EDINBURGH FESTIVAL


Reviews


Edinburgh review: Dublin Oldschool (Pleasance Theatre)
Emmet Kirwan's play is a railroading coming-of-age tale
Edinburgh review: Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. (Traverse Theatre)
This revival of Alice Birch's provoking piece on language is a little too well behaved
Edinburgh review: Often Onstage (Pleasance Dome)
All-female company Figs in Wigs explore the ups and downs of theatre through the medium of comedy dance... and the Backstreet Boys
Edinburgh review: Where Do All the Dead Pigeons Go? (Summerhall)
Scott Turnbull's piece about the north-east's first man on the moon veers constantly into the surreal
Edinburgh review: Ten Storey Love Song (Pleasance Dome)
Middle Child theatre company stage a raucous, visceral adaptation of Richard Milward's novel
Edinburgh review: Swansong (Pleasance Theatre)
A show about the end of the world as we know it from DugOut Theatre
Edinburgh review: Katie Brennan's Quarter-Life Crisis (Underbelly George Square)
Katie Brennan performs a warm-hearted and hilarious musical mash-up about her confusing twenties
Edinburgh review: Once (Assembly George Square)
Russian clowns Derevo return with their piece that set the Fringe alight almost 20 years ago
Edinburgh review: Cock and Bull (Forest Fringe)
Nic Green's new show ridicules and rails at the political establishment
Edinburgh review: Weird Seance (Forest Fringe)
Axes, woodland and people back from the dead, Daniel Oliver's piece is a self-satirising critique of art's obscurity