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!
McGhie tried something new, but it was no victory
Canadian comedian smashes it at the Fringe
A crude comedy sketch show that fell short of expectation.
A cleverly pieced together sketch show that confused, amused and outright shocked the audience from start to finish.
You awake to find yourself in... The Dark Room. What do you do, Darren?
Putting the Fun in Funeral, and making weddings woeful. Such is the life of Amy Howereska.
Bailey's routine exuded such a level of energy, that would raise up even the dullest of demeanours.
Tez's show is original, witty and incredibly clever, combining his beliefs and his nationality in a hilarious piece of stand-up comedy that will have you laughing from start to finish.
A one-woman show tells the audience a story about the implications of a world in which technology can pre-empt our decisions based on our digital fingerprint.
A light-hearted comic with a charming sense of humour, David indulged us with stories about his wife and his hair-dresser.
Neil Henry really "Tabozw" the audience - AMAZING
I am in awe at the unapologetically funny Nina Conti.
A group of writers are commissioned to aid with the staging of the 1969 moon landing.
If the devil exists, he has surely possessed this man!
Awsum upped the ante with the stakes of ridiculousness in his show this year. The laughs he got in the packed out, sweltering venue were some of the loudest I'd heard yet.
Chris Betts is witty, charming and very funny, and his amusing show, full of behind-the-bar observations and crude jokes, is a great way to end the day.
Young theatre group gets away with the home run
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