3★★★

Review: Reigen at theSpace @ Venue45

A new translation of an early 1900s Austrian play by Arthur Schnitzler, Reigen is a thoughtful production that plays with movement and gender. Translated and directed by Ada Gunther, Reigen follows a series of...
4★★★★

Review: Prehistoric at Summerhall

Irreverent, loud and pulling no punches, Prehistoric is a riveting political play with live punk music and a dark sense of humour that demands to be witnessed. Brisbane Australia, 1979. Queensland is a police...
5★★★★★

Review: Electrolyte at Pleasance Dome

Crackling with irrepressible energy, sound and movement, Electrolyte is a brilliant production and exploration of mental health, grief and friendship.   Jessie lives in Leeds and desperately yearns to break fr...
4★★★★

Review: Bowjangles: Excalibow at Gilded Balloon Teviot

Wielding bows as swords and leaping across the stage, Bowjangles are no ordinary string quartet. Entering as four mythical cloaked warriors, Bowjangles set the scene with a song about the legend of Excalibow, t...
3★★★

Review: Drip at Summerhall

An original script full of sweet teen awkwardness and colourful props, Drip is a musical coming of age tale about friendship and optimism. Performed in the round and delivered as though he is addressing his sc...
5★★★★★

Review: Casus: You & I at Assembly Roxy

The latest show from Casus Circus founders Jesse Scott and Lachlan McAulay, You & I is a deeply felt and visually stunning piece of physical theatre that takes an intimate look at love and a relationship be...