The Curing Room (Pleasance Theatre)
By Jimmy Kelly

'Worth a look, though maybe not too closely'

Deborah Frances-White: Half A Can of Worms (Edinburgh Fringe)

Frances-White tells her engaging story of tracking down her birth mother

Broke (Edinburgh Fringe)

A multi-layered look at debt and poverty from The Paper Birds

He Had Hairy Hands (Edinburgh Fringe)

A brilliantly executed comic tale of werewolves, murder and mystery

Richard Marsh: 'I'd had enough of love stories for a while'

Playwright, poet and performer Richard Marsh discusses comedy, "screenwriting for the ears" and his new Edinburgh Fringe show Wingman

Edinburgh Fringe 2013 Awards round-up - who won what?
By Editorial Staff
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
Brett Goldstein Contains Scenes of an Adult Nature (Edinburgh Fringe)
Goldstein's new stand-up show tackles 'pornography, crying and how to survive a New York blackout, dignity intact'
Ballad of the Burning Star (Edinburgh Fringe)
The award-winning Theatre Ad Infinitum present a cabaret-infused tale about the Israel/Palestine conflict
On The Beach (Edinburgh Fringe)
John Osborne, the creator of John Peel's Shed, returns to the Fringe with a new show based on his experience visiting seaside towns
Latest Fringe Firsts include Waller-Bridge's Fleabag and Ridley's Dark Vanilla Jungle
By Editorial Staff
Six more winners of The Scotsman‘s prestigious Fringe First awards have been announced in Edinburgh.Now in their 40th year, the Fringe Firsts are the longest running theatre awards ...