A glorious win for Chloe Petts debut at Edinburgh Fringe
Shit, a performance created by MILKE and Dee & Cornelius, tells the story of Billy, Bobby and Sam. This production examines misogyny in a heartbreaking and provocative way.
Kirsten Vangsness, American star of Criminal Minds, brings a performance to the Assembly Rooms that is energetic, engaging and comical.
A visually impressive, honest and incredibly skilled presentation exploring the challenges of motherhood in the modern day.
Bethany Heath’s (almost) one woman show, Definitely Louise, explores her character’s loneliness and inner turmoil in a strong and emotive way.
Australian comic, Louisa Fitzhardinge, along with her pianist John, presents Comma Sutra, a comical show discussing the use of improper grammar and punctuation.
The wacky and creative duo parody the character of a haphazard life coach in this hour long comedy.
Energy oozes out of this performance about Sabrina and her friends and family as they all struggle to find their place in the world.
Footnotes is quirky, ridiculous and fantastic. He interacts with audience members throughout and even manages to hand out chamomile tea.
Passengers is a beautifully directed dark comedy about mental health and the battles within the mind. The educational values and relevance of this performance in today’s society is incredibly high.
Ali and Alpo is a collaboration between Finnish dancer and choreographer Alpo Aaltokoski and Iraqi oud lute musician Ali Alawad.
A production in which the performers are incredibly insync and perfectly in time with the music throughout, there is no room for error in The Desk.
Holt stands in solidarity with the anxious, over thinkers of the world as he tackles confusion and communication. Phrases is fun, eccentric and clever.
Appropriate is a witty tale of an Irish woman living in the countryside that has you gripped to find out what else could possibly happen in her tales of her dramatic love life.
Anything With A Pulse is high energy with plenty of dancing, jigging and jumping, yet highlights some important problems with today’s society and dating culture.
With impressive animations and visuals, plenty of 'skanking' and lightsaber battles, Complicité’s 'I'll Take You To Mrs Cole!' is an 80’s paradise.
An hour long comedy show packed with light hearted humour and a political kick that Matthewson executes with a confident air of professionalism, An Inconvenient Poof is sure to make you smile.
"Award-winning all-male company makes an explosive Edinburgh debut. With contrasting scores by artist Keaton Henson and composer Charlotte Harding, this double-bill asks where we see ourselves in relation to the 'other'."