EDINBURGH FESTIVAL


Reviews


Edinburgh review: In Fidelity (Traverse)
In his latest Edinburgh show, Rob Drummond tries to pair up two audience members
Edinburgh review: Equations for a Moving Body (Summerhall)
Hannah Nicklin's piece at the Edinburgh Fringe examines why people push themselves to their absolute limits
Edinburgh review: Tell Me Anything (Summerhall)
Following their 2014 debut So It Goes, On The Run return with a show about love, hopeless devotion and growing up
Edinburgh review: Heads Up (Summerhall)
Kieran Hurley's play Heads Up is a look at the world on the brink of catastrophe
The Solid Life of Sugar Water (The Drum, Plymouth)
Jack Thorne's award-winning play returns to Plymouth ahead of a UK tour
Iphigenia in Splott (Pleasance Dome, Edinburgh)
Sophie Melville stars in Gary Owen's monologue first seen at the Sherman Cymru in May
Murmel Murmel (King's Theatre, Edinburgh)
The Edinburgh International Festival closes with a surreally entertaining German comedy
Lanark (Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh)
David Greig's adaptation of Alasdair Gray's "Life in Four Books" is a 'must-see triumph'
The Magic Flute (Festival Theatre, Edinburgh)
Following their hit Golem, 1927 return to Edinburgh with a "non-stop visual treat to accompany Mozart's strange fairytale"
A String Section (Summerhall)
'One of the most gripping and visceral things I have seen this festival'