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The Edinburgh Fringe boasts a vibrant cabaret strand, taking in the burlesque, musical revues, magic, circus and late night variety shows – though do note, some of these may be listed under comedy, music or theatre in the Fringe programme rather than in the cabaret pages. But anything billed as ‘cabaret’ you’ll find covered here.

Photo Shoot: From David’s camera
Photo Shoot: From David’s camera

23 August 2015

The ThreeWeeks photo team have been busy capturing some of our favourite shows and performers...

It’s Puddles’ guide to the Fringe
It’s Puddles’ guide to the Fringe

19 August 2015

With Puddles Pity Party taking the Fringe by storm, we thought we’d ask the man...

Doug Segal: Back reading minds and influencing people
Doug Segal: Back reading minds and influencing people

9 August 2015

ThreeWeeks Editors’ Award winner Doug Segal - the comedian who reads your mind - wasn’t...

Ali McGregor: All That Jazzamatazz
Ali McGregor: All That Jazzamatazz

7 August 2015

Here at TW Towers, we are very, very fond of the multifariously talented Ali McGregor,...

House Of Blakewell: Happy, happy, happy
House Of Blakewell: Happy, happy, happy

3 August 2015

House Of Blakewell are Harry Blake and Alice Keedwell, composer/songwriter and actor/singer respectively, and together...

Three To See ED2015: Late Night Lovelies
Three To See ED2015: Late Night Lovelies

3 August 2015

ThreeWeeks' Caro Moses returns to the cabaret Fringe to tip some late night lovelies. Bebe+Luna Present......

Three To See ED2015: Delectable Duos
Three To See ED2015: Delectable Duos

28 July 2015

ThreeWeeks Co-Editor Caro Moses puts the focus on the cabaret Fringe and picks out three...

 

Look out for cabaret reviews here in August.

  • TW Podcast at the Edinburgh Festival 23.08.15
  • Three To See on 28 Aug: Michael J Dolan, Soweto Afro Pop Opera, Abnormally Funny People
  • ‘A Girl Is A Half-Formed Thing’ wins Amnesty prize
  • Ally Houston: Clowning with stand-up
  • Luke Wright: The stay-at-Fringe dandy
  • Eddie Nixon and Christina Elliot: Giving dance its place
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