Monday, July 6, 2020

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...

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...

BY KATHRYN PIERCE In collaboration with @SomewhereEDIIn the Fringe's 'bubble', it’s easy to get consumed by the bigger shows, which is why I felt it...

Sameer Katz, a stand up comedian moonlighting as a Cambridge PhD History student, brings his third show, Sameer Katz: Treesonous Thoughts, to the Edinburgh...

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

“It’s much better shitfaced, don’t you think?” I’m not convinced.Five classically trained Shakespearean actors, one of whom had supposedly drunk ¾ of a...

BY KATHRYN PIERCE In collaboration with @SomewhereEDINamed after the gender-neutral frequency for speaking and the ability for a trans person to “pass” as a defined...

BY JEAN WESTSo, there were no fights, no bloody noses or smashed equipment for Edinburgh International Festival audiences, and the band, who in the...

BY JOY HADDENNevermind the must see, this silent disco is a must do!I became part of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival for one hour...

BY SIMONE MEDONOSWhat do you get when you cross a playful double act and a large bag of props in a portacabin? At first you...

BY KATHRYN PIERCE In collaboration with @SomewhereEDIA surreal and queer box of delights that packs a punch and challenges you not be shocked - I still...

A personal reflection on Laura Bates - Misogynation: The True Scale of Sexism by Bob Cummins. I'm here to see Laura Bates tonight because I am...

BY BOB CUMMINS Simon Preston is a food innovator and co-presenter of Kitchen Cafe, BBC Radio Scotland’s weekly food programme. Today, he is interviewing Maryn...

BY MORAG PHILLIPS Phillipe Saire is a Lausanne based choreographer and has created over 30 productions in a long and productive career.  In Hocus Pocus,...

BY JEAN WEST This sweet show for kids is something of a departure for the epic Fringe talent that is Le Gateau Chocolat.Hans Christian Andersen’s...

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

BY BOB CUMMINS Gavin Francis, a physician in Edinburgh, writer and explorer shares insights from his past that have inspired his current book, Shapeshifters; on...

I just couldn’t love it, but I did enjoy the sighs of the white male sitting behind me as this charged feminist re-capped history...

BY SIMONE MEDONOS“Drink Less and Drink Better” we are reminded throughout the night by our award winning hosts, Ben McFarland and Tom Sandham. A...

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