Laughing Horse's Fringe programme has more shows that anyone can binge on in the three week run.
An eerily beautiful use of the rural northern English countryside and subtle, complex acting to explore themes of homecoming and family dynamics.
Dark with a bit of sugar, Jena Friedman comes to Edinburgh for her Festival Fringe debut.
Tackles the taboo topic of underage love and sex in an uplifting and funny way, without ever making it sleazy.
An entertaining show about important political issues, Leaving George is well scripted and worth a viewing. Just make sure you go to the toilet first.
Comedy, theatre, children's shows, music, dance and cabaret; The Pleasance has it covered.
American a cappella, Kiwi cabaret, South African stand-up - Assembly's Fringe has the lot.
A mixed bag of bands covering their favourite girl group songs: a unique and creative theme for a charity concert.
A disappointing directorial debut from Andrew Hulme, this gritty gangster film has moments of excitement, but just can't keep up a strong pace.
PAWS, WOMPS and Le Thug give varied performances as part of Summerhall's new gig series Nothing Ever Happens Here...