5★★★★★

Review: Sofie Hagen – The Bumswing at PleasanceDome

Sofie Hagen, dressed entirely in scarlet, begins to tell us the story of her sex holiday in Swansea. This is the basis for her show Sofie Hagen: The Bumswing, which intersperses stand up comedy with storytelli...
5★★★★★

Review: Ladybones at Pleasance Coutyard

No one expects a can of coke to elicit an emotional response in an audience, but in Sorcha McCaffrey’s Ladybones, this is exactly what happens. This show follows Nuala, an archaeologist who, upon discovering a...
4★★★★

Review: Joanne McNally at Assembly George Square

A glass of prosecco is being held by a yellow jumpsuit clad Joanne McNally, as she begins to perform her stand up show The Prosecco Express. Exploring what life is like for unmarried women, she breaks down mar...
3★★★

Review: Ticker at Underbelly

Punching a one-eyed unicorn in a hospital grieving room is better than therapy. This is what is declared by writer and performer Tom Machell, in Fight In The Dog’s Ticker. Machell plays Spencer, a man grieving...
4★★★★

Review: LOVE (Watching Madness) at Pleasance Courtyard

There is a woman standing alone on stage. She greets us with the words ‘I love the way you have selective hearing’. This is the opening of SpeakUp Theatre’s LOVE (Watching Madness). What follows is a bold expl...
2★★

Review: Drowning at Pleasance Courtyard

Murder or Mercy? This is the tagline of Dark Lady Co & Something for the Weekend’s Drowning. This show explores the true story of four Austrian nurses who, in 1991, were charged with murdering forty-nine p...