The Fringe Five – Jon Cozart

He’s attracted over 2 million subscribers on YouTube with his hilarious parody videos about Harry Potter and Disney Princesses (among others) so there’s a huge buzz about Jon Cozart’s debut Fringe Show, Laughter Ever After.

Ahead of his  run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival,  we caught up with the online superstar for The Fringe Five…

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The Fringe Five – Todd Gordon

He’s impressed everyone from Sir Sean Connery to Sir Michael Parkinson with his stunning voice but Todd Gordon is now hoping to entertain Fringe audiences with a brand-new show that aims to celebrate the centenary of Frank Sinatra.

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The Fringe Five – Tobias Persson

From tomorrow, Tobian Persson will take up residency at The Stand 5 & 6 in Edinburgh. Ahead of his Fringe show, we caught up with the comedian as part of our new question and answer series, The Fringe Five…

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Ghost The Musical – review

‘A visually striking show which breaks the barriers of traditional musical theatre’

When it was initially announced that the 1990 Oscar-winning film Ghost was to be reincarnated into a West End show, the overall assumption was that there was no chance it would be anything more than a gimmicky take on a well-loved but, ultimately, cheesy classic. Fast-forward three years and Ghost the Musical has not only enjoyed successful runs on Broadway and in the West End but has also recently embarked on it’s first even national tour of the UK. Read more about Ghost The Musical – review

9 to 5 Glasgow Review

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Musicals don’t come much spunkier or more colourful than 9 to 5, the hilarious stage production based around Dolly Parton’s most renowned hit song and the 1970’s film of the same name. Telling the story of three gutsy office workers who take their sexist and egotistical boss hostage whilst they attempt to unearth enough evidence of his dodgy business dealings to send him to jail, the popular show makes for a fun and mischievous girls night out. Playing extra shows in Glasgow until 12 January due to unprecedented demand, it’s an absolute must-see for anyone looking for some light-hearted escapism from their own 9 to 5 job. Read more about 9 to 5 Glasgow Review

Soul Sister Review – Edinburgh Festival Theatre

The road to superstardom never did run smoothly and nobody knew that better than Tina Turner. Soul Sister is both a fun and energetic tribute and a shocking and heart wrenching insight into her turbulent life both on and off the stage. Married to soul managed Ike Turner from a young age, she found herself battling with domestic abuse and a lack of personal confidence in private whilst enjoying worldwide musical success as the leading lady of the Ike and Tina Turner Revue. Read more about Soul Sister Review – Edinburgh Festival Theatre

Dirty Dancing Edinburgh Review


“Sorry for the interruption, folks, but I always do the last dance of the season…”

With songs from its soundtrack so regularly overplayed just before last orders at questionably cheesy bars and clubs, it’s easy to forget just how lovable the music from Dirty Dancing really is. Thankfully, Eleahnor Bergstein’s smash-hit West End musical has finally premiered in Edinburgh, reminding us all of just how good it really is when played in its intended context. Read more about Dirty Dancing Edinburgh Review