My First Fringe: performing at Army@The Fringe has been an astonishing experience
Pauline Mayers explains why being at the Fringe for the 70th anniversary is important.
Is performing at the Fringe worth the costs?
By Paula Varjack
With escalating costs hitting performers, Paula Varjack asks if appearing at the Fringe is still a good investment
Has Edinburgh lost its soul?
An Edinburgh resident explores the recent claims that Edinburgh is becoming a 'hollow shell museum'
Clive Anderson: how much has actually changed in my 40 years at the Fringe?
By Clive Anderson
The presenter of Whose Line Is It Anyway? reminisces about his favourite Fringe experiences
What Barbara Cook had in common with Glen Campbell
Sarah Crompton reflects on the lives and genius of both Cook and Campbell
Tape Face: 'At the Edinburgh Fringe we're street rats and pirates'
By Tape Face
Tape Face blogs about his experience as a street performer and cutting his (tape-covered) teeth on the Royal Mile
I'm an atheist, but my Edinburgh play is all about God
By Richard Marsh
Richard Marsh explains why he's written a play all about God despite being a non-believer
My first Edinburgh: my agent told me I was terrible
By Shazia Mirza
Shazia Mirza remembers the lows of her first Fringe and how returning to the city feels far more refreshing
Can we please start having more fun at the fringe?
By Jack Gogarty
Madcap theatre company Last Chance Saloon want to remind people that the fringe isn't all about worthy stage shows - it's a lot to do with having fun
My first Edinburgh: how does one transport twenty-five dildos to the festival?
By Sara Juli
Performer Sara Juli explains her lead-up to performing at the Fringe for the very first time