Edinburgh Festival Fringe comedy reviews: Tim Key: Mulberry | How to Record the Greatest Album of All Time | Josie Long: Re-Enchantment | Janeane Garofalo: Pardon My Tangent | Sam MorrisonSugar Daddy

Edinburgh Festival Fringe comedy reviews: Tim Key: Mulberry |  How to Record the Greatest Album of All Time |  Josie Long: Re-Enchantment |  Janeane Garofalo: Pardon My Tangent |  Sam MorrisonSugar Daddy

sign up to our Arts and Culture newsletter Pleasance Dome (Venue 23), until 17 Aug, and then at Pleasance Courtyard (Venue 33) until 28 August sign up to our Arts and Culture newsletter To lockdown or not to lockdown – that is the question for comedians this Fringe. Whether tis nobler to bury the trauma … Read more

Edinburgh Festival Fringe theater reviews: Everything That’s Me Is Falling Apart | Opal Fruits | Charlie Russell Aims to Please | Are You Still Watching? | Never Let Go: An Unauthorized Retelling of James Cameron’s Titanic

Edinburgh Festival Fringe theater reviews: Everything That’s Me Is Falling Apart |  Opal Fruits |  Charlie Russell Aims to Please |  Are You Still Watching?  |  Never Let Go: An Unauthorized Retelling of James Cameron’s Titanic

sign up to our Arts and Culture newsletter After two years of being told to isolate, it’s surprising that any performer still has the appetite to stand alone on a stage at the Edinburgh Fringe and do a one-person show. Thankfully they do – and the fact that many have been trying to get here … Read more

Edinburgh Festival Fringe children’s shows reviews: Beware the Beasts | Around the World with Nellie Bly | Covid for Kids | Will Tell and the Big Bad Baron | Dinosaurs and all that Rubbish

Edinburgh Festival Fringe children’s shows reviews: Beware the Beasts |  Around the World with Nellie Bly |  Covid for Kids |  Will Tell and the Big Bad Baron |  Dinosaurs and all that Rubbish

sign up to our Arts and Culture newsletter Beware the beasts. PIC: Lee Boyce. The Scottish Storytelling Centre, until 13 August sign up to our Arts and Culture newsletter The beasts are loose! During lockdown, when the world’s streets and skies became silent, Scotland’s mythical creatures were free to roam the land once more. Now … Read more

Edinburgh Film Festival 2022: 12 Must See Films

Edinburgh Film Festival 2022: 12 Must See Films

after sunDir. Charlotte WellsThis achingly sad feature debut from Scottish director Charlotte Wells sees a young woman looking back at a life-altering holiday she took with her father to a low-rent Turkish resort when she was 11 and he was 30. What makes after sun such a revelatory work is the way in which the … Read more

Edinburgh woman takes on Kiltwalk challenge in memory of childhood friend who died from brain tumour

Edinburgh woman takes on Kiltwalk challenge in memory of childhood friend who died from brain tumour

sign up to our daily newsletter Lauryn Halliday, 22, is taking part in the Dundee Kiltwalk on 21 August with her partner, Cameron Buckley, 23, to raise money for the charity Brain Tumor Research. Lauryn’s friend, Jamie Bingham, died from complications following the removal of a juvenile pilocytic astrocytoma brain tumor in September 2019. Jamie’s … Read more

Taiwan warns China drills show ambitions beyond island

Taiwan warns China drills show ambitions beyond island

Taiwan has warned that Chinese military drills are not just a rehearsal for an invasion of the self-governing island but also reflect ambitions to control large swaths of the western Pacific, as Taipei conducted its own exercises to underscore it is ready to defend itself. Angered by US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s recent visit to … Read more