I first saw Chris Ramsey live in 2011 as a supporting artist for Russell Kane.
Replaceable Things features John De Simone’s Panic Diary and Thomas Butler’s Replaceable Parts for the Irreplaceable You, performed by Scottish contemporary music company Ensem…
In 1913, Jewish factory worker Leo Frank was convicted of murdering thirteen year old Mary Phagan and sentenced to death.
Whether this comedy compilation is a success or not depends entirely on which comedians are available to perform.
I loved The Dolls of New Albion: A Steampunk Opera because, although the cast are by no means the best dancers, singers or actors, this production has so much charisma and passio…
“There was a Cabaret.
Alexandra Kazazou’s slim but muscular frame seems to fill the stage, such is the sheer power she exudes.
I’m not a particularly sentimental person when it comes to plays.
So, the title of this show doesn’t lie.
Robert Lopez and Jeff Whitty’s Avenue Q is brought to the Fringe by the Edinburgh University Savoy Opera Group, to sell-out audiences.
At the beginning of this bizarre show, we are told by comic duo Matt Francis and Russ Haynes that over the course of the performance we would do two things as an audience.
Does anyone else remember Tom Deacon on BBC Switch’s daily online programme The 5:19 Show? Just me then.
Avenue Q (School Edition) retains the fun of the hit Broadway show but tones down the language and content, making it a suitable show for all the family to enjoy.
From the outset, this musical adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s 1895 play The Importance of Being Earnest was just bad and unfortunately, not the kind of bad production that you’d …
The intimate feel of the basement studio at the Caves adds to the atmosphere of the performance of Planet Earth and All Who Sailed in Her.
There is a pleasant buzz in the largest Free Fringe venue, the Three Sisters.
Maddy Carrick’s first solo comedy children’s show, The World’s Worst Birthday Party, teaches children the value of friendship and to appreciate what they have, in a way that …
A week into the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and I’m sure that most parents have had to endure fairies, talking animals and patronising presenters, all for their little darlings.
Since forming in 2005 in Aberdeen, the Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre have performed internationally and on television around the UK.