EDINBURGH FESTIVAL


Reviews


Silk Road (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Catherine Love · 14 Aug 2014

A fast-paced monologue about the darker side of the internet

Shakespeare For Breakfast (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Rosie Bannister · 13 Aug 2014

The Bardic breakfasters are back and better than ever

Light (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Rosie Bannister · 13 Aug 2014

Theatre Ad Infinitum's latest offering has technical flair but lacks a coherent narrative

Mark Watson: Flaws (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Rosie Bannister · 13 Aug 2014

The comedian returns to the Festival with his most personal show to date

Alex Horne: Monsieur Butterfly (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Rosie Bannister · 13 Aug 2014

'Horne has wanted to do this show for more than a decade, and with his infectious excitement, be grateful he finally got round to it'

The Complete History of Comedy (Abridged) (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Rosie Bannister · 13 Aug 2014

The Reduced Shakespeare Company are back, doing what they do best

Freak (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Catherine Love · 13 Aug 2014

Anna Jordan's two-hander makes some salient points but is let down by the delivery

Horizontal Collaboration (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Michael Coveney · 13 Aug 2014

David Leddy's new show at the Traverse creates confusion of the wrong sort

True Brits (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Michael Coveney · 13 Aug 2014

'This is novelistic writing, rather than dramatic writing, in the manner of Zadie Smith or Hanif Kureishi'

Siddhartha, the Musical (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Kieran Johnson · 12 Aug 2014

Making its UK debut, this Italian production follows the story of young Prince Siddhartha after he discovers the reality of life outside his palace