EDINBURGH FESTIVAL


Reviews


Britannia Waves the Rules (Edinburgh Fringe)
Gareth Farr's play makes good use of Paines Plough's Roundabout auditorium
Play Dough (Edinburgh Fringe)
Ulimited Theatre's money games for kids are fun but lack bite
Bloody Trams (Edinburgh Fringe)
A verbatim examination of the botched Edinburgh tram network gets pulses racing
Title and Deed (Edinburgh Fringe)
Will Eno's monologue invokes the spirit of Samuel Beckett
Secret Theatre Show 6 (Edinburgh Fringe)
Mark Ravenhill's identity thriller is fragmented and frustrating
Forgotten Voices (Edinburgh Fringe)
This authoritative piece gives a dignified airing to the voices of the Great War
Bond! (Edinburgh Fringe)
Ian Fleming's famous creation gets a tame satirical treatment
Symphony (Edinburgh Fringe)
A trilogy of plays sees theatre and live gig combine with mixed results
Product (Edinburgh Fringe)
Mark Ravenhill's punchy Hollywood satire is revived starring Olivia Poulet
A Series of Increasingly Impossible Acts (Edinburgh Fringe)
An uplifting and off-beat hour of play from the ten-strong Secret Theatre company