Thursday, October 17, 2019

FORMER Britain’s Got Talent winner, Lee Ridley aka LOST VOICE GUY, has brought a magnificent show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, bringing laughter to...

Breach Theatre returns to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with their award-winning production It's True, It's True, It's True as part of the British Council showcase.The...
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FISHBOWL is an observational tour de force that belts the funny bone at a wildly funny angle from the very go-get.A trio of misfits...

Happy Hour is the brainchild of Cristian Ceresoli, whose hit play La Merda premiered at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2012. Now he is back to...
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ADAPTED from Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s haunting short story The Yellow Wallpaper, SquidInk Theatre's Yellow is an equally unsettling depiction of the stifling of women's voices.In this...

A HOME-MADE bigtop, popcorn and the power of pop-up performance has theatremaker Francisca Morton hypnotising little audiences.Francisca Morton believes being a sensible grown-up...

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...

RFT return to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with a brand new black comedy exploring the relationship between power and the past, the dangers of...

LEAVE the morning light behind and descend into the darkness of Summerhall’s Red Lecture Theatre on a journey through some of history’s filthiest love...

ANNE SVERDRUP-THYGESON, Professor of Conservation Biology and insect specialist, discussed how crucial insects are to us presently and the ways we may need to...

FRANK has a problem. He doesn’t know how to talk to his son Alex about depression and anxiety. Mental health can be a difficult...
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MARIA SHEHATA is at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with her show Hero which combines comedy with storytelling.In Hero the US comedian discusses her relationship with...

MULTI-award-winning playwright HENRY NAYLOR returns to Edinburgh Festival Fringe with a new play which pits a journalist against the convoluted and complicated legacy of...

FOLLOWING sell-out performances of their previous productions of 1984 and Antigone, hopes were high for Eleventh Hour Theatre's new play exploring the lives of some...

JOURNALIST, author and broadcaster Peter Hitchens, or “the hated Peter Hitchens” as he sometimes refers to himself, was on stage at the Edinburgh Book...

STEVE BENNETT is the hilarious Irish comedian who is presenting and hosting the show – Not Quite Mass. He shares the spotlight with a...

A play so brilliant it could make a Heart of Midlothian fan proud of Hibernian FC (well this one anyway).The football is just the...

Better Dead than a Coward is an hour of frenetic storytelling that sits somewhere between intimate and claustrophobic. Laura Davis is full of charisma and...

IF YOU’VE been caught up in the whirlwind that is the Edinburgh Festival Fringe & have no idea what to go and see next,...

IT WAS twenty five years ago when Irish comedian Andrew Maxwell first played at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe - a gig in which he...
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