A diverse programme of events hoping to attract diverse audiences to Charlotte Square Gardens this summer.
Now in its eighth year, Summerhall once again promises a verisimilitude of visual arts, music, and theatre projects for the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe.
Japanese anime, daredevil free soloist climbers and Robert Redford’s last acting role await at the Filmhouse.
In a transformation worthy of Michael Bay, Ewan Spence goes from jaded local to #EdFringe #hipster thanks to the press previews.
Ahead of the press previews, Ewan Spence is worried that the Fringe may not be able to deliver this year and he’s looking for some inspiration.
We caught up with the double Chortle award-winner to chat about her new Fringe show.
Festival City Theatre Trust becomes Capital Theatres in identity refresh.
A look ahead to the month of March at the Edinburgh Filmhouse.
A look ahead to the Oscar nom-heavy setlist at the Edinburgh Filmhouse.
Sneak preview of the 10 releases on offer at independent Edinburgh cinemas this December.
Ken Wilson looks at the Edinburgh author as the city prepares to celebrate her centenary
Our writers preview what they’re most looking forward to at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe.
A handful of class acts prove size doesn’t matter in some of Scotland’s smaller venues this June.
Another Edinburgh venue dies, but the spirit doesn’t.
Burying your head in the sand never sounded so good.
Four day horror extravaganza with intriguing mix of new releases and cult classics.
Scottish music in the Scottish capital this Scottish April.
We chat to Edinburgh’s first all-female improv troupe and Monkey Barrel regulars
21-year-old rock n soul singer Georgie provides ample support for Manchester band Blossoms
Announcing The Wee Review’s inaugural awards for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe