Cabaret - the new category at the Fringe

Barely have face paints been smeared off guisers’ faces, the last bit of grimaced pumpkin flesh been eaten in final bowl of soup and the last squib has been dampened, than Edinburgh has donned it

It must be difficult doing magic in the internet age. The answer to so many tricks are just a Google search away.

In July 2016, the unsung heroine of Musical Movies, Marni Nixon passed away in New York City aged 86.

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

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

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

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.

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

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.

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