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The Girl Who Jumped Off the Hollywood Sign

The Girl Who Jumped Off the Hollywood Sign

Joanne Hartstone’s one-woman show is a brilliant send up to classic Golden Age Hollywood that keeps the glitz and glamour of the period whilst showing the grimy and exploitative underbelly that lurks just beneath the surface.The Girl Who Jumped Off The Hollywood Sign opens on a dark smoky night, with a woman clinging to the iconic H of the Hollywood sign, ready to jump... 

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Our Boys
Our Boys

Our Boys exquisitely showcases life on the battlefield from the setting of an army hospital. Five rowdy soldiers are recovering from injuries on a ward when they find, to much dismay, that an officer is due to occupy the empty bed... 

I'll Have What She's Having
I'll Have What She's Having

Millennial anxieties are unpacked and explored in devised comedy I’ll Have What She’s Having. Written and performed by Jess Brodie and Victoria Bianchi, two women who live completely different lives and fake their own happiness around each other... 

Dusty Limits: Mandrogyny
Dusty Limits: Mandrogyny

Mandrogyny contains many universal themes, including an exploration of self, identity and gender expression... 

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Army @ The Fringe

Army @ The Fringe

When you think of the military and the Edinburgh festivals, it's natural to think of the Tattoo at the Castle every night, but now there's a different reason to link the two together. Army @ The Fringe is back for its second and Broadway Baby's Chris Quilietti spoke to Brigadier Robin Lindsay and others about the venture... 

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Armour’s Shonagh Murry and Lydia Davidson on Giving a Voice to the Women Behind Robert Burns
Armour’s Shonagh Murry and Lydia Davidson on Giving a Voice to the Women Behind Robert Burns

History is written by the victors, why the victors? Because Victor is a man's name. Armour, A Herstory Of The Scottish Bard tells the story of the women in Robert Burns' life... 

A conversation with Anya Anastasia, Michael Griffiths and Hans the German
A conversation with Anya Anastasia, Michael Griffiths and Hans the German

Before the full-on headiness of the Fringe 2018 started, I had the opportunity to sit down and have a chat with three of Made In Adelaide’s hottest cabaret performers - Anya Anastasia, Michael Griffiths and Hans, the boy wonder of Berlin... 

Geek: Made by Teens, for Adults
Geek: Made by Teens, for Adults

A Girl transforms into a Freak Show attraction but hopes to find love in this Darkly Comic Musical from Teen-Centered Theatre Company Infinity Repertory Company... 

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An Interview with Alex Edelman

An Interview with Alex Edelman

Four years on from his Award Winning Show, and he still loves Pastries, and is still very Jewish. Alex Edelman sits down to talk with Broadway Baby. 

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The Attention Economy: Exposed in Feed
The Attention Economy: Exposed in Feed

A relevant exposé of our relationships with social media 

An Interview With Matt Duwell
An Interview With Matt Duwell

​With the excitement of this year’s festival ramping up, we had the pleasure of speaking with 4-time Fringe veteran Matt Duwell, first seen to grace the mike in 2015... 

An interview with Huff's Cliff Cardinal
An interview with Huff's Cliff Cardinal

Solvent Abuse, Indigenous Children, and a Wily Trickster- Cliff Cardinal talks about his one-man show, Huff. 

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Celtic Connections

Celtic Connections

For this specially curated evening, Celtic Connections brings its festival favourites Le Vent du Nord (The North Wind), a francophone folk music group from Saint-Antoine-sur-Richelieu in Quebec and Julie Fowlis, a Scottish Gaelic singer from North Uist in the Outer Hebrides... 

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Virgin Money Fireworks Concert
Virgin Money Fireworks Concert

Be dazzled by the breathtaking pyrotechnics. Be transported by the joyful music. All against the backdrop of one of the world’s most iconic landmarks... 

Handel's Samson
Handel's Samson

Handel’s powerful oratorio is brought to life by Scotland’s finest period-instrument ensemble. 

Autobiography
Autobiography

Blinding with science comes to mind in Autobiography, choreographed by Wayne McGregor. Startling dance, breath-taking in its precision and complexity this piece, inspired by the structure of the human genome and specifically McGregor's own, is almost impenetrable in meaning...