Review of the Ron Mueck exhibition at Edinburgh’s National Gallery of Scotland during the Edinburgh Art Festival.
Archive for August, 2006
Mark Watson: I’m Worried That I’m Starting To Hate Almost Everyone In The World, Festival Fringe Review
Review of Mark Watson: I’m Worried That I’m Starting To Hate Almost Everyone In The World, Festival Fringe show 2006 at the Pleasance Courtyard.
Review of H2 at Edinburgh’s playhouse theatre for the Edinburgh International Festival. Supposed Brazilian street dancers choreographed by Bruno Beltrão.
Review of Russell Brand’s Shame show, at the Assembly Rooms, for Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2006.
Review of Marijke van Warmerdam’s First Drop exhibition on show at Edinburgh’s Fruitmarket Gallery until September 16th 2006.
Review of One Man Stars Trilogy, acted by Charles Ross, at the 2006 Festival Fringe in the Underbelly’s Cow Barn venue.
Review of Reginald D Hunter’s ‘Pride and Prejudice and Niggas’ stand up comedy show at the 2006 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, in the Udderbelly venue.
Review of Kasabians gig at Edinburgh’s Corn Exchange on the 14th of August 2006.
How to find the best shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and how to book them using Microsoft’s e-ticket tent and the Half Price Hut.
Royal Bank on the Royal Mile plays host to free Edinburgh Festival Fringe performances throughout August and tomorrow see’s Fringe Sunday at the Meadows, where you can enjoy condensed Fringe shows for free.