Thursday, March 21, 2019

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

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...

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 MORAG PHILLIPS Dome Nights was one of the most relaxing 45 minutes I have had in a long time. This experience was a zephyr...
Orkestra Del Sol at Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017

SHOW TITLE: Orkestra Del Sol VENUE: Summerhall August 12,  7.30pm. By JEAN WEST     If Orkestra Del Sol could measure their musical worth in smiles they might already...
My Leonard Cohen at the Edinburgh Fringe 2017

SHOW TITLE: My Leonard Cohen VENUE: Assembly Rooms, until 27 August, 7.45pm. By JEAN WEST   OK, so I guess it was my own fault for going to...
The Cast of Brothers, by 203 Theatre Company, at the Edinburgh Fringe 2017

SHOW TITLE: Brothers, by 203 Theatre Company VENUE: Underbelly Med Quad, until August 28 By CAT TIMONEY   BROTHERS proves an important piece of theatre tackling the critical issue...

BY BOB CUMMINS Calling My Tribe is an intimate, reminiscing, self-deprecating, entertaining, and relatable show that left us tickled and entertained - but also slightly...

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...

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 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...
Actor Stephen McGann - a review of his appearance at Edinburgh International Book Festival

EVENT: Stephen McGann - Flesh and Blood: A History of My Family in Seven Maladies (Simon and Schuster) VENUE: Baillie Gifford Main Theatre, Edinburgh International...
Joana Vasoncelos at Jupiter Artland

As it celebrates its 10th anniversary, JEAN WEST discovers exactly why Jupiter Artland sculpture park holds such a power of attraction   THE ROAD to Jupiter...

BY KATHRYN PIERCE In collaboration with @SomewhereEDI Blunt and beautiful, Sod's Law is an afternoon delight. Aristocrat Lord Hicks seems to know a thing or two...

Twa is “two solo shows in one”, a collaboration between writer Annie George and visual artist Flore Gardner, who couple a mix of memoir...
Film review. Steve Coogan and Paul Rudd in Ideal Home

By JEAN WEST SLICK, sassy and genuinely funny throughout, Ideal Home teams Paul Rudd (Paul) with Steve Coogan (Erasmus), as an embittered gay couple who...

BY JEAN WEST Slapstick, goofy, charming and fun, The Artist, is a confident piece of physical theatre with truly masterful qualities. Keen to make a painting,...

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

Blowfish Theatre Company are making satire great again in a truly tremendous fashion. On stage a not-so-orange Donald Trump exclaimed that the press would...

BY KATHRYN PIERCE In collaboration with @SomewhereEDI Blink, from Squabbling House Theatre, is the story of two parallel lives, Sophie (LIDDIE HARPER) and Esther (ANGEL LLOYD),...
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