Our Edinburgh Fringe reviews are beginning to appear, it's so exciting.  We will add the reviews as soon as we can after going to the shows, in the meantime do look at things we suggest to look out for and the many interviews we have done with some of the acts - they can often help in deciding what to go and see.

If you know the sort of show you would like to see use our 'Frearch' engine, but if you are looking for inspiration try a Frucky Dip.

Edinburgh Fringe 2014 - All The Reviews


All the King's Men are set apart by their ingenious humour, which pops up in all their songs, from a mash up of 'King of the Swingers' and 'The Bare-necessities' to a hilarious take on 'Spider-Man'.  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...
Soap-opera drama in your local boozer; there's nothing that the Rover's Return or The Queen Vic have which the Jinglin' Geordie doesn't do better.  Read more...
In a world gone mad over dating, Tom addresses just why we're so scared of being alone.  Read more...
An intensely physical performance which utilises set, costume and the actors' bodies to create stunning visuals.   Read more...
Fast-paced, incredible improv which proves that just because you're loosing your hair doesn't mean you have to lose your wit; the old favourites from Whose Line is it Anyway have definitely still got it.   Read more...
The Red Bastard - the easiest way to a natural high this Fringe. This is not a show, it is an experience.   Read more...
The perfect blend of comedy and baking; Glenn chats about his food orientated life, the pain of dieting and growing up fat, all while making us a delicious, 'star baker' worthy treat.  Read more...
A true spectacle of athletic strength and poise  Read more...
Jack Dee's dry and grump humour is ever present in this 'agony aunt' style show; The unexpected comic moments are genius and have audience and comedians laughing alike.   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...
Romesh may not always be able to deliver in his domestic life but he delivers perfectly on stage. A hilarious hour of grumbling comedy, in which Romesh laments his personal inadequacies.   Read more...
The best improv show I've seen at the Fringe; side-splittingly funny and brilliantly executed this should not be missed.   Read more...
Sometimes absurd, always hilarious and never chaotic, Racing Minds' improv is incredible  Read more...
Energetic, good humoured and boisterous comedy which easily connects with the audience. There is little which is challenging or edgy about this show but it remains utterly enjoyable.   Read more...
A troubling and comic look at the physical and emotional pain of old age and dementia.   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...
What you are watching is not an illusion just sheer talent and skill.   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...

Edinburgh Fringe 2014 - All The Interviews


Listen to enchanting Scottish Myths and Legends from a man who knows them all. Calum Lykan will bring Scotland alive in his show, 'Brave and Free: Traditional Tales of Scotland'.  Read more...
Inspired by Poe and Hitchcock this show promises to thrill and terrify. A must see this Fringe.  Read more...
An honest and moving account of one woman's experience's stripping, Valerie tells us what to expect.   Read more...
Rediscover Scotland's history from its beginnings in the garden of Eden-burgh all the way to the looming independence referendum. Artistic Director, John-David tells us more.   Read more...
'Now I know how my brain got like this and what to do about it.'  Read more...
Sharp, witty and with an answer for everything Tiff Stevenson tells us more about her Edinburgh Fringe show.  Read more...
Bianca's new play visually explores the pain and suffering of war, questioning our justification of human conflict.  Read more...
Bringing his Irish charm and sharp wit to the Edinburgh Fringe 2014, Andrew Ryan is one comedian to watch.   Read more...
Everything you wouldn't expect from a musical comedy, The Rubberbandits are provocative, raucous and utterly unique.  Read more...
Quick witted and totally loveable Tom Craine talks whittling, three legged dogs and modern day dating.   Read more...
Glenn mixes wit, flour, laughter and butter, whipping it into a brand new comedy show.   Read more...
Immersive theatre in a pub with real booze - sounds like mixing pleasure with pleasure. Jimmy Fairhurst, artistic director, tells us what to expect. This sounds like one to watch.   Read more...
Pre-fringe interview with this slick, funny woman from Toronto.  Read more...
A contemporary dance act featuring velcro and bubble wrap - sounds like the organised chaos which exemplifies the Fringe. Choreographer David Parker, tells us more.  Read more...
Whacky, dry and incredibly sharp Rob Newman and his one man sketch show are not to be missed this Fringe.   Read more...
Fast-paced, up to the minute comedy which unashamedly tells it as it is. Matt Morillo, playwright, tells us more.   Read more...
As perhaps the only group with a range of characters spanning mythical creatures to perverted children's authors The Beta Males should not be missed this Fringe.   Read more...
The story of Shakespeare’s sensational and strikingly modern love life, told through his beautiful and timeless sonnets.   Read more...
Alexander Owen and Ben Ashden talk fruit, splurting butter and what to expect from this year's Fringe show. A comedy duo not to miss.   Read more...
Tom Salinsky, co-writer of new political satire 'Kingmaker', talks Boris Johnson, the Conservative Party and the collaborative writing process.   Read more...
Sharp, honest and proud of who she is Angela Barnes is one comedian not to miss.  Read more...
A surreal and absurd comedy, which turns one man's life experiences into a fantastical show.  Read more...
Bringing together Shakespeare's greatest characters this promises to be a hilarious hour of fast paced comedy.   Read more...