2★★

Review: Fishbowl at Pleasance

Fishbowl comes to the Edinburgh Fringe with an impressive pedigree. An award-winning play without a single line of dialogue, it’s gained rave reviews from Le Monde and Le Parisien. Press for this UK premiere i...
4★★★★

Review: 00 at Pleasance Dome

Remember the turn of the millennium? Westlife at No. 1, Blair ascendant, the height of the dot-com bubble? Remember the panic that, all over the world, computers would fail when the date counter flipped over t...
4★★★★

Review: Feast at Summerhall

The table manners were shocking. From Lecoq-trained Clout Theatre comes one of the weirdest shows of the Summerhall programme – and perhaps the whole Fringe? A one-woman show incorporating elements of physi...
4★★★★

Review: Knot at Assembly Roxy

I used to think “dance partner” was the solution to the problem of gender-neutral relationship terminology. After all, a relationship should be more like a dance than a business venture... OK, it was a stupid ...
5★★★★★

Review: Drone at Summerhall

Sometimes after a hard day’s work you just need to blow off some steam. Harry Josephine Giles’ drone is no different – even if the work should happen to be targeted remote killing. She – the drone-girl whose u...
3★★★

Review: Like Animals at Summerhall

Can a trained dolphin talk to aliens? Can a parrot have a profession? Like Animals is a playful but tender exploration of love, cruelty and communication breakdown through stories of human teaching animals how...
4★★★★

Review: Lucille and Cecilia at Assembly Powder Room

Lucille the sealion wants to break free. Trapped in a never-ending circus act with Cecilia, her frustratingly ingenuous (read: dumb) partner, she dreams of escaping the demeaning attentions of her trainer and ...