5★★★★★

Review: Damian Clark: Extra Show at Gilded Balloon Teviot

Damian Clark makes his anticipated return to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with Extra Show, so titled in honour of Clark's last festival, when he had to add shows to his sell out run. This is not a modest titl...
4★★★★

Review: Stevie Martin: Vol 1 at the Pleasance Courtyard

This show has a dramatic opening, and an arty opening, and an Olympic opening, and a Victorian opening, and many, many, many other openings. Ultimately, this is a sketch show consisting pretty much entirely o...
4★★★★

Review: Siblings: Acting Out at Underbelly Bristo

The struggle of working in the arts is real - just ask anyone performing at the festival. Instead of being sycophantic about it, however, Maddy and Marina Bye have used this truth to their advantage to create...
3★★★

Review: Pete Firman: Marvels at the Pleasance Courtyard

Entering the stage dressed in a tartan suit and looking dapper, it is easy to imagine that had Pete Firman chosen an alternative career in show business, he could have easily made an excellent member of Fagan's...
3★★★

Review: Ed Gamble: Blizzard at Pleasance Courtyard

Ed Gamble is a household name in British comedy these days. He can regularly be seen on television, be heard on radio, and, apparently, be found alone at local tourist attractions seeking friends. Blizzard is ...
3★★★

Review: Flip Fabrique: Attrape Moi at Assembly Hall

Flip Fabrique are a returning act to the Edinburgh Festival and impressively they have managed to secure themselves one of the top venues in town, taking to the stage at Assembly Hall's Main Hall. Attrape Moi ...
4★★★★

Review: Kieran Hodgson: ’75 at the Pleasance Courtyard

Bouncing on to the stage, barely stopping for a breath, Kieran Hodgson gets straight down to business, setting the unrelenting pace for the tightly packed hour to come.  Hodgson’s confident performance is dizz...