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!
With a combination of audience suggestions and on-stage direction, ‘Showstopper: The Improvised Musical’ is able to create an entirely new musical in just under 70 minutes.
Ben Hart’s show ‘Wonder’ does what it says on the tin: an awe-inspiring magic show that is a feast for the eyes.
A wonderful, withering critique of the restaurant (and perhaps fringe) culture
Magic takes a back seat with this chaotic comedy
A no holds barred regaling of the unappealing realities of life past your 20s.
If you can only see one monologue this fringe, make it this one.
“Can you imagine living in a world with no arts and culture? It would be like living in Portsmouth.”
More relatable than a Buzzfeed quiz, Magliano perfectly captures the essence of being twenty-something today in her debut show Absolutely No Worries If Not
Not your average elderly couple…
Across the political spectrum, Rosie Holt’s debut show finds hypocrisy in all the crevices with satirical character comedy
The audience knew they were in for a show, Vir Das delivered. He’s outrageous at moments and heart-wrenching at others: a must see show.
Well done for not talking about your vagina, Alison.
In this hilarious show, Charlie Russell aims to please everyone, and unsurprisingly, she succeeds.
'Autopilot' by Olivier nominated writer Ben Norris kicks off Edinburgh fringe with a thought-provoking play and a new couple to ship.
Exploring Rinkoo Barpaga’s journey as a deaf person of colour, this lively performance has the full package of drama, family and culture.
In Classic! audiences speed-read through 42 classic novels with a charming ensemble cast
A glorious win for Chloe Petts debut at Edinburgh Fringe
A well-executed characterisation, but undermined by its subject matter.
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