Broke Britannia! is still topical and is an interesting hotchpotch of characters - some from a relevant childhood story and some depicting well known names still affecting daily lives.
Venue 3 at Spaces on the Mile, (Radisson hotel) is the perfect space for this smart comedy by John Godber, the award-winning, veteran Edinburgh Fringe playwright.
The reputation of the Czech Pavel Haas Quartet has been gathering momentum since winning the Paolo Borciani International String Quartet competition in Italy in 2005.
Columbus discovered the New World in 1492 and with it the prospect of new musical traditions.
Football fans, politicians, and sports media examined the politics of Scotland’s national game and discussed what needs to be done to improve the fortunes of our national team.
From the crucible that brought us last year’s ‘La Clique’, Smoke and Mirrors is another treat from the Australian post-cabaret scene.
Mad-cap surrealism from a company that is fast becoming a Fringe staple.
With over a week of the Edinburgh International Book Festival behind us I feel like it’s time to reflect.
Hannah McGill has decided to step down from her role as artistic director of the Edinburgh International Film Festival. McGill has been at the helm of the EIFF since 2006 and curated her first film festival in 2007. Prior to that she was a programme consultant for the festival for five years.
Superlatives are weak and ineffective when in presence of a true master in his field: the newspaper comic strip.
Birmingham is famous for its ‘Curry Mile’ but cosmopolitan as that city is, Bradford continues to be synonymous with extensive immigrant population.
The notion behind this show offers considerable promise; the fool/jester/clown is, after all, one of the earliest and most enduring types of performer.
I first met Robin Cairns a few years ago at a Foakies night at the Royal Oak when he fair exploded on to the stage, and have since been fortunate enough to have shared the odd bill with him on the
I never thought I would see three of Edinburgh’s well known organists playing The Stars and Stripes Together by John Sousa - six handed!
Victor Hugo’s Hunchback of Notre Dame gets Belt Up Theatre’s trademark reconstruction as we are drawn into the Court of Miracles.
This event with young Welsh poet Owen Sheers was most entertaining and enlightening. His new book is based on the recent BBC 4 TV series “A Poet’s Guide t
Expectations of the Russian National Orchestra performance at this year's EIF were high and its attractive programme – even the Shostakovich symphony –
In what is an intimate venue, two actor-singers sing this one-act musical by Jason Robert Brown tenderly and in an exquisite manner.
John Kitchen’s recital was on three of the 22 historic keyboard instruments gifted to the University of Edinburgh in 2005 by Rodger and Lynne Mirrey.
One of the most respected economic commentators of our times, Joseph Stiglitz made a clearly welcome return to the Edinburgh International Book Festival.