Monday, August 3, 2020
Danny Ward

Photo submitted Winner of the Amused Moose People’s Champion Award, Danny presents his brand new solo show and...

BASED on a true story, this timely and unexpectedly funny play cleverly examines the experiences of ordinary young people living under and participating in...

SUE Perkins talked enthusiastically about her experience bumbling through Asia, laughing along with crowds at the Edinburgh International Book Festival on Tuesday (20thAug). She also...

BY JEAN WEST AN Art Deco theatre, resurrected by passionate local campaigners and experimental events curators, has become global stage for some of Scotland’s finest...
Hereditary Peers Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2018 Show Preview Russ Peters

By Larissa Beck SINCE moving from his homeland of Cumbria, Russ Peers has begun his new life in London. Full of sophistication, the Northern comic has...

Chicago charmer, John Michael, makes his Edinburgh Festival Fringe debut with his Meatball Séance. Did you hear John Michael has a new boyfriend? Oh yes!...

BY SIMONE MEDONOS Reginald D Hunter glides in and out of edgy storytelling at his Pleasance show, Reginald D Hunter: An American Facing the Beast and...
5 Guys Chillin', a play about gay chemsex at Edinburgh Fringe

SHOW TITLE: 5 Guys Chillin' VENUE: Assembly Roxy (Venue 139), Aug 17-22, 24-27   By ANGUS MITCHELL THIS provocative theatre performance, based on events in Clapham, London, is fuelling dialogue...

Edinburgh-based dance theatre company Curious Seed will collaborate with composer Luke Sutherland to present a world-premiere solo performance of And the Birds...
Nocturnal Edinburgh Fringe 2018

By AARON McGILLIVRAY If you don’t have anxiety, I don’t think you’re concentrating! Suzi Ruffell is worried about everything – from someone breaking into her...

Deadline at the Fringe’s youngest reviewer, 6-year-old Gus, is out with his Dad Paul (42) to give their say on this years Edinburgh Festival Fringe...

SCOTTISH composer Neil Brand is due to return to the country this month with a brand new show about comedy duo Laurel...
Sara Barron - For Worse - Edinburgh Fringe 2018

By AARON McGILLIVRAY SARA BARRON skewers her husband, vows, child and sex life before taking aim at your vows, promiscuity, and the value of a grown-up bestie in...

IN THIS one-man LGBTQ themed stand up performance the positive, warm and energetic AARON TWITCHEN discusses his friendships, love life and the amount of...

Deadline at the Fringe are interviewing performers across the month, putting 20 questions to them. Cabaret Star, Sven Ratzke has performed at venues around the...

IMPI Theatre Company returns to Edinburgh with their hilarious, heart-breaking exploration of marriage, grief, and the immigrant experience. Writer and actor Robyn Paterson created The...

Deadline at the Fringe’s youngest reviewer, 6-year-old Gus, is out with his Dad Paul (42) to give their say on this years Edinburgh Festival Fringe...

MASAI GRAHAM is back at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe yet again with his fantastic two shows – Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah, It's 101 Clean Jokes in 30...

WITH a visual colour scheme which is as aggressively pink as the writing is, well, just aggressive, Crocodile Fever is a blacker-than-black comedy which scoops...

  The stage is set with a Keyboard and a microphone, How to Be a Bad Girl - A Debaucherous Night with Sabrina Chap, is a...
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