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!
Geordie comedian shares his secrets on how to be happy, and somehow, they all make sense!
Gambling, alcohol and a lot of fighting is the order of the day with this piece, as we sit down and join the Ballardbrothers at their father's wake...
This is a show about a clown. No, it's not just a show about a clown – it's the best show about a clown because (SPOILER) it doesn't contain the use of any unicycles or impractically small vehicles...
I saw this show on a whim, and with that whim I was blown away. It's officially the best whim of my life.
Politics, being Scottish, McDonalds, dieting and vegetarianism are the order of the day for this standup show, with BAFTA nominated Iain Stirling.
Hairline opened with the most original start to a routine – slick and funny with the right level of ridiculousness.
People never change, not really, and over the past 175 years can we say that we've learned from our mistakes? Perhaps, we've certainly changed as individuals, but as a species?
Absolutely hilarious cathartic post-coital confessions by the best comedienne I've seen so far.
Kevin J brought his childhood to life on stage, describing just what it is like to grow up on a notorious North London council estate, and the community spirit that comes with it.
Justin did not miss a laugh - best comedian i've seen so far
A quick interview with the lovely and hilarious Susan Harrison.
London's freshest comedian with a chilled sense of humour.
Hit or miss? Definitely a miss.
A hilarious show full of everything girls are too embarrassed to talk about, Morro and Jasp kept the audience on their toes and delivered a fantastic performance that had the audience laughing from start to finish.
With a long line of bird fanatics before her, 'Harriet' weaves a detailed narrative.
An impressively executed one-woman show, following Joanie as she walks us through her day to day life, into the one event that changed it for the better.
Female comedy sketch group should be charged with GBH for splitting the sides of their audience.
The time travelling victorian duo will knock you into next week with their acts
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