EDINBURGH | GLASGOW | ABERDEEN | INVERNESS | DUNDEE | PERTH

Kirsten Waller

30 Aug 2015

Hitch!


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A superb concept sadly produces a show that is decent rather than great.

28 Aug 2015

27 Aug 2015

24 Aug 2015


Aisling Bea: Plan Bea


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A slightly unfocused show, but this doesn’t detract from Bea’s sheer volume of comedy talent.


Picasso Stole the Mona Lisa


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A enjoyably silly hour of art, sex and false accusations, this show plays fast and loose with life in early 20th Century Paris.


Thrones! The Musical


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A collection of songs, skits and knob gags, this has none of the good points of the show it claims to love.

23 Aug 2015

Fully Committed


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An upbeat example of just how whiny humans can be, with a stellar central performance

20 Aug 2015

Idiots


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Combining human misery, manic energy and good jokes by the bucket load, this is the kind of work the Fringe does best.


La Meute (The Wolfpack)


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Intense, intimate and extremely French, this acrobatic display will make you laugh and gasp in equal measure.

18 Aug 2015

Semi-toned: Game of Tones


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Exeter University’s own a cappella group presents a joyful mix of stand-out songs and sublime silliness.


11 Aug 2015

Celtic Dialogues


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A whirl through Irish and Scottish folk, played with whole-hearted vitality

9 Aug 2015

The Harmonium Project


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A riot of colour and design, this is all sound and fury signifying a blistering start to the EIF and the Fringe.

5 Aug 2015

Interview: Harmonium Project


Interview

A brand spanking new, one-off live event, to celebrate 50 years of the EIF and the Festival Chorus – producer Jo Walsh talks us through what was involved.