A play comparing racist undertones in modern society to those in 1950s America runs the risk of stating the obvious — there is still a major inequality problem in the 21st Centur…
The Bronte sisters’ tragically short-lived lives are reimagined for the Fringe by Eleventh Hour Theatre.
If you saw a live news report of an alien invasion on a network you trusted, would you believe it? Rhum & Clay’s production of The War of the Worlds poses that exact question…
When will Joanne Harouni get to do the Ted Talk she deserves?In an unusual standup routine, Harouni devotes her hour-long performance to stories about her multifaceted father and l…
In a world where we see some form of video footage every day – on small and big screens, down on our phones, around us on animated billboards – and where we can tumble headfirs…
What an honour to have New Zealand’s self-proclaimed ‘only popstars’ at our humble festival.
Shakespeare: Reloaded have reworked this classic Oscar Wilde play into something almost unrecognisable.
Improvengers: Pretendgame is an ambitious concept without the follow-through.
Have you ever been on a Tinder date? Picture that in front of a live audience, where only one of the participants knows what’s going on.
There are quite a few variations on the Romeo & Juliet theme at this year’s Fringe, but few have as many puns as AcadePitch Presents - Romeo and Juliet: An A Capella Tragedy.
Bi-Cycle is the low-cardio, sweat-drenched sexual awakening you never knew you needed.
If you’re here at the Fringe for a good time, don’t let the word ‘science’ cancel out the word ‘sesh’.
When three people in white nightgowns run frantically into an attic pouring a circle of salt, you know the devil can’t be far behind.
It needs to be said, you must go into this show with an open mind.
Where better to perform a Harry Potter parody show than Edinburgh?Lukas Kirkby and Tom Lawrinson are back at the Fringe for their fourth year in a row with Pottervision.
Any piece of art that tackles a complicated subject like mental health is worthwhile.
There are worse ways to start a show than with free sweets, and no better way to end it than with a singalong.
There ain’t no party like a Max & Ivan party, ‘cause a Max & Ivan party uses equations to guarantee participant enjoyment!The comedy duo are back at the Fringe and read…
Goodbear put on a pretty spectacular routine considering they never actually show up.
How did the first person to watch Phoebe Waller-Bridge perform Fleabag feel; confused, enlightened, so profoundly altered they could barely put words to it? Jodie Irvine’s origin…
If you walk into a production of The Last Five Years without any previous knowledge of the show things can get a little confusing.
One man, a guitar, and the most venerated love story of all time.
Before even taking the stage, Lucy Porter announces that we’ve won the ‘Sexiest Audience at the Fringe’ award, so you know we’re onside by the time she grabs the mic.
Dreamgun: Film Reads are back at the Fringe and ready to ruin your childhood! At a time when podcasts are very on trend and live recordings are foisted upon an unsuspecting public …
It’s August, and we know what has lured all of you to Edinburgh—the neoclassical architecture!Whether you’re a regular tourist, Fringe-goer or resident, Cobble Tales' Arc…
Nicola and Rosie Dempsey (aka: Flo & Joan) walk out to polite applause before stumbling through the intro bars of their opening number.
There’s only one person who could compel people from their homes on a day when the rain is coming down in sheets and thunder crashes less than three Mississippi’s away.
With millennial nostalgia at its peak, there can be no better time to head to the Edinburgh Fringe and experience Cruel Intentions: The ‘90s Musical.
It’s very tempting to conclude your musical with a clearcut happy ending, where every loose end is neatly tied and all of your favourite characters ride off into the sunset.
Once upon a time, two princesses decided to leave LA and cross the ocean to visit a fairy tale land where dreams come true — Scotland.
Rarely is a title so apt.
When critiquing a musical about the difficulties of being a performer, there’s nothing to do but write a review about the difficulties of being a critic.
“Nothing makes a woman feel more like a girl than a man who sings like a boy.
The boys are back in town and they still believe in the stag! Irish sketch comedy trio, Sean Finegan, Conor McKenna and Sean Flanagan, return for another Edinburgh Fringe run with …
Have you ever been to a supermarket and thought, “Hey, I really wish the staff would sing more?" Well, Cambridge University Musical Theatre Society are here to make that wis…
“Why do you think you’re a bitch?” Warning—the first question you’ll be asked upon arriving at Rock Rising’s Girl Bully might invoke a mini existential crisis.
As the last notes of La Vie en Rose hang in the air, we jump to our feet to give our enthralling leading lady the standing ovation she so richly deserves.
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