At the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, there is a work by the artist Robert Montgomery, a large piece of signage that declares ‘THERE WILL BE NO MIRACLES HERE’.
Phosphorus Theatre works with refugees and asylum-seekers to create original collaborative autobiographical storytelling.
Last Life feels like a social experiment.
The blank, sterile corridors of Surgeons Hall are not where you might expect to find folky fun late at night.
The Wild Unfeeling World is an ingenious bit of storytelling; not only is it an innovative and eccentric reimagining of Moby Dick, but a stunning example of a wonderfully modern ap…
Here Comes Your Man is a lovely hour of storytelling from a bright new talent Matt Hoss.
Being Frank is a truly very special show, performed by stand up veteran Imaan Hadchiti.
The Wardrobe Ensemble is back at the Fringe with a powerfully emotional story of family.
Tommy Fury once said “if life is a game, then love is the prize”.
Everything about Giants Are Fjörd, the Fringe favourite duo’s new show for 2019, is exciting.
It’s a secret epidemic, one that affects every new generation of young people.
It’s 1999, soon to be 2000, and two sisters are wandering the woods of the Bournemouth area after fleeing a party.
The widely acclaimed ex-Young Pleasance physical theatre ensemble Spies Like Us returned to the Festival Fringe this year with not only one show but two brilliant shows in an adapt…
Best of BEASTS is a wild and brilliant explosion of a show packed with slightly smaller explosions throughout – and I’m not talking about pyrotechnics.
You do not often look around an audience during a show and see barely any unsmiling faces; scarcer still, there is unanimous overheard praise afterwards.
Bizarre is the word that has stalked my mind since watching Bullingdon Revisited.
Traversing Edinburgh in August is sure to invite all sorts of flyerers.
Warhol: Bullet Karma invites you to meet everyone’s favourite eccentric pop artist.
Terry Johnson’s deeply personal Ken enjoyed a geographically personal run in as part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, where much of the play takes place.
Tobacco Road is, more than anything, a lot of fun to watch and a strong example of the power of devised theatre and the ensemble.
As anyone who’s been to an Edinburgh Festival Fringe can attest, word of mouth is crucial to a show’s success.
A raincoated man bursts into one of two bunkers in the lower section of the Pleasance Courtyard.
The Fringe is all about first impressions; the opening minutes of a free stand up show, the six word spiel spurted at you by flyerers with an outstretched hand, the carefully chose…
Hunch, one of two productions from DugOut Theatre this festival (along with Songlines at the Pleasance Courtyard) continues the company’s new approach of single-person storytelli…
Watching Daniel Cook run wildly around Pleasance’s Bunker Two, three things are clear: 1.
If you were anywhere near the Pleasance Courtyard this year, you’ll of heard of Lab Rats Theatre’s In Loyal Company as it shook the Fringe with its sell out run and critical ac…
Everyone’s favourite ‘virgin until the tender age of twenty one’ stand-up is back.
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