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CC Blooms (Venue 171), 18:45-19:40, Aug 18-28

Edinburgh Festival Fringe REVIEW — Dandy Darkly’s Myth Mouth *****

CC Blooms seems darker than for Dandy Darkly's last visit to the Fringe in 2015. Maybe it's the interior redesign, or maybe it's just, well, 2016.Whatever it is, when the Dandy begins to gather...
BLUSH – playing now at Underbelly Cowgate

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016 REVIEW: BLUSH****

At Underbelly's Cowgate venue, BLUSH is another play on this year's Fringe that incorporates glitchy sound design, a stripped-down setting, actors taking on multiple roles, and a sense of foreboding and menace. BLUSH has...
Rachel Bridge (Jonathan Haigh, Velvet PR)

Five Edinburgh Festival Fringe Questions for… Rachel Bridge

Rachel Bridge is performing her one-woman show Ambition at the Gilded Balloon until 29th August. Her sixth book, Ambition: why it’s good to want more and how to get it, is out now. Among...

Five Edinburgh Fringe Festival Questions for… LIT Circus’ Annabel Carberry

Lost in Translation Circus and their show The Hogwallops return to the Fringe this year at the Underbelly’s Circus Hub. It's a show of physical comedy, theatrical storytelling and slapstick, and company director Annabel...
Camilla Whitehill and Longsight Theatre's Mr Incredible

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016 REVIEW : Mr Incredible*****

Who wouldn't want to spend time with someone awarded the sobriquet "Mr Incredible" by his creator? Admittedly, when the audience at Underbelly Cowgate first encounter Adam, he's throwing up into a plant pot. But...
A Tale of Two Cities: Blood for Blood

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016 REVIEW: A Tale of Two Cities – Blood for Blood...

Red Shift Productions (in association with Chung Ying Theatre Company and Seabright Productions) brings award-winning writer-director Jonathan Holloway's adaptation of Dickens' classic to an expectant audience at the Pleasance Courtyard. There's a palpable buzz...
Camilla Whitehill and Longsight Theatre's Mr Incredible

Five Edinburgh Festival Fringe Questions with… Camilla Whitehill

Award-winning writer Camilla Whitehill returns to the Fringe this year after the success of 2015's sell-out show Where Do Little Birds Go? Camilla took some time talking to The Edinburgh Reporter about Mr Incredible.1.    ...
Cathy Conneff as Bryony Adams in Poena 5X1

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016 REVIEW: Poena 5X1 ****

As Poena 5X1 (or How I Came to Agree With Right-Wing Thinking) begins, the scientist Bryony Adams launches into a horrifying story about the American General John Joseph "Black Jack" Pershing in the Phillipine-American...


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