Blueflint are an Edinburgh-based five-piece whose Americana music, alongside their popularity and professionalism, has prompted The Proclaimers to ask them to support them on tour …
Frontman and songwriter Sandy Brechin played traditional accordion from his albums ‘Out of his Head’ and ‘Out of his Tree’, with backing from cajon, guitar, bass guitar, an…
This accordion and clarinet duo based in Edinburgh gave a showcase of different music styles from around the world.
The Rat Pack was a group of actors and musicians who performed on stage and in films in the early-1960s.
The Snail and the Whale is an entertaining show about a woman reminiscing about her childhood and in particular her fond memories of her father’s bedtime stories.
Checkley and Bush’s comic riot is a mixture of over the top comedy sketches and songs.
Australian comedian and natural born entertainer Benny Boot’s stand-up at a mostly full venue began with a sequence of one-liners, followed by a period of ‘witty banter’ and …
The Boat Factory portrays Davy Gordon as a shy 16 year old joiner’s apprentice at the Harland and Wolff shipyard in West Belfast.
This lecture by Professor David Purdie and Alexander Stoddart discussed the legacy of David Hume, Adam Smith and Robert Burns.
Denis Paulette plays Zelda Fitzgerald, wife of Scott Fitzgerald.
Jim Jefferies, the acerbic Australian comedian has returned to the U.
Experienced comedy writer and director Garrett Millerick’s show is the first year in Edinburgh Fringe as a stand-up playing himself.
Compered by Brighton’s Dave Thompson in his mighty velvet suit, The Late Show gave Fringe goers an opportunity to shelter from the crowded bars and fast food stalls in order to e…
Divine Words is an adaptation of Ramón del Valle-Inclán’s play of the same name, which was written in between 1918 and 1920.
David Trent calls live comedy ‘the only true spontaneous art form’.
Project Adorno is a double act after the philosopher Theodor Adorno.
Nick Mohammed’s expert impressions have seen him take the role of Mr.
Not knowing what to expect from The Wrigley Sisters was the best way to experience their show.
The Chilli Dogs are an Edinburgh-based nine-piece blues cover band whose usual stage is a small pub in their resident city.
Fat Joe’s Chicken Shack is a play about a football advertising company in London and its impact on the developing world.
Barry Castagnola’s new show revolves around the man himself running late for his performance in Edinburgh.
A Grave Reunion is a dark ‘poetical’ play adapted from the radio play by Nick Card.
John Peel’s Shed by novelist and storyteller John Osborne is an invitation to the heart and soul of a man whose life was transformed by radio.
A Coach Load of Lesley is a situation comedy set aboard the notoriously slow Megabus journey from Carlisle from London.
Hennessy and Friends is a fast paced surreal comedy sketch show.
The Creative Martyrs are an absurdist cabaret duo who dress in white face make-up, bowler hats and black suits.
Scooped is a re-working of Evelyn Waugh’s classic novel, Scoop; the adaptation was directed by Katie Lambert and written in collaboration with her cast.
Filling out HMV picture house with shimmering excitement, sometime chart-toppers The Charlatans entered to an ecstatic reception.
Dennis Alexander is a patriotic and wise Scot with great musical talent and a knack for telling stories.
26-song set divided into two parts in the tall St Cuthbert’s church (which included tea and biscuits at the interval) provided a nostalgic throwback to the 1920s, 30s and early …
Dinner with Cole Porter was held at Valona & Crolla.
The Night of the Big Wind is an innovative puppetry performance inspired by the book of the same title, written by Peter Carr.
Mae Martin entered the stage and began by standing with her right leg on a chair ‘for confidence.
Under original direction by Anthony Hopkins, Bob Kingdom portrays Welsh poet Dylan Thomas as he recites poetry and prose from his last tour.
Dana Alexander is the best known black female Canadian comedian but has moved to Tottenham in London.