Michael Cox reviews Amusements, This Audio Tour Belongs to Lionel Ritchie and Dracula while making observations on the star-rating system.
Kirbie McShiz reviews the Fringe comedy show.
Michael Cox reviews Songs of Lear, The Rape of Lucrece and A Midsummer Night's Dream (As You Like It).
Kirbie McShiz is unimpressed by the late-night comedy show.
Deborah McArthur braves the heat and occasional embarrassment with her father to see three comedy shows on the Fringe.
Did Guide ring false or rock Rebecca Paul's world?
Does Rebecca Paul agree with the constant five-star reviews she's seen on posters?
Rebecca Paul reviews the latest show by the comedic duo.
Michael Cox reviews The Thinking Drinker's Guide to Alcohol, Thread and Gulliver's Travels.
Jo Turbitt reviews 'And then, one thousand years of peace' (****), part of the Edinburgh International Festival's 2012 season.
Michael Cox reviews Churchill, Liz Lochhead: Making Nothing Happen and Jigsy.
Jo Turbitt reviews Mairy Maclary and Friends, Dickens' Women, The Submarine Show and The Clique Royale: The Queen's Selection.
Michael Cox reviews 2008: Macbeth, Waiting for Orestes: Electra and Watt.
Michael Cox reviews Educating Ronnie, The Day the Sky Turned Black, Deborah Frances-White: Cult Following and Mr Carmen.
Kirbie McShiz's latest review on what's funny and what's not across the Festival's comedy scene.
Jo Turbitt reviews Frozen Charlotte's Paper Belle and the Foodie Festival 2012.
Michael Cox reviews Tam O'Shanter, Miss Julie, The Stranger and As of 1:52pm GMT on Friday April 27th 2012, This Show Has No Title.
Michael Cox reviews The Letter of Last Resort/Good With People, Macbeth, Flaneurs and Speed of Light.
Jo Turbitt reviews The Magician's Daughter and Hangman.