EDINBURGH FESTIVAL


Reviews


Edinburgh review: The Whip Hand (Traverse Theatre)
Douglas Maxwell's new piece sees an unconventional nuclear family environment turn explosive
Edinburgh review: Martin Creed: Words and Music (The Studio, Edinburgh International Festival)
The Turner Prize winner's one man show runs at the Edinburgh International Festival until 27 August
Edinburgh review: All We Ever Wanted Was Everything (Summerhall)
Middle Child's gig-theatre show is an invigorating call to arms at the Edinburgh Fringe
Edinburgh review: The B*easts (Underbelly)
Monica Dolan makes her Edinburgh Fringe performing and writing debut
Edinburgh review: DollyWould (Summerhall)
Sh!t Theatre present an enjoyably slipper tribute to Dolly Parton and Dolly the sheep
Edinburgh review: Brexit the Musical (C Venues)
EU lawyer Chris Bryant takes potshots at everyone from BoJo to Dodgy Dave in this political pantomime
Edinburgh review: Pike St. (Summerhall)
Nilaja Sun stars in this one-woman show set on the Lower East Side as a hurricane is coming
Edinburgh review: Rachel Tucker: Unplugged (Pleasance Forth)
The Wicked alumna's new show is an absolute joy to watch
Edinburgh review: Krapp's Last Tape (Church Hill Theatre)
Barry McGovern stars as Krapp in this revival of Samuel Beckett's haunting play
Edinburgh review: Salt. (Summerhall)
Selina Thompson's show head-on tackles Europe's involvement in the slave trade