Playbill Goes Fringe’s reporters saw 35 shows at this years festival. Find out which productions are sticking with us after the curtain.
Playbill Goes Fringe correspondents Leah Putnam and Margaret Hall share how to make the most of a visit to the world’s largest arts festival.
Already missing Fringe? Playbill correspondent Margaret Hall caps off our coverage of the 75th festival.
The American musical, which has been in development since 2013, made its Fringe debut this year.
A regular favorite of the Fringe, Kaye presented his new show, The Butch Is Back, and an old favorite, The Kaye Hole, which both sold out at this year’s festival.
Playbill Goes Fringe correspondents Leah Putnam and Margaret Hall share their insights into how to make the most of the world’s largest arts festival.
Memon plays seven instruments and sings in the new musical about the complexities of personal relationships and mental health, making its Edinburgh Fringe debut.
Khan’s two hander has received the coveted Fringe First award, a celebration of exemplary new writing at the festival.
Since 1947, theatre artists and aficionados alike have traveled to Edinburgh, Scotland for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. The Fringe is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year, and in commemoration, Playbill is looking back on how a handful of independent theatre companies inspired the largest arts festival in the world. Read the article