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Summerhall

Rebecca Atkinson-Lord has lost her voice. Or rather she’s lost the voice of her home. She no longer speaks with a Wolverhampton burr. Privately...

In Nilaja Sun’s one-woman show, Pike Street, she brings a whole neighbourhood to life. She plays all the members of a New York Puerto...

When Joanne Ryan reached 35, she started to seriously consider when and if she would have children. After all, this is the age when...

There are three parts to Thomas Eccleshare's two-hander Heather. The first is an email exchange, read aloud by Ashley Gerlach and Charlotte Melia –...

This new play by Syrian playwright Mudar Alhaggi chooses not to explore the political dimensions of the Syrian conflict, but rather takes as its...

Stop: it's hammer time. In Palmyra, Fellswoop Theatre's follow-up to 2016's successful Eurohouse, an audience member is entrusted with a mean-looking mallet. Both performers...

Romantic comedies can be toxic. More often than not they reduce love to something neat and clean, full of easily surmounted obstacles. Irish company Malaprop...

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...

Plays about mental health issues may be ubiquitous at the Fringe but No Miracles Here adopts such an unusual and engaging approach to the...
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