EDINBURGH FESTIVAL


Reviews


Edinburgh review: Heather (Summerhall)
Thomas Eccleshare's theatrical triptych sees a children's author caught in controversy
Edinburgh Festival 2017 review round-up
All our reviews from the Edinburgh Festivals in one place
Edinburgh review: Tumble Tuck (Underbelly)
Sarah Milton's one-woman show follows a young swimmer as her life unravels around her
Edinburgh review: Mouthpiece (King's Hall)
Written and performed by Amy Nostbakken and Norah Sadava, Mouthpiece dissects the use of language in defining female lives and bodies
Edinburgh review: Meow Meow's Little Mermaid (The Hub)
Nautical but nice - Meow Meow's International Festival show makes quite a splash
Edinburgh review: Black Mountain (Summerhall)
Brad Birch combines romance and horror in his psychological thriller premiering at the Edinburgh Fringe
Edinburgh review: £¥€$ (Summerhall)
Belgian theatre company Ontroerend Goed bring their interactive experience about economics to the Edinburgh Fringe
Edinburgh review: Frogman (Codebase)
Curious Directive's new show uses virtual reality to weave a thrilling coming-of-age story
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