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Gary Lamont


Interview

The Social Bitches go to Ishka for dinner with “that gay hairdresser off the telly!”

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Tom Allen


Interview

Comedian Tom Allen dines with the Social Bitches, and discovers Rollo’s crispy pork samosas are...

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Interviews

Gary Lamont


Interview

The Social Bitches go to Ishka for dinner with “that gay hairdresser off the telly!”

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Tom Allen


Interview

Comedian Tom Allen dines with the Social Bitches, and discovers Rollo’s crispy pork samosas are...

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Bilal Zafar

Bilal Zafar


Interview

Comedian Bilal Zafar chats to Emma Lawson about his sophomore show

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Flo & Joan


Interview

The Dempsey sisters tell us about their hotly-anticipated new show.

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Liam Withnail

Liam Withnail


Interview

"Throw something together and hope it sticks." Comedian explains the delicate creative process.

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Chris Cook

Chris Cook


Interview

Magician returns to the Fringe for a fourth time with more tricks up his sleeve.

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Derevo


Interview

Russian Fringe stalwarts Derevo talk innovation, chaos and clowning around.

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Adam

Adam


Interview

Director Cora Bissett talks to us about bringing this transgender story to stage

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Jo Clifford

Eve


Interview

We talk to transgender writer and performer Jo Clifford about this deeply personal show.

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John Scott


Interview

"Tommy Sheppard stuffed a tenner in my pocket". Another Scottish comic does our Q&A.

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Tom Ballard


Interview

Australian comedian talks political correctness and the joys of Mac'N'Cheese.

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Opinion

beauty

Beauty


Opinion

Writer and director of a new play by Edinburgh Graduate Theatre Group explains how labels...

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News and Previews

Latest Reviews

Wind-Up

Wind-Up


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Great dancers, but lacks strong and clear choreographic ideas.

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salt.


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Selina Thompson retraces the transatlantic slave trade in a powerful and evocative show.

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Shilpika Bordoloi presents Majuli

Majuli


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Some exquisite moments, but the choreography meanders just too much.

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Rosalind


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One of Shakespeare's most endearing characters is explored in this dance piece.

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