Review: Big Bite-Size Breakfast Show (rating 5/5) This Show is back for its 14th year at the Fringe, and it has moved venue, upsized its audience capacity and enrolled a new member of the cast. It also presents 15 new short plays, five of which can be seen every morning on a rotating basis. There […]
Review: Eva Cassidy, The Story (rating 4/5) Hebridean musician Elsa-Jean McTaggart has carved out a successful career with her performances of traditional and modern arrangements with her husband and sister. Here she has applied her pitch perfect vocals and a range of instruments to tell the life story of her favourite artist Eva Cassidy in […]
Review: 6 Feet, 3 Shoes (rating 4/5) Scotland and Spain are delightfully united by the friendship of three girls who share a love of movement and dance. 6 Feet, 3 Shoes, which world premiered on the opening day of the Fringe, is choreographed and directed by Scotland-born Jen Wren. It is 50 minutes of raw […]
Blossoming: the new look Tattu Contemporary Chinese restaurant group, Tattu, has revealed a preview of its Edinburgh interior, with patrons set to dine beneath hand painted traditional Chinese artwork and an arching tunnel of its signature blossom installation. Tattu Edinburgh will pay homage to the relationship between ‘traditional and contemporary’; complete with a Chinois-style interior […]
Michelle Mone is to use her parliamentary privilege to marry her billionaire fiance in an exclusive chapel in Westminster.