EDINBURGH FESTIVAL


Reviews


The Man Who Would Be King (Edinburgh Fringe)
Dawn State's debut production tackles Rudyard Kipling's classic novella
The Curing Room (Ediburgh Fringe)
David Ian Lee's new play is a chilling and disturbing version of a true story from World War II
No Guts, No Heart, No Glory (Edinburgh Fringe)
Common Wealth's new show about Muslim female boxers comes out fighting
Hayani (Edinburgh Fringe)
We continue our coverage of Assembly's South African productions with this two-hander about home and family
Normal/Madness (Edinburgh Fringe)
Fiona Geddes presents a heartbreaking account of life living with mental health
God's Own Country (Edinburgh Fringe)
Ross Raisin's award winning novel receives its stage debut in this adaptation by Fine Mess Theatre Company
One Man Breaking Bad (Edinburgh Fringe)
Miles Allen reenacts all five seasons of the smash hit show in 60 minutes
6: A New Musical (Edinburgh Fringe)
This new musical by New York composer Zack Zadek receives its European premiere at the Fringe courtesy of Twenty Something Productions
Jack Dee's Helpdesk (Edinburgh Fringe)
The straight faced comedian is joined by a different panel of comedians each night to try and solve fringe-goers' problems
Blind Hamlet (Edinburgh Fringe)
An intriguing premise fizzles out in Nassim Soleimanpour's new play