iDolls aims to explore the dynamics between social media and feminism by combining various forms of theatre, dance and spoken word.
A surprisingly moving hour of theatre, Something Borrowed deals with the struggles of a 21st-century, 20-something feminist trying to reconcile the desire for the perfect fairy tal…
Chap-hop, the hottest trend since hipster beard balm that makes your beard smell like woodsmoke and whisky, hits the Fringe this year in the form of Mr B’s Guide to Modern Life.
In Violin Variations, Ian Peaston invites the audience to share his passion for experimenting with his electric violin and looping set-up.
Doug Segal opens the show with a unique and refreshing approach to mentalism - it’s easy, you can do it too, and here’s how.
For a youth theatre troupe, Barnum seems an intimidatingly large production.
Foodies Festival attendees are welcomed with some free cider, ice-cream, and a range of other delicious freebies to try.
Everything I love about the Edinburgh Fringe can be summed up by a group of people rocking out to the guitar solo in Bohemian Rhapsody in the middle of the street with little or no…
The rise of feminist critique in the world of opera has given life to some fascinating discussions.
Reginald D Hunter returns with his signature brand of close-to-the-bone humour in his new show Bitchproof.
A delightful hour of salacious and cheeky comedy, Larry Dean: Out Now! is a hilarious window into the life of Larry.
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