EDINBURGH FESTIVAL


Reviews


Edinburgh review: Mark Thomas: A Show That Gambles on the Future (Summerhall)
The comic returns to his stand-up roots for this political predictions piece
Edinburgh review: The Shape of the Pain (Summerhall)
Rachel Bagshaw and Chris Thorpe explore one woman's unusual condition where pain is non-stop
Edinburgh review: Sugar Baby (Summerhall)
Dirty Protest stages a one-man show about a Cardiff drug dealer who gets mixed up with the local gangster
Edinburgh review: You, Me and Everything Else (Zoo)
Camisado Club's show looks at what scientists put on a phonograph record that they shot into space in 1974
Edinburgh review: Out of Love (Summerhall)
Elinor Cook's play on the Paines Plough Roundabout stage is a female friendship in all its messy glory
Edinburgh review: Performers (Assembly Rooms)
Irvine Welsh and Dean Cavanagh's new piece set in London during the '60s looks at the making of the film Performance starring Mick Jagger and James Fox
Edinburgh review: The Divide (King's Theatre)
Alan Ayckbourn's epic new play is a six hour dystopian vision of the future
Edinburgh review: The Believers Are But Brothers (Summerhall)
Javaad Alipoor's unsettling new piece looks at the immense influence of the internet
Edinburgh review: The Bearpit (Zoo Southside)
Coupledom feels like a catastrophe in this firecracker of a new play from Nic McQuillan and Flora Marston
Edinburgh review: Adam (Traverse Theatre)
Adam Kashmiry uses his life story to highlight the difficulties of trans experiences