Edinburgh Festival

Murmel Murmel (King's Theatre, Edinburgh)
The Edinburgh International Festival closes with a surreally entertaining German comedy
Sam Simmons wins Edinburgh Comedy Award
The Australian comic has been nominated twice before; Sofie Hagen was named Best Newcomer
Lanark (Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh)
David Greig's adaptation of Alasdair Gray's "Life in Four Books" is a 'must-see triumph'
The Magic Flute (Festival Theatre, Edinburgh)
Following their hit Golem, 1927 return to Edinburgh with a "non-stop visual treat to accompany Mozart's strange fairytale"
A String Section (Summerhall)
'One of the most gripping and visceral things I have seen this festival'
Funniest joke of the Fringe winner revealed
By Editorial Staff
Darren Walsh's joke about mobiles overcame competition including a 12-year-old girl
Matt Trueman's Edinburgh diary - Are small companies being crowded out?
'If you look around the Fringe this year, it's full of big organisations'
5 minutes with: Patrick Kielty - 'I've stumbled into happiness'
The Belfast-born comic on making his debut at the Edinburgh Fringe
Butt Kapinski (Liquid Rooms, Edinburgh)
'This is a collaborative act, playing along and fooling around'
Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour (Traverse, Edinburgh)
Lee Hall and Vicky Featherstone team up on a blistering adaptation of Alan Warner's The Sopranos