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Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 – Olaf Falafel: There’s no i in idiot

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Laughing Horse @ The Pear Tree | 2 - 26 August (not 14) @ 2:45pm except 21 -25 @ 12:15pm Critically acclaimed idiot and author, Olaf Falafel is back with another hour of surreal stupidity, inventive jokes, audience participation and the veryloosest...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 – Laura Lexx: Trying

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The Turret, Gilded BalloonTeviot |3 -26 August (not 15) @ 17:15 Recently, Laura has been busy hosting on BBC Radio 4 Extra’s Comedy Club, winning the UK Comedy Award and being nominated for a Chortle Award… for the...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 – Nick Hall: Spencer

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A one-man comedy play about the British Prime Minister that history forgot. Underbelly (Clover), Bristo Square @ 13:30 August 1 - 27 (not 13) ‘I am murdered!’ It’s May 11th, 1812. The Prime Minister has just been shot dead in the lobby of...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 – Sid Singh: American Bot

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Just the Tonic at The Mash House (Cask House) 2 - 26 (not 13) August @ 18:25 Following his first solo stand-up album, Amazing, Probably, which went to number 3 in the iTunes Comedy Chart, Sid Singh returns to the Edinburgh...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 – Leo Kearse: Right Wing Comedian

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Pravda @ Espionage | 2 - 27 (not 14) @ 7.30pm Scottish Comedian of the Year Leo Kearse rips into liberals in his follow up to last year's sellout hit I Can Make You Tory. He takes a...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 – Alex Kealy: A Kealy’s Heel

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Political comedian & ball of anxiety Alex Kealy trains his sights on love and politics. II’s territory already covered by War & Peace, Life & Fate and Ant & Dec.Politically everything is on fire...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 – Barry Ferns: Barry Loves You

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BARRY FERNS: BARRY LOVES YOU | 3 - 27 August (not 13) @ 21:00 |Just The Tonic at The Tron Love is an absolutely subjective term. What does love mean to you? Is it possible that Barry Loves You?...

Festival Fringe Review: Ben Hart – The Vanishing Boy ****

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This magic show at Underbelly uses a fascinating narrative to tell a story, illustrated by illusions and tricks along the way.Ben Hart, the young magician is very talented using textures with his tricks (water, paper,...

Fringe Review: Big Dave’s Gay-B-C of Life (***)

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Big Dave from 4 Poofs and a Piano, has branched out this year into the Free Fringe for a good hearty camp sing-a-long show that will have you smiling and chuckling along the way....

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Review: Improvised the Musical (***)

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Improvised musicals are a very difficult genre of theatre especially when the audience give them difficult subjects and titles, however the 'No Shoes Theatre Group' carry it off very well. The quality of the acting...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Review: Confessions of a Mormon Boy (****)

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There can be few tales which can make you feel the full range of emotions as a true story told from the heart. Steven Faels tells his true story in a solo show...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Review: Edinburgh Tonight (****)

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If you have very little time to see shows and don't know what to see then this show will produce 7 acts in about 1 hour flat! The acts change daily so no show...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Review: Batman! Holy Spoof Musical Batstravaganza (**)

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This production has a distinctly amateurish corny feel about it with some appallingly over-used puns. The acting at times feels like it needs more depth and the singing needs more polish. The puns...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Review: Llwyth (Tribe) – (*****)

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Llwyth is a brilliant, powerful, enigmatic production that takes the audience through a whole range of emotions from laughter, anger, grief to happiness all in 1 hour 45 minutes and they loved it too! Deaf...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Review: News at Kate (****)

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The beauty of the Fringe is that sometimes you can go into a free show on impulse and discover a very funny stand-up comedienne such as Kate Smurthwaite. Her material is well structured, up...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Review: Leo (*****)

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Leo is a superb physical one-man dance show show that is highly likely to have you on your feet by the end, giving a standing ovation. The show is mind-bending, illusionistic and spellbinding. Leo, Tobias...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Review: David Leddy’s ‘Untitled Love Story’ (***)

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This meditative theatre offering will leave you spaced out and yogic types will love it.This was a production of high quality although it was one that the reviewer could not seem to connect with....

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Review – Caruso and the Monkey House Trial (****)

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Reviewer: Martin Belk is editor of ONE Magazine, contributor to The Scotsman, and The Scottish Review of BooksTake an actual story from history about a famous singer named Enrico Caruso, which happens to be...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Review: The Kist (****)

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The Kist is a wonderful educational musical journey of Scottish music from its basic rhythms and Gaelic roots to the contemporary music from all over the world today. The large venue suits very well...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Review: Sharron Matthews Superstar: Jesus Thinks I’m Funny (***)

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Sharron certainly comes out in her show as being a very confident Canadian lady with a slick act that follows a script. She has a loud and powerful voice that, at times, can sound...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Review: Anton’s Uncles (*****)

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In this fresh and physical look at Chekhov’s ground-breaking play, Uncle Vanya, only the men remain, wrestling with their desires. The Los Angeles-based Theatre Movement Bazaar explodes this classic play of lives unlived, merging...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Review: The Hamiltons – High Jinks with the Hamiltons (****)

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Christine and Neil Hamilton are back for their 4th appearance, after a 2 year break, at the Fringe.  Their familiar chat show is filled with fun, liberal sprinklings of champagne for their guests and...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe: Fresher the Musical ***

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This musical which is being staged at the Pleasance Dome needs just a little more polish to its acting. I will say that this was reviewed on the first day of the preview shows...

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