Going for Gold is the second play focusing on the London 2012 Olympics that I have seen at the Fringe and definitely the most pessimistic.
The students of Irene Drummond are taking on a huge challenge by performing Rossini’s Petite Messe Solenelle and they pull it off with some real vigour.
Orkestra del Sol are a nine piece brass band with a difference.
Angela Lemaire’s exhibition of prints and beautiful books, Alpha and Omega, is tucked away in McNaughton’s bookshop.
Goose is a heartwarming family friendly play about a 13 year old boy who is alone on his birthday.
Whispers in the Dark is a harrowing play.
Dressed in a black velvet blazer and surrounded by wacky props and huge speakers, Gerry Howell begins Seriousnessmus in silence, gesturing to members of the audience to help him tu…
Having achieved global success and performed at a World Cup opening ceremony, the a cappella five piece Africa Entsha make their seventh appearance at St.
Scratchwork Collective’s The Summit is far from your average play.
Edward Aczel is the master of anti-comedy.
At the beginning of his show Ant Dewson delivers a short warning to those who don’t appreciate overtly crude humour: leave now.
Joseph Morpurgo teams up with theatre company Truthmouth in a crazy but brilliant character comedy, presented alongside a wacky slideshow.
The first truly laugh-out-loud-funny show I have seen at The Fringe, The Big Value Comedy Show is definitely worth the ticket price.
Addressing race related issues for an hour can potentially be very uncomfortable.
Thinking in Circles is a celebration of Gabriel Orozco’s internationally acclaimed work and this exhibition, expertly curated by Briony Fer, is a great credit to Orozco’s highl…
Set in a nursing home in Ireland, Dierdre Khan’s These Halcyon Days is a heart-warming play which explores both the woes and joys of old age.
Tomie James has travelled from Ireland to make a good point: we’re putting an awful lot of rubbish into our bodies.
Jewellery of the World is far more than its name would suggest.
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