fringe diaries

Catriona Knox creates and performs a selection of "funny, sad, ridiculous and slightly sinister" characters for her hotly
Marcel Lucont has that certain je ne sais quoi that makes him one of the greatest raconteurs appearing at this year's Edinburgh
Ah... Edinburgh. You've lured me in again! With your dark nooks and crannies and your cobblestone streets. You’re more than
Miranda Hennessy's debut character show - which she performs with her eponymous friends, David Seymour and Steven Shapland
There's a thin line between being funny and being ridiculous. Between being the extreme embodiment of one strand of your personality and being a living caricature. Between 'not taking yourself too seriously' and your whole life being one long, drawn-out post-university fallow period.
The very funny, very talented Gráinne Maguire is taking her second solo show to the Edinburgh Fringe this year. And if you
Award-winning comedian Tom Deacon has already appeared on your radios and tellies. But this month, he's all about the live
Edinburgh. Auld Reekie. Athens of the North. And home of the world's greatest arts festival. Where better for a hungry young
Commentators were stunned today as LOCOG announced that next week, in a new effort to cut costs The Olympic Games would be twinned with the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
We love comedy and we love jazz, so we absolutely love The Horne Section - and, dare we say it, so should you. They're returning