Reviews

Edinburgh review: The Humours of Bandon (Dance Base)
Fishamble present Margaret McAuliffe's one-woman show about competitive Irish dancing
Edinburgh review: Jelly Beans (Pleasance Courtyard)
BU21 director Dan Pick takes his first full-length play to the Fringe
Review: The Majority (National Theatre)
Scottish theatremaker Rob Drummond's new show has the audience determine the play's events
Edinburgh review: No Show (Summerhall)
Ellie Dubois' circus show is a critique of the way circus frames female performers
Review: Just To Get Married (Finborough Theatre)
A rediscovered gem by writer Cicely Hamilton is an absolute pleasure to watch
Edinburgh review: Mark Thomas: A Show That Gambles on the Future (Summerhall)
The comic returns to his stand-up roots for this political predictions piece
Edinburgh review: The Shape of the Pain (Summerhall)
Rachel Bagshaw and Chris Thorpe explore one woman's unusual condition where pain is non-stop
Edinburgh review: Sugar Baby (Summerhall)
Dirty Protest stages a one-man show about a Cardiff drug dealer who gets mixed up with the local gangster
Edinburgh review: You, Me and Everything Else (Zoo)
Camisado Club's show looks at what scientists put on a phonograph record that they shot into space in 1974
Edinburgh review: Out of Love (Summerhall)
Elinor Cook's play on the Paines Plough Roundabout stage is a female friendship in all its messy glory