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!
‘Gallivant’ is Rajiv Karia’s exploration of your dream life versus your real life, how you thought you’d turn out and how you actually did.
‘Girls talk about things and boys talk about stuff.’ Mary Beth Barone smashes it on stage telling the story of her younger dreams of becoming a movie star.
Does your face unlock your phone when you smile? Find out if Lily’s does, and far too many more facts about her life and bodily function in a hilarious hour.
A cleverly constructed show sharing some good talent.
For kids - this could well be the greatest magic show ever. A very fun family show which is sure to delight.
A relatable comedy show that deals with some issues arising out of Covid-19 in a delicate but funny way, highlighting that it’s OK not to be OK and sharing some of the ways that you can help a friend struggling.
It’s insane but incredible to see what can be done with bubbles – those little spheres you’d make with a pot and piece of plastic when you were a child.
A disappointing and unambitious show that lives up to its name
A haunting Wild West of misdirection, nuclear physics, and the end of the world
Smiley dark comedy about eating disorders charms and troubles in equal measure
"It’s silly, sincere and heartfelt... My show is for the Ali from 2018 that didn’t know how to cope. I’d like to think if I had seen this show back then, I would have made some different decisions."
One girl makes many questionable choices from the ages of 6 to 18.
A good show with a solid concept, but…
Exploring copper mining through the form of physical theatre, dance and techno music.
Covering race, religion and Ratatouille, Vidura Bandara Rajapaksa shines in his debut Fringe hour.
A brilliant, playfully frenetic show about a comedian on trial
Intoxicating contemporary dance brilliantly presented by three young dancers.
A grotesquely funny one-woman show with a standout performance
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