With the dust settled, our writer Emma Mackenzie reflects on her first Fringe.
A wee chat with the cast of a lovely student play.
The magician who hates magic shows gives us the low-down on his Fringe.
Harrowing and poignant tale of male suicide.
Family-friendly fun with an ethereal vibe.
A lovely play worth seeing if you’re a student.
Genitalia and misogyny dominate this satirical hour.
A six-hour play that could be told in half the time.
For magic lovers definitely, for sceptics not so much.
Drunken antics are not usually this funny.
Thought-provoking depictions of the horrors of war imprisonment and chess.
An hour of laughs and “bants” that won’t disappoint.
Dark comedy with serious songs but leaves you feeling confused.
A mesmerising magic show laden with humour.
A free afternoon show that’s good for a chuckle.
A poignant yet hilarious depiction of society, dating apps and depression.
Magician returns to the Fringe for a fourth time with more tricks up his sleeve.
Aussie duo bring their award-winning play to the Fringe for the first time.