Fringe

Albrecht Dürer: Renaissance Dude

Albrecht Dürer deserves as much recognition as his Italian counterparts Michelangelo and Raphael. Or so argues Kitty Walsh, art historian and creator of the show Albrecht Dürer: Renaissance Dude. Walsh spends an hour convincing audiences why the...

Borders by Henry Naylor

In his fourth instalment of the Arabian Nightmares series, Henry Naylor attempts to finally bridge the gap between the divided East and West. Spanning over 17 years, Borders follows the lives of two young individuals – one a British photographer,...

Julius Caesar (with Pirates!)

The undoing of Some Kind of Theatre’s take on Shakespeare’s Roman tragedy takes place before cast or audience even enter the typically dingy Free Fringe room in which the play is staged. The problem lies not in the acting, the costumes, or even...

Me and My Bee

Following their fantastic run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe last year with Goggles, ThisEgg are back and even better than before. Representing the recently formed Bee Party, Josie, Greta and Joe are in Edinburgh on a mission: they are here to...

Interview: The Morton Players

The Morton Players return to the Fringe with their adaption of Evan Placey’s Girls Like That, a play looking at the dangers of cyber bullying and how a group of girls ostracise one of their friends after a naked picture of her is shared...

Interview: Katie Pesskin

NewsRevue are back at the Fringe for a 38th consecutive year. The Student caught up with its director Katie Pesskin, who is returning to direct the show at the Fringe for a second year running.   NewsRevue has been coming to the Fringe every...

The Student Newspaper 2016