Ricardo Garcia doesn’t introduce himself when he walks on stage: he’s not here to show off, he’s here to guide you through Scotland’s history and folklore with flamenco rhythms.
Bringing jazz and Korean traditions together, SE:UM have found the perfect recipe in their atmospheric show Korean Breath.
Amid the discussion over the Irish Adoption (Information and Tracing) Bill this year, Since Maggie Went Away could not come at a more relevant time.
Old-time blues rockers The Black Sorrows have been playing since the early 80s – plenty of time for them to tighten up on chords, learn the rhythm and throw in some obligatory cl…
Banter and silliness are the driving force of this Cheltenham sketch comedy troupe.
Unlike an average Fringe activity, The Strange Friendship between Arthur Conan Doyle and Harry Houdini does not seek out to advert, entertain or mystify its audience.
Having to read the blurb on the back of the flyer at the end of the show, checking that the point hasn’t flown over heads, is never a good sign.
No matter who you are, where you come from or if you’ve danced The Gay Gordon before, the Ceilidhs in Lauriston Hall will inject a traditional Scottish night into your Fringe exper…
You think you know the story of Hansel and Gretel, but can you fully comprehend the suffering that they endured? Poverty, starvation, abandonment, incarceration, murder and insanit…
A seamless stage adaptation of book and film, Submarine deserves a round of applause.
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