EDINBURGH FESTIVAL


Reviews


Butt Kapinski (Liquid Rooms, Edinburgh)
'This is a collaborative act, playing along and fooling around'
Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour (Traverse, Edinburgh)
Lee Hall and Vicky Featherstone team up on a blistering adaptation of Alan Warner's The Sopranos
The Great Downhill Journey of Little Tommy (Summerhall, Edinburgh)
'Jonas Vermeleun and Boris Van Severin might be theatre's McFly'
O No! (Assembly Roxy, Edinburgh)
Jamie Wood's tribute to Yoko Ono is 'the live art equivalent of cleaning up an old oil painting'
Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons (Zoo Southside, Edinburgh)
An assured debut play presents an effective allegory for austerity
Give Me a Reason to Live (Dancebase, Edinburgh)
A solo piece inspired by the work of medieval painter Hieronymus Bosch
887 (Edinburgh International Conference Centre)
'A beguiling show, full of ultra-pleasing theatricality'
The Christians (Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh)
Lucas Hnath's play begs a big question about religion and belief
Pilgrim (Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh)
'As often in small-scale solo shows, the writing's better than the theatre of it all'
Bette Midler... and Me (Gilded Balloon, Edinburgh)
Sue Kelvin serves up a rollercoaster ride through the legendary diva's career