EDINBURGH FESTIVAL


Reviews


Edinburgh review: Tank (Pleasance Dome)
This show from Breach Theatre looks at the story of a woman who talked to dolphins
Edinburgh review: Lucy McCormick: Triple Threat (Underbelly)
The theatre maker retells the New Testament in the filthiest, most rambunctious way possible
Edinburgh review: Faslane (Summerhall)
Jenna Watt tackles the conundrum of nuclear weapons in her eloquent piece at the Edinburgh Fringe
Edinburgh review: Shake (Lyceum Theatre)
Eat a Crocodile's take on Twelfth Night, performed as part of the Edinburgh International Festival, is whimsical and flawed
Edinburgh review: Wonderman (Underbelly)
A fiery onstage mash-up of Roald Dahl's stories for adults performed by the National Theatre of Wales
Edinburgh review: Bonita & Billie Holiday (Assembly Roxy)
American actress Bonita Brisker's new show channels the great Billie Holiday
Edinburgh review: Counting Sheep (Summerhall)
This great piece from Toronto-based, Ukraine-born Lemon Bucket Orkestra gets the audience right into the heart of a revolution
Edinburgh review: The Inevitable Heartbreak of Gavin Plimsole (Pleasance Theatre)
The audience are connected up to heart monitors in this messy show from young company SharkLegs
Edinburgh review: The Vaudevillains (Assembly George Square)
This piece about a murderous variety act has some great songs but is playing in the wrong space at the Edinburgh Fringe
Edinburgh review: Jonny and the Baptists: Eat the Poor (Summerhall)
The raucous comedy-music double-act present a terrifying vision of the future where swans are in charge