Beautiful, funny and completely moving, Really Good Stories’ production of The Silence at the Song’s End is one of the best pieces of theatre you’ll see this Fringe.
Quirky, vibrant and oozing with dark imagination, Dreaming of Leaves is a daring and thought-provoking piece of theatre.
One-man shows are no easy thing to pull off, especially when the subject matter is like something out of Wes Anderson’s daydreams, but Keenan Hurley does just that in The Man Who…
St Magnus Players return to the Edinburgh Fringe this year with a gripping tale of witchcraft, faith and fear.
Paul Merton returns to the Edinburgh Fringe this year with an improvised comedy show.
The first thing you are met with when walking into Eagle House School’s Production of Burying Your Brother in the Pavement is approximately 20 young teenagers spaced out on the s…
Bones is one of the most high-energy monologues you will see this Fringe.
Filled with humour and sorrow, Every Day I Wake Up Hopeful is a play about a man who is considering throwing in the towel.
Witty, fresh and clever, Funny for a Grrrl serves a refreshing line-up of stand-up in this year’s Fringe.
Incredible, hilarious, infectious, amazing.
Utterly stupid and equally brilliant, A Plague of Idiots is the ultimate feast of physical comedy for your inner child.
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