Creating a show and conquering the Edinburgh Fringe by Tim McArthur

Creating a show and conquering the Edinburgh Fringe by Tim McArthur

With over 20 years on the cabaret scene Tim McArthur has won critical acclaim and across the world. This interview covers everything from putting your show together, how to talk to an audience and how to crack the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

The Edinburgh Fringe, a performer's guide by newbie Nicky Gayner

The Edinburgh Fringe, a performer's guide by newbie Nicky Gayner

Nicky Gaynor is enthusiastic about her Fringe experience. “By going to Edinburgh I did twelve shows night after night which meant I got five years experience in two weeks..”

Cabaret Whore Sarah-Louise Young on creating, directing and surviving the Fringe

Cabaret Whore Sarah-Louise Young on creating, directing and surviving the Fringe

Cabaret star Sarah Louise Young explains how to work with a director, surviving the Edinburgh Fringe and how to make your show connect with an audience.

How to make money at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival (and much more) by Michael Roulston

How to make money at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival (and much more) by Michael Roulston

If you're a fan of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and (like me) have always fancied taking a show there, pianist and composer Michael Roulston has some great advice to get you on your way.

How to take a show to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and keep working when you're 80 by Lynn Ruth Miller

How to take a show to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and keep working when you're 80 by Lynn Ruth Miller

In this Cabaret Secrets Podcast Lynn Ruth Miller shares truly valuable advice and how to make your Fringe show a success. “What's going to make you famous in Edinburgh,” she says, “is a great show”.