EDINBURGH FESTIVAL


Reviews


merry christmas, Ms Meadows (Edinburgh Fringe)
A wide-ranging but confused new piece from Belarus Free Theatre
Wingman (Edinburgh Fringe)
A sweet father-son comedy from performance poet and playwright Richard Marsh
Standby for Tape Back-Up (Edinburgh Fringe)
A compelling study of synchronicity from writer and performer Ross Sutherland
Kim Noble: You're Not Alone (Edinburgh Fringe)
An ethically problematic but surprisingly moving new offering from Kim Noble
Mush and Me (Edinburgh Fringe)
A new play exploring the trials and tribulations of interfaith relationships ticks every box
Our Teacher's a Troll (Edinburgh Fringe)
A new children's show by Dennis Kelly which also has plenty for adults to enjoy
Jonny Awsum: Sexy Noises (Edinburgh Fringe)
Jonny Awsum provides a night of top quality musical comedy
Axis of Awesome: Viva La Vida Loca Las Vegas (Edinburgh Fringe)
The trio who found fame on YouTube have returned to the Fringe for another dose of musical comedy
Circa: Beyond (Edinburgh Fringe)
Following on from their Herald Angel Award-winning Wunderkammer last year, this Australian group are back with a new show
The Man Who Would Be King (Edinburgh Fringe)
Dawn State's debut production tackles Rudyard Kipling's classic novella