EDINBURGH FESTIVAL

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is the world’s largest arts festival. The Fringe as it is often called features thousands of shows over several weeks each year in August. Whether you have an interest in plays, musicals, comedy, cance, physical theatre, opera, music, spoken word or cabaret there is something for you at this unique arts featival.

News from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe

REVIEWS: Darktales, Edinburgh Festival

REVIEWS: Darktales, Edinburgh Festival
Described as the scariest show at the Edinburgh Fringe, we were keen to see what critics thought of Dan Clarkson's new production of Darktales festuring Andrew Paul and Sean Ward. Darktales has[...]

UPCOMING: You Tweet My Face Space

UPCOMING: You Tweet My Face Space
This week Julian paid a visit to the London Theatre Workshop to take a look at You Tweet My Face Space. Once again, LTW hosts another outstanding event: this time, a Pre-Edinburgh Fringe previe[...]

REVIEW: Raz, Assembly George Square Studios ✭✭✭✭

REVIEW: Raz, Assembly George Square Studios ✭✭✭✭
Raz Assembly George Square Studios Four stars Raz transfers to the Trafalgar Studios 2 from 22 March. Book Now! In the 1980s and 1990s, Jim Cartwright won acclaim for plays depicting Lanca[...]

REVIEW: Love Birds, Pleasance Courtyard ✭✭✭✭

REVIEW: Love Birds, Pleasance Courtyard ✭✭✭✭
Love Birds Pleasance Courtyard Four stars Remember the singing and dancing penguins in the classic 1964 film Mary Poppins? Imagine if they had decided to take advantage of their talents by se[...]

REVIEW: Hendrick's Emporium of Sensorial Submersion, Edinburgh ✭✭✭

REVIEW: Hendrick's Emporium of Sensorial Submersion, Edinburgh ✭✭✭
Hendrick’s Emporium of Sensorial Submersion 91 George Street, Edinburgh Three stars Hendrick’s Gin is a familiar name on the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, but this year it returned with a theatr[...]

REVIEW: Swallow, Traverse Theatre ✭✭✭✭

REVIEW: Swallow, Traverse Theatre ✭✭✭✭
Swallow Traverse Theatre Four stars In plays such as the hard-hitting Olivier Award winner Roadkill, young Scottish playwright Stef Smith says she charts the lightness and darkness of modern [...]

REVIEW: Tomorrow, Traverse Theatre ✭✭✭✭

REVIEW: Tomorrow, Traverse Theatre ✭✭✭✭
Tomorrow Traverse Theatre Four stars From hilarious black humour to scenes that have the audience in tears, Tomorrow is a visually striking show that cleverly attempts to capture the experien[...]

REVIEW: Marriage, Assembly George Square Studios ✭✭✭

REVIEW: Marriage, Assembly George Square Studios ✭✭✭
Marriage Assembly George Square Studios Three stars Comedians Theatre Company has earned a reputation for its sometimes anarchic plays featuring stand-up and sketch comedians. After past successe[...]

REVIEW: Chef, Soho Theatre ✭✭✭

REVIEW: Chef, Soho Theatre ✭✭✭
Chef Soho Theatre 17 June 3 Stars Sabrina Mahfouz's Chef arrives in London with a fearsome reputation, having scooped the Fringe Fest award at last year’s Edinburgh Festival. It now arrives at t[...]

201 Dance Company Launch Kickstarter Campaign

201 Dance Company Launch Kickstarter Campaign
201 Dance Company have launched a Kickstarter campaign to help take their new show Smother to the Edinburgh Fringe. 201 Dance Co is a new company bringing together experienced artists and pro[...]