Wednesday, September 18, 2019

BY MICHAEL RUSSELLMULTI award-winning actress Frances Barber, booms out to the audience in a slightly aggressive and very much in-your-face style as she stars...

Is Daniel King the dancing queen? He is so endearingly engrossed in himself and his desires and dreams to become a dancer.While friends and...

It’s no secret to Scotland that Daniel Sloss is brilliant.His opening night at the Edinburgh Playhouse was electric. The comedian blazed his way through...

BASED on a true story, this timely and unexpectedly funny play cleverly examines the experiences of ordinary young people living under and participating in...
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PIERRE Novellie is a professional. With a versatile knowledge of current affairs, a peculiar Etonian charisma and a keen observational eye, Novellie ensures little...
Nicola Sturgeon at the Fringe

POLITICS dominated the discussion between First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and award-winning Scottish sports journalist Graham Spiers during ‘In Conversation with… Nicola Sturgeon’ at the...

BBC New Comedy Award winner, Heidi Regan returns to the fringe with Heidi Kills Time a far more conventional approach to stand-up.Lined with daft humour...
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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...

“Nothing will happen to you, but you will feel different..” States a disembodied voice as you begin immersive theatre experience, Coma.Over the course of...

IN ‘SYD’ Arthur Smith will take you back in time as he recounts the unknown, extraordinary life of his father. Smith, who will be...

IMPI Theatre Company returns to Edinburgh with their hilarious, heart-breaking exploration of marriage, grief, and the immigrant experience.Writer and actor Robyn Paterson created 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...

FOLLOWING last year’s huge sell-out festival debut, Britain's biggest theatre-circus has spectacularly returned to Edinburgh and is showcasing the best that traditional circus has...

How many people have dreamed of meeting their idols? Well, Joel Sanders has lived that dream several times over.Sharing his memoirs of meeting some...

DEDICATED to the life’s work of Franz Kafka, this small-scale tribute production told Kafka’s slightly abstract stories in a way that even the youngest...

STRONG and serene like a blade of willowy grass that curves with the wind - Kate Stables takes up her emotions with a compelling...

SCOT Tory Leader Ruth Davidson talked Boris, her wishful pregnancy vs Brexit schedule, and her previous career in journalism with a crowd at the...

IN THIS one-man LGBTQ themed stand up performance the positive, warm and energetic AARON TWITCHEN discusses his friendships, love life and the amount of...

“Just because a show’s free doesn’t mean it’s bad.” Dave Alnwick certainly proved this to be true in his extremely funny and perfectly charming...

THREE Sisters Productions returns to Edinburgh with Siofra Dromgoole’s new play, a perplexing story of a mixed-race relationship which is marred by muddled messaging.Baby,...
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