Edinburgh Fringe

The biggest arts festival in the world.

On first reading, you might have passed it off as a weak April Fool’s joke.

As emergency measures are implemented to control the spread of Covid-19, Edinburgh Fringe Society Chief Executive Shona McCarthy has said that this

Eliza Drake’s bedroom is one of a child between girl and womanhood.

It was in 2009 when Davy Macdonald first launched the first of annual solo exhibitions which often feature his interest in the Gothic architecture

Learning from the future. On the day I watched this performance there was a technical hitch quite soon after the show started.

This is a double bill show with two dances; Born to Manifest (Joseph Toonga) and Like Honey (Becky Namgauds) The opening performance of Born to Man

This is an interesting, intimate look at identity and belonging, focusing on the different perspectives of three members of a British Chinese famil

Humour is laced throughout this delightful adaptation of Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility.

Looking at the resistance work of the White Rose group, composed of activists in Germany rebelling against Hitler, this is a poignant true tale of

This charming one act play (1935) by Noel Coward was later adapted into the classic romantic weepie Brief Encounter, (1945).