Cabaret & Circus

4★★★★

Review: Seen and Heard at Underbelly Cowgate

From the winner of the Best Cabaret award at Melbourne Fringe 2017, Seen and Heard is a glitter filled expression of female sexuality, packed full of burlesque storytelling. Stripping never felt so wholesome. ...
5★★★★★

Reviews: Chores at Assembly George Square Gardens

Every child will relate to the struggle to stay focused after their mum asks them to clean up their room. In Chores, Cluster Arts circus company take inspiration from this childhood woe, playing two brothers ...
5★★★★★

Review: Egg at Summerhall

In a stunning performance, Egg tells a true story about the journey of egg donation from one friend to another. It’s a raw display of true emotion through the eyes of real life characters, showcased by theatr...
4★★★★

Review: Kate Dimbleby: Sing Happy at Frankenstein’s Pub

Have you ever wished your everyday life could be more like a musical? Well, Kate Dimbleby is making a go of it with her new show, Sing Happy.  Ready to go, with her studio equipment balancing on literal iron b...
4★★★★

Review: Sediment at Assembly Roxy

Company 2’s Sediment is an innovative exploration of human reflection. Building on extracts from Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s ‘Notes from Underground’, Sediment interprets the narrative through, dance, acrobatics and l...
5★★★★★

Review: Hot Brown Honey at Gilded Balloon Teviot

Few times have I felt that theatre has changed my life, but this has to be one of them. Hot Brown Honey is a celebration of individualism, equality and the right to stand up for what you believe in. “Fuck the ...
4★★★★

Review: Briefs: Close Encounters at Assembly Hall

Briefs are back with a new show that is like nothing we’ve seen from them before. An unapologetic and politically charged piece of performance art, Close Encounters features all you could want from any burlesqu...
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