Pleasance Courtyard

Edinburgh review: Offside (Pleasance Courtyard)
Sabrina Mahfouz and Hollie McNish's new play looks at the history of women's football
Edinburgh review: Jelly Beans (Pleasance Courtyard)
BU21 director Dan Pick takes his first full-length play to the Fringe
Watch Shon Dale Jones mount two Edinburgh shows in two hours
We follow the theatremaker around Edinburgh for an afternoon as he puts on two shows, one after the other
Tape Face: 'At the Edinburgh Fringe we're street rats and pirates'
By Tape Face
Tape Face blogs about his experience as a street performer and cutting his (tape-covered) teeth on the Royal Mile
Top 10 immersive shows at the Edinburgh Festival
Ten shows we can't wait to get swallowed up by when the Festival opens this week
Edinburgh review: Lucy, Lucy and Lucy Barfield (Pleasance Courtyard)
A gem of a piece from Edinburgh about the real-life Lucy who inspired the little girl in CS Lewis' Narnia books
Pete Firman's Edinburgh Fringe Diary: 'Edinburgh audiences are the best in the world'
By Pete Firman
Now performing at his tenth consecutive Fringe, magician Pete Firman blogs about the past week at the UK's biggest performing arts festival
Edinburgh review: Nina Conti - In Your Face (Pleasance Theatre)
The comedienne returns to the Fringe with her unique take on ventriloquism
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'
Pilgrim (Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh)
'As often in small-scale solo shows, the writing's better than the theatre of it all'