The director of a collaborative music project coming fresh to Edinburgh explains what it’s about
Orientalist nature of musical detracts from this production’s opulent aesthetic and commanding lead performances
The Dear Green Place has its annual comedy shindig next month. Here’s our round-up of some of the shows we’ve already seen.
From World War I to Cold War, we run through our favourite films of 2018.
A selection of our favourite reads from 2018 to add to your festive reading list
Hip-hop, metal, folk – and those are just numbers 8-10 in our writers’ end of year albums poll
The Wee Review announces the winners of its three Fringe awards for this year…
We run through some of the best shows of Fringes past that are returning again this year.
A new way of reviewing will allow greater nuance and subtlety
The Wee Review team wax lyrical on their cultural moments of the year
Our writers preview what they’re most looking forward to at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe.
The Wee Review team tell us what they’re most looking forward to culturally this year.
A few of the The Wee Review team look back at their cultural highlights of 2016.
The winners have been announced for our inaugural Fringe Awards
Our writers spill the beans on the shows that went first into their Edinburgh Fringe diaries
When unstoppable comedy force meets immovable poetry object, there can only be one winner…
We spoke to Phil Bolger, co-founder of Edinburgh Soup, an innovative new night in the city’s live events calendar.
This is a celebrity: Freddie Flintoff @ Pleasance Courtyard, from Thu 27 Aug to Sat […]
Our writers reveal what they are most looking forward to at this year’s Fringe
A handy link to The Wee Review’s coverage of Fringe 2015 so far…