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Al Porter – At Large 5*****

August 23, 2016 |

Al Porter may only be 23 years old and doing his second Edinburgh hour but this ‘old school’ style comedian has the feel and presence of a guy with many more shows under his belt. Bounding onto his stage dressed … Read More

Unknown and Liminal – Eve Mutso and Liadain Herriot – 5*****

August 23, 2016 |

Unknown is a short piece, choreographed and performed by Eve Mutso, the Estonian former Principal Dancer with Scottish Ballet. For this piece, she has collaborated with Matt Strachan, providing the lighting and set design, and Merlin Bonning, who has composed … Read More

The Techtonics – Don’t Push The Button 4****

August 23, 2016 |

The Techtonics are extremely talented Imperial College London students who have come together and created an award winning a capella group, winning this year’s ICCA World Championships in New York. With a wide range of music – Queen, Adele, Right … Read More

Eden- 4****

August 23, 2016 |


Today I empathised with a bin bag. There’s a sentence I never expected to type, but for the 40 minutes of Less Theatre’s production I was in turn, surprised, charmed, concerned about, and ultimately terribly sad about a black … Read More

Opera Mouse-4****

August 23, 2016 |

Opera Mouse

This is a gentle and enjoyable way to start your morning at the Fringe with your under eights.

Tilly wants to break beyond the constraints of being a mouse to become an opera star. Unfortunately everyone she meets … Read More

Kai Humphries – In Full Colour 4****

August 23, 2016 |

For quite a few years now Kai Humphries has been performing his Edinburgh hour to big audiences and wide acclaim. This Geordie, now Edinburgh based has a wicked line of material and a cheeky chappy presence on stage and can … Read More

Kiri Pritchard – Mclean – Hysterical Woman 4****

August 23, 2016 |

There has been a preconception forever that women are not as funny as men. The perpetrators of this myth come from both sexes as well, although I suppose the weekend comedy club stereotype of a bunch of lads on the … Read More

Sophie Willan On Record 4****

August 23, 2016 |

Sophie Willan is another performer doing her debut hour at the Fringe. It is always good to make an impression early on and boy does she do it. Dancing onto her stage Ms Willan demonstrates her three ‘killer moves the … Read More

Terra Incognita – Temper Theatre – 4****

August 22, 2016 |

Climate change is a serious issue. Terra Incognita is a serious piece of dance theatre about climate change. In one of the most powerful dance performances I have seen at the Fringe, Temper Theatre explore the relationship between humankind and … Read More

Whiteout – Barrowland Ballet – 4****

August 22, 2016 |

Whiteout is an interesting piece of dance theatre, exploring the possibilities and problems of inter-racial relationships. The choreographer, Natasha Gilmore, has based much of the story on her own experiences. Six dancers – 3 male, 3 female, explore mixed race … Read More