Reviewing Edinburgh Fringe shows for Edinburgh Spotlight

This year we are honoured to have been asked again to review some Edinburgh Fringe shows for the local review site, Edinburgh Spotlight.

A recent holiday in Crail means we’re later in starting our review stint this year, but we’ve pored over the Fringe Programme, and we’re now into a week of going to shows and running around making sure we’ve got the correct tickets and are in the right place at the right time.

Here are the links to the shows we’ve reviewed:

Arkle Theatre Company – Little Voice

Iain Stirling – Happy to be the Clown

Pineapple Performing Arts – Soldier

Catherine Wheels – The Ballad of Pondlife McGurk

Flash Mob

We’ve also been enjoying MacAulay & Co and Festival Cafe, both free shows from the BBC at the Fringe, based at Bristo Square.  This latter led us to book tickets to see Bill Paterson appearing with Dearbhla Molloy at the Traverse Theatre in “And No More Shall We Part”.  We’re also looking forward to an outing for an extended family group to the Edinburgh Military Tattoo (although we won’t be attending as VIP guests this year, unfortunately).

Anything to add?