4★★★★

Review: Raven at Assembly Roxy

Words Jessie Parsons For Anke, the flowers that arrived with her baby felt like funeral flowers for her career.  With an aerial rope and comfy sofa both poised centre stage, the tensions of modern moth...
5★★★★★

Review: Snort at Pleasance Courtyard

Words Harry Seymour Coming all the way from New Zealand to the Edinburgh Fringe for the first time is Snort, an improvisational comedy show featuring Rose Matafeo, Guy Montgomery, Alice Snedden, Eli Matthew...
4★★★★

Review: Alexander Fox: Snare at Pleasance Courtyard

Words Harry Seymour Alexander Fox’s show is an hour-long, brilliantly crafted story, recounting how almost a decade ago he moved from Essex to London and began an affair with his music teacher. He spends on...
5★★★★★

Review: The First Piano on the Moon at Summerhall

Words Christiana Spens My son is four years old and has never been to the Fringe before, and although being very theatrically-inclined, is a little unsure about it all. ‘A woman is wearing seventeen hats! T...