EDINBURGH FESTIVAL


Reviews


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
The Curing Room (Ediburgh Fringe)
David Ian Lee's new play is a chilling and disturbing version of a true story from World War II
No Guts, No Heart, No Glory (Edinburgh Fringe)
Common Wealth's new show about Muslim female boxers comes out fighting
Hayani (Edinburgh Fringe)
We continue our coverage of Assembly's South African productions with this two-hander about home and family
Normal/Madness (Edinburgh Fringe)
Fiona Geddes presents a heartbreaking account of life living with mental health