Kim Edgar is one of Edinburgh’s homegrown jewels.
This was a struggle to write as I’m finding it difficult to justify spending any more time thinking about such a horrible waste of three hours.
Theatre Uncut is one of the few good things that has come out of the knock to public spending put in place in 2010, said to be the worst since World War II: it is from these cuts t…
Ben Smith is a unique breed of comedian, drawing on his by no means small talents as a rapper and lyricist to create something of genius in his stand-up.
Rabbitskin is a glorious demonstration of simple storytelling, weaving a touch of magic into the everyday tale.
The sound of the sea lapping at the sides of Odysseus’ boat is our first step into the world of Homer’s Odyssey, as imagined by delicate weavers of visual tales The Paper Cinema.
Withered Hand, the stage and band name of Dan Willson, was welcomed by a ravenous crowd at the Queen’s Hall this Fringe.
If you are yet to travel down to the Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge, I encourage you to.
I have the utmost respect for this stage production, which succeeds in drawing out the story and comedy of one of the most daunting pieces of 20th century literature without marrin…
Danish comedian Valdemar Pustelnik creates a picture of general discontent in his first English stand-up show, delivering laughs as big as the man himself.
‘Do you realize you are being conditioned?’ the audience is asked over and over in the course of the play.
Why are we so drawn towards the darkest corners of humanity? Red Riding Hood takes the familiar childhood story down a dark and sordid path.
In this very special and understated recital, we meet Dong Yi, internationally renowned zheng soloist, and experience the exquisite sound of the world’s most popular Chinese instru…
Part of the American High School Theatre Festival, The Medicine Showdown is performed by a promising and lively bunch from the US, showcasing their talents and best Old South accen…
Dr Professor Neal Portenza has more titles than I would give stars.
Arguing with idiots is how Kate Smurthwaite describes her profession as a left-wing political activist.
Part of Just Festival, discussions are being held in St John’s Church throughout the course of the month, targeting important, interesting and sometimes controversial matters under…
Five puppets on stands line the stage and a suitcase.
Shakespeare’s most violent and harrowing play has been given a 1980s London twist by Hiraeth Productions at this year’s Fringe; it works so well it becomes hard to pull the two con…
In this rather indie-style, little comedy, Robin is a lonely continuity announcer with only his imagination to comfort him.
It is a blessing that this show is in a pub as a drink or two may be needed.
Paul Nathan awaits his audience at the door to the theatre, shaking hands, kissing cheeks and dishing out hugs like a good old-fashioned American charmer.
Sketch comedy has the virtue that some bad material does not have to drag down the good stuff.
Tucked away at C Nova is Lisa-Skye, brightening things up with her discordantly sunny personality, sure to bubble over out of her gothic shell at any moment.
You probably know Jigsaw from their very sassy posters: Tom Craine, Nat Luurtsema and Dan Antopolski, all in power stance, looking cool, suave and sexy.
Boris and Sergey are back for the sequel to their Vaudevillian Adventure, which premiered at the Fringe last year.
A tiny disclaimer for you: appalling is the buzzword for this show, however the lady who bats it about is pretty nice, really.
Bunk Puppets returns to the Fringe with a whole lot of cardboard and tinsel, bringing us shadow puppetry at its most inventive.
When a performer reaches a certain level of stardom, the reviews may come in easier than ever before; with prime venue, time slots and media attention, life is made all that much e…
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