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!
Hannah Fairweather has a list of people who have wronged her. Do they all deserve to be there? Absolutely.
No one does it quite like Brendan Murphy.
You will not be disappointed with this drumming show that goes beyond rhythm and music to create a hilarious, creative explosion that will entertain everyone.
No Scrubs sees Michael Akadiri dealing with the challenges of the NHS and reckoning with the realities that when he isn’t wearing his doctor’s scrubs, some see him as a scrub.
Njambi McGrath takes us on a tour of her Kenyan heritage by turning her trauma into comedy.
One woman's quest to become a stand-up comic keeps the audience guessing
Katie Pritchard is a one woman comedy music powerhouse.
Ever wanted to be part of an orchestra? This comedy show might just change that.
A musical and comedy show entwined led by cabaret star Tina Del Twist.
A talented ensemble of students from Guildford High School make you think about the morals by which you live your life.
There aren’t quite the words to describe what goes on when that door closes, but I’m going to try.
Clown Julia Masli tells a unique story in a unique way. Completely absurd and unashamedly funny
Nicholls and Brown bring their debut hour to Edinburgh Fringe, and there’s plenty to like!
An insightful and convincing show about the reality of our future
Telling the shocking real life story of David Reimer, a boy forced to live as a girl as part of a doctor’s experiment.
A fantastic curiosity shop of storytelling and song with flashes of poetry
This the writer of Musclebound, Rosy Carrick’s, honest exploration of herself through a journey to sexual liberation with ‘80’s beefcakes’, discussing sexual power and female pleasure.
“How many of you understand the joke?”
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