4★★★★

Review: The Half at Pleasance Courtyard

In theatre terms, The Half refers to the thirty minutes before showtime, when performers are expected to be in costume and tucked away in their dressing rooms. It's an appropriate title for Danielle Ward's sh...
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3★★★

Review: Fallen Fruit at Summerhall

“I’ll tell you what I remember.” Memories – ones that have been retained, ones that have been recounted by others, ones that have faded as the years slip by – are central to Katherina Radeva’s transfixing sho...
5★★★★★

Review: The House at Assembly George Square Studios

If you’ve ever scrolled through a real estate website for hours on end and fantasised about your dream property, you’ll know the excitement that accompanies discovering a house that’s perfect for you. And if ...
4★★★★

Review: Harriet Kemsley: Slutty Joan at The Voodoo Rooms

It’s almost a certainty that you will leave Harriet Kemsley’s show wishing the comedian was your friend. No, scratch that – you’ll feel like Kemsley is your friend as she talks animatedly about drunken cinema...
4★★★★

Review: Duckie at Summerhall

We would all do well to heed – irrespective of age – the message at the heart of Le Gateau Chocolat’s triumphant children’s show Duckie. A shimmering reinterpretation of The Ugly Duckling, this production com...
4★★★★

Review: Casting off at Assembly George Square Gardens

“Jaw-dropping” is a descriptor that gets thrown around a lot in entertainment criticism, but in the case of Casting Off, its use couldn’t be more warranted. Spectators watch the show unfold before them with m...