Edinburgh University’s Shakespeare Company present the chilling tale of Hekabe, a reimagined translation of Euripides’ original Greek tragedy.
Nicole Travolta is Doing Alright is Travolta’s debut show that tells the story of her crippling shopping addiction and how she manages to abscond a steadily increasing mountain o…
The improvisational sketch group Shoot From The Hip bring their spontaneous hour of games and tomfoolery to the Fringe this year.
Brooke Finegold is masterful in her hour of live poetry, spoken word and stand up comedy.
Paul Merton’s infamous Impro Chums return to the Fringe after a four year hiatus and is warmly welcomed by the Pleasance Grand’s 750 seat capacity bursting at the seams.
The 2006 musical Spring Awakening, based on the book of the same name, tells the story of teenagers at a strict religious school in late 19th century Germany, struggling as they di…
Voloz Collective’s production of The Man Who Thought He Knew Too Much is a masterclass in physical theatre.
Set in the unconscious mind of a tortured poet, Mahan Nikbakhsh’s new play Lost in Translation examines cultural and intellectual disconnection that seeks to unpack the British-I…
The play follows Billy, a young man whose love of football is the dominant feature in his life, religiously attending every match day without fail.
Banana is a wacky hour of outside-the-box clown comedy that makes you smile from ear to ear.
With riotous stand-up, jaw-dropping improvisation, smashing vocals, enchanting storytelling, sparkles and bubbles, Diamond Goddess Crystal Pussy is jam-packed with delights.
Conway is a vivacious performer who does not shy away from the grotesque.
The Leeds Tealights bring joy and mirth to the Fringe this year in A Very Special Birthday Party.
We spend a third of our lives in bed.
In what could be crowned the most uplifting show of the Fringe, The House of Life aka Ben Welch and Laurence Cole from Sheep Soup combine preaching, live music, comedy and all roun…
Witty, raw and powerful, Nick Pupo’s Addicted is a story of trust, friendship, forgiveness and brutality.
Molly works at Greggs.
There is nothing campier than flying to Transylvania to perform in the Eurovision Song Contest.
Side by Side is a gripping and profound comedy show about Maggie Crane’s childhood jealousy of her brother’s disability.
Sophie Santos…Is Codependent details Santos’ journey through their breakup, narrating the tale combining both comic storytelling and song, embodying conversations with their pe…
Chloe Petts’ latest hour If You Can’t Say Anything Nice is teeming with insults and slander as she scrutinises rudeness, rage, and her own relationship with anger.
Battling a brain full of statistics, a society telling her she has to have it all by thirty and alcoholism, Ginny Hogan recalls the journey through her twenties to find her true li…
Kristina DeGiovanni commands the stage in her new play, The Temp, which follows a pretentious actor who is employed by an egomaniacal CEO.
Bullring Techno Makeout Jamz is a touching solo play written and performed by Nathan Queeley-Dennis.
In his debut, Dan Jones takes the audience through his struggles with love without borders.
Hello Kitty Must Die is a musical adaptation of the Angela S.
The Improv Musical returns to Fringe as strong as ever with a silly, fun, toe-tapping show.
Chloe Radcliffe has cheated in almost every relationship she has been in, and it’s a trend she can’t seem to kick to the curb.
Magical, spellbinding and unashamedly camp, Tim Murray is Witches is a show unlike any other.
Frankie Thompson and Liv Ello’s Body show is a dystopian cacophony of farce, comedy and tragedy.
Sikisa’s Hear Me Out is a wonderful hour of stand-up that raises the roof with material that leaves you with a smile on your face and a spring in your step.
Bad Teacher is a solo show by Erin Holland with contributions from other teachers that follows Holland’s character through a hectic day in the life as a drama teacher.
Soup is a stand up hour kicking off with tales of a ‘Soup Sharing’ WhatsApp group and its tyrannical leader.
Sophie is at her Grandfather’s shiva where her whole family have come together to pay their respects, including her attractive second cousin.
Financial dominatrix Lane Kwederis tells all in her revealing show: Sex Job.
Avital Ash is one of the most genuine comedians on the Fringe scene.
Isabella Thompson enjoyed meeting the cast of Bed: The Musical and chatting to them about their rehearsal process. Here are some extracts from the interview.
Ginny Hogan and Nick Pupo are two New-Yorkers who will be debuting their solo comedy shows Regression and Addicted at Edinburgh Fringe this year.
We all have a funny relationship with money, and Alison Spittle, Lane Kwederis and Mary O’Connell are no exception.
Sikisa Bostwick-Barnes’ Her Me Out will be premiering at Edinburgh Festival Fringe this August - you may have seen Sikisa on the BBC or Live at The Apollo, or even received legal...
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