War is a constant in our lives; a part of the combined human experience that while intensely distressing seems an integral and inherent aspect of what it is to be human.
This was a talk for the footballing purist – a no-frills, brief chat with two of the footballing world’s most renowned authors.
Listening to Charlotte Green talk for an hour on any subject is an enjoyable way to spend any afternoon, but hearing her talk about her long and distinguished career as a newsreade…
Skeptics on the Fringe, a free show in the belly of Banshee Labyrinth, is a daily show based around the more general theme of science, rationality and logic.
Toby Mottershead presents an excellent selection of blues tracks in a 50 minute display of musical talent in the SpaceTriplex venue on Nicolson Square.
If you like classical guitar and want to escape the bustling madness that is the Mile at 1pm in the middle of the Fringe, then you are going to enjoy Jonathan Prag’s hour long re…
The Soweto Spiritual Singers are at the Fringe with two shows, this later one at the Assembly Rooms called The Return, is an uplifting and enjoyable hour of African spirituality.
Music has a way of providing the most honest portrait of a person, be it someone listening to an opera in the Royal Albert Hall or someone moshing in the belly of Bannerman’s, mu…
When you sit down for a show named as ridiculously as Kraftwerk Badger Spaceship, you should be ready for the surreal.
“Gospel is the music of the soul” says Apphia Campbell midway through her romp into the music of Nina Simone.
Declan Zapala is one hell of a talented guitarist.
If you’re looking for an enjoyable, happy-go-lucky hour of rhythm and blues entertainment, then look no further than this show.
I was the only one watching this show, and what a mistake the hordes of people outside on Victoria Street made.