A loving and moving cinematic tribute to Scots at work and play.
The Jennifer Tremblay Trilogy has won a trio of Fringe Firsts.
Scotland’s Stellar Quines have been awarded a Fringe First for The Deliverance, the final part of Jennifer Tremblay’s
It’s not often you get a full gospel choir on stage at the Traverse, but there is one as ‘The Christians’ opens.
This flagship drama of the 2015 EIF, with screen star Juliet Binoche in a leading role, was highly anticipated.
For twenty five minutes Scottish percussionist Colin Curry mesmerised the audience as he seemingly pranced across the stage from marimbas to drums to aluphone, vibraphone and crotales.
Mark Steel’s in town, for the first time on the Fringe in nineteen years.
Horseplay often leads to people getting hurt.
Acts of Redemption is a series of six monologues written by Ken Jaworowski where each individual attempts to redeem, through musings, incidents that have happened in their lives – some more traumatic
‘The Final Act’ might actually herald new beginnings, as both the cast and the creative team of the show deserve to go on to bigger and better things.
With her brand of magical and mythical storytelling, Xanthe Gresham Knight cuts across the lines between storytelling and theatre to showcase the female voice through time with a double debut at the @
Welcome to the wedding reception of Finn and Fran. You could imagine that they are a young couple, dancing to the melodic strains of “Unforgettable” and promising never to be a moment apart.
One day you are young and the next you are old. Age slowly creeps up on us all, unbidden, unnoticed.
The musicians of the Titanic may have played as long as they could while the ship went down but it is a myth that they continued to play beneath the sea with notes bubbling through waves. This play by renowned Bulgarian playwright Hristo Boytchev deals in myths and illusions created by a man who may or may not be Harry Houdini.
David O’Doherty: We Are All in the Gutter, But Some of Us Are Looking at David O'Doherty, Assembly George Square, Review
2015 is the 15th year that David O’Doherty will perform at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and he shows no signs of lacking in delivering laughter in waves.
In the music business, when your first album is a critical and commercial smash, there is a lot of pressure on the sophomore release.
No courtroom drama, but a true life trial.
Community Theatre delivers effective ‘Message in a Bottle’
An exploration of the discrimination that many LGBT groups face through the genre of commercial Hip Hop - an interesting concept, but does it work? Not entirely.
Steinbeck had an ability to portray with abiding compassion characters who had been battered emotionally and financially by the poverty endemic in American society during the Great Depression in the e