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Edinburgh Fringe 2018

Adam Smith : The Invisible Hand

Intriguing historical drama covering the life of Adam Smith


Dandy Darkly’s All Aboard!

Well written and performed, deliciously eccentric character, fascinating and entertaining!


Daniel Cainer – Old Dog, New Shtick

Gentle hour of semi-autobiographical comedy


Despite Everything, Price Still Includes Biscuits

Droll hour of gentle, inoffensive comedic stories and songs


Enough

A violent attack on the social norms which drive self-harm in its many and varied forms.


Extinguished Things

Interesting and moving with detailed descriptions.


Gie’s Peace

Inspiring Stories of Courageous Women - An Exploration of War Through Storytelling and Music


Gyles Brandreth : Break A Leg

Master class in comedic storytelling from a new national treasure


Hamish Henderson: On the Radical Road

A selection of the political songs and writings of the great Scottish folklorist


How to Drink Wine Like a Wanker

Much, much more than a show about wine.


How to Keep Time: A Drum Solo for Dementia

There are no words to describe the power or impact of this show


KillyMuck

A brilliant and brutal portrayal of the inequity and generational desperation of the Benefits Class


Laurence Clarke: An Irresponsible Guide to Parenting

Wacky and wickedly funny side swipes at interfering You Tube do-gooders


Mairi Campbell – Auld Lang Syne

A nice way to switch off from the outside world


Old Boy

Another winner from the Made in Scotland Showcase at this year’s Fringe.


Our Man In Havana

Hugely impressive physical adaptation of Graeme Greene's dark comedy


Portraits in Motion

Fascinating, innovative, creative, charming and entertaining!


Queens of Sheba

Inspiring, energetic, committed


Simon Callow in De Profundis

Intense, poignant, provocative and beautifully performed.


The Archive of Educated Hearts

A glimpse into the lives of four women, through photographs, stories, and voice overs which catalogue their personal reflections along the path to living fully and letting go.


The Burning Gadulka

Vibrant and animated storytelling!


The Man Who Planted Trees

Charming, imaginative, entertaining storytelling and puppetry show, extremely well performed - thoughtful, moving story, with a noble message!


Your Bard

Did Shakespeare really write all those plays and sonnets?