Greetings from fringeReview headquarters in Brighton as we gear up for our Edfringe coverage. Send us your postcards and we will publish the best ones. Paul, Editor, FringeReview on a sunny day on the south coast. Send your postcard to gubbins@fringereview.co.uk and mark it “Postcard from the fringe.”


A postcard has pleasingly just arrived from Susi from Hypnotique…                       Hypnotique Presents: Totally Wired “What happens when eccentricity meets electricity? What connects the invention of the lightbulb to the Berlin techno scene? Take a tour with Hypnotique (Britain’s third best theremin player) to explore […]


An Invitation to Somewhere Secret

How exciting! Another postcard has just arrived with an invitation to head to somewhere secret…                       “Meadow Rain would like to say sorry. Sorry for disappearing. Sorry for being a bad friend. And sorry for calling her best friend a rude word. Meadow is also […]


                          We’ve just received this postcard from the very well connected Russell Clarke, who brings his spoken word show, Chain of Trivia to Edfrineg 2019. “How do you get from the King – Elvis Presley of course – to Queen and Freddie Mercury […]


                      A postcard from Fringe returners, Stealth Aspies who are back at the Fringe with their acclaimed spoken word show Stealth Aspies – Aspies Anonymous. “Sarah, Alain, Janine, Hannah and Paul return to Edinburgh to share the life stories of other autistic people. Stories, poems and […]


                      Next on our FringeReview post mat is a striking postcard from Kevin, Dominic and Aletia  from Shortcut Productions who bring A Queer Love of Dix to the Fringe. “This five-star show returns to the Fringe following last year’s success. Set in the world of expressionist painter […]


Postcard from a Muse

                    Cameryn Moore beings three shows to the Fringe. Here’s a post card from Cameryn about MUSE: An Experiment in Storytelling and Life Drawing. Here’s her postcard message: “Hello from Edinburgh, where the weather’s the same shite we know and love, but at least it’s not the […]


                        Rated a Hidden Gem by FringeReview, Dean Temple sends us a postcard in advance of his arrival with his solo show Voice of Authority at Edfringe 2019… “European premiere. Best of Fest award-winner, Pittsburgh Fringe Festival 2018. ‘Hidden gem’ (FringeReview.co.uk). ‘Perfect. Magic’ (Theasy.com). With […]


A post card arrives from an award-winning comedy-science-music comedian… “An award-winning, one-woman science comedy-musical about the neuroscience of love and loneliness. Combining heartfelt tales of relationship highs, lows and the downright confusing, Carys Eleri’s marvellously personal show is told with plenty of sass, chocolate, hugs and bangin’ tunes too. Come and discover how love works […]


Our next postcard is from Dave Bibby, whose show, Dave Bibby: Crazy Cat Lad-y, plays the Globe Bar as part of PBH’s Free Fringe. “Award-winning idiot, Dave Bibby, presents a carousel of comedy: characters, stand-up, sketches, storytelling and, against everyone’s advice, rap. Plus cat stories. My cats made me write that. ‘Stormed onto stage, captivating the […]


Our first postcard from off Broadway, an award-winning show at the Gilded Balloon. Meet Josephine…… “This critically acclaimed off-Broadway biographical musical combines theatre, cabaret and burlesque to tell the story of the iconic Josephine Baker, the first African American international superstar and one of the most extraordinary figures of the 20th century. Starring six-time Best […]


A Postcard from Mary and Mary

We are delighted to received this postcard from Mary and Mary, the two women from Girl Bully which comes to Laughing Horse at The Place. “Mary Squared explore the meaning of the word ‘bitch’ in an evening of comedic theatre. With appearances from our childhood selves, old bosses, Ann Coulter, and various other bitches past, present […]


Postcard from Gerry Carroll

Gerry brings his show Gerry Carroll – Crock or Gold to Edfringe 2019 and sends us a lovely postcard…                                     Visit our Postcards from the Fringe page. Visit our main Edinburgh Fringe page