Edinburgh Fringe 2016

D-List Review

After a week of back to back shows, we splashed through the torrential rains to Underbelly Med Quarter. To be honest, the excitement of the fringe had somewhat been washed away by the inclement weather and spirits were...

Alice Unhinged Review

Every year at the Edinburgh Fringe, there is a little sprinkling of magic around the Pleasance Courtyard, and it comes in the form of The Young Pleasance. Primarily based in Islington, the company helps young people to experience...

Boys Review

Leeds University Union Theatre Group, operating under the name Aireborne Theatre have sent two shows to the Edinburgh Fringe in 2016; regrettably, we were only able to catch one of them, but it was definitely worth catching. 'Boys',...

Immortal Review

GreanTea Productions make their debut at the Edinburgh Fringe with 'Immortal' a play by Ciaran McConville, which GreanTea have successfully staged in London previously. ‘Immortal’ tells the story of the crew of a Lancaster bomber, downed behind enemy...

The Trunk Review

Max Dickins is no stranger to the Edinburgh Fringe, his last appearance was in 2014 with the hit 'My Groupon Adventure', which he's now turned into a book and brought back to the Fringe for 2016. It's a...