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Fringe 2023: Vincent – His Quest to Love and Be Loved

Perhaps I am a Vincent Van Gogh nerd who knows everything there is to know about the famous artist, or perhaps this show didn’t really tell us anything the average…

Fringe 2023: Japanese Boro-Inspired Slow-Stitching Workshop

This year the festival is expanding its ‘experience economy’ into skill-learning events and workshops. This Boro stitching workshop, organised by Sue at Sunshine Designs, creates an intimate environment of meditative…

Fringe 2022: Cheeky Girls Review

Edinburgh’s much loved, dark-comedy theatre collective, The Counterminers is back on stage with their fourth Fringe production, Cheeky Girls. A nimble ode to all the splendid disarray and fantasy of…

Fringe 2022: La Clique Review

‘La Clique’ is, in a word, enthralling. Having been to see one or two other circus-type cabaret shows at the Fringe, which were slightly disappointing, my expectations weren’t high upon…

Fringe 2022: The Marriage of Figaro Review

In a city where every available square meter has opened its doors to welcome the stage, it is comparatively rare to happen across a venue that isn’t a total eyesore,…

Fringe 2022: Kinky Boots Review

Negotiating prejudices, the meaning of acceptance and masculinity, and how to find one’s place and passion in the world, the musical entertains with cheeky jokes, heartfelt confessions, and powerful cast…

I Can Make You Fail Slightly Less review

Dominic Berry believes in choices. The type of choice you make inspires the consequences that unfold around you. He comes out before the show even begins, he makes small talk…

Full Moon Cabaret

It is the stuff of Fringe myth, the Holy Grail: stumbling, unplanned, on your favourite show of the year. And it being free. For the more adventurous festival-goer, this myth…