EDINBURGH FESTIVAL


Reviews


Jack Dee's Helpdesk (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Ben Hewis · 18 Aug 2014

The straight faced comedian is joined by a different panel of comedians each night to try and solve fringe-goers' problems

Blind Hamlet (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Catherine Love · 18 Aug 2014

An intriguing premise fizzles out in Nassim Soleimanpour's new play

Blind (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Ben Hewis · 18 Aug 2014

UK Beatboxing champion Grace Savage gives a stellar performance in this touching one-woman show

Minetti (Edinburgh International Festival)
By Michael Coveney · 18 Aug 2014

Peter Eyre is striking as the late German actor

The Generation of Z: Edinburgh (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Ben Hewis · 18 Aug 2014

New Zealand theatre company Royale Productions brings this immersive Zombie experience to the Fringe

Russell Grant: Strictly Edinburgh (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Ben Hewis · 17 Aug 2014

The Strictly Come Dancing star recounts his life story at the Gilded Baloon

Neil Henry's Impossible (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Ben Hewis · 17 Aug 2014

This magic show at the Pleasance Courtyard puts the audience in control of seemingly impossible tricks

Josie Long: Cara Josephine (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Rosie Bannister · 17 Aug 2014

Josie Long provides a more self-reflective hour of comedy than before

Kraken (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Rosie Bannister · 17 Aug 2014

Trygve Wakenshaw brings another absurd hour to Edinburgh

Sunday Morning (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Ben Hewis · 17 Aug 2014

James Cuningham's one-man play is a vivid depiction of the anxieties we encounter when facing major life changes