The theme this month is art takes a trip, but it's often the case people take a trip to see the art.
This second blog instalment comes to you from a teal blue portacabin-box-office outside venue 13, at this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Enchanting, captivating, but marred by the speakers.
Want to see what accidental vulgarity looks like? Watch this show!
The best stand up comedian of my fringe experience
Two Lovers, World War Two, a Time Warp and hearts breaking everywhere. No, this isn't a Dr Who episode.
The sad clown of Edinburgh.
After completing a photography degree at Camberwell College of Art, Jonathan Maguire combined a love of exploring and film making, setting out on multiple explorations over the last few years.
The Arctic Circle take artists and scientists to one of the most remote, extreme places on earth, to create, collaborate and 'seek truth'. Voice discussed this creative joy with Director, Aaron T. O'Connor.
This young comedian takes it up another level as he dazzles us with his jokes.
English humours with a South African accent
Philosophical exchange meets stand-up with this post-lunch time lecture.
What's in a name? That which we call miserable, by any other name, would still be as miserable.
Comedy and Magic are two things that Chris Cook does quite well, which is good, because that is in a sentence, the crux of his show.
Wibble flibdy norp? Flooby dooby doopalala. Wiki plalaloo? Labananas.
A very funny hour of random and well-considered comedy.
Simply stupendous, there is nothing here to not like!