Mark Cousins steps away from documentary in poetic ode to the Swedish capital.
A season of films from one of Germany’s most fascinating directors
A monthly treat to see the classics of Werner Herzog back on the big screen.
Burying your head in the sand never sounded so good.
Scottish music in the Scottish capital this Scottish April.
200 years after the book was first imagined, we walk you through some of the adaptations of Frankenstein coming to the Fringe.
Dundee-based producers return for the Fringe with a line-up of old faves and newbies.
Kerry Teakle recommends shows to catch at the Gilded Balloon this Fringe.
Film Editor Kevin Wight casts a brief eye over the upcoming treats at Edinburgh International Film Festival 2016
Thoughts from one of the household names of musical theatre on his forthcoming starring role in Mack and Mabel at the Edinburgh Playhouse.
Stories Without Borders is the theme of this year’s festival of yarn-spinning and tale-telling
Spoken Word on the Free Fringe is on the up. We select some key performances.
We preview acclaimed writer Colm Toibin before he discusses his latest novel during the Edinburgh International Book Festival.
Enjoying August in Edinburgh doesn’t have to cost a fortune. Kerry Teakle explains how to have a frugal Fringe.
Celebrate 30 years of the Gilded Balloon with a pearl of a programme
The Edinburgh Book Festival continues the Babble On Spoken Word strand with a wide array of interesting poets and performers.
Laughing Horse’s Fringe programme has more shows that anyone can binge on in the three week run.
A handy link to The Wee Review’s coverage of Fringe 2015 so far…
Climb into bed with a stranger and undress sexuality stereotypes with Sexology Season at The Arches.
Incoming director Fergus Linehan announces a full-blooded, though less than exploratory, programme of classical music for this year’s Edinburgh International Festival