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Saturday, July 20, 2019

Edinburgh Fringe Festival: Blind Mirth triumphs

Blind Mirth returns to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and excels in the realm of improv comedy.

Director’s preview: ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore

Director Ryan Hay shares his thoughts on one of this year's exciting Edinburgh Fringe shows.

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016: St Andrews edition

The Saint looks at the talent St Andrews is bringing to this year's Fringe

Edinburgh Fringe Festival – ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore

Wanton Theatre prepares to take 'Tis Pity She's a Whore to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and outline their plans in our interview with them.

An insider’s guide to the Edinburgh Fringe

It is a truth universally acknowledged that, during the Edinburgh Fringe, student performers and reviewers exist in a permanent state of general squalor. Four...

Edinburgh Fringe 2014: The Temptation of St Anthony review

If you ever visit the Fringe, odds are that at some point you will take a turn somewhere off the Royal Mile and end up in...

Edinburgh Fringe 2014: Wolf Whistle review

Xara Bennett-Jones reviews St Andrews student Joanna Alpern's Fringe play

Fringe 2014: Newton’s Cauldron review

Newton's Cauldron, Tim Foley's latest play, tells the story of the downfall of magic and the rise of science in the 17th century from...

Knox Knox, who’s there?

Tamar Ziff expresses indignation at the media's focus on Amanda Knox rather than her victim, Meredith Kercher

Edinburgh Fringe: The revolution will definitely be staged

The Saint’s Joseph Cunningham delivers his verdict on this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and recommends some top picks