Dance Reviews


Review: Djuki Mala at Assembly George Square Theatre

Djuki Mala’s joyous blend of traditional Aboriginal dance and modern music bursts onto the Edinburgh Fringe in a blaze of shouting, singing, yelling and some serious dance moves. This show will leave your heart...

Review: Sushi Tap Show at Greenside Nicholson Square

Brought to the Edinburgh festival by Tokyo Tap Do!, Sushi Tap Show is a high-energy performance that provides light hearted entertainment, upbeat tap sequences, cheerful comedic interludes and circus tricks. ...

Review: Réversible at Assembly Rooms

Perhaps something that gets overlooked at the Fringe is the importance of venue. Back in 2012, Russell Kane had to move his show from the Assembly Rooms Ballroom due to sound problems which plagued the comedi...

Review: Giselle at Dance Base

Taking on one of the most well known and well loved ballets of all, Ballet Ireland have taken a bold step in their version of Giselle, a reinvention of the classic with a modern twist.  The original tells the ...

Review: Cold Blood at the King’s Theatre

Hands are the body’s labourers. Useful, functional, capable - rarely beautiful. However, Kiss & Cry Collective sees past this, developing a full hour and fifteen minute production completely based around th...
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