Edinburgh Fringe Reviews 2014

Your guide to the best of the Edinburgh Fringe 2014. Checkout out our pre-festival interviews with some of the acts worth catching and my ideas on what to look out for.  Reviews are now on the site and will be added every day, so keep checking back for what's new and what's worth seeing.

Bringing his Irish charm and sharp wit to the Edinburgh Fringe 2014, Andrew Ryan is one comedian to watch.   Read more...
Inspired by Poe and Hitchcock this show promises to thrill and terrify. A must see this Fringe.  Read more...
Everything you wouldn't expect from a musical comedy, The Rubberbandits are provocative, raucous and utterly unique.  Read more...
Fast-paced, up to the minute comedy which unashamedly tells it as it is. Matt Morillo, playwright, tells us more.   Read more...
A troubling and comic look at the physical and emotional pain of old age and dementia.   Read more...
Despite the lack of props, lighting and special effects this is the greatest spectacle at the Fringe. This show is perfect in it's simplicity.   Read more...
Everything he says is hilarious and he manages to say so much you're getting double the comedy for your money.   Read more...
Yeah, you can't take it with you when you die, but there is plenty from Angela's set to take with you for quite some time.  Read more...
Yes, it's a children's show but all the genius of Arthur Conan Doyle is stripped away leaving nothing but the bare shell of the Holmes's stories. This is a terrible pantomime masquerading as a cleverly worked piece of theatre.  Read more...

The Best Places to Eat and Drink!



The hot chocolate is delicious and definitely not just a Cadbury’s instant: the chocolate is slightly bitter giving it a deeper and richer flavour without any overpowering sickly sweetness.  Read more...
Finding an Indian which serves authentic, rustic Indian food is almost impossible - luckily Tuk Tuk is the answer.   Read more...
A definite recommend for groggy morning afters, lazy sunday days and as an antidote to Fringe fatigue.  Read more...

Look Out For!

With 49,497 performances, 3,193 shows and 299 venues, quantity is one thing guaranteed at this year's Edinburgh Fringe, quality however can be a little harder to find. The best and worst thing about the Fringe is turning up at a venue totally uncertain about what your going to be met with, however here are some hints to get you started on what looks to be worth catching this year.  

Marking the WWI centenary many performances at the Fringe will pay tribute to the soldiers who fought and died in the trenches. Here are the best ones to catch.  Read more...
Focusing on a generation struggling to live in the post-war years, Dalloway promises to present an unsettling view of the war’s more subtle yet pervasive effects.   Read more...
The 'space' is definitely the only simple part of this awe-inspiring display of acrobatic skill and strength.   Read more...