EDINBURGH FESTIVAL


Reviews


Made in ILVA - The Contemporary Hermit (Edinburgh Fringe)
This dance show takes aim at the controversial ILVA factory in Italy
50 Shades! The Musical (Edinburgh Fringe)
An uproarious US parody of EL James' erotic novel hits the Fringe
Dead to Me (Edinburgh Fringe)
A dark comedy from Gary Kitching about what we do and don't believe in
The James Plays (Edinburgh International Festival)
Rona Munro's epic trilogy premieres at the EIF ahead of its London transfer
Tim Fitzhigham: Hellfire (Edinburgh Fringe)
The master storyteller returns, but the plot's a bit thin
Broke (Edinburgh Fringe)
A multi-layered look at debt and poverty from The Paper Birds
Bottleneck (Edinburgh Fringe)
Luke Barnes' play, which premiered at HighTide, is set in the build up to the Hillsborough disaster
The War (Edinburgh International Festival)
A production from Russia marking the First World War centenary is a spectacular highlight of this year's EIF
Spoiling (Edinburgh Fringe)
The upcoming Scottish independence referendum is the subject of this Fringe First-winning satire
Julie Burchill: Absolute Cult (Edinburgh Fringe)
The queen of spleen tells all in this solo satire starring Lizzie Roper