Edinburgh Festival Reviews

That Is All You Need to Know (Edinburgh Fringe)
By WhatsOnStage Reviewer · 14 Aug 2013 · Scotland
There is much to commend Idle Motion's new production That Is All You Need to Know. In focusing on the members of the work force at Bletchley Park ...
You Once Said Yes (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Rosie Bannister · 14 Aug 2013 · Scotland
You Once Said Yes, Look Left Look Right's immersive show that won a Fringe First and Total Theatre Award in 2011 when it premiered at festival, has returned this year for a ...
Captain Amazing (Edinburgh Fringe)
By WhatsOnStage Reviewer · 13 Aug 2013 · Scotland
Ali McDowall is very much the man of the moment. His play Brilliant Adventures opened to massive acclaim at the Royal Exchange in May, his next, Talk Show, wowed ...
The List (Edinburgh Fringe)
By WhatsOnStage Reviewer · 13 Aug 2013 · Scotland
Maureen Beattie in The List Lyn Gardner's recent Guardian blog wondering whether there are substantive differences between English and Scottish theatre excited ...
Nirbhaya (Edinburgh Fringe)
By WhatsOnStage Reviewer · 13 Aug 2013 · Scotland
Poorna Jagannathan and Priyanka Bose in Nirbhaya© William Burdett-Coutts Before the lights go down at the start of Nirbhaya, the stewards remind ...
The Ghost Hunter (Edinburgh Fringe)
By WhatsOnStage Reviewer · 13 Aug 2013 · Scotland
In the abstract, the idea of a monologue by "a ghost hunter" is about as far from being up-my-street as it's possible to imagine. It's a tribute, then, to Stewart Pringle's talent as ...
Somnambules and the 7 Deadly Sins (Edinburgh Fringe)
By WhatsOnStage Reviewer · 13 Aug 2013 · Scotland
What's the worst thing that can happen to a theatre critic? I'd suggest it's perhaps jadedness – feeling that (at the tender age of 37) one has seen it all. Somnambules and the
Solomon and Marion (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Michael Coveney · 12 Aug 2013 · Scotland
Janet Suzman, no less, plays a feisty, indomitable widowed granny, Marion, writing to her daughter in Australia from the home she refuses to leave in the South African outback.She's ...
The System (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Chris Grady · 12 Aug 2013 · Scotland
When three prisoners from a South African prison escape, we have the opportunity to follow them through their dramatic lives and explore with them what it is to grow up, live, work (...
Shakespeare for Breakfast (Edinburgh Fringe)
By WhatsOnStage Reviewer · 12 Aug 2013 · Scotland
A fringe stalwart, Shakespeare for Breakfast is, judging by the packed out room at 10am, clearly still a firm favourite with Edinburgh audiences. This year the company have ...

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