Category: EdFringe

Jun 08
EdFringe 2016 Round-Up: It’s A Kind Of Magic

  There’s something magical about the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, squeezing…

Aug 20
EdFringe Review – The Pin: Ten Seconds with The Pin

The Pin are Alex Owen and Ben Ashenden, a dynamic duo of comics out to…

Aug 20
EdFringe Review: Kevin McMahon – Quantum Magic

I was obsessed with magic growing up, but rather than be amazed by the illusions I…

Aug 19
EdFringe Review – Sam Simmons: Spaghetti for Breakfast

With a show called Spaghetti for Breakfast it’s pretty clear that Sam Simmons’…

Aug 19
EdFringe Review: Kraken

Having exploded with laughter at Trygve Wakenshaw’s Nautilus, I couldn’t resist diving…

Aug 17
EdFringe Review: Bromance

Bromance combines jaw-dropping physical feats with playful humour, the results are…

Aug 17
EdFringe Review – Bec Hill: Caught On Tape

Bec Hill’s show, Caught On Tape, approaches the topic of regrets by utilising…

Aug 17
EdFringe Review: The Man

The Man is an unsettling character, garbed in latex with a Watchmen style…

Aug 16
EdFringe Review: Ross & Rachel

Will they? Won’t they? Oh they did. Ross and Rachel were always destined to be…