MADE In Chelsea stars aren't perhaps the first act you'd think would be making their way to perform at the Edinburgh Fringe, but Francis Boulle and Jamie Laing are more than willing to step out of their comfort zone.
IT'S not difficult to see why audiences are flocking to see Flo and Joan : Alive On Stage.
BEING handed a kazoo on entry and playing the theme from Rocky is a good start to any show.
AS you’re led into a room labelled “Fancy Room” which turns out to be more of a cave with curtains, you’re not really sure what to expect.
EMOTIONAL, raw, and very real, The 900 Club is a eulogy to a departed friend.
MIKED up like Britney Spears and with the enthusiasm of a kids’ tv presenter, Dr Matt Winning delivers the funniest lecture you’ll ever receive.
IN an interview with The Sunday Post ahead of the Edinburgh Fringe, Carl Donnelly said that no two shows were ever the same.
HOWL is 26-year-old comic Jacob Hawley's debut show at the Edinburgh Fringe.
ONE of our favourite acts last year, Harry and Chris are back with another brilliant hour of highly enjoyable rhymes and punchlines.
EDDIE Redmayne and Daniel Day Lewis have done it, so why can’t the Kirktoon Players?