We’ve all done it.
I didn’t know where to look.
I have never met a more adorable fringe performer than Jack Barton.
Chris Cross is horrible, but it’s not a bad thing.
Mr Ken Dee cuts a striking figure in a dress.
An early evening slot at the Voodoo Rooms seemingly attracts the lairiest of Scottish audiences.
This is the year of Cabaret at the Fringe.
I really wanted to like this show.
In the dank courtyard of C too, I Theatre have created an African oasis, a warm and inviting place for you to take your wee one on a damp Edinburgh morning.
Last year Fascinating Aida went viral on the internet with their song ‘Cheap Flights’.
‘This is the year of cabaret at the Fringe!’, exclaims an exuberant Des O’Connor (no not that one, this one is really rather young and yummy).
You wouldn’t think that numerical weather forecasting, and in particular a single weather system that passed across England nearly 25 years ago, would make for particularly inter…
Professor Kaos exclaims truimphantly that he has the ‘most popular show in the Fringe!’ and with good cause.
I wish all science lectures could be musical.
There are at least seven Macbeth-themed shows at this year’s fringe, so Last Notion have a challenge on their hands to make their production distinctive.
Physical theatre can be beautiful and evocative and stimulating without the need for dialogue.
Everyone loves bubblewrap, but finding joy in a simple cardboard box is generally thought of as a talent unique to childhood.
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