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This drag extravaganza is one hour and ten minutes of musical mayhem, with games and just the right amount of audience participation
Good in places, but left me feeling there could be so much more
Do we consider Paul Merton an institution yet, because we should!
Goodbear return after their five-star run last year
After his viral TED Talk, James Veitch comes back to Edinburgh Fringe with a show about retro games, animated gifs and rubber ducks
An intense piece of drama that will captivate you from the start
Awkward, uncomfortable, disturbing, funny and moving, all in one show
A dark but clever show exploring the life of Janet Adler, in pursuit of the truth
Showcasing odd-ball covers of classic songs, Puddles invites Edinburgh Fringe-goers to the strangest cabaret clown party.
Tears, LOLs and many things stuck halfway between in a surreal take on the comedian's experience of breast cancer.
Another hard-hitting story from an unheard voice in the Middle East by the company behind Echoes.
Who would've thought a musical comedy about the 1980s could be so insightful?
Ali Beattie, Producer from Story Pocket Theatre, talks to us about producing theatre, and gives advice to young people.
Snow Queen actor and producer Arran Hawkins talks to us about Theatre Anon, working in the arts, and gives advice to those wanting to enter the industry
This unique clown-act seemed at first rather off-beat and unusual, but it clearly proved itself to be a lot more entertaining.
A fun, upbeat musical featuring an incredibly talented cast.
Cosy, warm and full of imagination: the perfect bedtime story