Join Playbill as we immerse ourselves in all Edinburgh Festival Fringe has to offer as Playbill writers Margaret Hall and Leah Putnam travel to Scotland to provide on-the-ground coverage of the world’s largest arts festival.
The Fringe First winner will play Brixton House for three weeks in the new year.
The autobiographical solo show will soon play London's Garrick Theatre.
Already missing Fringe? Playbill correspondent Margaret Hall caps off our coverage of the 75th festival.
Playbill Goes Fringe correspondents Leah Putnam and Margaret Hall share how to make the most of a visit to the world’s largest arts festival.
Playbill Goes Fringe's reporters saw 35 shows at this years festival. Find out which productions are sticking with us after the curtain.
The American musical, which has been in development since 2013, made its Fringe debut this year.
Karim Khan's Brown Boys Swim and Maimuna Memon's Manic Street Creature both won coveted Fringe First Awards.
A regular favorite of the Fringe, Kaye presented his new show, The Butch Is Back, and an old favorite, The Kaye Hole, which both sold out at this year's festival.
McKellen shares the role of the Danish prince with ballet dancer Johan Christensen in this re-imagining of the Shakespearean tragedy.
Playbill Goes Fringe correspondents Leah Putnam and Margaret Hall share their insights into how to make the most of the world’s largest arts festival.
The autobiographical solo show recently had sold-out runs at Edinburgh Fringe and The Turbine Theatre.
The new play running at Edinburgh Fringe wins the prize from Popcorn Group, which partnered with BBC Writersroom for the first time this year.
Memon plays seven instruments and sings in the new musical about the complexities of personal relationships and mental health, making its Edinburgh Fringe debut.
Khan's two hander has received the coveted Fringe First award, a celebration of exemplary new writing at the festival.
The new Scottish musical is written by and stars Islander's Bethany Tennick, fresh from her Off-Broadway debut.
The musical makes its Edinburgh Fringe debut after several American runs.
Our correspondents caught a range of shows from new musicals and dance-based theatre to dramatic solo shows and late-night cabarets.
Set after the decriminalization of homosexuality in India, the show follows the cross-continental love story through long distance and cultural clashes.
MacPherson's acclaimed cabaret show is currently running at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
MacPherson is currently making her Edinburgh Fringe debut in the cabaret act Happy Birthday, Mr. President!