EDINBURGH FESTIVAL


Reviews


Edinburgh review: Growth (Summerhall)
This new comedy from Luke Norris has a simple message about growing up and testicular cancer
Edinburgh review: Diary of a Madman (Traverse Theatre)
A searing refashioning of Gogol's short story from Al Smith
Edinburgh review: Wind Resistance (Lyceum Theatre)
A beautiful and tender theatre debut from Scottish folk singer Karine Polwart
Edinburgh review: Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs (The Hub)
The actor, singer and Scottish hero offers an excellent night out as part of the Edinburgh International Festival
Edinburgh review: My Eyes Went Dark (Traverse Theatre)
A Russian architect loses his family in a plane crash in this two-hander at the Edinburgh Fringe
Edinburgh review: Expensive Shit (Traverse Theatre)
Adura Onashile's play is still a draft or two away from completion at the Edinburgh Fringe
Edinburgh review: Greater Belfast (Traverse)
A weird and wondrous hymn at the Edinburgh Fringe to the memory of Belfast
Edinburgh review: Only Bones (Summerhall)
New Zealanders Thomas Monckton and Gemma Tweedie bring a new wave of clowning to the Edinburgh Fringe
Edinburgh review: Blank (Summerhall)
Iranian playwright Nassim Soleimanpour returns to the Edinburgh Fringe following the acclaimed White Rabbit, Red Rabbit
Edinburgh review: Yokai (Underbelly)
There's a teeny tiny town in this piece from Lecoq graduates The Krumple