dfp_header_hidden_string

Summerhall

Jogging is a remarkable piece of theatre, even in its currently altered form – a result of the Home Office’s refusal to grant visas...

Darkness is a canvas.  We fill it with our fears. We populate it with monsters of our making. Glen Neath and David Rosenberg’s Seance is...

The latest press night parties, new shows in rehearsal, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week's highlights include opening nights of Brassed...

Alan Harris' one-man play Sugar Baby is a great laugh, a chaotic comedy caper set on the streets of Cardiff with a cast of...

Ramy Essam sings with a strong, guttural bass voice, the music rising up from somewhere inside a soul made fierce with his experiences. But...

Daringly inventive, Mamoru Iriguchi's Eaten gets right inside the issue of food and what goes into our tummies, in a show for over-6s. Iriguchi, dressed...

Critic Lyn Gardner and performer Selina Thompson are among the winners of this year’s Total Theatre Awards at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Thompson won an...

This new opera by Faith No More’s Roddy Bottum feels entirely at home in Summerhall’s late night mind-fuck slot. It’s a fever-dream of a...

What has happened at Summerhall? During my nine-day stint at Edinburgh this year more than half the shows I saw were somewhere in the...
^