Angus: Weaver of Grass is an unusual and beautiful production that weaves together music, puppetry, and mask into a visual and aural spectacle.
Scotland’s version of Peter and the Wolf is an enchanting tale with a lot of heart.
The Jocks and Geordies is a show that has found an audience.
Mixed Doubles is billed as ‘An Entertainment on Marriage’ and so it is, specifically marriage grown old and a little bit stale.
In the second floor of a pub off Grassmarket, a sweaty singer belts out peculiar variations on show tunes from Oliver! This is Oliver Pissed, as presented by The Sensational Alex S…
Pat Burtscher has more charm than sense.
Michael Redmond seems like a perfectly happy chap.
Lewis Schaffer’s schtick is that he is an ex New York Jew making his way in this strange foreign land and hating every minute of it.
The Bane trilogy - a one man tribute to film noir and American gangsters featuring hitman Bruce Bane who ‘always gets his man’ in a series of perilous exploits - is a cult hit …
The Fringe cliché about performing to an audience of two men and a dog is every company’s nightmare.
Jim Cartwright’s 1992 play has a script that dazzles, full of wordplay and witty one-liners.
Mick Foley has a hardcore fan base.
They say the art of comedy is timing; it is therefore ironic that in a show about time we aren’t given enough of it to enjoy the jokes.
In a venue with no natural light, these two shine.
This show is really fun: three performers in some barebones theatre - ultimate Fringe style, nothing but a black box - telling a comic version of Treasure Island.
The Fringe Festival may be the home of the new and outrageous but that doesn’t mean there isn’t room for some classic hits as well.
This show is comedy flying by the seat of its pants: not exactly improvised, but certainly thrown together.
There are some shows where you have to wonder ‘what is this person doing here, and more importantly why?’ Simon Lilley and Asli Akby have entered this show in the Fringe, payin…
Phill Jupitus asked us here to ask him questions.
The premise of the show is that This Is your Life is doing a special on Kenny Moon, comedian.
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