‘The Secret Agent’, Joseph Conrad’s novel of secrets, lies and betrayal is neglected these days. Ironic, since much of what it says remains pertinent.
As fantastic as the Fringe Festival is, there’s no denying that everyone involved has days of utter exhaustion when they’d quite happily click their fingers and make the madness disappe
Local residents will concede that there is some seriously weird stuff to be seen around our wonderful city pretty much the whole year ‘round, but the festival has to be the optimum time to se
In an essay published in 1946, George Orwell wrote about how the British public love reading newspaper reports about murder, especially involving sex and poisoning. W.
The concept of "35MM: A Musical Exhibition" is to build on the visual impact of works in a gallery by photographer Matthew Murphy through music.
Powerful social history with a bang!
Where to begin with this one?
Happy hour without any alcohol in sight. ‘Storming the barricades’ is a treat for musical theatre fans.
A sharp wee nugget set in the LA hills.
That is All You Need to Know celebrates the unsung war time code-breaking heroes of Bletchley Park and those who fought to save the historic site and the memories it contained.
If, like me, you are an admirer of the art form that is the ‘One Man show’, you will find few sharper than Ben Moor’s razor tongued Each Of Us at the Pleasance Courtyard this Augu
Spotlites at the Fringe specialises in interactive children’s shows for a variety of age groups.
Cheeky chappies Steven Worbey and Kevin Farrell whisked us on a rapid rollercoaster-ride of pianistic wizardry, spiced with kaleidoscopic colours and whirlwinds of sounds and enticed by cheery chat
Bad Physics is a company committed to making theatre that puts the audience right at the heart of the drama.
Lie down and submit to a unique 15 minutes in this amazing space of changing colours and sounds.
It's exactly three years to the day (5th August) since the Chilean mining accident which trapped 33 miners 2,300 feet below ground.
Autobiographical: “concerned with one's own life, based on, or dealing with one's own life history”
This December will be the 25th anniversary of the Lockerbie bombing and, a quarter of a century after the horrific attack, controversy surrounding the event has never been more heated.
Two men in a bar are liable to start talking to one another, and football is often (supposedly) the medium that carries their messages.
There is a quote from Scottish writer Nan Shepherd that is carved in Makar’s Court in Edinburgh.
Having been a school pupil not entirely dissimilar to the mint green four walls of the detention room, it was with a dry, wry smile that I entered the theatre on North Bridge.