REVIEWS

Dear Home Office starts with a clip of its young company gathering in London and making their way up to Edinburgh. Yet another journey...

Sophie’s past has just showed up on her doorstep. Her past takes the shape of a man called Isaac, a celebrated photographer. Sophie was...

Here's a fringe rediscovery that's a testament to good reading and about good breeding – a virtually unknown play by JB Priestley that actor-director...

Katy likes to touch people’s shoes. She likes the sea. She does not like crowds or loud noises. She does not like anyone to...

Sublime musicianship collides with a staging that is about as close to the bone as you can get in this compelling, heart-rending take on...

Desperately silly, but nonetheless slick, Stack introduces celebrity explorer and documentary maker Stackard Banks. Having journeyed up the Amazon to discover a lost tribe,...

Actor-writer-thinker and fringe veteran Jack Klaff speaks for an hour on subjects ranging from art and money, through to apartheid, the Nuremberg Trials, his...

A giant tent-shaped enigma in the centre of the Edinburgh Fringe, the Ladyboys of Bangkok’s show is approaching its 20th year of UK touring....

Sarah Hehir’s compassionate new play, Zero Down, is set in the staff room of a care home. Benni and Leyla are suspicious of student...

Nick Mohammed’s alter ego Mr Swallow has a Houdini tribute show to try out on us, complete with recreations of the magician and escapologist's...

Make no mistake, Hot Brown Honey is an angry show. That anger manifests itself in the thud of the hip-hop score, the insistent rant...

Verbatim theatre may have its limitations but by its very nature, it can be the most expressive, naturalistic form of drama. Bristol based Propolis...
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