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!
Once again, Doug Segal blew people's minds with his seemingly crazy ability to read what those around him are thinking.
Bethany's show was full of fun and laughter, mixed in with the occasional sad note, which combined to make a great show.
A crazy show following Anna as she tries to do everything to make sure her big day is perfect.
A demonstration of the skill of sleight of hand and how to win a card game without anyone suspecting a thing.
Hugely likeable, great interaction with the crowd, but not quite enough laughs
Fun, musical entertainment for young children
A beautiful hour of weird and wonderful storytelling
It's a great feeling when you see a Free Fringe gem.
Messy, funny and silly. Sam Fletcher shares his most everyday skills.
A unique and intriguing show depicting life from the view of someone suffering with anxiety
A harrowing but ultimately wonderful comedy
Lynne taps her way into Edinburgh
A cleverly thought-out show using film and theatre to discuss the challenges faced by people who are lonely
A unique and unforgettable combination of combined arts to explore gender identity and language
Glenn Moore has the wow factor
An incredible show that will alter your perspective and make you question things you may never have questioned before
A foot stomping, hand tapping, audio-visual extravaganza by Up & Over It.
Time stood still.
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