Joining the extensive queue at Shlomo’s Beatbox Adventure … For Kids! I realised that I had just done my bit to up the average age of the audience quite considerably.
Geoff Norcott is worried about double dips.
For those who have not ventured to the Edinburgh Buddhist Centre before, its location on the edge of the Meadows makes it very convenient for the weary Fringe-goer.
Tony Hancock remains one of the greats of British comedy; his radio show and subsequent television series set the benchmark for light entertainment throughout the 1950s and 1960s.
The master of the monologue returns in his new play, Churchill.
Staged by Word Alive and hosted by the congregation at Charlotte Chapel, this exhibition tells you everything you need to know about the Good Book and its influence on Christianity…
In an unspecified location, a group of society’s elite mix and mingle discussing everything and nothing.
Telling the story of a boy’s relationship with his pet kestrel, Kes is essentially a tale of escape.
If the world was ending in an hour’s time, what would you do? This is the central premise of this new play as two teenage boys sit and talk about everything and nothing while the l…
Mark Cooper-Jones is a Geography teacher.
Of the many things you might see or do at the Fringe this summer, jousting with lemons has to score among the more unusual pastimes.
This is not a comedy.
The perplexingly named One-Eyed Men are the very genial trio of Alex, Sam and Ben.
Dong Yi is a celebrated classical Chinese zheng soloist.
The eponymous Sophie Shadow is a puppet belonging to a girl who, along with her family, is in hiding from some unknown regime.
Award-winning pianist Viktor Bijelovic returns to the Fringe for a short series of concerts at St.
Doing exactly what the show’s title suggests, Rob Bailey claims to be able to read your mind with his psychic powers.
Urban Fairytales is a collection of reworked stories for a modern audience.
Skye is a little girl who, thankfully, is too young to realise the chaos around her.
Chacapella is an all-girl singing group which bills itself as ‘the youngest a cappella group on the Fringe’.
Godspell is based on the parables of the Gospel according to St.
This play tells the story of the life of its central character, Peggy, as she looks back over the unfolding events of her youth.
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