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!
8:8 tries to connect us to the people around us, but ultimately fails.
A mostly satisfying if slightly pedestrian hour of stand-up.
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.
A good show that tackles a hard subject in an intelligent way. The torment is expertly portrayed and we have some star actors in the making.
'An Italian Sex Drama’ - this is a story of entrapped women, family journeys and has promise; but failed to deliver a punch.
This production takes the classic Shakespearean text and drenches it in booze.
An incredible show of acrobatics exploring what it means to be human. The feats are amazing and you must see this.
Footnotes is quirky, ridiculous and fantastic. He interacts with audience members throughout and even manages to hand out chamomile tea.
A 30 Minute Parody of Top Gun, a movie I have never seen. It delivered musicals, singing, dancing and lots of fun (which I can only guess wasn’t in the original film).
Funny, emotional, observant. An insightful and brilliant piece of work by a very talented performer.
Overman discusses sex, consent, identity and nationality, all with delightful humour.
“I once had a guy never call me back because I rolled my eyes when he said Mark Zuckerberg was his hero.”
No one wants to hear about Brexit. I do if Lolly Jones is on the mic.
Someone give this man a bloody TV show.
Ambika and Andrew are the peanut butter and jam of comedy; an unlikely duo that found each other and now you just can’t get enough.
Britain’s Most Hated Comedian delivers a heartfelt and hilarious show
"We are hallucinating all the time, but when we agree on that hallucination that's when we call it reality."
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