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Fringe 2023: Holly Spillar: Hole

Holly Spillar makes her Fringe debut with the wondrous Hole, an unconventionally hilarious deep dive into vaginismus, a psychosomatic condition that prevents some, or all, types of vaginal penetration. Opening…

Fringe 2023: Chelsea Hart – Damet Garm: How I Joined a Revolution

Show’s Trigger Warnings: Discussion of Suicide and Scenes of Violence A little over nine months ago, Chelsea Hart made a TikTok that went viral, which in doing so cast them…

Fringe 2023: BATSU!

Hot off the vibrant New York and Chicago comedy scene, BATSU! have crossed the Atlantic with their riotous late-night comedy bonanza in tow, making their Edinburgh Fringe debut at the…

Fringe 2023: Kissing a Fool

Kissing a Fool is a profound and moving articulation of grief, fame, love, and the debilitating potential of creative pressure. The performance provides a deep dive into the mangled psyche…

Fringe 2022: Tom Ward: Anthem Review

Rocking up to this year’s Fringe with his unmistakeably indie haircut, and wearing an out-of-season cagoule, Tom Ward walks out into the packed Monkey Barrel room as the final chorus…

Fringe 2022: ZIP IT Review

Brought to Fringe by Annabel Harrison Productions, with an all-female cast and crew, ZIP IT is a powerful new theatre production that, in a determined and self-assured manner, leads its…

Fringe 2022: Film Club – An Improvised Comedy Review

Film Club is a cinematic-based comedy improv troupe that’s taking PBH’s Free Fringe by storm. Performing daily in Revolution Bar’s downstairs Function Room, the small group is introducing a fun…

Fringe 2022: Michael Spicer: The Room Next Door Review

Walking out onto the stage wearing his classic red-hoodie black-top combo, Michael Spicer appears as though he’s stepped straight out of our lockdown Twitter feeds. To his right, is a…