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Pleasance Pop-Up: Dynamic Earth

Shellshock!

Bright and bubbly musical riffs on environmental themes in zero waste venue

St Peter's, Lutton Place

35,000

Decisions, decisions. Every day we make 35,000 of them…

ZOO Southside

Inka

AI put under the microscope in creative and thought-provoking play

Wee Red Bar

Deficit

Unique take on the theatre genre which is impressive despite a lack of clarity

Underbelly Cowgate

Monsoon Season

A dark romantic comedy fueled by two fantastic performances

Pleasance Courtyard

Boar

Lewis Doherty returns to the Fringe with another stunning, thrilling hour of theatre

Underbelly Bristo Square

Sasha Ellen: Pickle

A likeable show that doesn’t surprise but leaves you with plenty of smiles

Greenside @ Infirmary Street

@SimCos3000

A good attempt to address teenage problems through a generation of gaming

Assembly Roxy

Inflatable Space

A slow, but visually superb primer on the Voyager probe

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Greenside @ Nicolson Square

Mental

A beautifully simple story about an agonising complex topic

Assembly Roxy

Knock Knock

Delightful silent fairy-tale about much more than just boy meets girl

Gilded Balloon @ Patter Hoose

Henry Box Brown

Epic story and breathtaking music marred by poor venue facilities

Greenside @ Infirmary Street

And Then They Died

Fledgling company present comic meta-theatre in repeat of strong debut

Pleasance Courtyard

Lucy Porter: Be Prepared

Would adult life goals be more achievable if badges were handed out? Lucy Porter ponders this and more in her latest show

Pleasance Courtyard

The Incident Room

An empathetic look into the investigation that caught The Yorkshire Ripper

theSpace @ Surgeon's Hall

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A millenial trying to have a baby in a dystopian future

Features

Interview

Gretel Brice

One woman is at the Fringe to turn her cancer story into a creative legacy for her children

Vir Das
Interview

Vir Das

Udita Banerjee talks to the comic leading the way on India’s burgeoning scene

Interview

Ty Jeffries

Sarah Howells takes tea and talks memories with Miss Hope Springs’ creator, Ty Jeffries

Peter Buckley Hill
Interview

Peter Buckley Hill

The man who put the PBH into PBH’s Free Fringe talks turkey as he prepares for the 20th (and last?) installation of the show that started it

White Collar Comedy
Interview

White Collar Comedy

“I’m an atheist with regard to that kind of god.” We spoke to the trio of vicars-cum-comedians heading Edinburgh-wards with their unconventional take on Christianity.

Experience

Working to make it work

Eve Simpson talks about her experience of being a young, working-class woman bringing her first play, Twice Over, to the Fringe

Opinion

Banjoko is no joke-o

As E4 announce a familiar-sounding TV show, we ask: has President Obonjo had his identity stolen?

The_Little_Death_Club_Bernadette_Byrne_freakshow_by_Ayesha_Hussian
Interview

Bernie Dieter

Little Death Club’s glamorous compère talks diversity, glamour and gin. Lots of gin.

Interview

Love, Loss and Cake

Every year new performers come to Edinburgh in August hoping to make a name for themselves and establish a career. But not every Edinburgh debutant is on that path…

Interview

Susan Riddell

“It’s just me marvelling at people who can be arsed doing anything.” We spoke to the rising star about her debut Fringe hour, Duvet Day.

The Chosen
Interview

Kally Lloyd-Jones

Company Chordelia’s artistic director talks about the losses that inspired her new dance piece The Chosen

West End Producer 1
Interview

West End Producer

Geoff Ford talks to the mysterious theatreland figure making his Fringe debut this year

Interview

Lucy Farrett

“Maybe there should be limits…? No… never!!” We chat to character comedian about new show LOIS.

Ciara Harvie
Interview

Ciara Harvie

The young classical singer from Longniddry prepares to make her Fringe debut