EDINBURGH FESTIVAL

Gracefool Collective bring feminist theatre to Edinburgh Fringe

Gracefool Collective bring feminist theatre to Edinburgh Fringe
Gracefoot Collective will bring their production This Really Is Too Much to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this year. Raucous, provocative and funny, this group of fringe debutants deliver a genre-[...]

#Instalove - The quest for love in game show format

#Instalove - The quest for love in game show format
Performed and written by Catherine Duquette, #Instalove is a joyful, electrifying, and at times stormy celebration of all the reasons we seek love – be they playful, pathetic, pragmatic or passionate.[...]

What I Learned From Johnny Bevan returns to The Fringe

What I Learned From Johnny Bevan returns to The Fringe
After taking the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe by storm, Luke Wright's What I Learned From Johnny Bevan returns to The Fringe for one week only from 21 - 27 August 2017 at Underbelly, Belly Button (Venue 61) [...]

Traverse reveals premieres for Edinburgh Festival

Traverse reveals premieres for Edinburgh Festival
The Traverse Theatre has revealed a programme of eight world premieres, three European premieres and five Scottish premieres for this year’s Edinburgh festival. The world premieres include Meet Me at[...]

Play Something Heads To Edinburgh Festival

Play Something Heads To Edinburgh Festival
Following its acclaimed premiere at the Mercury Theatre in 2016, Stage Write will be taking the show to the Edinburgh Fringe this summer!“Side One, track two. That song is about me.”Two men me[...]

REVIEW: Glasgow Girls, Assembly Hall, Edinburgh Festival ✭✭✭✭✭

REVIEW: Glasgow Girls, Assembly Hall, Edinburgh Festival ✭✭✭✭✭
Glasgow Girls Assembly Hall (Then Touring) Edinburgh Fringe 5 StarsWith its raw energy and heart-breaking story, Glasgow Girls has been packing a punch since it burst onto the stage at the [...]

REVIEW: Scorched, Zoo Southside, Edinburgh Festival ✭✭✭✭

REVIEW: Scorched, Zoo Southside, Edinburgh Festival ✭✭✭✭
Scorched Zoo Southside Four stars Find Out MoreSand literally runs through everything in Scorched, a play by Lisle Turner based on conversations with his grandfather. Evoking an elderly man's t[...]

REVIEW: A Regular Little Houdini, Pleasance Dome, Edinburgh Festival ✭✭✭✭

REVIEW: A Regular Little Houdini, Pleasance Dome, Edinburgh Festival ✭✭✭✭
A Regular Little Houdini Pleasance Dome Four stars Book NowA family queuing to see A Regular Little Houdini were talking excitedly about what magic tricks and feats of escapology they were hopi[...]

REVIEW: DarkTales, Pleasance - Edinburgh Festival ✭✭

REVIEW: DarkTales, Pleasance - Edinburgh Festival ✭✭
Darktales Pleasannce One 15 August 2016 2 Stars Book NowThere is a fine tradition of thrillers and ghost stories in theatre. The Woman in Black is still packing them in, Sleuth and Deathtr[...]

REVIEW: Teatro Delusio, Pleasance - Edinburgh Festival ✭✭✭✭

REVIEW: Teatro Delusio, Pleasance - Edinburgh Festival ✭✭✭✭
Teatro Delusio Pleasance 19 August 2016 4 Stars Book NowTake one slightly jaded critic. Place him in front of Familie Floz, the esteemed mask company from Germany.Watch him fall in l[...]

REVIEW: 5 Guys Chillin, C Too - Edinburgh Festival ✭✭✭

REVIEW: 5 Guys Chillin, C Too - Edinburgh Festival ✭✭✭
5 Guys Chilling C Too 15 August 2016 3 Stars Book NowChem sex, (sex involving the use of drugs), is a worrying scene, connected to soaring HIV rates among gay men, especially in London. [...]

REVIEW: Thrones, Assembly - Edinburgh Festival ✭✭✭✭

REVIEW: Thrones, Assembly - Edinburgh Festival ✭✭✭✭
Thrones! Assembly 1 19 August 2016 4 Stars Book NowBack for a second year comes this musical parody of Game of Thrones. Given the popularity of the series, it' s probably one of the easies[...]