4★★★★

Review: Seen and Heard at Underbelly Cowgate

From the winner of the Best Cabaret award at Melbourne Fringe 2017, Seen and Heard is a glitter filled expression of female sexuality, packed full of burlesque storytelling. Stripping never felt so wholesome. ...
3★★★

Review: Sushi Tap Show at Greenside Nicholson Square

Brought to the Edinburgh festival by Tokyo Tap Do!, Sushi Tap Show is a high-energy performance that provides light hearted entertainment, upbeat tap sequences, cheerful comedic interludes and circus tricks. ...
5★★★★★

Review: Queens of Sheba at Underbelly Cowgate

Depicting the everyday mundanity of casually racist clichés, Queens of Sheba details the experience of four black women as they rally towards a night out, before being rejected from a club for being ‘too black’...
5★★★★★

Review: Pickle Jar at Underbelly Bristo

A one-woman triumph, Pickle Jar addresses themes of grief, friendship and consent while parodying 21st century life with sharp wit and humour. Written and performed by Maddie Rice - the critically acclaimed a...
5★★★★★

Review: Games by Henry Naylor at Gilded Balloon Teviot

From the multi-award winning UK playwright Henry Naylor, Games is a testament to female determination. Challenging the implications of labels, it explores the dangers they have in society in a way that proves s...
4★★★★

Review: The Song of Lunch at Pleasance Courtyard

As British as it gets, The Song of Lunch is a beautifully written play, packed full of witty, comic observations of the British dining experience and guaranteed lighthearted laughs.  Taken from Costa Award win...