Edinburgh Fringe 2014 - The Acts to Look Out For


Taken from the sound archive of the Imperial War Museum, five first-hand accounts are combined to create a moving impression of the First World War.   Read more...
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...
Proving that Germans really can be funny, 'Ein, Zwei, DIY' promises to be a whole lot of pun.  Read more...
Bruce Fummey's show, ‘Aaah’m Votin Yes’ takes the issue of independence away from the news room into the domain of comedy, swapping political speeches for satirical gags, and staid policy presentations for quick witted audience interaction.  Read more...
The 'space' is definitely the only simple part of this awe-inspiring display of acrobatic skill and strength.   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...
One of the funniest comedy acts I've ever seen and the best thing is you get to decide what happens. This is improv at its quickest and best.   Read more...
The broadcaster, author and Spitting Image puppet probes pogonophobia, underpants and the human condition  Read more...