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Jess Love offers audience members a cup of tea and a biscuit as we file into the room. Her solo show, which merges circus...

Tabarnak, deriving from 'tabernacle' (the cupboard you keep the wine and wafers in at church), is a Canadian French expletive used to add emphasis...

Backbone, by Australian circus company Gravity and Other Myths, derives some of its strength from upending our big-top expectations. There’s a false start –...

John Partridge has a lot to be grateful for. A career of note that spans both stage and the small screen and a family...

Following on from the launch of her latest album Indigo in 2017, Lady Rizo lands at the fringe with her show Red, White and...

If you are doing cabaret at the Edinburgh Fringe, chances are you have a couple of shows on the go. It’s an economically sound...

Circus performer and clown Thom Monckton makes an art form out of dawdling around in this deft and almost perfectly paced solo show. A...

Crescendos are a familiar part of classical music composition: the slow and steady climb to the earth-moving finale. Circa’s new show for children and...

You and I is a likeable, personal show by Casus co-founders and off-stage partners Jesse Scott and Lachlan McAulay that celebrates and gently interrogates...

Jonny Woo and Richard Thomas' musical on themes arising from Brexit first saw the light of day at the celebrated Un-Royal Variety Show in...

The bastard child of Joel Gray and Liberace, Reuben Kaye is the Blizzard from Oz. There must be something about Australia that brings out...

In Le Gateau Chocolat’s raggedy makeshift world, ugly ducklings don’t turn into beautiful swans. Life isn’t that simple if you’re ‘different’. Instead Gateau tells...
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