Thought-provoking one-act musical with plaintiff songs
At the start of life you are presented with a box and it’s yours to fill up with memories and keep. But what if you come up empty ?
CRASH! BAM! BOOM! WALLOP… BLAM! is a highly energetic, risk–taking and show-stopping experience.
Writer, actress, comedian, and singer Jenny Bede has got it all and in her new show, “Don’t Look At Me,” she proves it.
"What I Did For Love". Got up early for me and joined a large audience at 9.20am to see ‘A Chorus Line’.
In the 1930’s George Orwell shed his privileged background and stayed in Paris, scratching out a living amongst those who were perpetually impoverished and when he returned to Britain he recounted his
Company of Wolves, regulars to Summerhall, return this Fringe with their new performance ‘A Brief History of Evil’.
After the fun of the night before when the lit-up and musical Usher Hall was the focal point of the International Festival, the opening concert got down to serious business.
Performer and musicologist Jordi Savall has almost ten years on this reviewer.
A tale about story telling and memory. As we get older we don’t stop learning, but what if we stop remembering, even our own life story?
Théâtre de Complicité was co-founded by actor and director Simon McBurney in 1983, a Lecoq-inspired company creating an “inimitable style of visual and devised theatre - strong, corporeal, poetic and
Once again Maureen Beattie gives an impassioned performance as this character/narrator in this third and final part of Québec dramatist Jennifer Tremblay’s trilogy.
The genre is noir The time, late Fifties-early Sixties. The place? The infamous Tokyo Hotel.
It must be difficult to understand what being a different gender, to your own, would be like.
Girls just wanna have fun and these four young women are having a ball.
As a precursor to a few weeks reviewing mainly new musicals, 50-minute "The Sound of the Musicals" will get you in the mood.
A Girl is a Half-formed Thing comes to the stage with much acclaim.
One of the best things about the Edinburgh Fringe is being exposed to stand up comedians from other countries.
This is a stunning, atmospheric piece of theatre that holds you for the entire 90 minutes.
Iain Heggie looks chipper if not dapper as he takes the stage for an hour’s worth of racontuering.
Joe Lycett was nominated for the Fosters Best Newcomer Award at the 2012 Edinburgh Fringe.