Thursday, September 19, 2019

EDDIE Izzard didn’t disappoint those who turned up to see him promote his new audiobook at his sold-out show at the Edinburgh International Book...

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...

Armed with a guitar and a heavy use of SFX, Paul Williams brings Paul Williams: Santa Fe to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival; a show in which...

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...

BAKE OFF Judge Prue Leith declared, “Scotland is better” after being quizzed by members of the audience about cooking. Leith, 79, explained that in England...

The avocado inspired comedian strikes again in a brilliant LGBTQ themed self-deprecating standup comedy on the difficulties of relationships, being single and the quest...

  Dr Richard Milne is quite obviously not a natural performer. When delivering the more informational components of the show he is frantic and...

At first I was worried it wasn't going to be funny, and then it was quite funny, and then it went far beyond a...

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

FEATURING some of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s rising stars, Legally Blonde The Musical is an empowering, booty-shaking exploration of self-worth, gender bias, and of course,...

L-R: Luke Walsh as 'Drew' Lucas Rush as 'Lonny' and Kevin Kennedy as 'Dennis' in ROCK OF AGES. (C) Richard Davenport

THIS very simple story exploring family, grief and healing was touching in places, but was a bit too thin to feel genuine. The length...
5 Guys Chillin', a play about gay chemsex at Edinburgh Fringe

SHOW TITLE: 5 Guys Chillin' VENUE: Assembly Roxy (Venue 139), Aug 17-22, 24-27   By ANGUS MITCHELL THIS provocative theatre performance, based on events in Clapham, London, is fuelling dialogue...

BY SIMONE MEDONOS   Terry Alderton: The Musical A mannequin with a white dog’s face and a brown tail in its lab coat pocket stands upright on...

EACH Thursday of its run, the Edinburgh Art Festival will host a range of curated tours, taking you on a “culture crawl” around some...

  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...

Join Nina on her multicultural, mixed-up and unfinished journey to matrimony. Like most millennials, Nina Chhibber Williams wants to settle down and find a relationship....

SAM MORRISON has brought one-man stand-up comedy Hello, Daddy! to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Brutal honestly is probably the best characteristic to describe young New York City-based...

The host of Whose Line Is It Anyway, Loose Ends and Talks Back is back at the Edinburgh Fringe stage with a one-man show...

PLAYING to maxed out capacity, this pitch-perfect comedic riff on Gilbert & Sullivan's musical legacy is a must-see for fans of musical theatre. Gilbert &...
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