Introduced by Jacquie Storey – who once successfully auditioned for the group that later became Hot Gossip (and turned them down) – we first see a short video from The Kenny Ev…
The Symposium Hall is an ideal venue for an acoustic music show with great views from the whole of the theatre.
The James Taylor Story is one of a series of shows at the Fringe under the Night Owl Shows, the company created by Dan Clews.
In terms of comic legends, and certainly in terms of comic writing, the name of Barry Cryer is right up there.
Napier University Drama Society returns to the musical stage after selling out last year.
theSpace at Symposium Hall is an ideal setting for music appreciation.
The In Conversation series at New Town Theatre in George Street is an hour of chat with a celebrity guest each day.
To say Nicholas Parsons is a legend, and this being his sixteenth season at the Fringe I imagine he must see this like his own version of an annual end of the pier summer show wher…
The descriptor for this Fringe production should appeal to anyone involved in theatre.
Previously known for her well received part as a Totally Naff Tart, this is Victoria Jeffrey solo and talking about life.
There are certain shows at the Fringe that build a reputation even during a short run and this one easily falls into that category.
Pete Sinclair returns with a brand new show titled after an Andy Williams hit.
Breezing in as part of the Made In Adelaide initiative after a sold out run there, I had high expectations of this presentation.
As Underbelly at George Square grows arms and legs, an expansion into the Meadows was inevitable.
Grant Stott is well known around the Edinburgh area.
Now in its third year at the Fringe, I Ran With The Gang written by Liam Rudden for his company LR Stageworks returns this year to the cosy yet lavish surroundings of Le Monde in u…
The title looked like something from a Victorian sideshow.
Beardman production Time At The Bar was written and directed by Kieran Mellish and follows the story of The Duck’s Beak pub, whose future is uncertain.
Traveling Showcase from California bring their musical cabaret to the Fringe for the first time as Lydia Trueblood The Black Widow of the Atlantic Coast takes centre stage at the t…
Oh What A Lovely War (musical), Oh Calcutta (nude theatre) – but what is Oh Gumtree? The title says nothing of the play behind the poster really but deserves further investigatio…
Tom Binns has a huge reputation to protect.
Expectations were high in a crowded Dining Room at the old Gilded Balloon, with a profusion of Scottish media lending support or checking out the latest and most challenging new wo…
The Wedding Reception is billed as an immersive comedy.
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