Tchaikovsky’s adaptation of Pushkin’s novel, Eugene Onegin, is a tale of unfortunate timing.
Tallulah Bankhead once said, ‘Acting is a form of confusion’ - she would find no better corroborator than Antonia Grove in Small Talk.
Thirty-seven Shakespeare plays, three actors, less than two hours.
Living a homeless existence in Wei Village during the late Qing Dynasty, the poor, fumbling Ah Q is faced day after day with his own short comings.
Improvised comedy is a difficult art to master.
Through the darkness of a subterranean music bar, in the heart of Edinburgh’s New Town, glimmers a gem of theatrical history.
One of a trio of pieces that make up the Czech dance showcase at this year’s fringe, One Step Before the Fall uses a contemporary style to explore the life of Muhammad Ali.
I wanted to move from the city to a more isolated country life ‘To completely consume my husband’s attention’, pronounces our unnamed protagonist.
After producing a sell-out show every year since 2009 Alba Flamenca returns to the Fringe once more, bringing a taste of authentic flamenco music and dance to the Scottish capital.
Out of His Skin supposedly tells the tale of a man who, bored with the monotony of everyday life, embarks on a journey to find his place in the world, taking ever increasing risks …
If you are hoping for a tranquil evening where you can lounge back in your fold-away chair, enjoy the gentle chink of ice cube on glass as you sip your favourite tipple and chuckle…
H to He, a solo show presumably named after Van de Graaf Generator’s third, physics referencing album, is loosely based on Kafka’s tale of transformation, The Metamorphosis.
A tightly curled body rolls slowly on to stage, partially obscured by a sea of smoke.
This one hour whirlwind of African song, dance and music from Zimbabwe-based Siyaya Arts is pure happiness.
Fifty years after the death of Marilyn Monroe and public fascination with her is as strong as ever.
Rhea bounds onto stage in a flash of fuchsia and sparkly beads, hair accessories a-twinkle.
One third of the sketch comedy trio The Boom Jennies, Catriona Knox may be familiar to you through her work on BBC Radio 4 or her appearance on Lee Mack’s Not Going Out.
The phrase ‘When life gives you lemons, make lemonade’ is one your parents will most certainly have quoted at you at some point - no doubt when it seemed a particularly unhelpf…
‘I still have such enthusiasm for life’ proclaims Toksvig as she bounds onto the Pleasance stage.
Inspired by Russian the folktale Hedgehog in the Fog this new piece of physical theatre tells the story of a small community who meets once every millennium, where they discover bo…
Being a huge fan of the original, I found myself filled with both excitement and apprehension when I read someone had brought a stage adaptation of ‘Allo ‘Allo to the Fringe.
The Tony award winning musical 42nd street tells the story of famed musical producer Julian Marsh’s attempt to put on a profitable production during the Great Depression.
In recent years the popularity of street dance has exploded.
‘This has nothing to do with rock ‘n’ roll, it’s a metaphor’ - so if you’re after an hour of Elvis this is perhaps not the show for you.
Celebrating its fifth anniversary tour, Cirque Mother Africa is a wonderful show to entertain all the family; a fusion of modern circus and African traditions it overflows with ent…
After taking a break in 2011, Jo Caulfield returns to Edinburgh for her ninth solo fringe show with a deliciously witty and razor sharp routine.
Stevenson’s act is fast becoming a fixture at the Fringe with Uncomfortably Numb marking her fourth consecutive year here; between this and her appearances on ITV’s Show Me The…
Holmes is going into retirement, but before he does he convinces Watson, Inspector Lestrade and Mrs Hudson to join him on a farewell tour, to enact some of his more challenging and…
Written to rival a piece by Salieri for a music competition in 1786 The Impresario is a short, light and comic piece of singspiel that follows the difficulty of handling sensitive …