17 Edinburgh Fringe shows commemorating the centenary of the First World War
By Ben Hewis · 4 Aug 2014

Today marks the centenary of the outbreak of World War I, Ben Hewis takes a look at some of the productions at the Edinburgh Fringe that are marking the occasion

A few of my favourite Edinburgh things: Director Ed Stambollouian
By Theo Bosanquet · 17 Jul 2014

Work, rest and play, we find out where Ed prefers to spend his time every August

Infographic: Edinburgh Fringe in numbers
By Ben Hewis · 8 Jul 2014

This year's Edinburgh Fringe is another record-breaker, and here are the (eye-watering) stats to prove it

Edinburgh survival guide (don't leave home without it!)
By Katie Brennan · 8 Jul 2014

Here it is - the ultimate guide to surviving, and maybe even thriving, at the world's largest arts festival

Edinburgh 2014: Our picks of the Fringe and EIF
By Editorial Staff · 8 Jul 2014

The job of picking highlights from the 400-plus page programme is no mean feat, but we've given it a good go. Shows are listed in time order to help you plan your Festival schedule

Quentin Crisp show transfers to St James after Edinburgh
By Editorial Staff · 3 Jul 2014

The EdFringe is still a month away but London transfers are already being announced

63 of the most eye-catching show titles at this year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival
By Ben Hewis · 9 Jun 2014

We looked through the brochure so you don't have to

Edinburgh Fringe programme exceeds 3,000 shows for first time
By Theo Bosanquet · 5 Jun 2014

This year's programme marks an 11 percent increase on 2013

Silk Road play aiming to be first funded by Bitcoin
By Theo Bosanquet · 28 May 2014

Playwright Alex Oates has launched a fundraising campaign targeting users of the online currency

From Anne Archer to Michelle McManus - Assembly Rooms announces Fringe line-up
By Editorial Staff · 20 May 2014

With the launch of the 2014 Fringe brochure imminent, Assembly Rooms has announced a varied programme