Iphigenia in Splott (Pleasance Dome, Edinburgh)
Sophie Melville stars in Gary Owen's monologue first seen at the Sherman Cymru in May
Murmel Murmel (King's Theatre, Edinburgh)
The Edinburgh International Festival closes with a surreally entertaining German comedy
Lanark (Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh)
David Greig's adaptation of Alasdair Gray's "Life in Four Books" is a 'must-see triumph'
The Magic Flute (Festival Theatre, Edinburgh)
Following their hit Golem, 1927 return to Edinburgh with a "non-stop visual treat to accompany Mozart's strange fairytale"
A String Section (Summerhall)
'One of the most gripping and visceral things I have seen this festival'
Butt Kapinski (Liquid Rooms, Edinburgh)
'This is a collaborative act, playing along and fooling around'
Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour (Traverse, Edinburgh)
Lee Hall and Vicky Featherstone team up on a blistering adaptation of Alan Warner's The Sopranos
The Great Downhill Journey of Little Tommy (Summerhall, Edinburgh)
'Jonas Vermeleun and Boris Van Severin might be theatre's McFly'
O No! (Assembly Roxy, Edinburgh)
Jamie Wood's tribute to Yoko Ono is 'the live art equivalent of cleaning up an old oil painting'
Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons (Zoo Southside, Edinburgh)
An assured debut play presents an effective allegory for austerity