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Edinburgh Review: No Miracles Here at Summerhall

Halfway through the Fringe and I’ve forgotten that August in Edinburgh is a marathon not a sprint. So, The Letter Room’s No Miracles Here,...

Edinburgh Review: News Revue 2017

If the 24 hour news channels read all the days big events to the tune of Beyoncé, then current affairs may not be any...

Edinburgh Review: Our Man in Havana at Pleasance Courtyard

The Young Pleasance have always been a highlight of any visit to Edinburgh Fringe, so, the news that some recent graduates have launched Spies...

Edinburgh Review: Venus and Adonis

You’ll be forgiven for not recognising Venus and Adonis as a work of Shakespeare, but it is in fact his first published poem and...

Edinburgh Review: Prom Kween at Underbelly Cowgate

Prom Kween has brought one big dose of FABULOUS to Edinburgh Fringe, in this fantastically fun musical comedy, which is based on a very...

Edinburgh Review: Losers at Underbelly Cowgate

It seems that becoming famous now is easy, spend a few weeks in a house in Borehamwood or on an island with beautiful people...

Edinburgh Review: Your Ever Loving

Your Ever Loving, written by Martin McNamara, enjoyed a successful run at Theatre N16 and is now at The Underbelly Cowgate venue at Edinburgh...

Edinburgh Review: The Man on the Moor at Underbelly Cowgate

Max Dickins has the ability to give incredible depth to a solo performance.  He did it to great effect last year with The Trunk, and...

Edinburgh Review: Dust at Underbelly Cowgate

Three full length mirrors allow the bulk of the audience to see themselves watching Dust, directed by Sara Joyce, at the Underbelly Cowgate venue....

Edinburgh Review: Trashed at Underbelly Cowgate

Sometimes you get to the end of a play and you're a million miles away from where you expected to be at the start,...

Review: Rhys James: Wiseboy at Pleasance Courtyard

At just 26, Rhys James is becoming a Fringe stalwart.  The first time I saw him he was doing a Free Fringe show in...

Edinburgh Review: Brutal Cessation

Milly Thomas’s Brutal Cessation is at The George Square Box under the direction of Bethany Pitts, and is an interesting exploration of a topical...

Edinburgh Review: The Rise and Fall of Marcus Monroe

A 3pm, Tuesday afternoon audience, on the first properly sunny day of Edinburgh Fringe, was never going to be easy for an indoor juggler...

Edinburgh Review: Pike St. at Summerhall

The title doesn’t give many clues to the plot of this particular play, which can be seen at Summerhall’s fantastic Roundabout venue.  It’s more...

Edinburgh Review: Brexit The Musical at C Venues

Musicals tend to be based on a central theme; betrayal or jealousy, lies and deception, you know the kind of thing.  Brexit has them...

Edinburgh Interview: Therese Ramstedt

Therese Ramstedt - Mission Abort Pain! Shame! Confusion! Or... empowering freedom and a massive relief? Strong opinions on abortion legislation are voiced on a daily...