Saturday, January 16, 2021

THEATRE – Happy Hour at Pleasance Dome

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Happy Hour is the brainchild of Cristian Ceresoli, whose hit play La Merda premiered at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2012. Now he is back to...
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THEATRE – SquidInk Theatre: Yellow at Zoo Playground

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ADAPTED from Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s haunting short story The Yellow Wallpaper, SquidInk Theatre's Yellow is an equally unsettling depiction of the stifling of women's voices.In this...

BOOK FESTIVAL – Sue Perkins on travelling as a gay woman and her blunders...

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SUE Perkins talked enthusiastically about her experience bumbling through Asia, laughing along with crowds at the Edinburgh International Book Festival on Tuesday (20thAug).She also...

THEATRE – Cadaver Synod at Sweet Venues

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

THEATRE – Your Sexts Are Shit: Older Better Letters at Summerhall

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LEAVE the morning light behind and descend into the darkness of Summerhall’s Red Lecture Theatre on a journey through some of history’s filthiest love...

BOOK FESTIVAL – Insect specialist Anne Sverdrup-Thygeson on six legged life and introducing insects...

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ANNE SVERDRUP-THYGESON, Professor of Conservation Biology and insect specialist, discussed how crucial insects are to us presently and the ways we may need to...

THEATRE – Being Frank at theSpace on North Bridge

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FRANK has a problem. He doesn’t know how to talk to his son Alex about depression and anxiety. Mental health can be a difficult...
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COMEDY – Maria Shehata: Hero at Gilded Balloon

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MARIA SHEHATA is at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with her show Hero which combines comedy with storytelling.In Hero the US comedian discusses her relationship with...

THEATRE – The Nights by Henry Taylor at Gilded Balloon

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MULTI-award-winning playwright HENRY NAYLOR returns to Edinburgh Festival Fringe with a new play which pits a journalist against the convoluted and complicated legacy of...

THEATRE – More Myself Than I Am

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FOLLOWING sell-out performances of their previous productions of 1984 and Antigone, hopes were high for Eleventh Hour Theatre's new play exploring the lives of some...

BOOK FESTIVAL – Peter Hitchens on “The Phony War: The World War II Illusion”

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JOURNALIST, author and broadcaster Peter Hitchens, or “the hated Peter Hitchens” as he sometimes refers to himself, was on stage at the Edinburgh Book...

COMEDY – Not Quite Mass at Finnegan’s Wake

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STEVE BENNETT is the hilarious Irish comedian who is presenting and hosting the show – Not Quite Mass. He shares the spotlight with a...

THEATRE – 1902: “so brilliant it could make a Hearts fan proud of Hibernian...

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A play so brilliant it could make a Heart of Midlothian fan proud of Hibernian FC (well this one anyway).The football is just the...

COMEDY – Laura Davis: Better Dead Than a Coward

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Better Dead than a Coward is an hour of frenetic storytelling that sits somewhere between intimate and claustrophobic. Laura Davis is full of charisma and...

COMEDY – Jamie Oliphant: There’s an Oliphant in the Room at The Tron

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IF YOU’VE been caught up in the whirlwind that is the Edinburgh Festival Fringe & have no idea what to go and see next,...

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...

COMEDY – Gareth’s Gay Dating Disasters: Another year, another breakup!

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THE audience’s faces showed a mixture of confusion and excitement when they were given bingo sheets as they entered the venue for Gareth’s Gay...

COMEDY – A Gay and a NonGay return to the Fringe

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AFTER last year’s big success at Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the award winning LGBTQ+ comedy podcast A Gay and a NonGay presented by incredibly funny...

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...

MUSICAL – Friendsical – The Friends musical parody at Assembly Festival

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What could anyone possibly not to love about a musical parodying one of the best shows of all times?  I'M not sure if this...
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