• Blood Cells
    Film
    28
    Jun 2015
    Blood Cells
    Rating: With the tragic and sweeping effects of foot-and-mouth disease on the British farming industry at its core, this film charts the journey of one man...
  • Black Mountain Poets
    Film
    28
    Jun 2015
    Black Mountain Poets
    Rating: An improv comedy following two attempted JCB-thieves posing as poets on a retreat in the Black Mountains of Wales, this film is part of director Jamie...
  • Eadweard
    Film
    27
    Jun 2015
    Eadweard
    Rating: A biopic about Eadweard Muybridge, the pioneering Father of Photography famed for his studies of animal locomotion, this beautifully shot film follows...
  • Len and Company
    Film
    27
    Jun 2015
    Len and Company
    Rating: A relatively small but perfectly formed cast shine in this rather sweet film reinforcing the importance of a supportive network of family and friends,...
  • Narcopolis
    Film
    27
    Jun 2015
    Narcopolis
    Rating: A gritty British crime thriller with a futuristic twist, Narcopolis opens in 2044 with a young man destroying a mainframe. Step backwards to 2024 where...
  • Scott Capurro Islamohomophobia: Reloaded
    Comedy
    28
    Aug 2014
    Scott Capurro Islamohomophobia: Reloaded
    Rating: As you can tell from the title Scott is not going to hold back on any topic. As expected from the...
  • Sirens
    Reviews
    28
    Aug 2014
    Sirens
    Rating: Belgian collective Ontroerend Goed’s latest production explores the question of gender: laying bare...
  • Ellie Taylor: Elliementary
    Comedy
    23
    Aug 2014
    Ellie Taylor: Elliementary
    Rating: Having conquered (appeared on) TV, Ellie Taylor sets her sights on Fringe success with her enjoyable,...
  • Bunker Trilogy: Agamemnon
    Reviews
    23
    Aug 2014
    Bunker Trilogy: Agamemnon
    Rating: The Bunker Trilogy returns this year after a sellout run at the Fringe in 2013. Agamemnon forms part...
  • Fin Taylor: Real Talk
    Comedy
    22
    Aug 2014
    Fin Taylor: Real Talk
    Rating: In an entertainingly self-deprecating debut Fringe hour, Fin Taylor explores what it means to be...
  • Mary Stewart
    Reviews
    19
    Aug 2014
    Mary Stewart
    Rating: An outdoor performance in the gardens of Duddingston Kirk Manse, played out as darkness falls, Mary...
  • Lights! Camera! Improvise! The Improvised Movie
    Comedy
    19
    Aug 2014
    Lights! Camera! Improvise! The Improvised Movie
    Rating: Fringe regulars Mischief Theatre are once again performing an improvised movie live on stage in their...
  • Julian McCullough: Dream Girls
    Comedy
    14
    Aug 2014
    Julian McCullough: Dream Girls
    Rating: If you’re 40 then this show might feel like a wave of nostalgic pop culture, and if you’re 20 it...
  • Lands of Glass
    Reviews
    12
    Aug 2014
    Lands of Glass
    Rating: Adapted for the stage from Alessandro Baricco’s novel, this wonderfully creative piece of musical...
  • Beowulf: The Blockbuster
    Reviews
    11
    Aug 2014
    Beowulf: The Blockbuster
    Rating: Compelling, gripping, funny and poignant, this one-man show reminds us that the best stories don’t...

Latest Comedy

  • Joseph Morpurgo: Odessa
    0
    August 28th, 2014

    Joseph Morpurgo: Odessa

    Rating: Odessa is an innovative, multimedia stand-up show, which extrapolates from a short sequence of old VHS footage a complex...Read More

  • Squidboy
    0
    August 28th, 2014

    Squidboy

    Rating: Trygve Wakenshaw – the New Zealand born creator of Kraken – returns with Squidboy, which had a very...Read More

  • Ellie Taylor: Elliementary
    0
    August 23rd, 2014

    Ellie Taylor: Elliementary

    Rating: Having conquered (appeared on) TV, Ellie Taylor sets her sights on Fringe success with her enjoyable, if a tad...Read More

Latest Theatre

  • Ubu and the Truth Commission
    0
    Reviews
    August 29th, 2014

    Ubu and the Truth Commission

    Rating: Despite the raw sensitivity of the material, and the very real concerns about its portrayal, Ubu and the Truth...Read More

Sirens

Sirens

August 28th, 2014
Love to Love to Love You

Love to Love to Love You

August 28th, 2014
Letters Home

Letters Home

August 23rd, 2014
Theatre on a Long Thin Wire

Theatre on a Long Thin Wire

August 23rd, 2014

Latest Music

Patrias
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Patrias

August 28th, 2014 | by edfest
Rating: Patria means ‘motherland’ in Spanish and famous flamenco guitarist Paco Pena’s new show combines music,...
Ute Lemper
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Ute Lemper

August 22nd, 2014 | by edfest
Rating: The jaunty strains of Weill’s Little Three Penny Music, from the Threepenny Opera, lead us into an evening of Wiemar...
Black is The Colour of My Voice
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Black is The Colour of My Voice

August 22nd, 2014 | by edfest
Rating: Apphia Campbell walks out on stage and is immediately arresting, entering into the dark and singing a Nina Simone song...
Miranda Sings
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Miranda Sings

August 22nd, 2014 | by edfest
Rating: Miranda Sings – AKA Colleen Ballinger, is known world wide for her out-of-tune singing, silly faces and signature...

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Blood Cells
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Film

Blood Cells

June 28th, 2015 | by edfest
Rating: With the tragic and sweeping effects of foot-and-mouth disease on the British farming industry at its core, this film charts the journey of one man relegated to the outskirts of society. Adam, suffering the knock-on...
Black Mountain Poets
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Film

Black Mountain Poets

June 28th, 2015 | by edfest
Rating: An improv comedy following two attempted JCB-thieves posing as poets on a retreat in the Black Mountains of Wales, this film is part of director Jamie Adams’s “Modern Romance” trilogy. For a low-budget film with a...
Eadweard
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Film

Eadweard

June 27th, 2015 | by edfest
Rating: A biopic about Eadweard Muybridge, the pioneering Father of Photography famed for his studies of animal locomotion, this beautifully shot film follows the life of the English photographer through the 1870s and 80s. Its...
Len and Company
0
Film

Len and Company

June 27th, 2015 | by edfest
Rating: A relatively small but perfectly formed cast shine in this rather sweet film reinforcing the importance of a supportive network of family and friends, and the consequences of what might happen when this all goes wrong....
Narcopolis
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Film

Narcopolis

June 27th, 2015 | by edfest
Rating: A gritty British crime thriller with a futuristic twist, Narcopolis opens in 2044 with a young man destroying a mainframe. Step backwards to 2024 where most of the film is set, and drugs have been legalised and are used...