5★★★★★

Review: Phil Nichol- Too Much at Monkey Barrel

Fringe veteran Phil Nichol opened his new show Too Much by saying he was in a weird mood. Translation: he went into comedic overdrive.Nichol creates a welcoming atmosphere by playing his guitar as the audience...
2★★

Review: There She Is at PQA Venues at Riddle’s Court

After a short run as a work in progress last year, There She Is returns for a full month crack at this year’s Festival. While you would expect a fully worked out show after a year, this production would even l...
4★★★★

Review: Daddy Drag at Summerhall

Who needs therapy when you’ve got Daddy!Leyla Josephine stars in her one-woman show as her own father: your typical Glaswegian dad’s dad with a love for fishing, barbeques and Tennent’s lager. Forever a showma...
4★★★★

Review: Nick Elleray: Big Nick Energy at Counting House

“Life wasn’t meant to be easy”, Nick Elleray quotes from his favoured Australian Prime Minister, Malcolm Fraser which immediately sets the tone for what to expect. Big Nick Energy starts humbly - Elleray se...
4★★★★

Review: Fulfilment at Underbelly

A simple concept that demonstrates its point very well, Fulfilment poses questions about morality and greed while taking aim at one of the world’s biggest retailers. The play is based on the stories of Amaz...