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!
Inflatable Space uses innovative methods to create an aesthete's dream.
Anything With A Pulse is high energy with plenty of dancing, jigging and jumping, yet highlights some important problems with today’s society and dating culture.
Izzy knows her comedy, how to use resources around her, and gets to deliver in a comfortable space with ample leg room!
The audience are captivated straight away, and Alice’s delivery is fantastic. Comic timing and good stories make this a must see.
With impressive animations and visuals, plenty of 'skanking' and lightsaber battles, Complicité’s 'I'll Take You To Mrs Cole!' is an 80’s paradise.
Whether there was only six or 600 of us, John Pendal performed with everything he had.
Bodacious, conspiratorial, and exceptionally sharp witted, McCabe is a force to be reckoned with.
They’re not likely to save the world, but they will offer a distraction from it
Amusing and adaptable, Tom Brace is a great magician for children, with just enough sauciness to keep adults entertained
The controversial comedian brings a tight and funny set to the Fringe.
A hidden gem in a room that was so hard to find, not even the staff knew where it was.
25 sketches. One hour. Non-stop belly laughs.
Just your garden variety Pakistani, female, lesbian Muslim, who adopted a black son with her white wife; definitely nothing to see here.
Loyisa Gola jokes about why we love the things we love, and what effect that has on our culture
Girl Code Theatre have written some helpful tips on keeping yourself safe and having a great night out at Edinburgh Fringe. They're also performing at Sweet Novotel every day until the 11th!
A big laugh but the focus was magic - and some stunning tricks were delivered.
Maisie is a likeable comedian who explores the point about mistakes made ‘in the moment’ and how you should own them. Regular laughs and threads tied nicely together despite the backing track.
An hour long comedy show packed with light hearted humour and a political kick that Matthewson executes with a confident air of professionalism, An Inconvenient Poof is sure to make you smile.
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