EDINBURGH FESTIVAL


Reviews


Edinburgh review: Not I (Pleasance Courtyard)
Jess Thom's Tourette's Syndrome's tics make this a brilliant piece of conceptual performance
Edinburgh review: Oresteia: This Restless House
Zinnie Harris' pop gothic take on Aeschylus' tragedies for the International Festival works an absolute treat
Edinburgh review: Flight (Church Hill Theatre and Studio)
Vox Motus present a unique vision on the refugee crisis with their Edinburgh International Festival show
Edinburgh review: Locker Room Talk (Traverse Theatre)
Gary McNair's new play sees interviews with men regarding women performed on stage
Edinburgh review: Arlene! The Glitz! The Glamour! The Gossip! (Assembly Checkpoint)
Arlene Phillips' bio-show is saved by the choreographer's gift for storytelling
Edinburgh review: Dust (Underbelly Cowgate)
Milly Thomas's new Edinburgh Fringe play sees the writer-actor deliver a powerful performance
Edinburgh review: The Unmarried (Underbelly Med Quad)
The half-rhyming story runs at the Edinburgh Fringe until the end of the month
Edinburgh review: Me and Robin Hood (Pleasance Dome)
The Welsh storyteller turns his sights on the financial industry and everyone's favourite legend
Edinburgh review: Prom Kween (Underbelly)
A riotous High School Musical spoof that keys into real world gender politics
Edinburgh review: Sigma (Assembly Hall)
Gandini Juggling team up with a south Indian choreographer on their latest piece