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Armada (Edinburgh Fringe)
This new musical from Old Hall Theatre promises 'period drama with impressive costumes'
Lockerbie: Lost Voices (Edinburgh Fringe)
The Scottish Storytelling Centre provides an apt location for this challenging political piece about Scotland's most deadly terror attack
Take It Interns (Edinburgh Fringe)
1945 Productions' new musical comedy is a stand-out at C Venues, says Kieran Johnson
Alex Horne: Lies (Edinburgh Fringe)
The multi-award-winning stand-up's new show is original, funny and engaging, says Emma Watkins
Chris Grady: Edinburgh - the half-way mark
A Theory of Justice: The Musical! at C Venues - C I'm half way through my 10 day stint, and I have to admit, I'm flagging. Today is a look-after-grady day. A bowl of fruit-...
Chris Grady: Always on the move
Exciting plans in Malaysia, a Gorilla, a beautifully crafted play, and a chance to see a musical about a musical with no name. And then a delightful dinner with an ex-colleague from my time at ...
Chris Grady: 'Cobblefoot' and other Edinburgh discomforts
Sandel at The Space @ Surgeons Hall Edinburgh. Day four. 24 shows in four days and that most Edinburgh-like of discomforts is setting in – cobblefoot. I am short on ...
Chris Grady: Some advice for those bringing shows to Edinburgh
The Showstopper's Improvised Musical at Gilded Balloon Teviot My second blog covering my Monday of Week Two – a little late since its Wednesday morning, but I've been seeing ...
Chris Grady: Edinburgh - a few more recommendations
Despatch Sunday from Adam and Eve, through Ben Moor, Peter Straker, Bristol Revunions, The Bridge and into early Monday morning with The System from South Africa. A day of ...
Chris Grady: From Stephen Hawking to Julie Andrews
Yesterday (Saturday) was my first full-day on the Fringe this year.EdFringe is all about surprising new sensations and unexpected new companies for me – so starting with a Polish company of ...