EDINBURGH FESTIVAL


Reviews


Edinburgh review: Daniel Kitson: Mouse – The Persistence of an Unlikely Thought (Traverse Theatre)
Daniel Kitson returns to the Fringe with a show about friendship and how impossible it is to find people like us
Edinburgh review: Bucket List (Pleasance Dome)
The play is about a Mexican child whose mother is shot during a protest against factory conditions
Edinburgh review: Letters to Windsor House (Summerhal)
Sh!t Theatre's latest work is a ramshackle piece of documentary theatre about the housing crisis
Edinburgh review: Bricking It (Underbelly)
There's no such thing as family fortune for this father-daughter comedy act
Edinburgh review: World Without Us (Summerhall)
Ontroerend Goed's piece about the world after we have gone is an amazing thing at the Edinburgh Fringe
Edinburgh review: Putting the Band Back Together (Summerhall)
Annie Rigby and The Futureheads' Ross Millard are out to get us dusting off our old instruments at the Edinburgh Fringe
Edinburgh review: Milk (Traverse Theatre)
This play from the Open Script Submission pile doesn't quite feel real enough
Edinburgh review: Nina Conti - In Your Face (Pleasance Theatre)
The comedienne returns to the Fringe with her unique take on ventriloquism
Edinburgh review: The Duke (Pleasance Courtyard)
You'll not find a show with a bigger heart at the Fringe this year