MHAIRI Black will perform her first Fringe comedy show at this summer’s festival, focusing on her time as an MP.

Black’s show, Politics Isn’t For Me, offers audiences a front row seat into her experiences in Westminster and as the youngest elected person to the House of Commons.

Politics Isn’t For Me - presented as part of the Gilded Balloon's Fringe offering - is a reflection of Black’s time in politics, and a preview into what’s to come for the Paisley and Renfrewshire South MP after deciding to step down following the next General Election.

“Expect a brutally honest look at politics as I embrace my fairly dark sense of humour to reflect on my time there,” Black said.

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Her comedy act will feature as part of the Gilded Balloon showcase alongside returning comics including Michelle Brasier and Grace Campbell, as well as social media performer Christopher Hall.

Brasier's show, Legacy, is a journey through the woman she could have been if her choices in life were different. Grace Campbell Is On Heat will see the comedian dive into adulthood, relationships and mental health.

Hall, whose background singer sketches were popularised on social media platforms, will perform Girl For All Seasons.

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There will be a musical adaptation of Liz Truss’s tenure as prime minister titled 44 days of Liz Truss, performed by The Techtonics, an all STEM-student acapella group from Imperial College London - and a retelling of all episodes of Friends from the perspective of Central Perk barista, Gunther.

Family-friendly shows include Baby Shark and Tails of the Seven Seas, and Sing, Sign and Sensory, a show including animations, sensory pods and songs for children aged 0-24 months.

These shows will be featured at Gilded Balloon Patter House and the National Museum of Scotland between July 31 and August 26.