Edinburgh is a hard town to shine in theatrically.
I am the worst nightmare of any Beatles-related show.
Every year there is a hot topic that arrives at the Fringe.
Imagine you have a five-year-old child.
No one said turning 28 is easy.
Jenni Wolfson is not much of an actress.
The first time I learned about child heroine Sadako Sasaki, I was nine years old and in the fourth grade.
Everyone has that one acquaintance: the one who TiVos Dynasty reruns religiously, who would never dream of being anything but the first person in line to catch the latest Meg Rya…
Imagine you have fifteen minutes to interact with any dead celebrity.
Ill be the first to admit that whenever I see dance shows at the fringe, I expect to see groundbreaking dance from around the world, but have never expected much from Scotlands…
Norways internationally celebrated Jo Stromgren Kompani brings this striking and humorous take on Catholic Convents into the church walls of St.
Short Story Theatre brings Jonnie Fieldings most recent work, Baggage, following the success of his 2002 hit The Waiting Game.
I have to admit, I had no idea what to expect upon entering Barabbas production of Hairdresser in the House.
Let me begin by saying that I am completely impressed by the physical strength displayed by the performers of Kataklo.
Daphne Peña presents this slightly fictionalized autobiographical tale of an American woman who travels to Egypt to get away from an ex-boyfriend and immerse herself in the belly …
Its every womans worst nightmare.
Young writer Heather Rayment presents her newest work, Here Goes, a comedy about two excessively quirky best friend forever flatmates, for Why Wait Theatres second visit to t…
Siblings Zoe (writer/performer) and Simon (director) Lewis have teamed up to bring us the tale of Lesley, a grown woman whose lifelong obsession with Madonna has impacted nearly ev…
Twin brothers Martin and Facundo have big dreams of stardom.
Based on the writings of psychoanalyst R.
Joseph Moncure Marchs poem, The Wild Party, has been the inspiration for everything from films to plays.
Dance Base presents three different pieces by three very different companies.
The setting is a construction site outside a café on a day like any other.
Show 1 of Dance Bases 2006 Fringe performances consists of four separate pieces by Iskandar Dance Company, Karl Jay-Lewin Company, Michael Popper and the Curve Foundation respect…
This was the last of the Dance Base medley of choreographers that I caught and, by far, the most exhilarating.
Last year, Phil Nichol was awarded a Best Actor award for his performance in Edward Albees Zoo Story.
I have to begin by saying that I am incredibly thankful to my flatmate, Adam, for taking the time to give me a brief rundown of all the Star Wars films prior to my arrival in Edinb…
Alec Garton Ash brings his new play about an egotistical director who is on a mission to put on the greatest production of Hamlet that ever was.
Ibsens Nora (of A Dolls House fame) has been transported into modern times, remade into the wife of a high profile businessman, which in turn makes her a tabloid target on the …
C Theatre presents their latest Shakespearean adaptation, Taming of the Shrew, breakfast included, of course.
Be prepared to leave the world of reality as Apricot Theatre takes you on a folkloric journey into the mischievous lives of the Tylwyth Teg.
It is one month before Federico Garcia Lorcas death and he has just completed his latest play, The House of Bernarda Alba.
Cape Towns renowned CAFDA Youth Dance Co.
Paul Browde and Murray Nossel have been friends since they were young boys in South Africa.
It seems that nearly every year, another theatre company brings their own adaptation of Nabokovs Lolita to the festival.
Liss Fain Dance, the renowned San Francisco based company makes its European debut at Zoo Theatre.
Last year, the Czech company Kretakor brought an almost 4 hour minimalist production of this Chekhov classic to the International Festival.
Welcome to The Powder Room, a burlesque night club where you will be surrounded by the world of the erotic and a plethora of tassel-clad women.
One year after exciting Fringe audiences with their haunting production of the Burgess classic, A Clockwork Orange, New Yorks Godlight Theatre is taking on Ray Bradburys terrif…
What do you get when you combine an inability to move with physical theatre? In the Reds production of Paint the Town.
The talented students of the Feltonfleet School star in this creepy adaptation of William Goldings Lord of the Flies.
Edwards Theatre Company is behind this innovative adaptation of Orwells haunting story of a future that never quite came to pass.
Ant & Elephant present this never-ending tale of the desperation of todays actors.
A charming young cast from Bristol University brings their original quirky comedy to the Edinburgh stage.
A new dance fusion of hip-hop, breaking and traditional Korean dance is introduced into our physical vocabulary by an innovative young company from Korea.
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