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Review: Where It Hurts at Summerhall

Regardless of your political or social alliance, the NHS is the lifeblood of this nation. It's more of an institution than the BBC or the monarchy combined. There are so many stories of the health service whi...
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Review: The Basement Tapes at Summerhall

An imaginative young woman tries to put a cheerful spin on clearing out her beloved grandmother’s belongings after her death, but things take a sinister turn in The Basement Tapes. The unnamed character, play...
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Review: Erehwon at Summerhall

A satirical look at our colonial history, Erehwon combines a charismatic performance by playwright Arthur Meek, brilliant music from Eva Prowse and 19th century adventure by novelist Samuel Butler into a magica...
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...
5★★★★★

Review: Queens of Sheba at Underbelly Cowgate

Depicting the everyday mundanity of casually racist clichés, Queens of Sheba details the experience of four black women as they rally towards a night out, before being rejected from a club for being ‘too black’...

REVIEW: Ali McGregor: Decadence at Assembly Hall

REVIEW: Ali McGregor: Decadence at Assembly Hall Cabaret/Music Ali McGregor: Decadence, Assembly Hall, 6-12 Aug (not 8), 6pm 3 stars A three-piece jazz band display their prowess as we file into Rai...

Video: Rose Matafeo chats to EdFestMag.com

Rose Matafeo took some time out of her busy Edinburgh Fringe run to chat to us at EdFestMag.com. Find out exactly what Horndog is all about, how Rose got started with standup, her love/hate relationship with c...
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Review: Lolly Jones: 50 Shades of May at Assembly Roxy

We are in the company of Lolly Jones (as seen on BBC3 and Comedy Central) for 55 minutes, and she doesn’t speak once. Instead, she mimes as the familiar voices of our female politicians ring out through the PA....
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