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Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 – REVIEW – Viv Groskop: Vivalicious ***

In Vivalicious writer, broadcaster and comedian Viv Groskop’s attempts to become her best self through the gospel of Oprah Winfrey. Groskop grew up in a...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 REVIEW – One Woman Sex and the...

In the year Sex and the City celebrated the 20th anniversary of its first airing, writer and performer Kerry Ipema takes us on a hilarious...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 Review – About Lady White Fox with...

YVUA Arts present their award-winning About Lady White Fox with the Nine Tales, a retelling of Shakespeare’s Macbeth based on the mysterious and exotic...

Edinburgh International Film Festival 2018 Review – Ideal Home ***

Steve Coogan and Paul Rudd star as Erasmus and Paul, long-term lovers who live a carefree life in Sante Fe, where Erasmus is a...

Edinburgh International Film Festival 2018 Review: Hearts Beat Loud ****

In the hip Brooklyn neighbourhood of Red Hook, widowed dad and record store owner Frank (Nick Offerman) is preparing to send his daughter Sam...

Edinburgh International Film Festival 2018 Review: Almost Fashionable: A Film About...

Two years ago, Travis frontman Fran Healy had an idea to direct a music documentary with a difference. “I wanted to create a picture...

Edinburgh International Film Festival 2018 – Closing Gala – Swimming With...

A bittersweet British comedy packed with delightful performances, Swimming with Men – hailed ‘The Full Monty in speedos’ – is a winning comedy drama,...

Edinburgh International Film Festival 2018 – Review: In Darkness ***

Natalie Dormer stars as Sofia in a psychological revenge thriller which sadly does not live up to its initial promise. Blind pianist Sofia overhears...

Edinburgh International Film Festival – Review: RBG ****

In the documentary RBG, directors Betsy West and Julie Cohen seek to discover how softly spoken 85-year-old Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg is...

Edinburgh International Film Festival 2018 Review : Whitney ****

In the six years since Whitney Houston’s death so much has been written about her life you’d be forgiven for thinking you already know...