REVIEWS

It’s the mad bad awkward 90s and the Tardis in London is under threat of closure. Running club nights behind the front of an...

Ian lives in the future. It’s pretty much like it is today except for the invasive hi-tech surrounding everyone, which means that even dreams...

Challenging the dance world on many levels, whether it is the autumnal Saturday-night viewing pleasure of Strictly, the formal discipline of classical ballet or the athletic strictures of modern...

In the discussions about gender that have sprung up around this year’s fringe, circus has been rather overlooked. But, though (mostly) wordless, this work...

Richard Gadd follows up last year’s Waiting for Gaddot with another brutal and improbably comic ride through his inner self. And this time he...

Prosper Merimee can hardly have foreseen the influence his novella would have on future generations of artists, composers and choreographers. Thanks largely to Georges...

Ian was in his twenties when the acid house movement kicked off in Manchester. It gave him a sense of belonging and allowed him...

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...
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