An Afternoon with Anton Du Beke and Friends

An Afternoon with Anton Du Beke and Friends

An Afternoon with Anton Du Beke and Friends, and what an afternoon; Du Beke gives a hilarious and dazzling show filled with humour, dance and song. 

I'm Muslamic – Don't Panik

I'm Muslamic – Don't Panik

Bobak dances, clowns and flings himself about the stage for an hour as he tells the audience about his Iranian heritage and growing up in Bristol in the 90s where Islamophobia and … 

Vocal Vengeance: A Murder on the Stage Floor

Vocal Vengeance: A Murder on the Stage Floor

Steelworks A Cappella group presents a murder mystery, Vocal Vengeance, which is like an musical version of Cluedo. 

Tandava

Tandava

Tandava – the cosmic dance of Shiva – symbolising time; existence; non-existence and so much more. 

Bird

Bird

Relating the most horrible experience a woman can go through portrayed in the most beautiful form, Amina Khayyam Dance Company return to the Fringe with a stage version sequel to t… 

Reuben Kaye: The Butch is Back

Reuben Kaye: The Butch is Back

“If you like dick and hate tories this is the show for you” – Reuben Kaye 2023I was gagged from start to finish, Reuben Kaye is one of the best performers I have seen at this… 

A Chorus Line

A Chorus Line

A Chorus Line - and what a chorus line! I was wowed by this performance of A Chorus Line presented by the Edinburgh University Savoy Opera Group. 

Losing the Plot

Losing the Plot

Losing The Plot is a new queer jukebox musical comedy, jam-packed with top hits from the 70s and 80s, Originally performed in Manchester and has now come to the Fringe this year. 

2020 The Musical

2020 The Musical

2020 the musical follows main characters Emily Goodhand and Adam Pictor, two musical theatre performers who have faced a lot of rejection, finally get their big break in a show tha… 

Paul Black: Nostalgia

Paul Black: Nostalgia

Social media star Paul Black returns to the Fringe this year with his new stand-up show, Nostalgia, a look back into his childhood as a gay wee boy growing up in Glasgow as the son… 

Siblings and Family Friends

Siblings and Family Friends

These girls are batshit crazy and I love it. 

Bob Marley – How Reggae Changed the World

Bob Marley – How Reggae Changed the World

Bob Marley – How Reggae Changed the World is a show that is not only thought-provoking but stirs emotion too. 

The Whitney Houston Story

The Whitney Houston Story

Cleopatra Higgins gives a fierce performance in The Whitney Houston Story, along with her band, Higgins sings Whitney Houston’s most recognisable hits while exploring Whitney Hou… 

Flamenco Fiesta

Flamenco Fiesta

Alba Flamenca presents Flamenco Fiesta, a fierce dancer and amazing musicians team up to bring Spanish flare to Edinburgh’s Southside. 

The Black Blues Brothers

The Black Blues Brothers

An acrobatic spoof of the movie The Blues Brothers, with plenty of flips and stunts weaved in alongside some clowning. 

Havana Street Party

Havana Street Party

The vibes of a Havana street party brought to McEwan Hall, this dance troupe from Havana, Cuba are simply stellar, with styles such as street dance, salsa, rumba, afro and contempo… 

Sunshine on Leith

Sunshine on Leith

Using the back catalogue of The Proclaimers, this jukebox musical follows Davy (Lewis Kerr) and Ally (Kerr McKinley) as they navigate life after serving in the army. 

After The Act (A Section 28 Musical)

After The Act (A Section 28 Musical)

After The Act (A Section 28 Musical) is an eye-opening performance about Section 28 a series of laws introduced to the UK in the 1980s that prohibited the “promotion of homosexua… 

Knock, Knock

Knock, Knock

Four TikTok comedy stars try their hand at stand up comedy this year at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, hosted by Coco Sarel and stars Steven Mckell, Ayamé Ponder and Henry Rowley. 

Cam Gavinski: Bonheur

Cam Gavinski: Bonheur

Cam Gavinski: Bonheur has been the strangest thing I’ve seen so far at the Fringe. 

Simon David: Dead Dad Show

Simon David: Dead Dad Show

Simon David brings Dead Dad Show to the Fringe this year and it is insane, an absolute piss-take, but also very emotional. 

Mamoun Elagab: Why I Love White People

Mamoun Elagab: Why I Love White People

Comedian Mamoun Elagab will not kiss your ass. 

Josh Weller: Age Against The Machine

Josh Weller: Age Against The Machine

I’ve never laughed so much at a someone else’s shortcomings in my life.