Rating: ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ Honestly, I wasn’t sure what to expect from Everything Everywhere All at Once. Informed only by a vague and uncertain synopsis of the trailer courtesy of my mum, wherein words like fantasy, sci-fi, and martial arts were thrown around, we made a last-minute cinema trip to what turned out to be one of […]
Jenny Bede is, so she claims, the first person in the world to have experienced the peculiar, life-changing ordeal that is having a baby. Luckily for us, this award-winning musical comedian is generous enough to share in the knowledge: from vaginas to piano practice, she’s got the ins and outs of motherhood covered in this […]
After a sell-out run at last year’s Fringe, Sunshine on Leith is back this year with what can only be described as an hour and a half of fun, joy, and an absolute banger of a soundtrack. The musical, written by Stephen Greenhorn and featuring the songs of The Proclaimers, is an exploration and celebration […]
Nervous excitement filled the room as Ryan marched onstage. With the audience packed into a small, stuffy room, it was a very intimate atmosphere. Ryan made it clear from the onset that, as this was a preview show, we would be guinea pigs for his latest material. Let’s be clear, Ryan’s material is dark. Meandering from material about abortion to […]
As part of a renewed effort to reinvigorate Fringe goers this year, we have seen the governing bodies involved in the festival pull out all the stops to put on one hell of a show, calling upon all sorts of acts from all over the world, resulting in one of the most bustling summers Edinburgh […]
A Fringe regular whose wacky antics snagged him the Comedians’ Choice Award in 2019, Joz Norris’s latest outing reminds us what there is to love about live comedy. In his latest incarnation, Norris prances around onstage—in various states of undress—as a vain, irascible and lovably ridiculous magician. This year he is joined by Ben Taylor, […]
Jordan Gray’s Is It a Bird? is a show which combines light surreal jokes and satirical humour simultaneously. Jordan Gray’s excitement for life is infectious. During the show I felt as if she was deftly guiding my thought process along a journey, inviting me to see the ridiculousness and hilarity present around us. She purveyed […]
In the spectacular setting of McEwan Hall, the recording of the Gordon Brown episode of Matt Forde’s podcast, The Political Party, provided a one-hour insight into the life, work and ideas of one of the few world leaders who is a true public servant, interested in the livelihoods of the people he represents over his own personal interests.