City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland


Behind Our Skin, C Aquila, Review


Two separate journeys tell their own perspectives on life as an immigrant, where your voice, your name or your skin will, at best, label you as ‘other’ or ‘different’, and, at worst, as ‘unwelcome’.

The Tape Face Show, Pleasance Grand, Review


Five minutes into Tape Face my sister found herself up on stage with Mr. T. Face, racket in hand, trying to hit a tennis ball he swung on a string from the helmet on his head.

No-One is Coming to Save You, Pleasance Bunker Two, Review

One woman, one man. Two stories told in the third person.

Courtney Act: Under the Covers, Underbelly Circus Hub, Review


It’s time to get caught in the act with Celebrity Big Brother winner and RuPaul’s Drag Race (Season 6) runner-up Courtney Act as she tucks herself in for an evening of secret sharing and songs in her

Off-Kilter, Dancebase, Review


The character is a structured, controlled, precise and it must be said slightly obsessive individual, he's wrapped a bit too tight!

The Straw Man, Assembly Rooms Blue Room, Review

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Ross Ericson is no stranger to the Edinburgh Fringe, having garnered 4 and 5 star reviews for shows such as Gratiano and Unkown Soldier in previous years.

I Sniper, Space on North Bridge, Review

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I Sniper is the story of Lyudmila Pavlichenko, deadliest of all the Soviet snipers of World War Two, with more than three hundred kills to her name.

Midsummer, The Hub, EIF Review

Sarah Higgins and Henry Pettigrew as Helena and Bob in Midsummer (photo credit Peter Dibdin)

The premiere of Midsummer – a play with songs in Autumn 2008 at the Traverse Theatre was a magical, romantic comedy about Helena and Rob sharing a lost, drunken weekend, without a fairy tale

Bugle Boys – A Salute to The Andrews Sisters, Assembly Hall, Review

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‘It takes balls to be a Bugle Boy’ so says one of the three blue satin clad drag artists who strut on to the stage in a pastiche of the million-selling, close harmony trio from the ‘30s and ‘40s, the

Egg, Summerhall, Review


Following a performance at the 2018 manipulate Festival at the Traverse Theatre, Egg is back for