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, dance, physical theatre, opera, music, spoken word or cabaret there is something for you at this unique arts festival.
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Mark Ludmon previews theatre coming up as part of this month’s online Shedinburgh fringe festival.
A “personal love letter to Scottish theatre” from the National Theatre of Scotland and a new take on Kieran Hurley’s hit play Mouthpiece are part…
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An announcement has been made that ALL of Edinburgh’s August Festivals have been cancelled this year due to the extraordinary series of events worldwide.
A Good Service On All Other Lines, an acclaimed show at Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2018, has been launched as a podcast.
The Edinburgh International Festival (EIF) postponed the announcement of this year’s programme due to coronavirus but will go ahead with the 2020 festival.
Paul T Davies looks back at the theatre he has experienced over the past year to reveal his top picks for 2019. Did you see…
Mark Ludmon reviews Janet Moran’s comedy A Holy Show at Pleasance Courtyard at Edinburgh Fringe
Mark Ludmon reviews An Evening Without Kate Bush with Sarah-Louise Young at The Voodoo Rooms at Edinburgh Fringe
Paul T Davies reviews 10:31, MCR now playing at The Space On The Mile as part of the Edinburgh Fringe.
Paul T Davies reviews How Not To Drown by Nicola McCarthy now playing at the Traverse Theatre as part of the Edinburgh Fringe.
Mark Ludmon reviews Hold On Let Go now playing at Summerhall as part of the Edinburgh Fringe 2019.
Mark Ludmon reviews Sadie Clark’s new play Algorithms at Pleasance Courtyard at Edinburgh Fringe
Mark Ludmon reviews The Red now playing at the Pleasance Dome as part of the Edinburgh Fringe 2019.
Paul T Davies reviews The Incident Room now playing at the Pleasance Courtyard as part of the Edinburgh Fringe.
Paul T Davies reviews Murder Ballads now playing at Greenside Theatres as part of the Edinburgh Fringe
Paul T Davies reviews The Shark Is Broken now playing at Assembly George Square as part of the Edinburgh Fringe
Paul T Davies reviews The Land of My Fathers and Mothers and Other People now playing at the Pleasance Courtyard as part of the Edinburgh…
Mark Ludmon reviews The Accident Did Not Take Place by YESYESNONO at the Pleasance Courtyard as part of the Edinburgh Fringe.