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Smoothly moving on from their time-travelling schtick, the enthusiastic Rhys Morgan and curmudgeonly Robert West build on their stage personas in this thoroughly entertaining...

Circa’s work has always explored the poetic possibilities of the human body. While some of the Australian circus company’s previous shows have been more...

A series of productions from New Zealand is taking place at the Edinburgh Fringe this year and included is the Modern Maori Quartet, a...

Current news is dominated by the plight of people forced to leave their home countries, to flee from war and abandon their lives. Yet...

Circus company Feathers of Daedalus’ steampunk re-imagining of Coppelia – the classic comic ballet about a clockwork doll and her maniacal maker – needs...

Jordan & Skinner, who made a huge impact with their one-woman show Sanitise, return with a two-handed, non-verbal piece, At a Stretch. It’s an everyday story of two...

Transit is an acrobatic tour de force that’s signed, sealed and delivered with joyful aplomb by redoubtable young Canadian company Flip FabriQue. There are feats...

An all-female company of circus artists play cleverly with the invocation of spectacle and its denial in the fascinating No Show. Demonstrations of extraordinary...

“This is a show about happiness,” Meow Meow tells us at the start of her idiosyncratic take on Hans Christian Andersen’s fairytale, The Little...

The Arab Arts Focus at Summerhall and the New Town Theatre aims to reassess the place, purpose and future of the arts in the...

Remarkably, this is the first time that Rachel Tucker has played Edinburgh. Even though it's only a two-date gig, it's a performance that makes...

Tessa Bide's A Strange New Space attempts to collide an exciting story of intrepid inter-galactic exploration with the grim realities of the refugee crisis,...
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