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Here’s a headline you can trust: Fake News is a full-on failure. Osman Baig’s one-man show attempts to craft a cautionary tale about an...

This is Scottish Opera’s second show for babies; after the huge success of BambinO for six to 18-month-olds, Fot-Tot! is aimed at one to...

Time travelling magicians Morgan and West have branched out this year. Their new show sees them celebrating scientific method in a manner that befits...

Lucy Roslyn describes her one-woman show as "an act of communion". Not, she stresses, the kind of communion that involves bread and wine (although...

There’s something reassuringly nostalgic about the panic we felt for the millennium bug. Computers thinking it was 1900 was just such a dumb way...

Throughout the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the Pleasance has been running an eco-friendly pop-up theatre at Dynamic Earth, near Holyrood. Inside the science centre itself,...

Alan Harris is an uncompromising writer – his plays slip and stumble along, often with a healthy dose of hectic surrealism stuffed in. He...

“Just a quick warning,” says Lee Mark Jones, poking his head out from behind the curtain. “Things will fuck up.” And they do, but...

Many plays explore our basic human need for companionship but Eliana Ostro’s Anything With a Pulse chooses to examine the games we play to...
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