British magician Ben Hart is here for his second Fringe, performing The Nutshell in the Garden of Unearthly Delights through to March 17. It’s not your average magic show, taking the audience into some philosophical and occasionally dark territory.
Badass is playing at Gluttony and also heading to Stirling Fringe. If that’s not enough, Tash is performing in another show with Boo Dwyer called Petty B*tches at both Stirling Fringe and Gluttony.
Shake It has it all! It’s got Burlesque, a little bit of circus, a little bit of ‘rough’, a touch of cabaret and a whole lot of sex appeal!
Domestic Disaster is the latest stand-up show from the award-winning Scottish comedian, Susie McCabe.
Confetti (Pretty but a bit of a mess) delivered a message of self-love, showered in all things that sparkle!
Trafalgar Plays Classic Bee Gees was a show worthy of a much bigger crowd. The songs are played with passion, sincerity and no small amount of skill. A great show!
The Thin White Ukes: A Bowie Odyssey – a joke that has long worn out the impact of its punchline?
Australian rock icon, Beeb Birtles, delivered a terrific two and a half hour Oz Rock history lesson last night to an enraptured capacity crowd.
Sean Kemp tells The Upside News about taking on grunge icons Nirvana for a one night only show.
Like the best night out at the pub you could imagine, “The Choir of Man” is a must-see.