Songs For A New World was Jason Robert Brown’s first produced show.
Ed Byrne, familiar to audiences from Mock The Week, débuts his newest routine Roaring Forties here at the Fringe.
For the last ten years, Out Of The Blue has been entertaining Edinburgh crowds with great success.
First of all, it’s important that you ignore the title of this show because it has absolutely nothing to do with what you’ll be watching.
Fawlty Towers was a short lived but beloved TV series which has been turned into an interactive dining experience.
It’s not hard to understand why Piff the Magic Dragon is so popular – he’s hilariously funny, tremendously talented and has a teeny tiny chihuahua in a matching costume.
What if I told you that Adolf Hitler was going to do a reading of Mein Kampf for a small audience, offering you tea and biscuits while you sit together and discuss his ideology? No…
Now in their fifth year of performing at the Fringe, Late Night Gimp Fight is NewsRevue’s dirtier younger sister.
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