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Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 draws to a close today

The 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe draws to a close today marking the end of another fantastic edition of the greatest performing arts festival in...

Pleasance raises more than £500,000 with Waverley Care

  Volunteers and staff at Waverley Care and the Pleasance celebrated this week as the Fringe’s longest-running fundraising partnership broke the £500,000 mark. The total was...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 R- REVIEW – Notes from Shetland to...

Sophie rocks in a divine harped-shaped world. And see what she did there with that alliterative teaser? 'Notes'. When Shetland Sophie plucks her string-driven...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 REVIEW – John Lewis: Never Knowingly Undertweeted****

‘What are the odds? All those billions of Twitter account holders having anything worth saying?’ Simon Jay, ‘Performance Satirist’ presents the ultimate in sub-prime,...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 REVIEW – Just William’s Luck ***

'Shedload Theatre present a love letter to Richmal Crompton's classic characters in a fresh and dynamic adaptation. Fusing imaginative physical storytelling, screaming and screaming,...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 REVIEW – Enough*****

‘Cut. Reset. Here begins the story of my body. Uncut version.’ Have you had enough? Enough lunch? Enough sleep? Enough love? Are you good enough? Or have...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 – REVIEW – Bonqrz***

'A BonQrz style seminar about how Narin Oz’s disastrous life choices made her decide to be a budgerigar - she takes the audience on...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 REVIEW- On the Exhale ****

Brutally heart wrenching, On the Exhale, by Martin Zimmerman explores the impact of gun violence through one woman’s emotional reflection. This is a monologue...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 Review: The Drowned Bride***

When Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca was first published in 1938, no less a critic than VS Pritchett said it would be ‘here today, gone tomorrow.’ Which...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 – REVIEW – The Approach****

Three women.  Three conversations. Listen carefully.  A psychological puzzle and a quietly devastating tragedy, The Approach explores the inner lives of Anna, Cora and...