REVIEWS

Georgia’s Tumanishvili Theatre usually has a surprise up its sleeve each time it comes to Edinburgh, and this time it's a powerful version of...

Inspired by a feature in the New York Times, They Built It. No One Came tells the story of two young gay men who...

There’s a machine out back that needs constant tending. Eric John Meyer’s engagingly strange play The Sister takes a familiar domestic set-up and plays...

Mairi Campbell is a Scottish folk singer and musician. In Pulse, her debut autobiographical solo show, part of the Made in Scotland showcase, she...

A bored single mum and bored prisoner match profiles on social site jailmates.com. The hesitant exchange of letters that follows turns out to be...

A bright bubbly young woman has just realised that she doesn't really know what she wants to do with her life. It's not the...

Performed mostly in Croatian by Vesna Tominac Matacic, this one-woman show about the life and writing of Croatian poet Vesna Parun, tells us her...

An aspiring actor in Salford battles his mates and family who would much rather see him stacking shelves at Tesco. Friendly and bright, he’s...

Playwright Nassim Soleimanpour continues his formal investigation of structure with Blank, the latest production in which a performer sees the script for the first time when they are...

With a subtitle like  ‘A Fairy Tale about Love, Tears and Broken Hearts’, Derevo’s Once... promises to take yet another set of your preconceptions from...

London’s famous Selfridges department store has quite literally refashioned its Ultralounge into a pop-up theatre for this staging of Much Ado About Nothing, as...

The performance-lecture is fairly familiar as a format but few are as entertaining as Alexander Kelly’s amiable solo show encompassing life, the universe and...
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