Comedy Festival Fringe Theatre

Fringe 2022: Cordelia Butters Investigates Review

In the middle of the most recent spells of uncharacteristically Scottish heat when I perhaps would’ve been better off sunning myself on the Costa Del Forth. I instead found myself crammed into a tight, hot sweaty room at the top of The Counting House in Newington, perched on the end of a row of classroom […]


The Confession Tapes: The Ted Bundy Tapes Review

Be it a podcast, book, television series or film, it seems almost impossible at the moment to consume any form of media that is not obsessed with the true-crime genre, and especially the serial killer. The stereotype of this super-intelligent, hyper-violent individual is fascinating to a modern society defined by 24-hour news cycles and the […]

Fringe Theatre

Father of Lies

Setting foot in Silk in the middle of the afternoon is an incredibly daunting experience at the best of times. However, doing so as eerie music plays accompanied by the noise of wind and rain, while a passage from the Bible –‘for he is a liar and the father of lies’ (John 8:44) – is […]