Archive for August, 2010

Daniel Kitson: It’s always right now, until it’s later

Review of Daniel Kitson’s play, It’s always right now, until it’s later, at the Traverse theatre for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2010.

Peter Mandelson at the Book Festival

Summary of Peter Mandelson’s appearance at the Edinburgh Book Festival to promote his book, The Third Man.

Festival Fringe review: Miles Jupp, Fibber in the heat

Edinburgh Blog review of Miles Jupp - fibber in the heat, Miles Jupp’s comedy show about following the England cricket teams tour of India.

Mika at the Edge Festival

Gig review for Mika at Edinburgh’s HMV Picture House venue, for the 2010 Edge Festival, in August 2010.

Nicholas Parsons’ Happy Hour

Review by The Edinburgh Blog of Nicholas Parsons’ Happy hour show at the Pleasance Courtyard.

Bane 2, Festival Fringe review

Set in the dark streets of New York, or was it Gotham City, Bane 2 is a one-man show performed with pace, flair, boundless energy and tongue firmly in cheek. This is the world of Sam Spade and film noir: hats pulled low, strong cigarettes, back allies and violence. Our hero, the mob […]

Look back at the Edinburgh Foodies Festival

Review of the 2010 Edinburgh Foodies Festival, which was held in August at Edinburgh’s Holyrood Park.

Smoke & Mirrors at The Spiegeltent (Festival Fringe Review)

Review of Smoke & Mirrors at The Spiegeltent by the Edinburgh Blog. Smoke & Mirrors is showing at Edinburgh’s Spiegel Garden (George Square gardens) at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2010.

Edinburgh Festival Fringe review - Hans Teeuwen Smooth and Painful

Smooth and Painful, by Hans Teeuwen review at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2010 (stand-up comedy). Hans Teeuwen is a controversial, compelling Dutch stand-up comic.

Phil Kay: In Tweed, Edinburgh Festival Fringe Review

Edinburgh blog review of Phily Kay In Tweed, stand-up comedy (2010). Phil Kay, In Tweed, is at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Gilded Balloon at Teviot.


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