Time Out says
Posted: Wed Jun 20 2012
The giant inflatable upside-down purple cow known as the Udderbelly has become one the most distinctive and best loved venues at the Edinburgh Festival since it first landed in its August home on Bristo Square in 2006. This summer this glorious eyesore returns to the South Bank, cocking a snook at the politicians in the Houses of Parliament a few hundred metres across Old Father Thames. For 12 weeks it will hold a tremendously varied festival of comedy, music, magic, circus, theatre and children's shows.