EDINBURGH FESTIVAL


Reviews


The Fair Intellectual Club (Edinburgh Fringe)
Lucy Porter's new play about an 18th century group of women is entertaining yet a little tame
Men in the Cities (Edinburgh Fringe)
Award-winning writer and performer Chris Goode's new solo show is a dark meditation on masculinity
Adam of the Riches (Edinburgh Fringe)
The Edinburgh Comedy Award winner returns with another hour of interactive anarchy
SmallWar (Edinburgh Fringe)
Belgian company SKaGeN explore the history of conflict in this disappointing follow-up to BigMouth
Unfaithful (Edinburgh Fringe)
Two intertwining stories of betrayal make for a witty and engrossing drama
Mark Thomas: Cuckooed (Edinburgh Fringe)
The veteran agitator returns with a tale of protest and betrayal
Confirmation (Edinburgh Fringe)
Chris Thorpe's play exploring confirmation bias is thought-provoking and layered
Julie Madly Deeply (Edinburgh Fringe)
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)
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)
Poet and rapper Kate Tempest tells an everyday epic over a live musical score at the Traverse