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Pickled Republic Review

“The search for purpose is rarely graceful,” sometimes it takes the form of song, sometimes dance, and sometimes it takes the form of pickles. In Ruxy Cantir’s one woman show…

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: 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 2023: The Kaye Hole Hosted by Reuben Kay

To introduce the concept of this show could be a difficult task. A moody, bombastic, often political cabaret act provided by Kaye and a fantastic live band hosted this late-night…

Fringe 2022: Blunderland Review

Nothing will prepare you for the trip that is Blunderland, an insane mix of circus, burlesque, drag and acrobatics that will transport you out of the mirrored circus tent on…

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: Shenanigans Cabaret: Burlesque Edition Review

Shenanigans Cabaret promises to be a “saucy night of delectable debauchery, featuring stunning and scintillating burlesque acts from across the UK”. A neo-burlesque show which features performers of a wide…

The Community and the Capitalist: Corporate Pride and Trying to Keep Protest Alive 

My first pride experience was here in Edinburgh this June. Having recently immersed myself into queer culture I was beyond thrilled to have my first Pride in the place I…