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Edinburgh Fringe 2017

Edinburgh Interview: Matthew Floyd Jones

Matthew Floyd Jones - Richard Carpenter is Close To You Richard from The Carpenters used to be on top of the world looking down on...

Edinburgh Interview: Joanne Ryan

Joanne Ryan - Eggsistentialism Looking down the barrel of her final fertile years, one modern woman goes on a comical quest to uncover the ifs,...

Edinburgh Interview: Jessica Barker-Wren

Jennifer Barker-Wren - Cow at Underbelly Cowgate ‘Hi, why've I got a cow? Why've you got a.../What is that?/A snake dog? This is just a...

Edinburgh Review: Lists for The End of The World

I am a prolific list writer.  Writing this review means another satisfying tick on my never-ending to do list.  I write lists for everything,...

Edinburgh Review: Harry at Underbelly Cowgate

A quick blast of ‘What Makes You Beautiful’ by One Direction left the audience in no doubt what to expect in Harry, playing at...

Edinburgh Review: Lord Dismiss Us at The Space @ Surgeons Hall

My local London barista always asks me to say “There’s been a Murder” in my thick Scottish accent.  The catchphrase, whether it was ever...

Edinburgh Review: Sleepwalkers at The Space on the Mile

Taking a good hard look at the current political landscape, Sleepwalkers from Think Twice Theatre and playing the Fringe at The Space on The...

Edinburgh Review: Todd & God at Pleasance Dome

Richard Marsh caused quite a stir in the West End last year when Dirty Great Love Story opened at The Arts Theatre.  That show...

Edinburgh Review: A Voyage of The Easy Sisters at C Venues

Ever wondered how Greek God, Zeus, would oversee the modern-day world? Well it’s obvious when you think about it, he’d assign all of those...

Edinburgh Review: Matt Richardson: Slash at Gilded Balloon Teviot

Matt Richardson has returned to the Edinburgh Fringe with a brand new show, Slash. The former Xtra Factor host curates a strong hour of...

Edinburgh Review: Sisters: White Noise at Pleasance Courtyard

The first full length show from comedy duo Christy White Spunner and Mark Jones, Sisters: White Noise, is debuting at The Edinburgh Fringe.  It...

Edinburgh Review: Iain Stirling U Ok Hun? X

If you haven't heard of Iain Stirling, you'll almost definitely have heard his voice, because as well as being a BAFTA award winning children's...

Edinburgh Review: An Act of Kindness at C Venues

An intrinsic part of London living is avoiding speaking to strangers at all costs. If, god-forbid, someone should strike up a conversation on public...

Edinburgh Interview: James Haddrell and The Cast of Gazing at a Distant Star

James Haddrell and The Cast of Gazing at a Distant Star Arun saves for university. Anna trains for a dreaded 5k run. Karen searches for...

Edinburgh Interview: Culture Clash Theatre

Culture Clash Theatre - Under My Thumb In a dystopian present, five women are imprisoned for crimes against society. Brought together by a common enemy...

Edinburgh Interview: Sandra Hale

Self Helpless! is a show filled with insights that will help you get through life, providing you have good looks, no opinions and can...