brewhemia 2
Brewhemia 1
We Were Promised Honey!
Bloody Mary: Live
The Smile Off Your Face
Daniel Silver: Looking
We Were Promised Honey!
Bloody Mary: Live
The Smile Off Your Face
Daniel Silver: Looking
Niki King: Time

Latest Reviews

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4/5

We Were Promised Honey!

A powerfully performed hour of storytelling, in which the audience are enticed to help writer and performer Sam Ward steer on a journey towards the end of civilization.
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3/5

Bloody Mary: Live

Daddy issues are nothing new, as this inventive take on Mary Tudor’s story makes clear. Here, Mary is depicted as a Gen Z Valley Girl.
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4/5

The Smile Off Your Face

A complex, unique sensory experience in which you are moved through a space. Rendered submissive, your senses are variously teased and provoked in a series of strange and at times unsettling interactions.
5
5/5

Daniel Silver: Looking

Sculptors being interested in the human body is not new. However, Daniel Silver’s exhibition at Fruitmarket manages to explore and question the subject matter in novel and affecting ways.
5
5/5

Niki King: Time

An extraordinary voice well-known to jazz, soul and blues lovers nationally and internationally, singer/songwriter Niki King takes to the stage previewing songs from her upcoming album Time.
5
5/5

Monski Mouse’s Baby Cabaret at Assembly

Those familiar with Monski Mouse will know her Baby Disco show is a total delight and an essential Fringe...
4
4/5

The Incident Room at Pleasance Courtyard

The five-year manhunt for the serial killer dubbed the Yorkshire Ripper is meaty fodder for deliberation, having...
5
5/5

Rite of Spring at the Festival Theatre

Since The Rite of Spring – created by Stravinsky and Nijinsky – scandalised Paris in 1913, there have been...
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2/5

Lou Sanders – Say Hello to Your New Step-Mummy

Comedians mentioning reviewers in their sets is never a particularly good omen. Lou Sanders name-checks us lot three...
3
3/5

Bloody Mary: Live

Daddy issues are nothing new, as this inventive take on Mary Tudor’s story makes clear. Here, Mary is depicted as a Gen Z Valley Girl.
4
4/5

Sophie Duker: Venus at Pleasance

For a debut show at the Fringe, Sophie Duker has managed to craft a near-flawless hour packed...
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3/5

Alex Kealy at Just The Tonic at The Caves

Political comedy that takes into account the effect of stink bombs on decision making, Kealy’s show, Rationale,...
4
4/5

Stevie Martin – Hot Content at Underbelly Bristo Square

In a world where becoming viral doesn’t necessarily require a course of anti-biotics, one woman and her...
4
4/5

We Were Promised Honey!

A powerfully performed hour of storytelling, in which the audience are enticed to help writer and performer Sam Ward steer on a journey towards the end of civilization.
4
4/5

The Smile Off Your Face

A complex, unique sensory experience in which you are moved through a space. Rendered submissive, your senses are variously teased and provoked in a series of strange and at times unsettling interactions.
3
3/5

Barry at Bedlam Theatre

Bedlam Theatre’s cool and vibrant atmosphere is the perfect venue for this timely production.  Dr. James Barry,...
3
3/5

Tumours at Assembly Rooms

Have you ever wondered what’d you’d eat for your final meal? Jay has, and it’s Wotsits and...
5
5/5

Wild Swimming at Pleasance

Full Rogue’s production of Wild Swimming is a joyful, clever and funny show about gender, privilege, poetry and swimming....
5
5/5

Niki King: Time

An extraordinary voice well-known to jazz, soul and blues lovers nationally and internationally, singer/songwriter Niki King takes to the stage previewing songs from her upcoming album Time.

Briefs: Sweatshop

Show up, clock in, get in formation and be ready to claim time and a half, because...

Karen from Finance is Out of Office

Pack-up your calculators and set your automatic email reply–because with a whole bunch of annual-leave up her...

Life’s a Drag

Winner of Best Cabaret & Variety Show at Fringe World 2022 Life’s A Drag takes you on a reality shaking rollercoaster ride of...
5
5/5

Daniel Silver: Looking

Sculptors being interested in the human body is not new. However, Daniel Silver’s exhibition at Fruitmarket manages to explore and question the subject matter in novel and affecting ways.

The bold and the beautiful

Art producer Michael Whitham looks ahead to the return of Edinburgh Art Festival in 2022 and chooses...

Blunderland

BLUNDERLAND is an acid trip down the rabbit hole for a variety show unlike any other! This...

Reuben Kaye: The Butch is Back

‘A comedy star!’ (Times). Fast, on the edge and brutally funny. Australia’s favourite comedian Reuben Kaye is...

Aidan Sadler: Tropicana

Join queer cabaret icon Aidan Sadler as they take you on the award-winning journey to Tropicana! Nothing is safe from...

Kate Butch: Wuthering Shites

Kate Butch, the Comic Sans of Drag, is back in Edinburgh. She’s written a musical based on the...
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5/5

Monski Mouse’s Baby Cabaret at Assembly

Those familiar with Monski Mouse will know her Baby Disco show is a total delight and an essential Fringe...
4
4/5

Kid X at Assembly Roxy

Kid X is a collaborative piece of theatre with Bassline Circus and MHz in association with Feral [Scotland]....
5
5/5

Fiddlers on the Ramp, Roman Eagle Lodge

How do you take your folk music? Nostalgic, with a whisky, or anarchic, with Irn-bru? Fiddlers on...