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Vittorio Angelone: Work In Progress

Vittorio Angelone previews a work in progress of his brand new show ahead of the Fringe. Dave Comedy Awards Best Newcomer Nominee 2022. As seen/heard ...

Steve Bugeja: Self Doubt (I Think)

The creator and star of ITV2's hit sitcom, Buffering, is back on the road following a sell-out 2022 tour and a critically acclaimed run at ...

Edward's Talk - What's Driving You?

Edward (never Ted) has delivered his talk on speed awareness 2191 times over the last 10 years. Today, it’s not quite going to plan.

Andrew Maxwell: The Bare Maximum

The double Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee and one of the Fringe’s favourite storytellers is back and doing what he does best – finding the funny ...

Baby Wants Candy
Baby Wants Candy
7/31 - 8/25/2024

One of the world’s most celebrated improv shows EVER heads back to the Fringe for its 17th year with a run of 26 brand new ...

Gary John Miller: Goof
Gary John Miller: Goof
8/1 - 8/25/2024

A show about growing up and the intense urge to refuse to do so.

Mark Thomas: Gaffa Tapes
Mark Thomas: Gaffa Tapes
7/31 - 8/25/2024

Mark’s now famous mix of standup, theatre, journalism and the odd bout of performance art has made him one of our oldest surviving alternative comics. ...

Shamilton! The Improvised Hip Hop Musical

One of the Fringe’s smash-hit sensations is back for the third year running with their latest ad-libbed creation following another critically acclaimed festival.   Based ...

Amy Mason: Free Mason
Amy Mason: Free Mason
7/31 - 8/26/2024

After coming out in her late 30’s, the off-kilter Funny Woman finalist and  BBC New Act nominee talks raising kids, rinsing homophobes and confronting her ...

Chris Grace: Sardines (A Comedy About Death)

Following a highly acclaimed sell-out debut hour at last year’s Fringe, Chris Grace returns to Edinburgh to explore the tragic, hilarious and important questions of ...

Harry Stachini: Grenade
Harry Stachini: Grenade
7/31 - 8/26/2024

A masterful storyteller with one of the most amiable and easy-going stage presences on the comedy circuit today, Harry Stachini looks at honesty in his ...

Ed Byrne: Tragedy Plus Time

TV favourite Ed Byrne brings his Best Reviewed Show at the 2023 Edinburgh Festival and his most personal show to date to Dunfermline!

Ed Byrne: Tragedy Plus Time

TV favourite Ed Byrne brings his  Best Reviewed Show  at the 2023 Edinburgh Festival, British Comedy Guide's No 1 Comedy show of 2023, and his ...

Alfie Brown: Red Flags Galore!

In his new show, award winning comedian Alfie Brown is showing signs that he probably can't have a healthy relationship and proceeding down the road ...

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Latest Scotland Reviews

Review: ROOST, Oran Mor

by Natalie O'Donoghue - May 18, 2024

When social worker Hana has to deliberate upon Bingo’s case for the custody of his daughter, his unusual hobby as a ‘doo-man’ catches her off guard. Through him, she is flung back into the world of pigeon keeping....

Review: MACBETH (AN UNDOING), Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh

by Natalie O'Donoghue - May 15, 2024

When her husband returns victorious from the battlefield with a prophecy that he is to become King of Scotland, Lady Macbeth will stop at nothing to make their darkest ambition a reality....

Review: EVERYBODY'S TALKING ABOUT JAMIE, King's Theatre, Glasgow

by Natalie O'Donoghue - May 14, 2024

Jamie New is sixteen and lives on a council estate in Sheffield. Jamie doesn’t quite fit in. Jamie is terrified about the future. Jamie is going to be a sensation. Supported by his brilliant loving mum and surrounded by his friends, Jamie overcomes prejudice, beats the bullies and steps out of the d...

Review: IRVINE WELSH'S PORNO, Kings Theatre Glasgow

by Mary Baillie - May 13, 2024

Porno lives up to its opening line: sequels are never as good as the original. Edinburgh's infamous pack of misfits (Renton, Bigbie, Sick Boy and Spud) reunite ten years after their appearances in the award-winning Trainspotting. They're all grown up, and surpisingly still alive....

Review: MAGGIE & ME, Tron Theatre

by Mary Baillie - May 13, 2024

Ten years after his award-winning memoir, Damian Barr revisits his past onstage with the National Theatre of Scotland in Maggie & Me. This brave piece recounts growing up gay in the straight world of Margaret Thatcher's working class Britain... among the Ravenscraig steelworks of Motherwell. Barr ex...


by Cheryl Markosky - May 13, 2024

In the summer of 1962, Sir Laurence Olivier invited lighting designer Richard Pilbrow to 'sort out the bloody awful lighting' at Chichester Theatre two days before it opened. Pilbrow replied there was nothing he could do in so short a time. 'Well, you're no bloody use, are you?' Olivier quipped....

Review: WHAT THE BUTLER SAW, Perth Theatre

by Mary Baillie - May 07, 2024

Cross-dressing, guns, psychiatry, politics, incest, adultery and accidental overdoses interlace in Joe Orton's final and most subversive play. Unfortunately to a modern audience it feels dated....


by Natalie O'Donoghue - May 04, 2024

A surreal chaotic comedy following a misfit family from Glasgow’s fringes as they prepare a party to say farewell to a beloved black-market animal....


by Mary Baillie - May 03, 2024

After spellbinding success in the Edinburgh Fringe, the not-safe-for-work musical parody Unfortunate dives into Glasgow to stage a revolutionary queerification of Disney's 1989 movie The Little Mermaid. ...

Review: SISTER ACT, Kings Theatre Glasgow

by Mary Baillie - May 01, 2024

This divine revival of the iconic movie follows nightclub singer Deloris van Cartier (Landi Oshinowo), whose life takes an unlikely turn after she witnesses a mobster murder. Seeking refuge in a holy convent, she poses as a nun revamping the sisters' struggling choir... despite protests from the aus...


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