Before the curtain goes up on one of the most whispered about shows at the Fringe, The Boy with Tape on His Face looks at his already delighted audience with wide eyes and what mus…
When the Hungry Bitches take to the stage, booted in Doc Martens and suited in lamé leggings (that’s shiny ones by the way), you can tell this is one company who mean Brick Lane…
If you think Lady Nerd is about being geek chic, then forget it.
he headline of this review was the most prolific tweet of the night at Unravel’s ‘Only Gig You Can Control With Your Phone’ and frankly, it’s a good question.
In the shadow of Edinburgh Castle lies a very beautiful St Cuthbert’s Parish Church.
When it comes to painting the finer details of life for a working class, Catholic, Scots family, Nobody Will Forgive Us is resolutely unforgiving.
Andy and The Prostitutes play one dirty trick by billing their foul-mouthed ditties as a musical but Andy and co.
Please put up your hand if you would describe yourself as any of the following: eco warrior, third wave feminist, someone who is not afraid of frank discussions about the female me…
If everyone has a story to tell, one that’s worth listening to, then why is it that the only stories that shift copies off shelves and set Twitter alight are the births, marriage…
If you dare Prohibited Jargon to say it, then they will and they’ll hold no punches.
The man behind the YouTube ‘smash’ Masturbation Gary Stark is having a funny look at sex, drugs and getting old at his gig in the Laughing Horse Free Festival.
En route to The Picture House, the Fringe’s home to the UK’s biggest burlesque night, there was just one day left of London’s golden games.
Traverse has presented the most elegant of double bills for the Fringe by showcasing two of Scotland’s prized playwrights, David Greig and David Harrower.
The Traverse have dropped Beats on the Fringe straight off the back of a hit run at the Arches, and it’s set to go down a storm.
If you’re stopping by the Showstoppers, then you need to come armed with three things: a ticket, a theme, and a favourite musical.
Through a fan of thick, black, fluttery lashes, Georgeois Bourgeois locks his gaze with the audience as he enters, with a microphone in one hand and an ornate, silver platter of ma…
The boardroom proved a bold and equally bloody way to shake up old Macbeth in Entita Theatre’s adaptation of Fall to the Top.
Shrouded in fans of red, showgirl feathers, our French prostitute heroine Isobel slinked across the stage for the big reveal.
Nobody said that a one man show bringing Chekhov and Alison Carr together was going to be easy.
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