Award-winning theatre company Bucket Club are melding together playful theatre with a live techno score for Fossils, a sceptical quest for the Loch Ness Monster at the Pleasance Do...
How do you tell a story using Shakespeare’s characters and make it original? How do you tell a story about Shakespeare himself for that matter? For Catriona Scott, playwright of ...
The Fringe is the single most exciting date in the student-theatre calendar.
What do we need to nourish ourselves? Is love enough? Can we definitively say that Nandos are the kings of fast food? Such questions and more are explored in the invigorating new p...
Three AM in Edinburgh is something of a witching hour.
In a world boiling over with police invasion of privacy, romance and rising sea levels, what could possibly go wrong? Part eco-political rally cry, part meditation on the collapse ...
Black Magic: Songs Unchained is an important piece of theatre, unfortunately hampered by an uneven acting performance.
If you are a fan of comedy, film noir, or just free shows in general, you should probably check out Health Under Fire.
Today is the day Mrs McMoon is having her tea party, featuring several fresh batches of her legendary biscuits, and we’re all invited.
Embracing all the great theatrical traditions of silent comedy and vaudeville, Funny Bones Trash is the best kind of children’s show.
The Rattlesnake’s Kiss, part of Jethro Compton’s Frontier Trilogy, is an all-round masterclass in what theatre at the Fringe can be.
Joan, Babs & Shelagh too is a difficult play.
Perhaps Shakespeare’s most famous comedy, A Midsummer Night’s Dream has the potential to either be comedic gold or irritating lip-service, depending on the quality of the cast …
Loranga, Masarin and Dartanjang could perhaps be best described as the illegitimate love child of CBeebies and Michael Gondry, conceived in a fever dream.
Pussy is nothing if not provocative.
Serving in many ways as an exploration of grief, mental illness and the intricacies of the bond between mothers and daughters - all wrapped up in a one-woman show - 65 Days of Trac…
Returning to this year’s festival, Enchanted Forest Adventure is nothing short of delightful.
Adapting Romeo and Juliet for a younger audience is by no means an easy feat.
Following on from last year’s Drunk Lion, Chris Davis’ Bortle 8 is nothing if not strange.
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