Matt and Ian provide an hour of laughs with their improvised show at the Sweet Venues.
Gravity Boots is an absurd nonsensical comedy show playing at the Gilded Balloon.
We All Love Llamas is a great free poetry event to take your kids to while in Edinburgh.
Simon Munnery has prepared a cuisine that’s perfect for carnivores, herbivores, vegetarians, and vegans alike.
Knickerbocker Glory! is a fantastically entertaining cabaret show presented by The Sundaes, a trio of ladies whose main shtick is that they are bigger than life, literally.
It may seem surprising that Dr Brown, Phil Burgers, has turned his comic taste towards a children’s show, given his panache for brazen vulgarity and extreme physical comedy, ofte…
Bob Slayer treats his audience like a classroom full of unruly students - he is the erratic alcoholic headmaster to lord over them all.
If you want to see one of the best and most entertaining shows at the Fringe, look no further than Up & Over It, a fantastic subversive reinvention of Irish step dancing to electro…
Peter Antoniou is not just a comedian or a medium but rather a ‘comedium’ and an extraordinarily entertaining one at that.
The first announcement from Sound & Fury was that they intend to offend.
Do you watch too much TV? Tony Mills wonders that he might, and explores his relationship to that seductive box in his phenomenal video-interactive dance, Watch It!Sitting on a gre…
When Leonie first comes to the stage for Anybody Waitin’?, it isn’t quite clear if she’s part of the audience or the performance, as she’s dressed for a night out, and this…
Singapore company I Theatre and UK company Kipper Tie Theatre team up for Our Island, a lovely children’s theatre piece about working together to overcome differences.
If the full house is any indication, Sharron Matthews really is a superstar and by the time she utters her first notes, she won’t let you forget it.
If you are looking for something fun and free with a few laughs at this year’s Fringe, then head on up the stairs of The Laughing Horse for a drink and some Blues and Burlesque i…
Echo and Narcissus, an adaptation of the Greek myth by Durham University’s Rag and Bone Productions, is a terrific effort by the young company, but the production lacks a good de…
The lights slowly fade up on a young woman in a flowing white lacy dress, red bow at the waist, and shiny grey hi-top sneakers.
Work Songs is a dance exploration of office-place machismo power struggles by The Dangerologists.
Sugar & Vice are Courtney Powell and Brydie Lee-Kennedy, who get up on stage and bare all.
Damsel Sophie enters the room to dramatic music wearing a glittering black and gold dress and a top hat with a long tulle veil.
If you have a love for classic jazz, you will enjoy the offerings of Colin Steele and Brian Kellock at The Jazz Bar this week.
One Man Star Wars Trilogy delivers exactly what the title promises.
La Clique Royale is possibly the least family friendly circus extravaganza you’ll find in Edinburgh and it’s not to be missed.
Mickey & Judy is a cabaret memoir piece by Michael Hughes about his experience of growing up and learning to accept the boy and man he is destined to be, with the constant inspirat…
And No More Shall We Part at the Traverse Theatre is the European premiere for Tom Holloway’s new play that oozes brilliance and subtlety as it gently explores what it means to b…
Head2Head is a jazz-rock group with a fantastic sound and a range of styles, from classic to contemporary.
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