A fantastically silly show, brimming with spontaneous audience interaction, incredibly expressive facial expressions and an original impression of a kettle.Read more
ARTS EDITOR — Fiona Brewis, 18, is currently studying German with Chinese at the University of Warwick, where she manages her degree alongside her duties as Arts Editor of Young Perspective and President of German society. Her love for writing stemmed from an insatiable thirst for reading as a child, and she hopes to one day publish a novel. Fiona’s creative work has also been published in various Young Writers collections and she has additionally published two articles for the Herald newspaper. She first found out about Young Perspective when studying English at school with Editor Isaac Callan and was attracted by its presence on social media to begin writing for it.
A totally unique dancing tour of Edinburgh, prompting intense disco nostalgia and a realisation that all our lives need a lot more groove.Read more
The twin of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe has once more taken over the local concert halls with a host of professional international artists.Read more
When was the last time you read a poem? This unpopular art form needs a revival, and Kate Tempest is breaking barriers with her hip-hop beats.Read more
One of the funniest and friendliest comedians at the Fringe, Elf Lyons is as relatable as she is enthusiastic. Would strongly recommend.Read more
A fantasstic show in which stand-up comedian Regan utilises his family to be the butt of most of his jokes. Better than Fiona Brewis’ puns.Read more