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Lyn Gardner

On almost my final day in Edinburgh, I went to see Samira Elagoz’s Cock, Cock…Who’s There? at Summerhall, which was part of the Start...

1. The smell of Toast in Nigel Slater’s Toast at the Traverse. The lemon meringue pie was pretty good too. More fringe shows should...

Have we reached peak fringe? It was a question asked at the Devoted and Disgruntled session at Fringe Central on Monday discussing sustainability on...

In recent years, a great deal has been written and discussed about the toll that a month at the festival can take on the...

Waiting in queues is usually dull. But on the fringe, I love queues, largely because they are such a terrific source of unexpected information. There...

It is easy to be swept away by enthusiasm at the fringe. I know I am guilty of it. I find it immensely touching...

In the first of our weekly podcasts from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018, The Stage critic Tim Bano and associate editor Lyn Gardner discuss...

Twenty years ago, the standing ovation was almost unheard of in British theatre. Even on press nights, giving a standing ovation was the exception...

The Stage criticism survey makes for fascinating reading, and I don’t say that because I and other writers for The Stage did well in...
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