Monday, May 20, 2019

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

BY SIMONE MEDONOSMichelle 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 MEDONOSGeorge 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...

How To Drink Wine Like A Wanker, is a hilarious journey with Anna Thomas as she tells her autobiographical story about how she became...

I didn’t realise how much I’d missed Sex and The City in my life until I saw KERRY IPEMA’s one woman parody show, in...

BY MORAG PHILLIPS LAURA CARELESS is a performer who catches you in her grip for the entirety of her show. She does it through the...

BY BOB CUMMINSLee Randall, writer, interviewer and programmer introduces the Scottish comedian and writer, Susan Calman; "one of the hardest working women in show...

BY JEAN WEST'Beautiful terrorists,' that's how I heard someone describe Mogwai after last night's Edinburgh International Festival, ear-shattering showdown at a rejuvenated Leith Theatre, where they engineered rapture...

A good idea that really doesn’t deliver - In fact, it was the one of the worst show I’ve seen this fringe, and an...

BY JEAN WESTThe brilliant in so many ways John Grant considered learning Gaelic before his Edinburgh International Festival performance in the Scottish capital.He had the how...

Hilary Spurling & Jenny UglowTwo of Britain’s most accomplished writers attend the Festival today (23rd). An iconic figure of 20th century literary...

AS AN occasional series as part of the Book Festival 2018, we are publishing sets of Six of the Best Authors of certain genres. This collection...

16-year-old Daniel Spargo-Mabbs died in 2014 after taking a lethal dose of MDMA (ecstasy) at a rave. He would have been 21 this year.Playwright...
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