Monday, October 18, 2021
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CHILDREN’S SHOW – Moon Dragon for 5 and Under is a magical, musical treat

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A Magical, Musical, Moon Dragon TreatHow young is too young to start coming to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival?  With a show like Moon Dragon catering to even tiny children, there is no lower...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019: Top 10 LGBTQ+ Shows

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Top up your fringe to-do list with this mix of fun, provocative and thoughtful shows examining all aspects of the LGBTQ+ experience.AlgorithmsVenue: Pleasance Courtyard | 1 - 26 August (not 13th)Tickets available here.Following...
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10 of the best kid-friendly shows for under-10s at Edinburgh Festival Fringe

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Share the full Festival Fringe experience with your little ones with Deadline’s Top 10 Kid-Friendly Shows for children aged 10 and younger.1. Moon Dragon for 5 and Under / Moon Dragon for Children under...

COMEDY – All Together Irish at Dropkick Murphys

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If you’re Irish and feeling homesick I strongly suggest you head down to Dropkick Murphy’s for a pint of the black stuff and the free show, All Together Irish – which is showing twice...

PREVIEW: War of the Worlds

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AN ADAPTION of Orson Welles’ 1938 radio play has been reimagined for the modern era and will be brought to the Fringe Festival this year.The War of the Worlds, adapted by Rhum and Clay, comes to Edinburgh...
Leaf by Niggle, April 2016, Puppet State Theatre Company

REVIEW – Nothing to Niggle With This Mesmerising Take On Tolkien

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SHOW TITLE: Leaf by Niggle VENUE: Red Bridge Arts, Scottish Storytelling Centre until August 28 (Even dates). BY JEAN WESTIt’s a beautiful tale, JRR Tolkien's  short story, Leaf by Niggle, and a curious one, that reveals...

THEATRE – Outstanding tribute to pioneer LGBT bookstore

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By Kathryn Pierce In collaboration with @SomewhereEdiA witty, well-observed and heartfelt tribute.Returning to the Fringe after a sell-out run in autumn last year, Love Song to Lavender Menace triumphantly leads the Fringe’s Made in...

COMEDY – Andrew Maxwell: All Talk at Underbelly

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IT WAS twenty five years ago when Irish comedian Andrew Maxwell first played at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe - a gig in which he was “dying on his arse” in front of seven people....

SPOKEN WORD – Darren McGarvey AKA Loki: Scotland Today

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STAGGERINGLY honest and raw, McGarvey’s take on the state of Scotland’s class system is the most necessary show you’ll see all year.Following the success of his 2018 show Poverty Safari Live, Darren McGarvey,...

COMEDY – Whose Line Is It Anyway? Live at the Fringe

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IF you had a misspent youth (or mid-life crisis) in the 90s and were found sat in front of Channel 4 on a Friday, you couldn’t miss the iconic Whose Line Is It Anyway?This...

COMEDY – A letter to Alex Hylton’s mum about his show Get Rich or...

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At the end of the show, Alex Hylton requested that all of his reviews be addressed to his mum because, as of yet, she’s the only one who seems to read them!Dear Carol, During his...

THEATRE – (not so) Shitfaced Shakespeare

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“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 bottle of Tequila, among other things, take to the stage...

Fringe Festival and Lothian partnership launch Days Out Scheme

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THE EDINBURGH Festival Fringe Society and Lothian have partnered to launch the 2019 Fringe Days Out scheme.The new scheme will provide Fringe vouchers and Lothian bus tickets to community groups and charities across Edinburgh to those...

In conversation with… Barbara Dickson, an hour of recent scottish folk history

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Scotland's top-selling female album artist of all time, Barbara Dickson addresses a mature audience at The Grand Masonic Lodge in her hometown of Edinburgh. The ‘I know Him So Well’ singer has had a...

PREVIEW: Award Winning Edinburgh Improv stars make a triumphant return to EdFringe

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Fresh from touring to appreciative audiences in New Zealand, founding members of the multi award- winning 'Men with Coconuts' Steve Worsley and Charles Hindley bring their 'Improvised Director’s Cut' home to Scotland, for its second...

COMEDY – Josh Berry: Voice Thief, impressions in their infancy

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BY SIMONE MEDONOSJosh Berry is just 22 and 2018 marks his debut at the Fringe after his impression of Andy Murray went viral on social media in 2013. Since graduating from Oxford last year...

CABARET – The Lady Boys of Bangkok – The Greatest Showgirls Tour

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Once again The Lady Boys of Bangkok prove why they are one of the most popular shows during Edinburgh’s festival season.The show is participating in it’s 21st Edinburgh Festival Fringe and experience seems...

COMEDY – Daniel Sloss: X at the Edinburgh Playhouse

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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 an inferno of jokes that tackle toxic masculinity to people’s...

COMEDY – Sam Morrison: Hello, Daddy!

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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 comedian Sam Morrison. In ‘Hello, Daddy!’ he discusses his numerous sexual...

PREVIEW: Let’s toast to 21 years of The Lady Boys of Bangkok

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The Lady Boys are back, celebrating ‘21’ of The Greatest Showgirls Tour 2019!Let’s hear it for the boys as they transform into 16 of the most glamourous showgirls, adorned with crystals and sequins galore as...
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