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Edinburgh Fringe 2017

Edinburgh Fringe: Best of the Fest 2017

As another amazing Edinburgh Festival Fringe comes to an end, it's time for our annual Best of The Fest list.  These are the shows...

Edinburgh Interview: Rob Cawsey – Just Cruising

Rob Cawsey, the actor, writer and performer behind the wildly innovative Simon Slack: The Fantasist and half of cult sketch duo Guilt & Shame...

Edinburgh Review: Alex Kealy: The Art of the Keal

Comedian Alex Kealy is performing his unique brand of political comedy in The Art of The Keal, at Just The Tonic at The Caves. Alex...

Edinburgh Review: Curse of the Mummy at Just The Tonic

Curse of The Mummy, directed by Simon Egerton, is a refreshingly funny and outlandish comedy adventure which is delighting audiences at Just The Tonic...

Edinburgh Review: Fix at Underbelly Cowgate

Worklight Theatre are presenting three shows at this years’ Edinburgh Fringe, and Fix, which is at the Underbelly Cowgate venue has been commissioned by...

Edinburgh Review: Replay at Pleasance Courtyard

Suicide has been a fairly common theme in Edinburgh Fringe shows this year; the heartache and desperation that can lead to such a final...

Edinburgh Review: The Toxic Avenger The Musical

One of the joys of Edinburgh Fringe is seeing small scale productions in venues that vary from reasonably sized to cramped.  Another joy is...

Edinburgh Review: FAG/STAG at Underbelly Cowgate

Fresh from Australia, Fag/Stag is an award-winning production which is at Underbelly Cowgate for this Edinburgh Fringe.  Written and performed by Jeffrey Jay Fowler...

Edinburgh Review: Secret Life of Humans at Pleasance Courtyard

Based on Yuval Harari’s Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind, New Diorama Theatre’s Secret Life of Humans is already set for a 2018 London...

Edinburgh Review: The Girl Who Jumped Off The Hollywood Sign

Long before Brexit and Trump, which feature heavily at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe, Hollywood reigned supreme, and those leading ladies of tinsel town were...

Edinburgh Review: From Ibiza to the Norfolk Broads

You don’t have to be a David Bowie fan to understand the huge influence he had on the British music scene, his songs are...

Edinburgh Review: The Curse of Cranholme Abbey

The absolute highlight of any visit to The Edinburgh Fringe has to be the annual production from Young Pleasance, a producing arm of The...

Edinburgh Review: The Nature of Forgetting

The opening scene from the Disney Pixar movie Up is, in my opinion, the epitome of cinematic perfection, an entire story and lifetime told...

Edinburgh Review: Like Blood from a Cheap Cigar

An intimate venue within The Space at Surgeons Hall, allows us a close up look at a relationship that's on the rocks. Written by...

Edinburgh Review: This is Not Culturally Significant

It’s a brave performer who does a solo theatre show at 11.45pm during Edinburgh Fringe, but the crowds didn’t seem to be deterred for...

Edinburgh Review: The Great American Trailer Park Musical

Walking in to the venue and I assumed a whole Trailer Park had moved in to C Venues; there were cast members everywhere, hollering...