EDINBURGH FESTIVAL


Reviews


Men in the Cities (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Theo Bosanquet · 4 Aug 2014

Award-winning writer and performer Chris Goode's new solo show is a dark meditation on masculinity

Adam of the Riches (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Theo Bosanquet · 4 Aug 2014

The Edinburgh Comedy Award winner returns with another hour of interactive anarchy

SmallWar (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Theo Bosanquet · 4 Aug 2014

Belgian company SKaGeN explore the history of conflict in this disappointing follow-up to BigMouth

Unfaithful (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Theo Bosanquet · 4 Aug 2014

Two intertwining stories of betrayal make for a witty and engrossing drama

Mark Thomas: Cuckooed (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Theo Bosanquet · 3 Aug 2014

The veteran agitator returns with a tale of protest and betrayal

Confirmation (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Catherine Love · 1 Aug 2014

Chris Thorpe's play exploring confirmation bias is thought-provoking and layered

Julie Madly Deeply (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Kieran Johnson · 25 Aug 2013
Celebrating the life and career of the legendary Julie Andrews, Sarah-Louise Young uses her admiration for the Dame to write and perform and tremendous piece of entertainment in the form of Ju
I Wish I Was Lonely (Edinburgh Fringe)
By WhatsOnStage Reviewer · 25 Aug 2013
This show at Forest Fringe asks 'how much of ourselves we've given up to the new Gods in our pockets'
Brand New Ancients (Edinburgh Fringe)
By WhatsOnStage Reviewer · 24 Aug 2013
Poet and rapper Kate Tempest tells an everyday epic over a live musical score at the Traverse
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By Kieran Johnson · 23 Aug 2013
Making its UK debut, hit Broadway musical [title of show] plays to an almost full house at Edinburgh's Assembly Checkpoint, proving this new and relevant musical has a fair ...