Thursday, October 18, 2018

BY BOB CUMMINS Ruth Wishart, the journalist and broadcaster, introduces scientist and author Richard Dawkins at this afternoon's sold out show as a professional atheist...

BY MORAG PHILLIPS What does XENOS mean I hear the man in the audience ask. It is a Greek word meaning among other things stranger...

Scotland's top-selling female album artist of all time, Barbara Dickson addresses a mature audience at The Grand Masonic Lodge in her hometown of Edinburgh....

BY MORAG PHILLIPS Having already been to see Love Cycle OCD and gasping to see more of this innovative and soul scratching choreography, I had...

BY MORAG PHILLIPS   Love Cycle OCD, is one of two works at this year’s Edinburgh International Festival brought to us by choreographer SHARON EYAL and multi-media...

BY JEAN WEST Philosopher, author, poet, spiritual journeyman and Booker prize-winner, Ben Okri, sees things differently than most of us. Our realities, he tells audiences at...

I left this show wondering, where on earth did she come up with that? The hilarious universe of Karen McLeod’s show, ‘Who Do you think you...

BY SIMONE MEDONOS Josh Berry is just 22 and 2018 marks his debut at the Fringe after his impression of Andy Murray went viral on...

BY SIMONE MEDONOS I still have my parent’s Simon & Garfunkel Greatest Hits cassette tape; it was one of three albums on rotation in my Dad’s...

  BY SIMONE MEDONOS   Did you know that NewsRevue has been running since 1979 and is the longest running comedy show in the Guinness Book of...

BY KATHRYN PIERCE In collaboration with @SomewhereEDI Having appeared as Madonna and Annie Lennox at previous Edinburgh Festivals, at his sixth Fringe there’s a new Michael...

  Police Cops is a fast-pace comedy that spoofs almost every police show of the 70s and 80s. This parody is a bit like Hot Fuzz...

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

BY BOB CUMMINS A comic from the start, kids laugh hysterically as Ade Edmondson dances sideways on to the stage and continues right back off...

BY BOB CUMMINS Jesse Norman. the Parliamentary Under-Secretary for the Department for Transport at the Edinburgh Book Festival to promote his latest book, Adam Smith...

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...

BY JEAN WEST “I am very suspicious of the climate of the world at the moment,” says cabaret phenomenon, Le Gateau Chocolat, in surprisingly reflective...

BY KATHRYN PIERCE In collaboration with @SomewhereEDI   Sitting in a sold-out show in the Gilded Balloon Teviot Dining Room with a few hundred others, there was...

Edinburgh’s Fringe festival is not to be missed with hundreds of shows and events to experience in a fantastic city. However, as anyone with...

BY KATHRYN PIERCE In collaboration with @SomewhereEDI   TransPennine literally defines itself in the first few moments as a “respectful comedy” about loss, with an unusual introduction set-up...
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