Traverse Theatre

Sarah Crompton: It wasn't a vintage Edinburgh, but I had plenty of highlights
Sarah Crompton chooses her highlights of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this year
Edinburgh review: Blow Off (Traverse Theatre)
This piece about a woman about to commit a suicide bombing leaves you 'wondering when we were going to get to the good part'
Edinburgh review: Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. (Traverse Theatre)
This revival of Alice Birch's provoking piece on language is a little too well behaved
Summerhall shows dominate initial Fringe First list
Three of the six shows awarded a Fringe First today were at Summerhall
90 seconds with: Mark Thomas
We chat to the activist and comedian about his latest show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival
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: Milk (Traverse Theatre)
This play from the Open Script Submission pile doesn't quite feel real enough
Al Smith: the recent political unrest has been great for my play
The playwright Al Smith on returning to the stage with two pieces and his Edinburgh fringe loves and hates
Edinburgh review: My Eyes Went Dark (Traverse Theatre)
A Russian architect loses his family in a plane crash in this two-hander at the Edinburgh Fringe
10 Edinburgh Fringe shows about the housing crisis
Housing is a hot topic at this year's festival