Review at a glance T he queues stretch round the block for Adam Meggido’s Boris Johnson satire, and it’s easy to see why. This is an Edinburgh fringe whose line-up largely ignores recent major world events – it’s full of tender, thoughtful shows dreamt up pre-pandemic, pre-cost of living crisis,Continue Reading

H aving spent the best part of my childhood evenings sat on the sofa gasping incredulously as Hercule Poirot announces the murderer from a line-up of characters both highly questionable and amusing in equal parts, I would like to think of myself as somewhat of a whodunnit connoisseur. Naturally thrillerContinue Reading