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Random Bag Check review

Random Bag Check is a marvellous show – despite the stigma surrounding the Free Fringe. Sadia Azmat and Vittorio Angelone bring with them both experience and a refreshing view on…

Zoe Lyons: Entry Level Human review

Zoe Lyons is a physical and vocal comic and displays her excellence from start to finish. From her use of the entire stage to her witty responses to audience participation,…

Rhys Nicholson – Nice People Nice Things Nice Situations review

Rhys Nicholson presents a show as wonderfully flamboyant as himself. The laughs start from his joyful entrance. He is smartly dressed, which is surprising but welcomed given the overwhelming trend…

‘Utterly brilliant’: Faustus review

The evening starts with a charmingly dressed gentleman on the stage, and a soothing voice purring from him welcomes the audience to the tale of the power and greed of…

Brian Gallagher – A**hole New World review

Brian Gallagher opens with a dig at the Scottish streets and hills which immediately captivates the audience, along with his warm and inviting Irish lilt which draws them in further.…

‘Wonderfully encapsulates womanhood’: Armour – A Herstory of the Scottish Bard review

Armour is compelling and utterly emotional from start to finish. The play shows the two loves of Robert Burns’ life, Nancy Maclehose (Lydia Davidson) and Jean Armour (Lori Flannigan), meeting…

‘Everything it means to be Scottish and proud’: The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo 2019

For every Scot, the sight of Edinburgh castle up on its hill is one which always brings home a beating thud of patriotism. Two events in our home city amplify…

‘We are not alone’: an interview and personal reflection with Fraser Hume

Content warning: mentions of mental illness The true struggle of mental health is a source of confusion for many, including those, like myself, who suffer. I have spent most of…