The Black Blues Brothers is a family friendly show, which redefines the usual circus production approach and provides an hour of jaw dropping physicality that is sure to impress even the most experienced Fringe goer who think they have already seen it all!
A wonderful tribute show, Dan Clews’ The Paul Simon Experience gives an almost flawless performance in bringing Simon’s songs alive on the stage.
Dr Matt Agnew, of Bachelor fame, explores the scientific possibilities of extra-terrestrial life.
The original line-up of the California Crooners Club returned for opening weekend of Fringe, five years after their […]
The Dolly Parton Story is a lot of fun and a real crowd pleaser. If you’re a country music fan, it would definitely be worth finding an hour in your busy Fringe schedule to check this show out.
Auntie Boo’s Variety Diner had it all…with a meat tray raffle to boot.
Tash York indeed has the guts to say everything out loud in this must-be-seen show about life, love, and a tonne of chicken nuggets.
Melody and Lucinda Beck are a very talented duo, who bring Rita Hayworth and Mae West to life in Sinsational, an entertaining cabaret performed at the wonderful Masonic Lodge Gluttony space.
Like the best night out at the pub you could imagine, “The Choir of Man” is a must-see.
A Bowie circus is the Fringe show we didn’t know we needed, mixing one of music’s great catalogues with some terrific circus acts.