Every year since 2014 we have been travelling up to the Scottish capital every August to review the largest arts festival in the world.
This is where all the content we've created over the years gets filed. This Voicebox contains reviews, interviews, opinion pieces and blogs. Enjoy!
Jordan Brookes is not confrontational. Let's repeat that, Jordan Brookes is *not* confrontational (according to his latest show)
This unspoken acrobatic show provides more questions than answers
Kotani gets candid about post-lockdown blues, break-ups, and bad reviews
To laugh cry or cry laugh – you’ll be doing both during an hour in ALOK’s presence
A fierce hour led by a rising star on the gen Z/millenial cusp
Manic Street Creature is a disarming must-see piece of gig theatre at this year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival
In an energetic, music and dance-filled hour, Alex Roberts poses the question of whether queer venues are always as safe as we expect
A joyful hootenanny of genre-boggling covers and cabaret storytelling
Maybe it’s the crystals, maybe it’s the comedy – audiences naturally lean into Lou Sanders’ eccentric set
But it really is, even though it isn't
A complicated lens on love and heartbreak
Musical real-life sisters, Chloe and Tabby, take to the stage with their debut show Bittersweet
Yes, you’ve found the best improv show of the Fringe with this eclectic mix of Kiwi comedians
This anthology on womanhood beautifully ebbs and flows as each performer tells a tale of their life so far
An audience-decided parody cram-packed with musical improv
Grace Campbell's take on herself and her relationship with men is brutally honest, graphic and witty
What the hell is going on?
A horrifying, knock-out show about hate and radicalisation
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