Silk Road (Edinburgh Fringe)
A fast-paced monologue about the darker side of the internet
Shakespeare For Breakfast (Edinburgh Fringe)
The Bardic breakfasters are back and better than ever
Light (Edinburgh Fringe)
Theatre Ad Infinitum's latest offering has technical flair but lacks a coherent narrative
Mark Watson: Flaws (Edinburgh Fringe)
The comedian returns to the Festival with his most personal show to date
Alex Horne: Monsieur Butterfly (Edinburgh Fringe)
'Horne has wanted to do this show for more than a decade, and with his infectious excitement, be grateful he finally got round to it'
The Complete History of Comedy (Abridged) (Edinburgh Fringe)
The Reduced Shakespeare Company are back, doing what they do best
Freak (Edinburgh Fringe)
Anna Jordan's two-hander makes some salient points but is let down by the delivery
Siddhartha, the Musical (Edinburgh Fringe)
Making its UK debut, this Italian production follows the story of young Prince Siddhartha after he discovers the reality of life outside his palace
The Addams Family (Edinburgh Fringe)
The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland deliver a finely-tuned production of the Broadway musical
Americana (Edinburgh Fringe)
This rock musical could do with greater variety to make it soar