Friday, September 21, 2018

All singing, all dancing political satire A Very Brexit Musical, written by Cambridge University students Molly Cook and Anthony Gray, follows the story of...

BY JOY HADDEN Icons is an inescapably fabulous emotional rollercoaster with Le Gateau Chocolat. Sitting in the Piccolo tent in front of a childhood bedroom set...

BY JEAN WEST Few people can claim to have performed in front of an audience of hundreds in their under garments and successfully pulled it...

  BY JEAN WEST Joan Wasser of Joan As Policewoman, from across the pond in New York, had a notion of what Leith was all about before her recent visit. The dynamic...

BY JOY HADDEN Having recently turned 50, Jason Donovan’s Amazing Midlife Crisis is a show more about his past successes than any crisis, or future direction;...

BY JEAN WEST   I hadn't intended to get married when I left the house this afternoon. But by 5pm, I had a new husband - a stranger I...

BY MORAG  PHILLIPS   The roots of Flamenco most definitely originate from Andalusia region of Southern Spain. It’s a fertile fusion between guitar, singing, and dance,...

BY MORAG PHILLIPS YOSHITAKA SUZUKI has stunning stage presence.  He hails from Akita City. The prefecture of Akita is to the North West on Japans main island...

BY BOB CUMMINS The last Saturday in August is reserved for one of the largest busking events in Europe. Edinburgh’s Big Beach Busk brings together...

Joanne McNally’s authentic comedy feels a bit like sitting with a mate in the pub and laughing for an hour whilst they tell you...

Hilariously silly, and slightly educational theatre that is enjoyable for all. Written and performed by KAREN HOUGE and DAVID TANN, Last Hive, involves the...

BY MORAG PHILLIPS Rootless is a cultural exploration breaking the Myth that the apple does not fall far from the tree. This spectacular performance is well...

BY SIMONE MEDONOS Michelle Pearson is a soulful songstress.  This is our charming host Michelle Pearson’s first foray to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe after sell out...

BY SIMONE MEDONOS George Egg returns to the Fringe after a sell out two years in a row as the Anarchist Cook. George starts his show...

BY JEAN WEST 'Change is possible,' said the words on the parking meter as Helena balked at having to cough up so much for this...

High School English takes place in a classroom as four students and their very stressed teacher explore some classic texts and the messages behind them,...

The WW1 Wardrobe Project is an immersive performance, in which audience members are invited to imagine what their own lives may have been like...

BY MORAG PHILLIPS   A Life on the Silk Road tells the epic tale of ZangQian; a royal envoy/politician who was sent by the Emperor Wadi...

I  am honestly still trying to work out why it was so funny.   In Improvised Therapy, Doctors Brian, Barry and Bean create a therapy session...

This show isn’t hard, or soft, it’s just educated political commentary and analysis, with a few good jabs along the way. Geoffrey Brown seems...
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