Touring behind her album of the same name, Stockport to Memphis tracks Barb Jungr’s metaphorical musical journey through the musical styles she finds compelling and inspiring.
Drawing inspiration from Hitchcock’s 1938 comedy thriller, The Lady Vanishes is the story of a young Englishwoman, Iris Henderson, touring Europe by train and the mysterious unexpl…
The music of Cole Porter has always had a kind of mutability and magic to it.
In the familiar surroundings of their hometown venue, Tommy Smith and the Scottish National Jazz Orchestra showed why they have become one of the most respected ensembles of their …
Calotype photography was not very pretty.
While the dividing lines between some genres can be blurry and difficult to distinguish, crossing the wrong line can be painfully obvious.
Performing under the simple show title ‘Blues,’ the Dana Dixon Blues Band want to be perfectly clear about what kind of music they’re performing.
With great loop pedal power, comes great loop pedal responsibility.
It’s hard to know how to feel leaving Benjamin Bloom’s show.
It isn’t easy to cover classics, but Edinburgh based Americana and country band The Chilli Dogs have been accomplishing it for years.
As with any canon, the Great American Songbook - the name given to the most important and influential American popular music of the twentieth century - is difficult to nail down.
Over the course of his incredible career, Rick Wakeman has acquired a story or two.
Raymond Spasovski is a wonderful pianist; it really is as simple as that.
Andy McKay-Challen and Gavin Jack are the ‘Blues Guitar Duo’ you’re likely to find listed in your Fringe guide.
Ian Rankin once described a John Hunt blues set like ‘Seasick Steve in a science lab.
You shouldn’t believe everything that you read.
To refer to If Room Enough as an adaptation of the Tempest is risky.
As a quick show of hands verifies at the beginning, not many of us have ever occupied anything - not even a measly shop or office building and especially not an oil rig.
Hollywood has developed a formula for success.
Set up in the theatre of the Scottish Storytelling Centre, Soddin’ Flodden is, on its surface, a simple retelling of the events leading up to Flodden Field.
The events surrounding the Christmas truce - which took place in 1914, during the first world war, on the Western Front - have long served as one of the most poignant reminders of …
Sir George Gilbert Scott designed a beautiful building in St Mary’s Cathedral and those in charge at St Mary’s have designed a lovely programme for the Fringe.
‘I am not Jacques Brel,’ Peter Straker playfully reminds the audience after his first song.
For fans of Richard Digance, his twenty-two show run at the Fringe is long overdue.
My favourite part of the Fringe is getting the chance to find that one unexpected show which really blows you away.
Cherry On Top’s programme states that ‘humour in South Africa has been a great coping mechanism and a brilliant transitional tool for a formerly oppressed nation.
If you were stranded alone on a desert island, what would you want to take with you? Our answer to this question is often a good indication of what is most valuable to us.
Whistlebinkies really wants you to know they have free live music.
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