As you arrive in the space, the audience is serenaded by a cacophony of sounds which are not precisely music (this is a theme that will become repeated throughout the hour), and on…
The line of excited punters outside Nicholson Hall is long.
A late night slot at the Pleasance Dome perfectly suits the latest offering from The Lampoons, a raucous, defiantly silly parody of the creaky well-loved William Castle classic, de…
"People are amazing, aren’t they?" So asks a lone voice in the darkness.
‘I’m not mad,’ Janeane Garofalo is keen to point out.
The Pin return to the Edinburgh Fringe with an Alan Ayckbourn type conceit: as suggested by this year’s title Backstage, the bulk of the show has performers Alex Owen and Ben Ash…
There’s a great variety of women in Wife – taking as a cue Carol Anne Duffy’s The World’s Wife – from ‘Mrs Quasimodo’ to Michelle Obama, whose farewell speech is pred…
Data Night is a fun, frothy feminist fable mixing clever and silly in the same test tube.
The image of the tortured brooding man, bewitched, bothered and bewildered by some winsome and naïve woman, is long burnt into of literature.
Adapted and performed by Jennifer Jewell, Goblin Market is a solo performance, with Jewell taking on the roles of two young sisters and the goblins they encounter.
Those of a certain age will remember the heart bruising joy of creating a mix tape for a loved one.
Phineas Wakenshaw is a consummately confident performer, effortlessly charming packed out audiences with a sweet smile and immense stage presence.
In order to snare the attention of an average jaded and time-poor festival-goer, you’re going to need a pitch that can stop them in their tracks on the Royal Mile and accept the …
Truman Capote regards us with a look that cannot be readily deciphered.
Behind every great man stands a great woman.
Ingrid Oliver delivers an hour of speeches in Speech! From a TED talk to the ramblings of a right-wing shock-jock, and all manner of voices in between, the connecting thread betwee…
I tell you a story?” a girl asks.
Are we ending our indulgence of ‘man-babies’? If Adam Sandler films were the tipping point and presidents with Twitter tantrums were the moment when it stopped being funny, the…
Patti Plinko glances around the stage in search of the next musical instrument.
This is a pleasant, goofy and geeky hour which largely talks about a
three point plan to get one woman closer to a Cox.
Carpenter is, for those that remember him at all, a somewhat complicated
A woman lays an egg a day and faces a tumultuous decision: will she raise her egg, or eat it? In this hysterical (in every sense of that word) show, Natalie Palamides takes a relat…
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