The Laramie Project is a heart-wrenching play depicting the reaction to the 1998 brutal murder of Matthew Shepherd, a gay University of Wyoming student in Laramie, Wyoming.
St Andrews student Matt Gibson talks about life with Asian parents, being unable to seduce girls and those annoying things in life.
Mike Levy bounds on stage with all the gusto a 64 year old man can have.
‘Ouch is a four letter word’ cries Bobby Finn, aka sexual deviant and lothario Christian Grey.
Barbara Rae RA, internationally acclaimed painter and printmaker, studied at Edinburgh College of Art from 1961-1965.
Love- that enigmatic phenomenon that we’re all searching for.
Improvabunga, performed by the Watch This improv group, is a fast-paced show where anything can happen.
Handmade Tales, performed by the Tap Tap theatre, is a collection of children’s stories that transport you to a magical world.
The Jennifer Thomson exhibition, located in the Bonkers Original Gifts shop on Hanover Street, is a delightful array of colourful Edinburgh scenes.
This play explores the ways in which mental illness affects not only the sufferer, but the family and friends who surround them.
Jenny Eclair (or as she calls herself, the ‘walking bag of cellulite’) is a barrel of laughs! Despite the insistence on the fact that she’s getting too old to do stand-up, he…
The premise of this play was promising – it is based on the Occupy movement in Oakland, taking inspiration from actual signs displayed in the protest.
Employees of the month, hosted by the extremely likable Glenn Moore, presents Edinburgh’s hottest comedians.
Originally written by Paula Vogel, Desdemona: A Play about a Handkerchief is a retelling of Shakespeare’s classic tragedy and gives a voice to the female characters who were over…
Jarlath Regan is certainly not lacking in charm.
Crab Salad is an extremely witty, clever and well executed production, performed by the UCL Graters.
The Real MacGuffins are a hilariously funny sketch group that had the audience roaring with laughter.
Luke Benson and David Hardcastle are bringing back the Working Men’s Club; pints and pork scratchings at the ready.
Who can get the most laughs? Who can take someone’s material and make it funnier? Joke Thieves separates the men from the boys and really puts the comedians through their paces! …
Sex, heroine and general debauchery - Alistair Green and his alter-ego Jack Spencer want to change the world, three steps at a time.
Ricky Tin lives in a bin in the year 1920.
Tom Craine is a naturally funny and immediately likeable comedian whose show is made up of delightful anecdotes about love, life as a performer and the absurdities of Papa John’s…
‘I invented anger’ bellows Michael Legge, as soon as he comes on stage.
Rob Deering and his funky electric guitar are joined onstage by James Acaster, Mark Smith, Ben Norris and Carly Smallman.
Alex Williamson is definitely not to everyone’s taste.
Carl Hutchinson has a problem: his on-stage persona has been let loose and is taking over his everyday life.
The title of Peter Doig’s exhibition No Foreign Lands is taken from Robert Louis Stevenson’s observation that ‘There are no foreign lands.
The National Portrait Gallery hosts the first major exhibition of Man Ray’s highly-influential photographic portraits.