four amazing runs at the Soho Theatre including a 2012 Paralympics Show. In 2015, now with lots more of us, we went back to Edinburgh for our 10th birthday. In Covid 2021 times, we had a ball performing a unique two-hour virtual gig with the Royal Festival Hall. Lately we've become more of a 'upon request' troupe, and love getting together.

If you are corporate, a staff network, a diversity

type person or at a university and would like a

show, drop us a line.


Ohhh and yes, we might head back to Edinburgh

in 2025 for our 20th birthday. What do you think?

Online disability training with us in it!


We've made an online disability training video

with top training company Skill Boosters.

Here's a taster.

If you want more information

drop an email to Peter Thorpe at Skill Boosters.   


Learn more about our show and how to book our acts.

The cast of the show posed at a train station

Find out about our latest gigs and projects and read reviews of previous shows on our news page.

Simon Minty and Steve Best
Image: Abnormally Funny People Podcast Logo

Visit Audioboom, iTunes or your favourite podcast app to listen to our podcast hosted by Simon Minty and Steve Best, featuring new guests every episode. 

Image: A line-up of six  comedians

'Ferociously funny...a uniquely hilarious experience."

★★★★ The Scotsman

'It’s clear the producers know how to pick good acts.'

★★★★ Broadway Baby

‘All of the performers have wit, charm and an irreverent attitude toward their disabilities.’

★★★★ Three Weeks