City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland


A Christmas Cabaret

Join Bruce Devlin for a Christmas cracker of a cabaret show, a fast paced festive hour awaits from the fringe festival hit!

The Naked Magicians, Assembly Rooms, Review

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This show does exactly what it promises. You want magic? A cheeky wee bit of nudity? Look no further.

Hot Brown Honey, Assembly Roxy, Review


Hot Brown Honey is more than cabaret or burlesque, it’s a movement of “radical, fierce love.” Endless energy, political cheek, unapology and intersectionality is the vibe, and these honies an

EIF 2017: Meow Meow's Little Mermaid, The Hub, Review

Meow Meow's Little Mermaid by Pia Johnson

This is the Little Mermaid as you have never seen it. The original Anderson tale of 1837 is, a Meow Meow points out, of its time.

Fascinating Aïda: Back in the Saddle, Assembly Palais du Variété, Fringe Review

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For over 30 years, the outrageously talented trio that is Fascinating Aïda has been entertaining audiences in their unique subversive style.

EIF 2016: Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs, The Hub, Review

Alan Cumming -- Photo Credit: Mihaela Bodlovic

Was there ever a more unlikely star than Alan Cumming? The Dundee lad became the toast of Broadway, a Bond henchman and Eli Gold, the Mr Fixit in seven seasons of TV’s The Good Wife.

Love for Sale, Assembly Hall, Review

Kelly Burke in Love for Sale

Although listed under Theatre and described as an “electrifying cabaret play,” there’s little sense of theatricality in this overlong concert of songs.

Skrimshanks, Assembly George Square Theatre Omnitorium, Review

Skrimshanks clowns Jack Kelly and Henry Maynard

Enter with caution and an open mind as your every move is under the magnifying glass at the mercy of the Skrimshanks duo.

EIF 2016: Barry Humphries' Weimar Cabaret, Usher Hall, Review

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Barry Humphries, better known as Dame Edna, hosted this evening of Weimar cabaret compositions.

Butterfly Rammy, Stand in the Square, Review

To St Andrew Square Garden for ‘Butterfly Rammy’, a curated collection of responses to the Referendum and its aftermath, on an Edinburgh day which went from being fair driech to gey driech to fell dri