Review: Emma Sidi: Faces of Grace at Pleasance Courtyard

Character comedian and ‘contemporary somatic movement enthusiast’ Emma Sidi brings five new faces to the Fringe. Using a floral arch, Sidi takes persona switching to a new level in an almost Stars in Their Ey...

Review: La Maladie de la Mort at the Lyceum Theatre

Katie Mitchell and Alice Birch's free adaptation of Marguerite Duras' La Maladie de la Mort is all about gaze: the gaze of one character on another, as seen through their mobile phone as they film one another, ...

Review: Nele Needs a Holiday: The Musical at Summerhall

Nele Needs a Holiday is a beautiful and endearing piece of musical theatre that truly engages with the reality of dreams being followed, made and even broken. A Belgian popstar moves to London to steal the job...

Review: Lou Sanders: Shame Pig at Monkey Barrel

Lou Sanders is here to teach us about shame. Not embarrassment, that fleeting, lower-tier stuff, but real shame, the big moments that stick with you and whisper to you at night years later. Taking cues from he...

Review: Void at Summerhall

Void is a gut punch of a piece with some incredible original dance from Mele Broomes, exploring themes of race, womanhood, belonging, and diaspora, to name but a view. Void is a scream of feminine rage and is...

Review: Flushed at Underbelly Cowgate

Flushed is the debut production from Manchester-based theatre company Theatre Unlocked, however this is not apparent at all from the quality of writing, acting and stage production on display.  Marnie and Jen ...
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