Pie Of The Day: Macaroni Cheese Pie

Pie Of The Day: Macaroni Cheese Pie

If you're looking for a late night bite then take a trip to the small but perfectly formed Storries Bakery on Leith Walk. 

Pie Of The Day: Chicken, Leek and Mushroom

Pie Of The Day: Chicken, Leek and Mushroom

There's a hidden gem in Nicolson Square, tucked away in a green and pleasant corner, and it's called The Well Cafe. 

Pie Of The Day: Venison and Red Currant

Pie Of The Day: Venison and Red Currant

If you're looking for a beast of a pie then look no further than the massive beauty that is Mums' Venison and Red Currant - Today's Pie of the Day. 

Pie Of The Day: Steak and Ale

Pie Of The Day: Steak and Ale

Today's sumptuous serving needs no real introduction. 

Pie Of The Day: Auld Jock

Pie Of The Day: Auld Jock

So here it is, Tasty Monster's inaugural EdFringe Pie of the Day! And where better to start than Auld Jock's Pie Shoppe, named for the master of Greyfriar's Bobby, a gem hidden in ... 

BB Radio: Joanna Neary: 'Viz meets Brief Encounter'

BB Radio: Joanna Neary: 'Viz meets Brief Encounter'

The much-loved creation of character actor, Joanna Neary, ‘Celia’ - housewife and host – returns to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2015. 

Sophia Walker offers a hug for all EdFringe performers

Sophia Walker offers a hug for all EdFringe performers

Sophia Walker posted a message to Facebook as encouragement to her fellow Fringe performers. We liked it, and with her permission are re-publishing it here. 

Violence is NOT Glamorous: Camilla Whitehill on the cult of the Kray Twins

Violence is NOT Glamorous: Camilla Whitehill on the cult of the Kray Twins

From armed robbery to arson and murder, The Kray Twins were a nasty pair - so why has history made them glamorous? Playwright Camilla Whitehill explains how her reaction to po... 

Prepare to encounter New York's own 21st century vaudevillian duo!

Prepare to encounter New York's own 21st century vaudevillian duo!

Gideon and Hubcap have toured over 300 of America's living rooms with this, their homemade home-show, and now welcome you into their world of belly laughs, outrageous stories and... 

'Poetry is not as inclusive as it should be' - European Slam Champion MiKo Berry

'Poetry is not as inclusive as it should be' - European Slam Champion MiKo Berry

European Slam Champion MiKo Berry is a founder of Loud Poets, a spoken-word collective bringing their second show to the Scottish Storytelling Centre this August. 

BB Radio: David Mills performs a life hack

BB Radio: David Mills performs a life hack

Focus people! David Mills returns to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with brand new, razor sharp rants delivered with his signature cocktail swagger and his biting, acerbic wit. 

BB Radio: Colin Leggo 'It is my real name'

BB Radio: Colin Leggo 'It is my real name'

This year, Colin Leggo is bringing his debut hour to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. 

Going To Space: The Nutty Professor and his Amazing Magic Bubble Show

Going To Space: The Nutty Professor and his Amazing Magic Bubble Show

The Nutty Professor and his Amazing Magic Bubble Show promises to amaze adults and kids alike! Broadway Baby finds out more. 

The Fiona Herbert Three Minute Interview

The Fiona Herbert Three Minute Interview

Storyteller, Fiona Herbert tells Martin Walker she knows about everything from tee-total vegan dinner parties to dolphin assault; getting dumped at sea to getting dumped on Skype... 

Him

Him

‘Him’ is a bitter, old, eccentric writer, living alone in a dirty flat writing tampon advertisements while the poetry that made him a best seller gathers dust on the shelves. 

The Eighth Day

The Eighth Day

From Richard Lloyd’s first movements onto the stage as the recently bankrupted and homeless Samuel Thwaites, I knew this would be an exceptional performance. 

Rosie Thorn and The Patsy Cornish Saga

Rosie Thorn and The Patsy Cornish Saga

Rosie Thorn lives in Featherington-On-The-Wold and Patsy Cornish lives in Chavlington-On-The-Wold. 

The Early Edition

The Early Edition

The Early Edition covers each day’s news, with different guests for every performance, so it is highly probable that the quality of the show must vary too. 

Miss Julie

Miss Julie

It is midsummer night in Sweden, and in the servant quarters of his Lordship’s manor a dance is being held. 

Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus

Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus

Based on the best-selling book by John Gray, this one-man educational show starring Ian Houghton is like a much funnier (and much cheaper) relationship counseling session. 

The Darkroom

The Darkroom

An old man living in a shed is starting to lose his memory and starts to post lists of things to remember on the shed’s walls. 

Eat $h*t: How Our Waste Can Save the World

Eat $h*t: How Our Waste Can Save the World

Eat $h*t has a strong environmental presence and the message is clear: our excrement could save the world if we could just leave behind the taboo and get over our poo phobia. 

Metamorphoses: Fables from Ovid

Metamorphoses: Fables from Ovid

Four girls and their matron retell six Ovidian fables in a Victorian boarding school. 

Adolf

Adolf

There is very little I can say about Adolf without ruining the game. 

Hinge Presents: Dorian

Hinge Presents: Dorian

Hinge Theatre’s Dorian is a stage adaptation of Will Self’s novel Dorian, itself an adaptation of the Oscar Wilde original, The Picture Of Dorian Gray. 

King Lear

King Lear

Act One is a company full of high quality actors, all of whom were captivating to watch. 

Ellipsis

Ellipsis

Ellipsis Theatre, comprised of 18-year-old A-Level students Tess Gee, Georgia Evans, and Lucy Johnstone, put on an incredibly ambitious performance that they should be highly comme… 

Excuse Me, I’m Trying to Please You

Excuse Me, I’m Trying to Please You

Fiona Paul wants to take us to ‘Pleasure Level 10’; starting with handing out Jaffa Cakes on the door, she very nearly succeeds. 

Felicity Ward: The Hedgehog Dilemma

Felicity Ward: The Hedgehog Dilemma

A broken engagement, recovery from alcoholism, unemployment. 

Eye of a Needle

Eye of a Needle

This is a highly ambitious musical that seeks to shed light on the history of Redditch, a Midlands town that was responsible for Britain’s needle trade in the 19th century. 

Constant Craving - Free

Constant Craving - Free

Sarah Archer’s adorable daughter invites us into the venue and welcomes her mother onto the stage, a fitting introduction for an adorable show. 

The Last Five Years

The Last Five Years

The challenge with this musical has always been that, with only one actor on stage for most of the play, he or she must always be acting and can never take refuge in reacting or in… 

Sex, Drugs and Vaudeville

Sex, Drugs and Vaudeville

I never thought I’d describe a strip club as ‘oddly atmospheric,’ but an empty strip club really is. 

Indiaflamenco

Indiaflamenco

In a small room to the side of a tapas bar, bathed in red and yellow light and curtained from floor to ceiling, a calm, hypnotic voice starts us on a journey through the history of… 

Spring Awakening (A New Musical)

Spring Awakening (A New Musical)

The youth of Captivate Drama’s front of house staff and their venue at the Edinburgh Academy led me to expect a school play. 

Logic for a 5 Year Old

Logic for a 5 Year Old

Stand-up comedy can be awkward when the audience is small. 

Percurso - Course

Percurso - Course

Percurso aims to emulate human emotions and relations through the movements of a river, but the water they inhabit is cluttered and murky. 

Cover

Cover

Cover is a show about lies and manipulation.