3★★★

Review: Tetra-Decathlon at Summerhall

Lauren Hendry swings into this year’s Fringe with the true story of her gruelling training for the World Tetra-Decathlon Championships. What’s a “tetra-decathlon” I hear you ask? Well so did Hendry’s coach wh...
4★★★★

Review: Tremor at Summerhall

Sherman Theatre returns to the Fringe this year with Tremor, Brad Birch’s arresting two-hander about how our past shapes our present. When Tom’s ex Sophie shows up at his new house, intent on talking about the...
3★★★

Review: The Egg is a Lonely Hunter at Summerhall

Armed with beautifully eloquent description and imagery, writer-performer Hannah Mamalis lends life to Sophie, a young shopkeeper engaged in battle with a small schoolboy, Michael, over her irrational fear of e...
5★★★★★

Review: Extinguished Things at Summerhall

In the cramped Old Anatomy Lecture Theatre at Summerhall, we are greeted by Molly Taylor, who takes us on a journey through the streets of her childhood through her adult eyes. We walk along with her as she p...
3★★★

Review: The Last Straw at Summerhall

In a world where we’re bombarded by a wealth of information at every turn it can be difficult to know what’s really going on. This is the general idea behind The Last Straw, People Show’s venture at this year...
4★★★★

Review: Ben Pope: Baby Sasquatch at Pleasance Courtyard

Delightfully awkward is the best way to describe Ben Pope’s comedy. He greets the audience shoeless as he launches into gags about his – spoiler alert – disastrous attempts at going it alone in adult life and...