EDINBURGH FESTIVAL


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Beyond the Fringe: Five Edinburgh hits you can now see in London
By Editorial Staff · 29 Aug 2013
Didn't make it to Edinburgh? Or did, but couldn't get tickets to the word-of-mouth hits? Fear not, a fair few are making their way to the capital in the coming weeks
Michael Gambon says memory loss caused Habit of Art withdrawal
By Theo Bosanquet · 28 Aug 2013
Michael Gambon has revealed that problems with his memory caused him to withdraw from Alan Bennett's The Habit of Art in 2009
Edinburgh Fringe 2013 Awards round-up - who won what?
By Editorial Staff · 27 Aug 2013
With the 2013 Edinburgh Fringe drawing to a close yesterday (26 August 2013), here is a comprehensive list of the awards given out over the course of the three week festival
'Over two million' attend 2013 Edinburgh Fringe
By Editorial Staff · 27 Aug 2013
The world's largest arts festival just keeps growing, with organisers reporting that this year's Edinburgh Fringe set record box office figures. Anthony Alderson (Pleasance) and Kath M ...
Julie Madly Deeply (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Kieran Johnson · 25 Aug 2013
Celebrating the life and career of the legendary Julie Andrews, Sarah-Louise Young uses her admiration for the Dame to write and perform and tremendous piece of entertainment in the form of Ju
I Wish I Was Lonely (Edinburgh Fringe)
By WhatsOnStage Reviewer · 25 Aug 2013
This show at Forest Fringe asks 'how much of ourselves we've given up to the new Gods in our pockets'
Feminist Bridget Christie becomes third woman to win Edinburgh Comedy Award
By Editorial Staff · 24 Aug 2013
Female comics make a stand at this year's Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Awards, as two accept prizes from former winner Alan Partridge
Brand New Ancients (Edinburgh Fringe)
By WhatsOnStage Reviewer · 24 Aug 2013
Poet and rapper Kate Tempest tells an everyday epic over a live musical score at the Traverse
[title of show] (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Kieran Johnson · 23 Aug 2013
Making its UK debut, hit Broadway musical [title of show] plays to an almost full house at Edinburgh's Assembly Checkpoint, proving this new and relevant musical has a fair ...
Michael Coveney: Golden Ages with Spacey, Hall and Nicholas Lyndhurst
By Michael Coveney · 23 Aug 2013
By definition, a Golden Age is something that happened in the past, and yet we are continually being told that we are living in a Golden Age of this or a Golden Age of that. This week, no less ...