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    Aug 2016
    Teatro Delusio
    Rating: Famillie Floz, the Berlin-based company of masked actors, has made a triumphant return to Edinburgh after the success of last year’s Hotel Paradiso....
  • Baby Wants Candy: The Completely Improvised Full Band Musical
    Comedy
    26
    Aug 2016
    Baby Wants Candy: The Completely Improvised Full Band Musical
    Rating: I loved this show! Of course, if you go, you won’t see the same show I saw (which was called “Vegas Strippers Save the World” in case you were...
  • Joe Stilgoe: Songs on Film
    Fringe
    25
    Aug 2016
    Joe Stilgoe: Songs on Film
    Rating: Returning to the Fringe with his infectiously enthusiastic jazz trio, Joe Stilgoe shares his lifelong passion for cinema and its music with this...
  • A Common Man: The Bridge That Tom Built
    Fringe
    25
    Aug 2016
    A Common Man: The Bridge That Tom Built
    Rating: An ambitious take on the life of Thomas Paine, Dominic Allen’s solo performance tells the enthralling tale of a common man’s life as a journalist,...
  • Café Palestine
    Fringe
    25
    Aug 2016
    Café Palestine
    In a Fringe overloaded with Brexit gags and Boris bloopers, it can come as something of a shock to encounter raw political pain and suffering on stage. But,...
  • Grimm: An Untold Tale
    Fringe
    25
    Aug 2016
    Grimm: An Untold Tale
    Rating: In the smoky haze of Underbelly Cowgate’s Belly Dancer venue, its thrust stage contains an...
  • George Egg: Anarchist Cook
    Comedy
    25
    Aug 2016
    George Egg: Anarchist Cook
    Rating: George Egg: Anarchist Cook’s distinctiveness is made apparent when wooden spoons are given to the...
  • Nev: Guts
    Comedy
    25
    Aug 2016
    Nev: Guts
    Rating: On stage Nev seems to be a one-man deadpan satire on the conventions of the typical misanthropic...
  • Cult Comics (Bisha K. Ali & Sam Golin)
    Comedy
    25
    Aug 2016
    Cult Comics (Bisha K. Ali & Sam Golin)
    Rating: Cult Comics is a typical double header; two friendly up-and-coming comics sharing an hour-long bill....
  • Jerry Finnegan’s Sister
    Fringe
    25
    Aug 2016
    Jerry Finnegan’s Sister
    Rating: Jerry Finnegan’s Sister takes place over the space of a decade, from when protagonist Brian meets...

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  • Nick Hall: Szgrabble!
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    August 26th, 2016

    Nick Hall: Szgrabble!

    Rating: Szgrabble! is a Communist themed one-man Bond movie, with scrabble as a knowing and silly metaphor for cold war chess....Read More

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    August 26th, 2016

    Bob

    Rating: It’s another one of those lost Shakespeare parody plays, and it’s one of the better ones. Bob is all the best of...Read More

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Kate Lucas: Whatever Happened to Kate Lucas?
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Kate Lucas: Whatever Happened to Kate Lucas?

August 26th, 2016 | by lidia
Rating: Kate Lucas is sweet and also somewhat scary in her show, Whatever Happened to Kate Lucas? as she shares the story of a...
Abandoman: Life + Rhymes
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Abandoman: Life + Rhymes

August 26th, 2016 | by lidia
Rating: Abandoman take the stage with boundless energy to perform their hip hop life story which takes them all the way from...
Joe Stilgoe: Songs on Film
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Joe Stilgoe: Songs on Film

August 25th, 2016 | by lidia
Rating: Returning to the Fringe with his infectiously enthusiastic jazz trio, Joe Stilgoe shares his lifelong passion for cinema...
The Vaudevillains
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The Vaudevillains

August 25th, 2016 | by lidia
Rating: The Vaudevillains, a cabaret style murder mystery musical, is a mesmerising blend of wonderful, weird and wacky, with...

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Bob
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Bob

August 26th, 2016 | by lidia
Rating: It’s another one of those lost Shakespeare parody plays, and it’s one of the better ones. Bob is all the best of Shakespeare; dark, twisted and tragic plot-lines but made accessible, and better still – funny. The...
Teatro Delusio
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Reviews

Teatro Delusio

August 26th, 2016 | by lidia
Rating: Famillie Floz, the Berlin-based company of masked actors, has made a triumphant return to Edinburgh after the success of last year’s Hotel Paradiso. In Teatro Delusio we go behind the scenes at a theatre to follow the...
Scott Agnew: I’ve Snapped My Banjo String, Let’s Just Talk
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Comedy

Scott Agnew: I’ve Snapped My Banjo String, Let’s Just Talk

August 26th, 2016 | by lidia
Rating: If there was ever a show of two halves, Scott Agnew has produced it. Initially it is a showcase of crowd-pleasing material. Obviously he is a good, bankable act, but topics like Scotland vs England make it feel like a...
Nick Hall: Szgrabble!
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Comedy

Nick Hall: Szgrabble!

August 26th, 2016 | by lidia
Rating: Szgrabble! is a Communist themed one-man Bond movie, with scrabble as a knowing and silly metaphor for cold war chess. It’s character comedy, with unfortunately wandering accents, that’s backed up by a...
John-Luke Roberts Builds a Monster
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Comedy

John-Luke Roberts Builds a Monster

August 26th, 2016 | by lidia
Rating: The show begins with John-Luke Roberts sat above the stage, perched, as a humongous Dracula. If anything, it’s more Orson Welles crossed with a Northern Dad. The show has a silly monster in the cupboard vibe, in the...