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REVIEW – Hen’s Teeth Productions – Love You More

RATING- 3/5 FRIENDSHIP is a complex journey. We attach. We reattach. We meet new people. We grow up. Everyone experiences their life in a different way,...

REVIEW – Helen Hammond, Building Blocks Collective – Our Boy

RATING: 3/5 CORRECTLY approaching delicate issues like autism or sexual assault entails a challenging task. Chris Honey, director of Our Boy - from the minds of...

REVIEW – Sophie Bentinck – Pauline

REVIEW: 3/5 SOPHIE Bentinck masters the art of time travelling through diaries in her new Edinburgh Fringe show Pauline. As the room turns dim, she comes onto...

PREVIEW – Circus Abyssinia – Tulu

CIRCUS Abyssinia visits Edinburgh to introduce us to the remarkable true story of Derartu Tulu. Circus Abyssinia returns to the Fringe after their last jaw-dropping performance,...

PREVIEW – Jack Barry – Don’t Happy Be Worry

DON'T Happy Be Worry addresses life's principal crossroads. The decision on whether to do what makes you happy or what is right. Jack Barry returns to...

PREVIEW- The Delightful Sausage- Nowt But Sea

AN INVITE from a celebrity agent to a luxury island. What could go wrong? It seems too good to be true. It is too good to...

PREVIEW – [email protected] – Different Voices, One Team

THE BRITISH Army returns to the Edinburgh Fringe with Different Voices, One Team, which looks to shed a light on the military and the contrasting...

PREVIEW – Patrick McPherson – Colossal

COLOSSAL by Patrick McPherson takes us on the rollercoaster of falling in and out of love. Colossal, co-created by James Lane, promises to make you laugh...

PREVIEW – Nina Conti – The Dating Show

IN EDINBURGH Fringe news, beloved ventriloquist Nina Conti returns to the Festival this year to perform her latest hit. The Dating Show comes to the capital...

PREVIEW- Sophie Bentinck- Pauline

PAULINE brings to the stage the captivating story of three generations of Bentinck women.  Head to the Pleasance Courtyard and become fascinated by the Bentinck girls...

PREVIEW- Dan Kelly- How I Came Third in the North Korean Marathon

THE remarkable story behind Dan Kelly's bronze medal win in the North Korean marathon, reaches the Fringe. The show contains a mix of Kelly's anecdotes,...

PREVIEW – Matt McGuinness – We Are What We Overcome

A SHOW on the importance of mental health for middle-aged men. A personal journey on the need to put yourself first. Mental well-being is often a...

PREVIEW – Mabel Thomas – Sugar

MABEL Thomas' comedy show, Sugar, debuts live at the fringe this year following a successful film only appearance last year. What is the one talent...

PREVIEW – The Thinking Drinkers – Pub Quiz

To laugh and to drink. There is not much more you can ask for in life. At least that's what The Thinking Drinkers aim to...

PREVIEW – David Hoare – Dirty Tricks: How The ILLUSIONATI Rule The World

PRIME Ministers? No. Presidents? No. The Royals? NO. David Hoare resurrects 'The Great Baldini' to reveal the real rulers of the world: The ILLUSIONATI. Hoare has...

PREVIEW – Alex Kealy – Winner Takes All

THE "biggest hustle of the internet era" inspires comedian Alex Kealy’s return to the Fringe. Winner Takes All promises to firmly expose the double-edged weapon of...

PREVIEW – Bilal Zafar – CARE

A JOB, a care home and the upper class. This intriguing trio brings Bilal Zafars' latest fringe comedy show to life. Zafar promises to amuse the...

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