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Summerhall

Tom Wells is master of the adorkable. There’s a lovely, gentle, huggable quality to his plays. And that continues here, although perhaps less potently...

It’s apt for a show about fake news and the bombardment of information in the digital age that most of the time it’s completely...

It’s a bit difficult to grasp, this. The idea that nothing has happened until it’s happened. And before that moment, infinite outcomes are possible. In...

Not many people have heard of the tetra-decathlon, a hugely difficult race of 14 track and field events, and even fewer people compete in...

Stef O’Driscoll has long championed works that connects with audiences who feel excluded from traditional theatre. She tells Natasha Tripney how unconventional forms allow...

The feminist, punk-rock protest group Pussy Riot is a vital voice in Russian society, daring to dissent in the face of an oppressive and...

“At this point, you might be thinking you’d like to exchange your ticket for Thor and Loki, the musical,” says US soldier Danna with...

In JG Ballard’s novel, Concrete Island, an architect is left stranded after a car accident in an area of overgrown wasteland in the middle...

Multi-disciplinary Belgian theatre-maker Marieke Dermul wants to enter Eurovision 2019 with her European Citizen Popsong – an anthem combining musical influences from across Europe....
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