Wednesday, June 3, 2020

STEVE BENNETT is the hilarious Irish comedian who is presenting and hosting the show – Not Quite Mass. He shares the spotlight with a...
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WILLIAM Shakespeare's The Rape of Lucrece is a narrative poem about the Roman historical figure Lucretia, whose rape by Prince Tarquin caused the overthrow of...

Nihilsm meets whimsy and makes the world that bit better.   Be fair.  David O’Doherty’s stated aim of “trying to fix everything that is wrong...

SHOW TITLE:  I Swear, Tom Stade VENUE: Gilded Balloon Teviot, until August 27 By WULLIE MARR     I SWEAR, the title of Tom Stade's first Edinburgh Fringe show for...

*Calling all misfits* get ready to enter into The Kaye Hole - the revolution has started. Award winning Cabaret Icon Reuben Kaye is back at...

BY KATHRYN PIERCE In Collaboration with @SomewhereEDI Set in late 90s Cork, Soho Theatre’s DRIP FEED is an immersive experience – an evocative, unapologetic and sharply-funny...

BY JEAN WEST Even though I thought I had a certain insight into Réversible, the European debut Fringe dish served up by The (extraordinary) 7...

Joanne McNally’s authentic comedy feels a bit like sitting with a mate in the pub and laughing for an hour whilst they tell you...

BY HANNAH BINGHAM I’VE BEEN following Adam Hess on Twitter for years and have very often found myself laughing out loud or at the very...

Foil, Arms and Hogg packed out McEwan Hall on the 14th night of their Edinburgh run with Craicling. A banner of their familiar pig...

Good old-fashioned fun with the Fluffy-Tailed Fella The Basil Brush Family Fun Show is such traditional, end-of-the-pier fun that you can almost imagine the...

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...
Acrtress Jessie Buckley as the lead character in movie, Wild Rose - review by Jean West for Deadline News

Acrtress Jessie Buckley as the lead character in movie, Wild Rose Uplifting and heart-fracturing fable worthy of a...
Performance of Shame by Tidy Carnage at Edinburgh Fringe 2017

SHOW TITLE: Shame VENUE: Assembly George Square Studios, until August 28 By CAT TIMONEY   Brought to the festival by Glasgow-based and avowed feminist company, Tidy Carnage, Shame...

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

BY JOY HADDEN Having recently turned 50, Jason Donovan’s Amazing Midlife Crisis is a show more about his past successes than any crisis, or future direction;...

Who better to review kids shows than a kid? Deadline at the Fringe’s youngest reviewer, 6-year-old Gus, is out with his Dad Paul (42) to...

BY JEAN WEST So, there were no fights, no bloody noses or smashed equipment for Edinburgh International Festival audiences, and the band, who in the...
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A Magical, Musical, Moon Dragon Treat How young is too young to start coming to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival?  With a show like Moon...

AWARD-winning comedian, Steff Todd is probably most well-known for her viral impressions of reality TV stars - you might have seen her video mimicking...
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