Summerhall

Top 5 theatre openings: 5 - 11 September
The world premiere of a play based on a book by Ryszard Kapuściński and some Edinburgh Fringe successes all start this week
Edinburgh review: (I Could Go on Singing) Over the Rainbow (Summerhall)
Audience members are taken by the hand and sung the Judy Garland classic for an hour in this beautiful piece
Summerhall shows dominate initial Fringe First list
Three of the six shows awarded a Fringe First today were at Summerhall
Edinburgh review: Counting Sheep (Summerhall)
This great piece from Toronto-based, Ukraine-born Lemon Bucket Orkestra gets the audience right into the heart of a revolution
Edinburgh review: Jonny and the Baptists: Eat the Poor (Summerhall)
The raucous comedy-music double-act present a terrifying vision of the future where swans are in charge
Edinburgh review: Two Man Show (Summerhall)
RashDash's latest production looks to expose the problems of patriarchy, and explores the limitations of language
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: 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: Scorch (Summerhall)
A startling monologue about gender from Stacey Gregg at the Edinburgh Festival