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Wondr, the debut play by Poppy Burton-Morgan from Metta Theatre, begins in familiar territory. Faith (Simone James) tells us in spoken word verse how...

Irish company Malaprop Theatre is interested in all the ways technology is remaking our romantic lives. While the company’s other show, BlackCatfishMusketeer, eloquently explores the...

The first fratricide is given a rather flat treatment in Animikii Theatre’s Origins, a physical theatre retelling of Cain and Abel. Bare-chested brotherly badinage is...

Something remarkably febrile lies at the centre of Nederlands Dans Theater’s Edinburgh triple bill. A man in the throes of death recalls a life...

This really is Forced Entertainment. Tim Etchells' Real Magic compels a cast of three – core company members Richard Lowdon and Claire Marshall, plus regular collaborator Jerry Killick – to...

Julia Croft’s Power Ballad isn’t about heartbreak or heroes. But it is concerned with something momentous in the air: language. It’s a bold attempt...

This new opera by Faith No More’s Roddy Bottum feels entirely at home in Summerhall’s late night mind-fuck slot. It’s a fever-dream of a...

Transgender stories have featured high on the agenda at this Edinburgh Fringe. At Pleasance Courtyard, trans theatremaker Kit Redstone and physical theatre company Rhum and...

Spinning out true accounts of anonymous sex into a broader meditation on intimacy, Five Encounters on a Site Called Craigslist is an unpolished but...

It looks like a Yael Farber production. It sounds like one too. It evens smells like one, all earthy and damp. And it features...

Kiwi physical comedians Trygve Wakenshaw and Barnie Duncan welcome you to Rucks's World of Leather Interiors ("Imagine a room made of skin"), a humdrum...

Andrew Buckland gives new life and an extra level of comedy to William Harding's adaptation of Chekhov's On the Harmful Effects of Tobacco, with...
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