Joe Gardner recommends the top Australian comics to see at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe.
Things can seem grim in cultural circles, but Scotland has the potential for a bright new decade, argues Editor Robert Peacock. And as The Wee Review relaunches, we want to be part of it.
“Maybe there should be limits…? No… never!!” We chat to character comedian about new show LOIS.
The Fringe Chief Executive talks about the future for Scotland’s cultural centrepiece in conversation with editor Robert Peacock
Musical comedian Harriet Braine tells us how early years in menial jobs have given her a different appreciation of the Fringe
Haunted dresses, mafioso footballers and zombified suburbia await in July’s cinematic programme.
Actor Kathryn Haggis tells the tragic story that inspired Watching Glory Die, the Fringe play in which she stars
The young classical singer from Longniddry prepares to make her Fringe debut
Gavin Robertson ponders why producers do the Fringe when the costs are so high
Our final roundup from some of the other films at EIFF 2019.
We chat to the writer and director of moving father/daughter short Lefty/Righty.
The Belgian musician on the show she promised she would make for her late father
The character comedian behind Tina T’Urner Tea Lady tells us about the Freaks she’s bringing to the Fringe this year
Part two of our round up of some of the other delights at EIFF 2019
A selection of the some of the other films we’ve caught at EIFF so far.
We chat to the writer and director about her offbeat rom-com Emma Peeters
Think once, think twice, think fork, spoon and knife with health and safety character comedian
Interview exploring the process of being a life drawing model
In the first of our spotlight on Scottish acts at the 2019 Fringe we focus on a home venue, The Monkey Barrel.
Jazz trio ride the waves on journey to the Queen’s Hall