EDINBURGH FESTIVAL


Reviews


Edinburgh review: Rhinoceros (Lyceum Theatre)
Townsfolk turn into rhinos in this new adaptation of Ionesco's absurdist classic running as part of the International Festival
Edinburgh review: Meet Me at Dawn (Traverse Theatre)
Zinnie Harris' riff on the Orpheus and Eurydice myth sees two women washed up on a beach after an accident
Edinburgh review: A Super Happy Story (About Feeling Super Sad) (Pleasance Courtyard)
Jon Brittain and Matthew Floyd Jones tackle depression with their hilarious new musical
Edinburgh review: Eve (Traverse Theatre)
Jo Clifford tells her personal and true transgender story as part of the Traverse Theatre's festival line up
Edinburgh review: Thus Spoke... (King's Hall)
A kind of philosophical cabaret from Quebecois director Étienne Lepage and choreographer Frédérick Gravel
Edinburgh review: Letters to Morrissey (Traverse)
Gary McNair's one-man piece is about the writer's teen years when he chose Morrissey as a confidante
Edinburgh review: Nassim (Traverse Theatre)
Iranian playwright Nassim Soleimanpour's new play has a different actor performing his script every night
Edinburgh review: Lilith: Jungle Girl (Traverse Theatre)
Sisters Grimm's devised piece takes aim at new cultural divisions in the Traverse's festival line up
Edinburgh review: You've Changed (Summerhall)
Kate O'Donnell's piece looks at what happened when she came to terms with being transgender at the age of 38
Edinburgh review: Cosmic Scallies (Summerhall)
Jackie Hagan's new play visits the inhabitants of Skelmersdale